What I Read: July 2019

Yaay we have made it! It’s 30th of July which means it’s time for monthly highlights and I’m so excited. It has been quite rough for me and I was in a reading slump twice this month – which is really bad and I hate when it happens. I have read five books and mostContinue reading “What I Read: July 2019”

Summer Recommendations

Our July is slowly ending which means that the first half of this summer is already behind us. And to be honest, I don’t know how to feel about it. I really like summer and sometimes I don’t want it to end, but I’m also in love with autumn and everything that comes with it.Continue reading “Summer Recommendations”

Book Review: Love and Hate by Lara Wilde

Sometimes love turns into hate and hate can sometimes turn into love. Love and Hate, Lara Wilde ✦ ABOUT LARA WILDE ✦ Lara Wilde is a young lawyer, surfer and most of all she is a Romance author with a great passion for true love stories and feelings inherent to the human nature. Lara grewContinue reading “Book Review: Love and Hate by Lara Wilde”

THE FIFTY BOOKISH QUESTIONS TAG

This is my first book tag on my blog, but I did some of them on my Instagram page, so feel free to check it out. I found this on Adventures of a Bookish Girl and I want to thank her. Also, if you want to do this tag yourself, consider yourself tagged by me.Continue reading “THE FIFTY BOOKISH QUESTIONS TAG”

Book Review: The Burden of Trust by Tabitha Young

Sometimes, the heart exacts more than we want to pay Te Burden of Trust, Tabitha Young ✦ SYNOPSIS ✦   Faced with a decision that would change her life forever, Katerine ‘Kate’ Woods took the route that seemed best with the circumstances. Only time would tell whether or not she had made the right choice. HerContinue reading “Book Review: The Burden of Trust by Tabitha Young”

How to deal with Book Hangovers

I do not get book hangovers.– said no book lover ever Do you know that feeling when you finish a brilliant book, and you just can’t move on to read something new? Well, congratulations – you are one of us! You experienced a book hangover. This kind of hangover is very common among bookish community,Continue reading “How to deal with Book Hangovers”

Book review: I Heart Hawaii by Lindsey Kelk

‘I am a woman who has it all,’ I said quietly, staring at my own face reflected back in the screen of my iPhone. ‘I am a woman who owns her power.’ The version of me looking back rolled her eyes but I went on regardless. ‘I am strong, vital and beautiful.’ And tired, emotionalContinue reading “Book review: I Heart Hawaii by Lindsey Kelk”

Book Review: Dark Soul Experiments by Bre Hall

What if you could relive a past life by touching a piece of it? ✦ SYNOPSIS ✦ Ren Morris is a snarky, sixteen-year-old girl living in the middle of nowhere. When she meets cute and mysterious Peter in the local antique shop one day, he buys her the most unique charm bracelet she’s ever seen.Continue reading “Book Review: Dark Soul Experiments by Bre Hall”

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