Book Review | Kisses and Croissants Anne-Sophie Jouhanneau

Hey everyone! So, I am not officially out of my slump, but, I wasn't in a great headspace, so I ended up turning to my favourite pasttime- reading. Kisses and Croissants by Anne-Sophie Jouhanneau is a sweet, YA summery romance, and was a rather light read. I went to it , without knowing much about... Continue Reading →

Book Review | Sunkissed by Kasie West

This book reminded me why I love Kasie West so much. Hey everyone! It's been such a long time (probably a month) since I have posted a book review, because I was in a huuuuge slump. But then I read one of my favourite books- Fangirl, and then on 4th May, my very favourite author... Continue Reading →

Yes No Maybe So Book Review

*I know the post is too long, but please read it through- don't skim read it!* Hello everybody! It has been three weeks since I have written a book review and you might wonder why so? This is because I have been rereading books all the time since 27th December. I reread The Upside of... Continue Reading →

Throne of Glass Book Review

Hey Guys! Last night I finished reading Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas. And I am glad to announce that at least for the time-being I AM OUT OF MY READING SLUMP! YAY!! Also, I generally review a series together but I really could not wait to finish the entire series. So, I will... Continue Reading →

The Caraval Trilogy Book Review

Hey Guys! Over the past couple of weeks I read the Caraval trilogy. I had heard amazing things about the books and had great expectations from it. But it disappointed me 😦 . Blurb: Scarlett and her sister Donatella Dragna have never left there island Trisda, where they live with their evil, tormenting father. She... Continue Reading →

Confessions of a klutz: A romantic comedy

Confessions of a Klutz Hey guys! Over the weekend I read an excellent novel: Confessions of a klutz by Abigail Davies. And, for the first time, a novel classified as romantic comedy was more comic than romantic. All in all, Confessions of a klutz is an amusing, laugh-out-loud, short read. Blurb:Violet Scott has lost over... Continue Reading →

Windfall: A romance novel

Windfall Windfall is a romance novel written by Jennifer E. Smith. It is cute and adorable and kinda follows the trend of a standard romance novel, yet is different. Alice has been in love with Teddy for three years now. He is totally unaware about it and so is the rest of the world. As... Continue Reading →

Beach Read: A refreshing read

Beach Read Beach Read is a novel written by Emily Henry. I don't really wanna call it a romance novel because all along the way it didn't seem like one, but, I have to speak frankly, and hence, Beach Read is a romance novel. January Andrews is shattered. Completely. Her father is dead and it... Continue Reading →

The Boyfriend List: Angry review

The Boyfriend List Ugh! The Boyfriend List is a novel written by E. Lockhart. I am not really sure what genre it is but I think it was trying really hard to be a romance novel. It failed. Miserably. Ruby Oliver has been having panic attacks. Five of them. She has been seeing a therapist... Continue Reading →

The Upside of Unrequited

The Upside of Unrequited Whoa! I have never had so many mixed feelings for a book. Never. I read this book as it was recommended by quite some bloggers and thought of bumping it up my TBR list. The Upside of Unrequited is a romance novel written by Becky Albertalli. It is funny and can... Continue Reading →

Girl Online: Going Solo

Girl Online: Going Solo Finallyyyyyy!! I am done with the third book of this beautiful trilogy and I feel exhilarated. Girl Online: Going Solo is the third book of the series Girl Online written by Zoe Sugg. The entire series is severely underrated and I am severely unhappy about that. Penny has returned but with... Continue Reading →

Girl Online: On Tour

Girl Online: On Tour This is the second novel of the trilogy, Girl Online [written by Zoe Sugg]. I finished the first book yesterday and I managed to finish the second one today, despite having a lot on my plate today. I am glad to announce that this novel did not disappoint me at all... Continue Reading →

Girl Online

Girl Online Girl Online is a novel written by Zoe Sugg. It was a delightful, heartwarming, pleasing, soul-stirring and all other adjectives you can use for a good novel. I did come across this novel once while looking for a good novel on Amazon [yes, it is one of my favorite past times. Don't judge,... Continue Reading →

Tweet Cute

Tweet Cute is a novel written by Emma Lord. It is charming and delightful. It is rather unwonted and I found it different from the novels of the generic genre of romance. Pepper is a teenager who has spent the last four years trying to fit into her school in Manhattan and she has succeeded.... Continue Reading →

Isla and the Happily Ever After

Isla and the Happily Ever After Isla and the Happily Ever After is the striking conclusion to the novel trilogy of Anna and the French Kiss. Isla has been crushing on Josh since like, forever. She always thought that he was out of her league and one evening when she was under medically prescribed drugs,... Continue Reading →

The Upside of Falling

The Upside of Falling The Upside of Falling is a novel written by Alex Light. It is a romance novel. Becca Hart is a seventeen-year-old who does not really believe in love, especially when it comes to giving sacrifices for your love, considering the fact that the odds that one stays with his/her love forever... Continue Reading →

Geek Girl

Geek Girl Geek Girl is a six-book series written by Holly Smale. It is full of geekiness, friendship, comedy and also has a tad bit of romance. It rightly describes all nerds and geeks who find themselves out of place in the race called high school. Geek Girl is a novel about a girl named... Continue Reading →

Five Little Pigs

Five Little Pigs Five Little Pigs is a book written by the acclaimed author Agatha Christie. It is an unusual book as the renowned sleuth Hercule Poirot solves a case regarding a murder that took place sixteen years ago.  This meant that Poirot could only use what he calls his ‘little grey cells’. This time... Continue Reading →

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