WIR in April 2022

WIR in April 2022

The Dream Daughter by Diane Chamberlaine: Carly is pregnant and recently lost her husband Joe to the Vietnam war. She recently found out her unborn daughter has a heart defect and she will definitely not survive after her birth. It’s the 70’s and the...
Archive: June 2020 – September 2020

Archive: June 2020 – September 2020

JUNE 2020 All Adults Here by Emma Straub: I loved this book so much more than I expected to. It’s a family drama and I realized that’s a topic I’m really into. Astrid lives in small town with most of her kids, when she witnesses a terrible accident of one of her...
Archive: January 2020 – May 2020

Archive: January 2020 – May 2020

Before I Met You by Lisa Jewell: Betty’s grandmother Arlette passed away and at 22 she’s finally free to branch out and start a new life in London. In her will Arlette left a large sum of money to someone no one has ever heard of. Betty jumps on the occasion to move...
Archive: Best Books of 2019

Archive: Best Books of 2019

Favorite Fiction of 2019 Now I read a lot of great books this year, but these are the top ones, I still remember the story vividly just by looking at the cover. They are true page turners and will keep you engaged from beginning to end. Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely...
Archive: July 2019 – December 2019

Archive: July 2019 – December 2019

JULY 2019 After I Do by Taylor Jenkins Reid: Lauren and Ryan meet in college and are inseparable since. Ryan turns 30 and they can hardly stand each other. So they decide to take a year break with zero contact from their marriage. This book is not as scandalous as the...
Archive: January 2019 – June 2019

Archive: January 2019 – June 2019

Intercepted by Alexa Martin: So you know how I always complain that heroines in most books are always naturally skinny, well it was refreshing to read about a girl that was not a size 0 or 2. Now this book was such a fun read, I could not put it down. Marlee is the...
Archive: September 2019 – November 2019

Archive: September 2019 – November 2019

September 2019 The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang: I picked up this book solely because I knew the heroine was autistic. I am loving that they are more authors writing about heroines that are different, it was so refreshing reading from an autistic person point of view....
Archive: May 2018 – August 2018

Archive: May 2018 – August 2018

You guys are in for a treat, specially if you are new to this blog. This month I will be republishing my Book Review posts from 2018 to 2020. I will combine the posts to 4-6 months to avoid cluttering your feed. I’m excited to have my reading backlog in one...
Shopbop Sale Favorites

Shopbop Sale Favorites

Some of my favorites from the Shopbop sale, mostly sharing things I already have and highly recommend. I didn’t go crazy but did get these super cute platform sandals that I’m hoping fits well. Get up to 25% off with code STYLE. Also did a round up of my...
WIR in March 2022

WIR in March 2022

A Flicker in the Dark: When Chloe was twelve years old, teen girls in her neighborhood started disappearing. Her Dad ended up being the serial killer behind these awful murders. Now years later, she’s a psychologist and young girls start disappearing again and...