Book Review: Marissa D’Angelo’s the Cursed Spirit

“You are Catori. And, of all people, you should know what that means. Spirit” — The Cursed Spirit by Marissa D’Angelo It all started with a reading slump. I was about three books behind on my Goodreads goal, and I was looking for something quick to read. So, I picked up Marissa D’Angelo’s The CursedContinue reading “Book Review: Marissa D’Angelo’s the Cursed Spirit”

Book Review: One Italian Summer by Rebecca Serle

Rebecca Serle has become a must-buy author every time that she releases a new book. I’ve read almost all of her books by now, and there has not been a book by her that I have not been obsessed with. So, when One Italian Summer was an option for my Book of the Month add-on,Continue reading “Book Review: One Italian Summer by Rebecca Serle”

Book Review: Instructions for Dancing by Nicola Yoon

I’ve read and loved everything that Nicola Yoon has written. So, I decided to finally pick up her latest novel, Instructions for Dancing. And, it did not disappoint. This novel tells the story of Evi, whose dealing with the heartbreak of her parent’s divorce. She gains the ability to see couples’ fate once they kiss.Continue reading “Book Review: Instructions for Dancing by Nicola Yoon”

Book Review: Always, In December by Emily Stone

Every year, Josie is a Scrooge during the Christmas season. However, there is one tradition that she keeps up every single year — writing a letter to her deceased parents who died tragically when she was a young girl. Fresh off of a breakup and facing job loss, she nearly crashes her bike into Max,Continue reading “Book Review: Always, In December by Emily Stone”

Book Review: The Holiday Swap by Maggie Knox

The Parent Trap with a hint of baking and a little romance on the side is the best way that I can summarize The Holiday Swap by Maggie Knox. The Holiday Swap is about twins Cass and Charlie. Cass runs her family’s bakery in their small town, while Charlie is the host of a bakingContinue reading “Book Review: The Holiday Swap by Maggie Knox”

Book Review: Nick and Noel’s Christmas Playlist by Codi Hall

Last week, I finished my first holiday read of the year — Nick and Noel’s Christmas Playlist by Codi Hall. The book is about childhood friends Nick Winters and Noel Carter. Their parents were best friends, and therefore, the two have become equally as close. Nick comes home after serving his country, and is backContinue reading “Book Review: Nick and Noel’s Christmas Playlist by Codi Hall”

Book of the Month YA: Permanent Record by Mary H.K. Choi

In addition to getting a Book of the Month subscription, I also get a YA Book of the Month. Now, this month, I had a hard time picking out which book to get. It was a cross between Frankly In Love by David Yoon and Permanent Record by Mary H.K. Choi. The reason why IContinue reading “Book of the Month YA: Permanent Record by Mary H.K. Choi”

Why Everyone Should Read Rachel Hollis’ Two Self Help Books

Last November, I purchased the book Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis. It was Black Friday, and Amazon had a ton of ebooks — many of them bestsellers — marked down to only a few dollars. So, I purchased the book. However, after I purchased my Nook e-readers, it sat in my Amazon libraryContinue reading “Why Everyone Should Read Rachel Hollis’ Two Self Help Books”

Book of the Month: Things You Save In A Fire

So, I am a little behind on my Book of the Month reviews, but I decided to dive in with July’s pick, Things You Save in a Fire by Katherine Carter. Before I begin to review the novel, I will first start off by saying that I had a hard time choosing this month’s book.Continue reading “Book of the Month: Things You Save In A Fire”

Book Review: The Rest Of the Story by Sarah Dessen

Sarah Dessen is pretty much the queen of Young Adult Literature. I have been reading her novels for well over a decade, when I first picked up Just Listen. Over the last ten years, I’ve read pretty much every one of her novels, and even had an opportunity to meet her when she came toContinue reading “Book Review: The Rest Of the Story by Sarah Dessen”