June is Pride Month and I wanted to put together a list of some of my favourite books with LGBTQ+ representation. And when I say favourite, I mean 5 of these books are in my top 10 favourite books of all time. Here are 10 books with amazing LGBTQ+ representation that need to be on your TBR now.
Someone asked me the other day for book recommendations that would ruin their week. So, I figured I’d come on here and share those recommendations with you as well. Here are 6 of my favourites. Bring tissues!
Here’s a list of some of the most anticipated reads for you this March to add to your ever growing TBR list!
I love Hallmark movies (they’re my guilty pleasures and I can’t get enough), so this year I decided to read some Christmas romances. I was hoping to find a feel good, probably cheesy, romance that gave me gooey sweet feelings. The Twelve Dates of Christmas just left me feeling, well, meh. Check out the full review here!
Who loves a romantic Christmas story so sweet it gives them cavities?? This girl does! In a Holidaze by Christina Lauren was one of the sweetest books I’ve read this year and put me right in the Christmas mood. Check out my full review!
For a book that is a spinoff of a spin off, Little Lies by H. Hunting hit it out of the park (or some appropriate hockey reference). Check out my full review!
this part year I decided to further my reading reach into contemporary romance. I am still learning to love the genre, but, in the meantime, I thought I’d share what I’ve read so far!
As I was writing my most recent book review, I got to thinking about tropes in romance novels. Whether it’s a contemporary, regency, or fantasy, there are common tropes that appear over and over again, which shape our tastes and preferences. Here is a list of romance tropes and book recommendations for each.
I’m not crying, it’s just allergies, I swear. The Two Lives of Lydia Bird by Josie Silver was an emotional roller coaster that I was not prepared for. Read my full book review for my thoughts!