Hey y’all! This review has been in my drafts for the longest because I totally forgot I hadn’t posted it yet. I’ve been thirsting after Zaf since I read it and I really can’t wait for Eve Brown’s story.
Talia Hibbert returns with another charming romantic comedy about a young woman who agrees to fake date her friend after a video of him “rescuing” her from their office building goes viral…
Hey y’all! It feels like I’ve been reading this one forever, because I have. It’s one of those books you really have to take your time with (or else you won’t be able to read through the tears) but I was determined to finish it yesterday, and so that’s what I did. Now, let’s get into it.
Hey y’all! These graphic novels have been giving me a much needed break from the real world. I read an eARC of Smoove City through Netgalley. All opinions are my own.
Hey y’all! Back at it again with another book review. On a Monday though? Yup, Student Ambassador: The Missing Dragon comes out tomorrow!
When it comes to Netgalley, I tend to request children’s books and graphic novels because those are easier for me to read as eBooks. I have a major soft spot for those books because they’re the kind that will make reading fun for a whole new generation. This one wasn’t just any request though. This was a wish, and if you know Netgalley, you know wishes are rarely granted.
Hey y’all! Time for another review. Look at me, actually reading books and whatnot. It must be something in the water.
I’m pretty sure this is the first book I’ve read by an Indian author. I remember when it first came out, I was going through a whole “I don’t like romances at all” phase so it just didn’t catch my eye back then. Now with my newfound need for ALL of the romances and the Indian Readathon going on, it was just the perfect time to finally pick up When Dimple Met Rishi.