P.S. I Like You

What I Expected [Prior to the Summary Read] Tons of fluffy goodness Romance all over the place A slightly predictable outcome What I Got Almost the right amount of fluffiness Just the right amount of romance An amazingly cool as hell leading lady Too much family time A slightly predictable outcome What I Thought Etchings […]

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Throne of Glass

So, I’m a total pantser when it comes to reading books, meaning I RARELY read full synopses or even skim them prior to choosing a book, as I discussed in my post, Synopsis Free.  So, since I’ve encountered some questions regarding why I don’t read summaries and how in the world I’m able to pick […]

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Rebecca

It’s no wonder Alfred Hitchcock adapted Rebecca for the silver screen. Daphne du Maurier’s Gothic tale of horror follows the tumultuous relationship between Maxim de Winter and his second, much younger, wife, whom he meets while virtually escaping the memories he has of his home in England, Manderley. Maxim quickly marries his young bride and […]

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Ensnared

A retelling of Beauty and the Beast, the story arc is predictable, meaning girl falls in love with Beast and vice versa, Rita Stradling’s Ensnared kept me guessing nevertheless.

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The Fill-In Boyfriend

I am totally not a girl who runs to see romantic comedies – I avoid them at all costs – let alone someone who reads romance-based novels. I felt as though I was being haunted by Kasie West and her books. Seemingly everywhere I looked in the bookish blogging world were rave reviews of West’s […]

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