By now you have probably heard of Bridgerton, the new series on Netflix that just can't stop growing in popularity! It may only have one season (and two more on the way), but let me tell you; it's one of my favorite shows! Did you know it was originally a book series? Every book follows a different Bridgerton sibling (and there's and abundance of them) and their own love story. If you've followed my blog for a while you know how much I love companion series'! Given, I've only read two, but I can't wait to read the rest! Since the series consists of companion novels, you can read them out of order. Sure, you might miss a few small details, but if there's a couple you don't like, you can easily skip their book. For example, I've read "The Duke and I" (the first book) and "An Offer From a Gentleman" (the third).  The first book, like season one of the show, follows Daphne Bridgerton and Simon Basset. Daphne is not just looking fo...
What the actual hell was this book? There's overprotective, and then there's overbearing. Tamlin was the latter. He was crazy and didn't let her do anything. It's crazy how he thinks he's doing the right thing when he so obviously is not. He locked her in her room knowing it would trigger her! It's unacceptable. I knew going into it, there would be a new love interest, and i'm not surprised it's Rhysand. In the first book, they had some sexual tension that I knew would be brought up. Rhysand is an amazing character. He sees her as an equal and makes sure she's treated as such. Unlike someone *cough cough*. I hate cliffhangers, which this book had. I already read part of the last book because I couldn't wait. It's a slow one, but I'll post that review shortly after this one. I give this book five stars. I love the romance with Rhysand way more than Tamlin. ...
I've heard so much about Sarah J. Mass (mostly her Throne of Glass series) and I thought it was about time to check out one of her books. One of my favorite booktubers, readwithcindy, despises this series. I, on the other hand, loved it! Well, the first book. This series follows a human girl, Feyre, who has to provide for her father and two younger sisters. On a hunting trip for food, she kills a wolf who happens to be from another world. When Tamlin shows up to drag her to his kingdom as punishment, she gets thrown into a dangerous game. If she loses, Tamlin and everyone else is doomed. Feyre's a strong female character who doesn't like being pushed around and I appreciated that. Even though she was thrown into a whole new world, she held her head high. Her sisters were seriously annoying and pissed me off, but they weren't in the book much, thank god. She and Tamlin have a great romance. The steamy scenes were great. The last third of the book was a little frustra...
Hey guys! I just wanted to update you all on my plan for this year. I know I haven't written a review in quite a while and I want to fix that. My reading goal for this year is 100...... Yeah, I know, It's a long shot, but I have to aim big! I know that it's a long shot to get through that many, but don't underestimate a reader . Of course I'm not going to write a review for every single book I read, but i'll do the one's that stand out. At the end of the year I'll give a list of all the books. At the moment (February 27th), I'm at 12 books. According to Goodreads, I'm two books behind schedule. Which means that your girl's got to go get started! ...