‘He’s arrogant, domineering, and… To. Die. For.’
Author: Jennifer L. Armentrout
Genre: Fantasy, Romance, New Adult, Paranormal, Urban Fantasy, Adult
Hey there, dearies! 👽
Another week, another book. Nah, I don’t go by those kinds of rules. Here we are with Obsession, don’t let the title fool you or discourage you from reading this awesome one.
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It didn’t go quite as I expected.
Author: Alison Weir
Genre: Historial Fiction, Tudor Period, Adult, Romance (so-so)
3 ⭐+ 1
Happy Weekend, dearies!
I hope I will make this clear and not ramble on too much. My feelings about Anne Boleyn: A King’s Obsession are mixed, and I mean that for real. I had the highest of hopes for this book, and it did not turn out as I expected it to be.
Let’s begin. 📜
Spoilers ahead if you don’t know the story behind Anne Boleyn or The Tudor Family.
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“Complicated, shmomplicated,” she said, waving her hand. ”If you love her, you make it work.”
Author: Fiona Cole
Genre: Adult fiction. Romance. New Adult.
Where to start? I suppose from how I got here? Oh well, I first read the description for the sixth book in the series, Teacher, and was intrigued as hell, then I saw it was a whole series, and of course, I couldn’t read the last one first, so it began my journey.
The Voyeur Series has 6 books and a short story that you can read for free here.
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If you read the Duke and I then you should probably/would probably read these romance books.
I know, it has been some time since I published a new one, and this one not even a review? The horror!
I have been working in my mundane job, and my reading has been the lowest in months. I am supposed to be reading The Brightest Night (which I have loved so far) but I stopped before half of it was over because I want a clearer mind to pay attention to it, so you might say that I am in a reading slump. Nothing to do with my last read, I love the Origin and Lux world.
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The Duke and I, the book that made it impossible for me to read anything else for a month and the one who I could have finished in two days.
Author: Julia Quinn
Bridgertons Series Book 1
Genre: Romance, Historical Romance, Regency, Adult (sort of)
Guess what? This rarely happens to me, but it took me over a month to read The Duke and I, shocking! I know. 📖😵
And I finish half the book and a night and a morning, with some hours of sleep in between and also like an hour of work thrown in there. I mean, it’s outrageous to believe that for the whole of February, I didn’t feel the need to pick up the book, and when I did, I often put it down after a few pages because I would drift very often and not know what I was reading, the words would not compute.
I’m sorry for this author, JQ, but maybe it’s something in her narrative, and I’m sorry for all the fans out there, but it’s the truth. Alright, alright. I will begin to talk a bit more about the plot and story and will also compare it with the Netflix show, I watched it before reading this. So… possible spoilers ahead.👀
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I finished these three in a few days because they’re quite the quick read, oh yes, I just jumped in this time, don’t worry there are no spoilers on this. Anyway, A Lion’s Pride the Series by Eve Langlais are a fun read like most of Eve’s books, I have read tons by her, even though I don’t have the reviews here on the blog, they get me out of book-slumps, book-hangovers, and the sort, they made me get going and jump into other series.
Genre: Fantasy, Paranormal, Romance
Hello, dearies! How is December going? Mine is a bit cold and expecting it to be colder as the 24th approaches.
This one will be short as the previous, sorry if I have been a little absent from social media and given quick reviews but work has been full-time, and sleep not so constant, yet, here we are again with another set of books.
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The great thing about Shana Abe’s books, is that in the end, you end up liking them, in some way or another.
Author: Shana Abe
Genres: Historical, Romance, European Literature, Fiction, Adult
The great thing about Shana Abe’s books, is that in the end, you end up liking them, in some way or another. Of course, nothing compares to The Drakon Series, which I still believe to be greatest ones I’ve read by her, next to The Sweetest Dark books, but A Rose in Winter had me from ugh to ooh to aww to wow, I did not give it 5 stars because there was not that total awesome and abandonment into it that had drawn me to other books, but I enjoyed it enough, and if you brave it out through the middle of it, then you’re good at the end, it was a nice ending and there a plot twist here and there that I didn’t expect.
Oh, the main character’s name is Damon, so, of course, I had to go on reading until I knew how it all ended.
This one is quite short since I just thought to share with you guys this rather quick read I had, I mean according to my ebook reader, it took me about 9 hours to finish the book, and that divided in several days, which mean I could have finished the book in a day if I had had the time to do as much.That’s it for now. I hope you found a new book to read. You can read the description here.
Alternative names: The World’s Greatest First Love: The Case of Ritsu Onodera (世界一初恋 〜小野寺律の場合〜, Sekai-Ichi Hatsukoi: Onodera Ritsu no Baai)
Author: Shungiku Nakamura
Official site: Sekai-ichi Hatsukoi
If you are here, I am going to assume that you know about Sekaiichi and Junjou Romantica because I know that not everyone watches these animes or reads the Manga. Today is about the Manga and a little bit about the Anime, a bit of a comparison might be seen farther ahead.
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Alright, so this one is going to be quick and painless… I hope.
This is not a review.
Continue reading “The Mister: Preview”
Author: Diana Gabaldon
Where to start? I like them enough, but I had already watched the first 2 seasons of the show, and I must say they are pretty similar to the books, I could easily picture Sam Heugham and Caitriona Balfe while reading, although Jamie is much taller in the books.
Brianna and Roger on the other hand, are nothing like in the books, sorry for the actor and actress who portray them, but they did not work for me, at the moment.
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