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Party Of Two By Jasmine Guillory: Book Review

Party Of Two By Jasmine Guillory talks of politics, race, relationships and lots of cake. I really enjoyed this book and I definitely prefer it to Jasmine Guillory’s book, The Wedding Party (read my review here). I’d like to thank Netgalley for providing me with an e-arc of this book, all opinions and thoughts are honest and not biased! Introduction To Party Of Two Olivia … Continue reading Party Of Two By Jasmine Guillory: Book Review

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The Wedding Party By Jasmine Guillory: Book Review

The Wedding Party is a romance/chick lit book! It focuses on the trope enemies to lovers, whilst also discussing other matters such as friendships, relationships and finding yourself. Introduction To The Wedding Party Maddie and Theo are best friends with Alexa. Although that doesn’t mean the two of them are the best of friends too. But it’s clear they’re attracted to each other and with … Continue reading The Wedding Party By Jasmine Guillory: Book Review

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More Than Just A Pretty Face By Syed M. Masood: Book Review

More Than Just A Pretty Face by Syed M. Masood is a YA contemporary romance about family expectations and falling in love. I’d like to thank NetGalley and Hodder Books for providing me this E-arc for an honest review. Introduction To More Than Just A Pretty Face Readers are introduced to Danyal Jilani, an aspiring chef. Unfortunately, his father doesn’t approve. Along with that, his … Continue reading More Than Just A Pretty Face By Syed M. Masood: Book Review

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Love From A To Z By S.K. Ali: Book Review

Love From A To Z is a thought provoking YA romance/ contemporary following the journey of Zayneb and Adam and how they deal with Islamophobia and the troubles life throws at them. An educating read for those who don’t know much about the Islamic faith and the struggles Muslims go through on a daily basis. A relatable read for Muslims who deal with hate for … Continue reading Love From A To Z By S.K. Ali: Book Review

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The Flatshare By Beth O’ Leary: Book Review

The Flatshare is a Rom-com including friends to lovers, so count me in! It is an original, funny and a heartwarming read I never knew I needed. After asking you over on my bookstagram, what your favourite tropes are, this book popped up a lot for friends to lovers! So I decided to give it a read, after all I am on a romance binge! … Continue reading The Flatshare By Beth O’ Leary: Book Review

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The Kiss Quotient By Helen Hoang: Book Review

The Kiss Quotient interested me from the moment I knew about it. Gender swapped roles, diverse representation with an Autistic female lead and a Vietnamese male lead. It also seemed to include a few favourite tropes of mine too! If you’re a fan of enemies to lovers, my review of The Hating Game might convince you to add it to your to be read list. … Continue reading The Kiss Quotient By Helen Hoang: Book Review

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The Hating Game Book Review

The Hating Game sounded right up my alley and it is the perfect lighthearted read. I love the enemies to lovers trope and with humor added in too, check me in! I’m not usually a romance or contemporary reader, but recently I’ve gotten into a binge of them. Maybe the Valentine’s Day feels are really rubbing off on me. It all started off with Crazy … Continue reading The Hating Game Book Review

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Crazy Rich Asians By Kevin Kwan: Book Review

I was intrigued by Crazy Rich Asians, partly because I had seen the movie, but partly because of the general plot. It seemed like a lighthearted, fluffy romance type of book. Whilst that is kind of true, the gossip and drama I was met with was a sort of intensity I did not see coming. Introduction To Crazy Rich Asians Rachel Chu and Nicholas Young … Continue reading Crazy Rich Asians By Kevin Kwan: Book Review