Tips for Rating Books

Sometimes, when you finish a book you immediately know where it lands on your rating scale. Sometimes, you have no clue, or maybe you are struggling to figure out where you feel it fits best. Something important to remember about ratings and reviews is that they are totally dependent on the reader. All readers and… Continue reading Tips for Rating Books

Book Reviews

Shrines of Gaiety: Review

Shines of Gaiety By Kate Atkinson Historical Fiction 391 pages Published September 27, 2022 by Doubleday Canada ⭐⭐⭐⭐ In 1926, while still recovering from the Great War, the London nightlife was thriving. In the clubs of SoHo, you’ll find everyone from dignitaries to gangsters spending their evenings together and young girls selling them dances. The… Continue reading Shrines of Gaiety: Review

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Unfortunate Stars: Audiobook Review

Unfortunate Stars: A Wartime Confession Audiobook By Susan Lanigan Narrated by Greg Patmore Historical Fiction, Gay Romance 1 hour 16 minutes Published February 14, 2022 by Idée Fixe Press ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Czechoslovakia, 1938 – Friedrich Pflommer, a married man with two children, has fallen hopelessly in love with the most unsuitable person possible – the young,… Continue reading Unfortunate Stars: Audiobook Review

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Starry-Eyed Love: Book & Audiobook Review

Starry-Eyed Love (Spark House #2) by Helena Hunting Audiobook narrated by Stella Bloom & Jason Clarke Contemporary Romance Published May 10, 2022 by St. Martin's Griffin & Macmillan Audio ⭐⭐⭐⭐ London and Jackson's story is a sweet and hot one. They originally met at a bar just after London and her boyfriend broke up. Jackson… Continue reading Starry-Eyed Love: Book & Audiobook Review


The Rosie Project: Review

The Rosie Project (Don Tillman #1) By Graeme Simsion Romance 324 pages Published January 30, 2013 by HarperCollins Publishers LTD ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Don Tillman is a genetics professor with suspected Asperger’s seen by everyone but himself. He struggles in most social situations, has a limited number of friends and bad a very set way of doing… Continue reading The Rosie Project: Review

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The Kiss Quotient: Review

The Kiss Quotient (The Kiss Quotient #1) By Helen Hoang Contemporary Romance 323 pages Published June 5, 2018 by Berkley ⭐⭐⭐⭐½ Stella Lane is a 30 year old econometrician who has Asperger’s. Her mom is pushing her to find a partner and have babies, however, Stella can’t even stand to French kiss. So how is… Continue reading The Kiss Quotient: Review

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The Hookup Plan: Review

The Hookup Plan (The Boyfriend Project #3)by Farrah RochonFiction, Romance368 pagesPublished date is August 2, 2022 by Forever Publishing Farrah Rochon's take on the enemies to lovers trope, as well as friends, or enemies, with benefits, was great. London Kelley is a strong, independent woman who is thriving in her career as a pediatric surgeon. At… Continue reading The Hookup Plan: Review

Book Reviews

Booked on a Feeling: Review

Booked on a Feeling (A Sweet Mess #3) by Jayci Lee Contemporary romance, Fiction Pages 320 Publish date July 26, 2022 by St. Martin's Press ARC provided by NetGalley and St. Martin's Press for an honest review. ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Overachieving Lizzy thinks she has her whole life planned out. That all goes out the window when… Continue reading Booked on a Feeling: Review

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The Maid: Review

The Maid By Nita Prose Fiction, Cozy Mystery 320 pages Published January 4, 2022 by Random House Publishing Group ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Molly Gray is a maid at a prestigious hotel, following the same career path as her Gran who was also a maid for a rich family. Molly often misreads social interactions and lacks some social… Continue reading The Maid: Review

Book Reviews

The STEMinist Novellas: Review

This review is of a novellas series written by Author Ali Hazelwood. The series includes three novellas about women in STEM. The STEMinists Novellas By Ali Hazelwood Romance 133 pages, 127 pages, 139 pages Audiobooks published February 8, March 8 & April 5, 2022 and eBooks published May 3, June 7 & July 5, 2022… Continue reading The STEMinist Novellas: Review