I swear I have all this words to type while I was in the shower this morning and now they seem to have gone down the drain. I should consider getting a waterproof case for my laptop, or for my ipad at least, so I could write down all the ideas I have while in the bathroom. Anyway, it has been months since I’ve last
The Player and the Pixie was unique in a way that if books could be described with color, one color wouldn’t be enough, because it’s a rainbow. It might sound cheesy but this is what I felt while reading this. Every part/chapter was special, and it wasn’t like other books wherein you tend to scan some parts because they felt draggy or unnecessary to the story.
Unrequited or unconfessed first loves isn’t new when it comes to drama plots. It would be an understatement to say I like them especially if the main couple looks cute as hell and has unexpected chemistry, and extra sweet supporting couples. In short, I love them, my knees go weak for them, and I get addicted to them. One More Happy Ending’s story isn’t new
Goodreads When I decided to read this for Valentine’s day of 2016 I was torn thinking whether it would be a good or a bad idea. I even asked that question on Twitter so I can better prepare myself for what I had decided to read for that special day of love. Some wished me luck and told me to enjoy, but a lot were
Happily Ever Ninja by Penny Reid Knitting in the City #5 Adult, Contemporary, Humor, Romance Book was sent for review. Goodreads|Amazon|iTunes Synopsis: There are three things you need to know about Fiona Archer… I would tell you what they are, but then I’d have to kill you. But I can tell you that Fiona’s husband—the always irrepressible and often cantankerous Greg Archer—is desperately in