I didn't read all of Don't Date Rosa Santos. But it's not what you think. The first page of each chapter was missing in my eARC, and this ended up meaning I missed out on reading like, 25 pages of the book. Oops. I didn't think it would have affected my reading so much, but … Continue reading Don’t Date Rosa Santos by Nina Moreno: A Fresh and Fun Romantic Comedy–Set in South Florida!
AHHHH?! I know I don’t talk a lot about genres other than YA on my blog, but I’m really really excited to hype up two (non-YA) romance novels that I adored! I’m sure you’ve heard a decent amount about The Bride Test by Helen Hoang and Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston, but … Continue reading Double Romance Review: The Bride Test + Red, White & Royal Blue
I’ve been so so excited about this book all year and I’m so thankful I had a chance to devour it! I feel like I need a word cloud to describe this book so I ACTUALLY MADE ONE. These are some of the adjectives that sum up how I feel about this book, but if … Continue reading Hot Dog Girl by Jennifer Dugan: An Awkwardly Sweet Queer RomCom
5 stars Babe Vogel loves the town of Oar’s Rest—she’s grown up here all her life with her best friends Penny and Chad, loves her job at the café The Busy Bean, and can’t imagine anywhere she’d rather be. But in the summer after graduation, everything is changing. Not only have Penny and Chad broken … Continue reading Small Town Hearts by Lillie Vale: A Sweet Summer Romance feat. So. Many. Baked Goods
Yes, that was 100% a bisexual & NSYNC pun don't stab me. After some people said some things, I thought it'd be a good idea to write a post of some of my favorite (and some of my anticipated) books with bi main characters! From fantasy to contemporary, you won't be disappointed by these amazing … Continue reading Say “Bye Bye Bye” to Biphobia with These Awesome Book Recs! 🏳️🌈💗💜💙
I am a huge sucker for romantic comedies. In YA, I don't really like seeing full blown romances because nearly every time, they're not convincing to me. I don't know any teenagers that I immediately think "That's the couple that's truly in love. I bet they'll be married for 84 years." Sorry, but no. Which … Continue reading 13 Diverse Romcom Contemporaries That Will Make You Aww
5 stars This book is so good it's making me feel like I want to lower my rating for We Are the Ants. Because if you liked We Are the Ants, The Apocalypse of Elena Mendoza will 100% win you over. It revolves around sixteen-year-old Elena Mendoza who is the product of a virgin birth (parthenogenesis) and finds … Continue reading DRC: The Apocalypse of Elena Mendoza by Shaun David Hutchinson
5 stars Adam Silvera's They Both Die at the End is a stunning and poignant novel that reflects upon death and what it means to really live. It revolves around to boys, Mateo and Rufus, who both receive a call from Death-Cast, a company who calls you on your death day to notify you that … Continue reading DRC: They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera