2020 was a dumpster fire, but I read some good books while in lockdown and putting into action my natural introvert tendencies. xo
Oh my love and adoration for this beautifully f*cked up age-gap, professor/student, forbidden love, beauty of a novel. Plus! LOOK AT THE COVER! Just look how freaking beautiful it is, plus it works perfectly for the story.
She lives on my bookshelf, had to have this epic romantic story on my shelf forever.
I downloaded Just Drop Out on a whim and within pages of beginning I was so utterly completely hooked. I consumed this series as quickly as I could read and then couldn’t stop talking about it. The writing, premise, characters = compulsive readability.
The slow burn RH and Lips, our MC, along with her bestie are just so freaking perfect. Perfect. Perfect.
I honestly didn’t think I’d be into Devil’s Day Party and avoided it for a bit, which was completely stupid on my part. Once I read chapter one, I was hardcore hooked. Bully boys and a girl trapped living in the same day over and over again. It’s in my top 5 favorites from Stunich and the ending was pure perfection. Seriously.
Seven Sins of Snow is a bloody vampiric Snow White Reverse Harem retelling with serious dark bite. Heed the triggers, it doesn’t shy from playing in the dark, viciously.
I loved it. If you loved fairytales as a child and now find yourself loving them as an adult but with some added spice, I think you’ll love this one too.
I understand that Den of Vipers wasn’t for everyone, I kinda loved it though, sorry, not sorry.
A bit depraved, darkly sexual, wonderfully fucked up. . .not for everyone. Reverse harem with a heroine that takes everything these guys dish out and asks for more. I genuinely loved it, it’s on my shelf. Plus, it’s super long and that cover makes me uber happy.
Harrow Faire, the mysterious Circus that steals the memories of the patrons to stay alive. I’m only two books into this completed series and have really enjoyed Kathryn Ann Kingsley’s storytelling.
Different, unique and oh, so much fun, with dashes of sexy romance. Love it. Plus the covers are so creative and perfectly match the vibe of the story within.
I know that not everyone loves Sarah J Maas, I really do though. And I freaking loved House of Earth and Blood. The beginning is a bit slow, which is to be expected from the first novel in a new fantasy series. But the second half and ending of this book is non-stop crazy awesomeness.
I cried a lot and yet in the end I was left hopeful. If you’ve loved her other novels, you’ll love this one too. The world building fantasy elements, the relationships are spectacular and I just, I love it. Can’t wait for the next book.