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Review: F*ck Love

Good morning!! I hope you’re all having a phenomenal week! ❤
Today I’m here with a review of a book that’s been siting on my Goodreads TBR for over five years, and I decided to finally read it on a whim. I’m so happy that I did, but I really ended up enjoying it! I didn’t go in the direction that I had been expecting, but I still liked it. 
Happy reading!! 


F*ck Love by Tarryn Fisher
Genre: New Adult – Contemporary, Romance
Pages: 266
Publication Date: January 2016
My Rating: 4 of 5 stars
Read June 2021

Goodreads Synopsis:
Helena Conway has fallen in love.
Unwillingly. Unwittingly.
But not unprovoked.
Kit Isley is everything she’s not—unstructured, untethered,
and not even a little bit careful.
It could all be so beautiful … if he wasn’t dating her best friend.
Helena must defy her heart, do the right thing, and think of others.
Until she doesn’t.


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Review: Everyone We’ve Been

Gooood morning! I hope you’re all having a fantastic week so far! ❤
Today I’m hre with a review of Everyone We’ve Been, a YA book that I recently picked up! I have never really seen anyone else talking about this book, but I enjoyed it!
Happy reading! 😉


Everyone We’ve Been by Sarah Everett
Genre: Young Adult – Romance, Dystopian
Pages: 400
Publication Date: October 2016
My Rating: 3 of 5 stars
Read June 2021

Goodreads Synopsis:
Addison Sullivan has been in an accident. In its aftermath, she has memory lapses and starts talking to a boy that no one else can see. It gets so bad that she’s worried she’s going crazy.
Addie takes drastic measures to fill in the blanks and visits a shadowy medical facility that promises to “help with your memory.” But at the clinic, Addie unwittingly discovers it is not her first visit. And when she presses, she finds out that she had certain memories erased. She had a boy erased.
But why? Who was that boy, and what happened that was too devastating to live with? And even if she gets the answers she’s looking for, will she ever be able to feel like a whole person again?


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Review: This is Not the Jess Show

Good morning! I hope you’re all staying safe and healthy! ❤
Today, I’m back with a review of what had been one of my most anticipated releases of 2021, and while the beginning of the book was promising, it ended up being a huge letdown.
Happy reading!


This is Not the Jess Show by Anna Carey
Genre: Young Adult – Dystopia, Thriller, Romance
Series: This Is Not the Jess Show #1
Pages: 304
Publication Date: February 2021
My Rating: 1.75 of 5 stars
Read June 2021

Goodreads Synopsis:
Black Mirror meets My So-Called Life in this fast-paced, timely YA thriller about separating fact from fiction–and how far we’ll go to create our own version of reality.
Like any other teenager, Jess Flynn is just trying to get through her junior year without drama … but drama seems to keep finding her. Between a new crush on her childhood best friend, overprotective parents cramping her social life, and her younger sister’s worsening health, the only constant is change–and her hometown of Swickley, which feels smaller by the day.
Swickley is getting weirder by the day, too. Half the population has been struck down by a mysterious flu. Conversations end awkwardly when Jess enters the room. And then one day, a tiny, sleek black device–with an apple logo on it–falls out of her best friend’s backpack and lands at Jess’s feet.


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Review: From Lukov With Love

Hello, hello, my lovely readers! I hope you’re all doing very well! ❤
This morning, I’m bringing you a review of a book that was supposed to be a wonderful enemies-to-lovers romance between two figure skating partners, but the story was not at all what I had in mind. I was beyond excited to pick up this book, as the synopsis reminded me very much of the show Spinning Out, but I was terribly disappointed by With Lukov With Love. I disliked the writing style, I was displeased by the romance, and the book dragged on at a painfully slow pace. 
Happy reading!


From Lukov with Love by Mariana Zapata
Genre: Adult – Contemporary, Romance, Sports
Pages: 493
Publication Date: February 2018
My Rating: 2 of 5 stars
Read June 2021

Goodreads Synopsis:
If someone were to ask Jasmine Santos to describe the last few years of her life with a single word, it would definitely be a four-letter one.
After seventeen years—and countless broken bones and broken promises—she knows her window to compete in figure skating is coming to a close.
But when the offer of a lifetime comes in from an arrogant idiot she’s spent the last decade dreaming about pushing in the way of a moving bus, Jasmine might have to reconsider everything.
Including Ivan Lukov.


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