Redefining Realness by Janet Mock is the last book on my Feminist Lit February TBR, and it was such a perfect book to end on. This might be the best book I picked up for the readathon. Continue reading
So I’m departing a little bit from my Feminist Lit February TBR with the task of reading a feminist freebie. I was originally planning to read Beloved by Toni Morrison, but I just couldn’t get into it. It was a difficult narrative style to keep up with and I didn’t like the story, so I decided to stop forcing it. Ironically enough, I replaced it with An American Marriage by Tayari Jones, which I also didn’t particularly enjoy, but more on that below. Continue reading
So this was kind of an impromptu decision, but I’m going to write reviews for all five of the books I picked for my Feminist Lit February TBR. I’ve been wanting to write more reviews but never seem to actually do it, and there’s something about writing this batch of reviews that has me really excited. Continue reading
I have another super exciting review to share with you today! Wrong to Need You by Alisha Rai was on my list of most anticipated books this fall, so I’m beyond excited that I got a chance to read it early and share my thoughts with you.
The publisher provided me with an advanced digital copy of Wrong to Need You via Edelweiss in exchange for a review.
Wrong to Need You is the sequel to last summer’s hit, Hate to Want You. Jackson Kane fled his hometown a decade ago after being wrongly accused of a crime he didn’t commit. Now he’s back, and he’s still in love with Sadia Ahmed—the widow of Jackson’s brother who is struggling to stay afloat and take care of her young son after her husband’s untimely death. Continue reading
I’m so excited to review A Hope Divided by Alyssa Cole with you! It’s one of my most anticipated books coming out this fall, and I read it in less than a day after getting my hands on it.
The publisher provided me with an advanced digital copy of A Hope Divided via NetGalley in exchange for a review.
A Hope Divided is the sequel to An Extraordinary Union, which I think might be one of my favorite romance novels I read this year. It follows the story of Ewan and Marlie, who meet when Marlie administers aid to Union soldiers imprisoned in a Confederate POW camp. But when Ewan escapes from the prison and finds himself at risk of being caught by the Home Guard, he is forced to hide away in Marlie’s laboratory where she makes tisanes and poultices to help heal people. Continue reading