Hello, fellow bookworms! Since the sun has been shining in good old England, I kept myself busy reading and writing on projects, so I’ve been neglecting you here for a little. I guess I also dreaded to do this wrap-up … Continue reading
Happy Sunday fellow bookworms! I am always so busy that it is not even useful to mention, but I had done a lot of reading as well, which is brilliant. I started and finished a lot of books and managed … Continue reading
Hello book nerds! I am going to combine a weekly update with a fun book tag from Victoria (<< check out her blog, it’s awesome!!). I missed posting last Sunday because adulting most of the time gets in the way of … Continue reading
Hello booknerds! Hope you good! I had an insane February month! I’ve been a bit AWOL as I have been very busy with personal matters, but now I have a lot more time, so good to be back. Although I … Continue reading
Happy Sunday my dears! I’ve been a little quiet these days as I was really busy and yesterday was my birthday so barely had time for Social Media. I’ve had a great time and I really enjoyed spending time with … Continue reading
I know it’s almost end of January, but your girl was super busy. I also knew I had a lot of books to talk about in this wrap-up so I kept on putting it off! December was a great reading month for me because I was off a lot and had more time to read.
I read a total of 14 books in December which is unheard of for me 😱😱😱. I read a mix of 1 star and 5 star rated books. I will talk about these books in the order in which I finished reading them:
1. A Christmas Homecoming (Bar V5 Dude Ranch #5) by Melissa McClone. Because I am a fan of reading romance, I picked this book on my kindle. I wanted something fluffy and easy to get me into some holiday mood and give some swoon. Wrong. This 2 star book has not met my expectations. The relationship between this billionaire who was Ellie’s brother’s best friend was so ridiculous and poorly managed I couldn’t even… I read a lot of romance books in my life since these are my secret pleasure, however this one hit sank pretty fast. There is no character development, the plot didn’t make sense and neah…
2. Realm of Mindweavers- Book One: Tales of Golmeira by Marianne Ratcliffe saved me from the pit of despair I was falling with previous book. I wrote a full review for this book here.
3. Twelve Days of Christmas by Debbie Macomber was a sweet enemies to lovers story. I really liked how it was written and the development on the characters in the story. I do not fare well with insta-love so I really appreciated that their romance took time to develop. It was one of my favourite strictly-romance books of 2017.
4. Murder on the Orient Express (Hercule Poirot #10) by Agatha Christie was a re-read for me. I read it when I was in highschool, about 10 years ago and I enjoyed it even more now. I really enjoyed the crisp writing and the matter of fact discussions, and the fact that we were trying to solve the story along with Poirot as he was sharing information with other characters.
This year has been really fun year and the beginning of my Bookstagram during mid-summer, so I got to find a lot of new books and want to read more. I found a lot of great books which I completely … Continue reading