Genre: Contemporary

The First Third by Will Kostakis Review: Funny, poignant, touching story about family

The First Third by Will Kostakis Review: Funny, poignant, touching story about family

To Billy’s grandmother, family is everything. This is the lesson that she passes down to her grandson Billy, through the form of a bucket list that she asks him to complete to glue his family together. As his yiayia explains the circle of life, The First Third is where you get embarrassed by your family, […]

August 21, 2013 | 10 Comments
Author Interview & Review: Loving Your Lies by Piper Shelly

Author Interview & Review: Loving Your Lies by Piper Shelly

My review: Searing, sexy and snarky When I picked up Loving Your Lies, I thought it was purely a New Adult contemporary but as I read through the depths of its pages, I realised there was a slight paranormal twist to it. It’s all balanced in a ‘believable’ way, even though the mystery behind Julian […]

Hopeless by Colleen Hoover Review: Well that escalated quickly

Hopeless by Colleen Hoover Review: Well that escalated quickly

I’m sold. I haven’t ventured yet into the New Adult genre but it’s one I’ve been meaning to try out, especially due to it’s recent popularity. Featuring more serious issues and romances that young adult novels rarely venture, it’s an interesting change. Hopeless is an endearing, shocking, and strangely heart-warming novel. It slowly envelops us […]

July 13, 2013 | 6 Comments