Genre: Diversity

BLOG TOUR: Scars Like Wings

BLOG TOUR: Scars Like Wings

I’ve had a difficult time finding contemporary novels that I’ve loved this year, and Scars Like Wings has definitely been one of the best. Which makes me even more delighted to be part of the blog tour. Check out the blog tour schedule here. There will also be a giveaway for one copy of Scars Like Wings […]

October 10, 2019 | 3 Comments
By Jenna
Posted in Books
The Red Scrolls of Magic Review: A Fun Time for Malec Fans

The Red Scrolls of Magic Review: A Fun Time for Malec Fans

The Red Scrolls of Magic is the first book in a Shadowhunters spin-off trilogy featuring Magnus Bane and Alec Lightwood. It takes place after the first three books of The Mortal Instruments and before City of Fallen Angels. However, I think the book can definitely be read without having read TMI or any of the other Shadowhunter books – though you […]

July 23, 2019 | 4 Comments
By Jenna
Posted in 4 stars, Books, Reviews
Ayesha At Last Review: AT LAST, the P+P Retelling I’ve Been Waiting For!

Ayesha At Last Review: AT LAST, the P+P Retelling I’ve Been Waiting For!

Pride & Prejudice + Muslim Remix = Perfect Romcom! Ayesha at Last was sweet, heartfelt, uplifting, and just perfect. I love the nods to Pride & Prejudice, while staying true to the character’s Muslim heritage. The family interactions were so touching and beautiful, and the slow-burn romance was absolutely adorkable. All in all, this book […]

July 16, 2019 | 2 Comments
By Aila J.
Posted in 4 stars, Books, Reviews
Gumiho: Wicked Fox by Kat Cho Review: Tantalizing, Thrilling Tale of a Modern Day Gumiho

Gumiho: Wicked Fox by Kat Cho Review: Tantalizing, Thrilling Tale of a Modern Day Gumiho

If I could sum up Wicked Fox, it would be into two (both equally fantabulous) parts: Part 1: Soft, Fluffy School Kdrama The first part of the story starts with the introduction of Miyoung, a cold and calculated gumiho (nine tailed fox) who recently moved to Seoul with her equally beautiful, equally smart mother. But readers […]

July 5, 2019 | 3 Comments
By Aila J.
Posted in 4 stars, Books, Reviews