Category: 3 stars

The Donut Trap Review: Come For the Donuts, Stay For the Family Story

The Donut Trap Review: Come For the Donuts, Stay For the Family Story

The synopsis of The Donut Trap reminded me a lot of A Pho Love Story, which is one of my favourite books of this year. Both books feature Asian-American characters who work at their family’s food business and a forbidden romance with another Asian-American character. But when I finished listening to The Donut Trap, that was really where […]

November 4, 2021 | 0 Comments
By Jenna
Posted in 3 stars, Books, Reviews
Star Daughter Review: An Own Voices YA Hindu Story with Stars as Characters

Star Daughter Review: An Own Voices YA Hindu Story with Stars as Characters

What an absolutely stunning cover! That’s what initially drew me in to Star Daughter, but when I heard it featured actual star beings based off Hindu mythology, I had to pick it up. Things I Liked About Star Daughter The concept is so unique, unlike anything I’ve read before. Sheetal is half-star, half-human, with the power to […]

September 16, 2021 | 2 Comments
A Sweet Mess & The Dating Dare Reviews

A Sweet Mess & The Dating Dare Reviews

A Sweet Mess and The Dating Dare are companion novels and it’s a little weird for me to be reviewing them in this order because I actually read the newly released The Dating Dare first… but the reason why I ended up picking up A Sweet Mess as well was because even though The Dating Dare could be read standalone, I felt like […]

August 16, 2021 | 2 Comments
By Jenna
Posted in 3 stars, 4 stars, Books, Reviews
Firekeeper’s Daughter Review: An Own Voices Native American Investigation

Firekeeper’s Daughter Review: An Own Voices Native American Investigation

With rave reviews everywhere, and even a Netflix option by Barack & Michelle Obama’s production company, there’s certainly a lot of hype attached to the Firekeeper’s Daughter. The main character Duanis, is a biracial 18 year old hockey player who gets caught up in an FBI investigation in her local Obijwe community. Perhaps I’m just used […]

July 8, 2021 | 1 Comment