Confessions of a Curious Bookseller by Elizabeth Green

I love the set up of this novel. Rather than reading like a typical story, I loved the use of letters, blog posts, emails, and journal entries to tell the story. I thought this novel was very well-written and engaging. Rather than being annoyed by the main character’s self-blindness, I found myself intrigued as to when she would realize that she is to blame rather than the rest of the world. I love the way the book ended and find myself hopeful for her future. I love that Mark never held things against her, he could see what was happening … Continue reading Confessions of a Curious Bookseller by Elizabeth Green

The Pastel Effect by Arly Carmack

First I would like to thank NetGalley and Reedsy Discovery for a copy of this advanced reader ebook! There are potential spoilers ahead. I was very pleasantly surprised by this book! When I first started reading it, I found it hard to engage with. It felt forced and I just wanted to finish it. However, once I reached about 30%, I struggled to put it down. The book picked up and I found myself devouring it all at once. While it was hard for me to relate to the main character, it was easier to relate to the storyline of … Continue reading The Pastel Effect by Arly Carmack

A Girl Like You by Cari Scribner

First off, thank you to NetGalley for an advanced copy of this ebook! It always disappoints me when I do not like a book and sadly, that is what happened with A Girl Like You. The beginning felt slow and I had a hard time being engaged with it from page one. I loved the dynamics of the mother and her children. I loved seeing how close they are and how much they support each other. The idea of all 3 online dating was also an intriguing concept. I honestly kept expecting the mom and daughter to end up going … Continue reading A Girl Like You by Cari Scribner