The Honey-Don’t List is a helplessly romantic story with a super adorable male-protagonist. Oh my God, don’t get me wrong, I did love Carey, but James? Ugh, I loved loved loved him. I was delighted that he’s always straightforward about his feelings and well, it’s just that, in general, he’s such a lovable guy. And btw, my fondness towards the male character is a quite rare case in CLo’s books.
To Marg, this all feels nothing but completely unfair. She didn’t even want to fly, she tried really hard to tolerate it, just for one time, yet now she’s lost her life as she knew it. And by the way, where is Chip? She knows that he made it out of the collision unscathed. But for reasons she doesn’t know, he barely visits her at the hospital anymore, or actually at all, since the accident? Is the engagement still on? And if Marg really doesn’t even have that much to hold, what should she hang her tenuous hope onto?
In the middle of the chain of a new packed schedule, and her impending first speech as a princess, Mia’s head is discordantly at someplace else. She can’t stop thinking about her boyfriend, Kenny. Not because she likes him so much, rather because of the opposite! It seems that Mia can’t hold secret the fact that she doesn’t like Kenny for much longer. She just can’t keep avoiding the warmth and intimacy Kenny has been trying to offer. At some point, she really has to let him know.
Auburn is walking to her apartment while tearing up over her miserable life when she stumbles upon a sign. It reads Help Wanted. Knock to apply. What, a coincidence! She slowly takes in the building, and realizes that she passes it every day on her way between her place and her work, but she never noticed it before. Now that she’s paying a good attention on it, she sees it. Covering the windows facing the street are scraps of paper full of various handwritings. It’s confessions from anonymous people.
Hi, Nerdies! It’s time for another book by Colleen Hoover: All Your Perfects. Publication date: July 17, 2018 Storyline Quinn and Graham are soulmates who find their way to together unusually. They met for the first time at the door of Quinn’s fiance where inside, Quinn’s fiance was having an affair with Graham’s girlfriend. But … Continue reading All Your Perfects Review
Oh my God, there’s just too many complaints that are piling up in my brain that my fingers are aching to type them all right now. But they’re so many that I really don’t know where to start. So before I ramble, I’ll just say this first. At this point, I absolutely do not care if I spill any spoiler in this review, because I honestly think there’s nothing that can ruin this story further. Trust me, it’s already bad enough as it is.
Storyline Evelyn Abbey. Evie Abbey. Evil Abbey. All the same person. Evie is an agent at Price & Dickle Feature department. She’s 33 years old and single. In any case, how can an agent not be single, really? After the crazy work hours, the constant phone calls, and the no personal life? Of course, Evie … Continue reading Dating You / Hating You Review
Storyline Millie Morris is a beautiful but secretive criminologist, who has four of strictly platonic best guy friends from work, Reid, Chris, Ed, and Alex. These four are about all friends Millie hangs out with on daily basis. Pretty normal stuff they do together really, they have lunch, get coffee, talk and gossip together, and … Continue reading My Favorite Half Night Stand – Review
Storyline Olive Torres is currently in a series of unlucky events. She’s just gotten laid off from her job, and she hasn’t gotten any call back from interviews she went through for months now. And today, she also gets to wear a super tawdry and super green dress which presses her boobs half-out on her … Continue reading Unhoneymooners Review
Storyline Macy Lea Sorensen knows that she’s never stopped loving Elliot Petropoluos, her first of everything. Her first best friend, her first boyfriend, her first kiss, and also her first more than a kiss. But now, seeing Elliot again after eleven years being separated, there’s just too much left unsaid between them. And Mace is … Continue reading Love and Other Words – Review