The Dating Plan by Sara Desai was a very pleasant surprise. This book was such a nice way to warm up this January. This wasn’t just a nice heartwarming romcom, but the sex scenes were HOT. I had no idea the detail we would be getting into here, but just bravo.
Our character Jules finds herself with a job of a lifetime. She gets paid to live in a beautiful apartment right on Central Park. This beautiful and historic building draws her in, and she feels like she is in a dream. What Jules doesn’t know is she willingly walked into a nightmare.
If you don’t have plans all the time, you feel like you’re wasting your summer. Where I live summer is short, so I try to make sure I get as many summer activities I can as possible. Obviously, that doesn’t sound like there is a lot of time for reading. So what do I do when I feel like I’m slacking on my reading during these fun months?
I can say the ghost story within this book will make you feel like you see something out of the corner of your eye constantly and make you scared to look under the bed. This book makes your goose bumps rise all over. I felt like I was hearing noises in my own house. This book delivers.
The new ideas and worlds are introduced with such detail itmade me want to build a spaceship and fly there tomorrow. This story definitely gives out a mixture of Avatar and Star Wars vibes, but with a totally new twist.
If you need help with good books to read this summer, I have got you covered either by my blog or you can reach out. All in all please read this summer, especially with the world now, summer reading can completely allow you to breathe, relax, and escape.
For anyone who has ever survived or has seen mental illness firsthand, this book hits the nail on the head. If by some chance you still don’t understand the importance of mental illness or the effects of trauma, please read this beautiful story and see the realities of it.
Alex’s fight for love and Henry will give you such hope. This book is honest, electric, and fresh. Anyone that that needs a heartwarming and breathtaking romance should read this.
It starts off with a slow build, just teasing you with breadcrumbs to keep you trekking along. Until you finally reach a twist and it snowballs down a mountain. It will have you picking your jaw up off the floor just to have you drop it all over again.
This book really starts out with a bang and just keeps rolling. Laura “Lo” Blacklock wakes up in her apartment to an intruder who locks her in her room and steals a few of her belongings. A few days later Lo is set to go on a cruise on the Aurora for her job asContinue reading “The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware”