Review: My Not So Perfect Life by Sophie Kinsella

I think I’ve finally worked out how to feel good about life. Every time you see someone’s bright-and-shiny, remember: They have their own crappy truths too. Usually, I enjoy Sophie Kinsella’s novels a lot. They are light, fun and simply adorable. You fall in love with every character she creates, whether it is Becky the…

Review: The Peacock Emporium by Jojo Moyes

First, I am familiar with Jojo Moyes and have read almost all of her novels. Some of them I absolutely adore: Me Before You, Silver Bay, The Girl You Left Behind and The Ship of Brides, others I liked a bit less: The Last Letter from Your Lover, couple I didn’t like at all: Sheltering…

Review: Heartless by Marissa Meyer

  I could not wait for this book to be released since I loved the Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer and I appreciate a good fairytale retelling. I was thrilled to learn that the story was about the Queen of Hearts from Alice in Wonderland. As a child, I wanted to know her backstory and…

Review: Morning Glory by Sarah Jio

  “Some of life’s most beautiful things grow out of the darkest moments.” The only way to deal with a tragic event in Ada’s life is to change her life radically. She leaves her comfortable home and moves to a boathouse. There she finds new friends that help her to move on. However, the main…