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F/F Recommendations 🌈💕

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Today I come to you with a list of really great books that feature prominent F/F characters and romances. I’m sure you’ve probably heard about all of these books already but I’m gonna talk about them anyways because I love them your honour!



A Lesson in Vengeance by Victoria Lee – Dark Academia lesbians who are investigating their schools history of witchcraft and murder. Make sure you have a cup of tea when you read this one.

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenksins Reid – Evelyn and Celia are the definition of soulmates.

Afterlove by Tanya Byrne – That awkward moment when your girlfriend dies and turns into a Grim Reaper. In all honesty though this book made me cry.


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I’m anxious so have some Enemies to Lovers Recommendations 😎

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I’m feeling very anxious right now and I can’t shake it. Logically I know why I’m feeling like this and I’m trying to reason with myself and yet the antsy-ness is still there as is the pit in my stomach lol.

In a bid to make myself better I’ve had a nice long shower, eaten some mini chocolate donuts, opened my window (why I think this will make me feel better idk but it’s open) and now I’ve decided to talk about some books.

Say what you will but I love reading about classic or “over-done” tropes, they’re classics for a reason!! I did a whole post a while back where I shared my thoughts on Popular YA Tropes but today I’m stepping it a notch and recommending to you some of my favourite Enemies to Lovers stories :))

I love a good Enemies to Lovers trope. I think I might enjoy them more in contemporary novels because they tend to be rivals whether through school or sport while typically in fantasy it’s like “oh yeah I killed your entire family but I love you”. That might be a bit of an overexaggerating but I know what I’m trying to say. Anyways, here are some I loved!



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Book Review: Get a Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert

Publication Date: November 5th 2019

Series: The Brown Sisters #1


Chloe Brown is a chronically ill computer geek with a goal, a plan, and a list. After almost—but not quite—dying, she’s come up with seven directives to help her “Get a Life”, and she’s already completed the first: finally moving out of her glamorous family’s mansion.

Redford ‘Red’ Morgan is a handyman with tattoos, a motorcycle, and more sex appeal than ten-thousand Hollywood heartthrobs. He’s also an artist who paints at night and hides his work in the light of day, which Chloe knows because she spies on him occasionally. Just the teeniest, tiniest bit.

But when she enlists Red in her mission to rebel, she learns things about him that no spy session could teach her. Like why he clearly resents Chloe’s wealthy background. And why he never shows his art to anyone. And what really lies beneath his rough exterior… (Read More)


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LGBTQ+ Books I Loved! 🌈 // Reading Recommendations

Hi, hey, hello and welcome to my blog 🙂

tumblr_okbbx6LJw91vexwqso1_500I am here today with some LGBTQ+ books that I’ve read and loved in the past year and want to talk about.

I was meant to do this a week or two ago but it’s been a long and busy month. I’m free from my school responsibilities now so here I am with some awesome books you should read.

I did this last year if you want to check it out HERE. I also recommended some great TV shows in that post too.


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Books by Black Authors // Recommendations

Hello 🙂 I am here today with some recommendations of books written by black authors.

I use the term “recommendations” loosely for the simple fact that the books I’m about to talk about are pretty popular meaning you’ve either probably read them already or have at least heard about them.

Black Life Matters protests are still happening all over the world and even if you can’t be on the front lines marching there’s still so many ways you can help such as:

  • Signing petitions such as those listed HERE 
  • Donating HERE if you’re able.
  • And if you can’t donate you can watch videos where all the ad revenue is donated to various charities and organizations HERE.

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Books I’ve read & loved:

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💕Valentines Day Recommendations💕

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It’s nearly Valentines day. Woo. That might be more exciting to me if I liked romance and also if I didn’t have two exams this week (Greek and Philosophy. Kill me now) but I plan on milking the occasion for as many blog posts as possible so please enjoy.

Today I’m handing out my unwanted opinion on what books I recommend you read for all those good romancey feels 🙂

Tweet Cute by Emma Lord

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I have not shut up about this book since receiving an ARC before the new  year and for good reason.

This book follows Pepper and Jack, two classmates at an elite New York school who inadvertently get involved in a twitter war with each other on behalf of their familys grilled cheese businesses.

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Books to give teenage girls as gifts 2019

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Last year there was a Top 5 Wednesday topic about books we’d give to certain people as gifts and I chose teenage girls as I myself am a teenage girl, so ya know it made sense.

Either way I really enjoyed making that list which you can find HERE and I decided to make another list this year 🙂

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Asexuals in Fiction 🖤💜🖤

Hi, hey, hello and happy asexual awareness week 🙂

This was meant to be up earlier in the week but I have been so wrapped up in school recently that I didn’t even realise. But anyways this week is Asexual Awareness Week. Woo!!!

I did a post similar to this for Bisexual Visibility day a few weeks back and here I am today to talk about some books featuring Asexual characters. There sadly isn’t many books with ace characters but we’re seeing more and more each year and I’m living for it!

Books I Loved … 

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Mini Reviews: Prince Charming & Her Royal Highness👑

I spent my weekend binge reading Prince Charming and also it’s companion novel Her Royal Highness both, of course, by Rachel Hawkins, and I had such a good time!

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The Perfect Summer Reads🍦

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I’m currently 1 week into the summer holidays and I’ve got to say that I’m having a blast. My life no longer revolves around late night studying, early morning wake ups and me drowning in exams. No, instead I can stay up all night reading or playing sims and eating my weight in ice-cream.

It’s amazing.

And so I figured I’d use my current summery mood to scour my shelfs and find some books that I think are perfect to read this summer 🙂

1- Aristotle and Dante by Benjamin Alire Saenz

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