Reminders of Him by Colleen Hoover

Kenna has just been released from prison after five years. Five years of not being a part of her daughter’s life, not knowing what she’s like. Determined to make amends, she heads back to the town where it all started, unsure if she is even worthy of being forgiven for what happened all those yearsContinue reading “Reminders of Him by Colleen Hoover”

The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren

Christina Lauren’s The Unhoneymooners reads like a warm blanket on a rainy day. It is packed with laugh-out-loud humor, relatable characters and a ship you can’t help rooting for. Olive and Ethan can barely stand to be in the same room as the other. But when their siblings’ wedding goes awry and the two areContinue reading “The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren”

City of Girls

City of Girls, penned by Elizabeth Gilbert, is a wholly satisfying novel that encapsulates the stories of women who set themselves apart in society by way of exercising their individuality and ambition. When 19 year old Vivian Morris gets sent to New York City to live with her aunt, she is enveloped by the cultureContinue reading “City of Girls”

All Your Perfects by Colleen Hoover

In my opinion, an integral part of the new adult or adult genre is the sub-section comprising of stories about the newly-wedded. There is an excess in novels about students and early 20-somethings trying to figure out their place in the world. But I’ve seldom come across books that tackle the subject of marriage withoutContinue reading “All Your Perfects by Colleen Hoover”

Book Review — French Exit by Patrick deWitt

French Exit displays the gradual unraveling of a mother and son, as they are left to deal with the brunt of the father’s death. Upon Franklin Price’s demise and the consequent bankruptcy, Frances and Malcolm realize that there’s very little left for them in Manhattan. And so, they set sail for Paris, unsure as toContinue reading “Book Review — French Exit by Patrick deWitt”