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”

Sweethand by N. G Peltier

In this enemies-to-lovers romance fiction, N. G. Peltier draws out the rivalry between Sugar Queen, Cherisse Gooding and music producer, Kieran King. The two have known each other for decades, and barely manage remaining civil in public. But with Cherisse’s sister getting married to Kieran’s friend, they are thrown into close proximity as the weddingContinue reading “Sweethand by N. G Peltier”

One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston

A heartening tale of found families, fighting for love against all odds, and time travel makes Casey McQuiston’s latest queer contemporary novel, One Last Stop, unforgettable. August Landry has spent her whole life looking for her uncle, who went missing in the 70s. Finally ready to set that part of her life aside and liveContinue reading “One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston”

Shipped by Angie Hockman

Henley Evans, Digital Marketing Manager at Seaquest Adventures, is appalled to know that her workplace rival is also being considered for the promotion to Director of Marketing. When both of them get sent on a cruise to formulate a marketing plan that will determine the winner, Henley is ready to pull out all the stops.Continue reading “Shipped by Angie Hockman”

Ants by Nikita Chinamanthur

Ants is a coming of age story that follows the events of Natasha’s life. From her insecurities to heartbreaks, sense of self to the relationship with family, the novel wades through the troubles an average teenager experiences in this world of online chatrooms & external validation. This was quite a short read, and I likedContinue reading “Ants by Nikita Chinamanthur”