[REVIEW] Redeem (Under My Skin #4) by Christina Lee

Hello, lovelies! ๐ŸŒฑ I’m back with another male romance, I know, I know. Like always, I would like to mention that I do not only read this genre but this genre is so easy to love and the books you find with male romance is so good I HAVE to read them โค

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[REVIEW] Game Changer (Game Changers #1) by Rachel Reid

Hello, lovelies! ๐ŸŒต Yesterday I stayed in bed reading this wonderful book Game Changer by Rachel Reid. I’ve never read anything by Ms. Reid, I was missing on this because the book was glorious! I would like to say thank you to Elley the Book Otter for reviewing book two of this series – if it wasn’t because of this, I would have missed this amazing love story! (and book two looks just as sexy ๐Ÿ˜˜ )

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[REVIEW] Heart of the Fae (The Otherworld #1) by Emma Hamm

Hello, lovelies! ๐ŸŒฑ I just finished reading Heart of the Fae and I’m onto book two! This book reminds me of A Court of Thorn and Roses because of the setting, the humans and faeries, and the different worlds but also reminded me of The Bird and The Sword by Amy Harmon, for the shapeshifter and the magic in it.

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[DISC] ZenPop and Simply Gilded: a personal review

Hello, lovelies! ๐ŸŒฟ today is not a book-related post. As I mentioned in my post about “where do you read” I love stationery? In this post I will be reviewing – if you can call fangirling reviewing – two subscription boxes I adore: ZenPop and Simply Gilded. I’m a subscriber of both and I’ve been so for a long time.

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[HAUL] March Book Haul (get ready to read)

Hello, lovelies! ๐ŸŒฑ the third month of the year is over and I cannot believe it! Time is literally flying. In February I did not buy books, but this month was the opposite. Boy, oh boy, this month I felt so naughty buying mangas with steamy boy love scenes – which I’m currently hiding in plain sight hoping no one sees them. Since the beginning of this month, I’ve felt more compulsive towards buying mangas and listening to audiobooks instead of picking up new reads – physical or Kindle.

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