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DNFing, dropping, not finishing. We’ve all done it: put down a book without finishing it. Although I try not to DNF very often, I live by a motto a dear friend of mine told me: “Life is too short for bad books. Drop that sucker.” and so I do. In this post, I’m gonna talkContinue reading “DNFing”

The Friends Zone by Abby Jimenez (ARC)

I am a SUCKER for a soft romance and this one surely delivered. I’ll have some sass and trash, and a general spoiler free review at the end. TW: Death of a character, infertility/reproductive struggle, character sinks into deep depression 👫👫👫👫👫👫👫👫👫👫👫👫👫👫👫👫 Our MC Kristen is an entrepreneur who makes furniture and stairs for owners ofContinue reading “The Friends Zone by Abby Jimenez (ARC)”

Bright Burning Stars by AK Small (ARC)

⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️ First off, this book deals with some H E A V Y topics. TW include: drug use, sexual encounters, talks of suicide, attempted suicide, self starvation, abortion, and much more. Please make sure to take care of yourself before starting this one. Light and love always 💕 Kate and Marine have been best friendsContinue reading “Bright Burning Stars by AK Small (ARC)”

Finale by Stephanie Garber (SPOILERS)

Second Book Syndrome is R E A L and it can attack a series at any time. For those who do not know, SBS is most common among trilogies of books: the first book is amazing with world building and character introduction, then the second book is fairly flat, but then the third book comesContinue reading “Finale by Stephanie Garber (SPOILERS)”

Magic for Liars by Sarah Gailey (ARC)

I think I enjoyed this more than I thought I would. The hand on the cover was quite an eye-catcher and the pages in between were good too! Join me below for Sass & Trash & an objective, spoiler-free review to close it out! TW: Mass alcohol consumption, drugging drinks, graphic descriptions of deceased persons,Continue reading “Magic for Liars by Sarah Gailey (ARC)”

The Right Swipe by Alisha Rai (eARC)

Y’all know I’ve really been feeling romances lately, and this one did not disappoint! The story line was a little predictable, but still super cute. The ONLY reason I withheld the last star was because this was a little slow on the uptake…meaning it took a while to pull me in. Sass and trash withContinue reading “The Right Swipe by Alisha Rai (eARC)”

The Bride Test by Helen Hoang (ARC)

Thank you so much for the wonderful Amy for loaning me her ARC copy of this book. I am eternally grateful. As far as a follow-up book goes, The Bride Test stepped up to the plate and delivered! Khai is a 20-something Vietnamese American who is happily unmarried, unattached, and not dating, much to theContinue reading “The Bride Test by Helen Hoang (ARC)”

Please Send Help by Gaby Dunn & Allison Raskin (ARC)

This book is written completely in a series of emails and text messages between best friends Gen & Ava who are now living in different cities, pursuing jobs, after having been friends since high school. TW: Employee/employer relationship, gaslighting, mild sexual content, threats against the government, badmouthing of a religious organization, and homoerotic ideations. GenevieveContinue reading “Please Send Help by Gaby Dunn & Allison Raskin (ARC)”

Meet Cute by Helena Hunting (ARC)

First things first. I. Loved. It. Every word, every scene, every line. The characters were amazingly believable and just fantastical enough to slightly out of the daily reach. I blazed through this book in 2 days and after you read my review (there will prooooobably most definitely be spoilers), you’ll see why. As always, I’llContinue reading “Meet Cute by Helena Hunting (ARC)”

Girls with Sharp Sticks by Suzanne Young (ARC)

Today, I’ve composed a poem that I wrote after reading this book. I’ll also have a review too! TW: murder, graphic fight scenes, lobotomy, sl*t shaming, victim shaming, and creepy people looking at people in creepy ways. I hesitate to say “sexual assault” because I don’t want to just throw out a word in aContinue reading “Girls with Sharp Sticks by Suzanne Young (ARC)”