If I had known that The Kiss Quotient was based on Pretty Woman, I would not have touched it with a ten-foot pole. I absolutely hated the movie and I wasn’t impressed with The Kiss Quotient either. I wanted to love it and as I wrote down the points for this review, I was forcing myself to give it a glowing review but I just can’t. … More The Kiss Quotient: Great Rep for Autism, Horrible Rep for Relationships – A Review
Spin the Dawn left me utterly speechless.
And by now, I think you guys know that when I am speechless, the book blew me away. You see, I always know what I want to say in my reviews long before I actually sit down to write them. I would’ve already crafted the perfect opening, the perfect hook and got my points neatly lined up but with Spin the Dawn, I’ve got nothing. … More Spin the Dawn: It Left Me Speechless – An ARC Review
In Korean dramas, the right actor or actress can make or break a role. They can make a character as endearing as their real life counterpart or so hateful that you don’t even know if you hate the character or the actor. If Gumiho: Wicked Fox were a K-drama, it would need the perfect cast to bring the rich mythological story to life. … More Gumiho: Wicked Fox: If It Was A K-Drama – Dream Casting
There’s the midnight motorcycle rides, the walks in the rain sharing the umbrella, the guy saving the girl from a wayward vehicular accident, hospitals with dramatic and emotional scenes, the works! Gumiho: Wicked Fox is the best and worst of k-drama cliches! … More Gumiho: Wicked Fox: Now You Can Read Your K-Dramas Too! – An ARC Review
Resonating with a Renaissance or Regency heroine is often at times difficult; their way of life and their beliefs are so different from mine that I find myself either rolling my eyes or disconnecting completely. But something clicked with Betsy and it’s because she represents all the girls in the world sick and tired of being held down by their gender roles when they want to play just as hard as the boys! … More Say No to the Duke: Subverting My Romance Expectations – An ARC Review
Four Dead Queens is an extremely easy read. It is simple, enjoyable fare that doesn’t have much finesse when compared to a great number of high fantasies currently out there. But in my line of work, simple often means more ways for problems and mistakes to crop up and that is exactly what happened here with Four Dead Queens. … More Four Dead Queens: Your Problematic Fave – A Review
Dark Shores has everything that I am a sucker for: pirates, open oceans, gods, magic and an enemies-to-lovers romance! It kept me on the edge of my seat, way up past my bed time and made me all bleary-eyed for work the next day. I refused to put it down. Although you may be tempted to make a comparison to Pirates of the Caribbean, Dark Shores is nothing like the Disney franchise. … More Dark Shores: For Die-Hard Fans of the Enemies-To-Lovers Trope – An ARC Review