Book Review – Not That Easy – Radhika Sanghani


~ARC from Netgalley~

This book deserves more than 5 stars. It is the Chicken Soup for 20 year olds and sexoligy.

In the previous book, Ellie lost her virginity at university. Now that she is graduated, she interns for an online magazine (unpaid). She is still sexually far behind all her friends. So, she decides to make herself a pack and starts with one night stands and dating apps. Of course, they do not go as planned.

Her dates are so hilarious, her boss finds out and gives her, her own column. Her conscious bugs her because well, the column is not anonymous, and her mother (who by the ways pays all her expenses) is very proper in a sense and does NOT agree with this particular type of writing.

Ellie, is so out of reality when it comes to sex and dating or casual flings. This journey of hers it just laugh out loud hilarious, and this book has you laughing from start to finish!


Book Review – Jack and Djinn (The Houri Legends #1) – Jasinda Wilder


WOW, with a side of fireballs.

Ok, Miriam, is in a shitty relationship. The worst kind. Ben is just a POS after coming home from his tours in Afghanistan. Having only known these kinds of relationships, she deals with it and tells herself this is what she deserves.

One day, a life savior helps her after an ass beating from Ben. And Jack, is perfect. Miriam just knows he is too good for her, and she will never deserve him. But, he doesn’t stop trying. The more she is around him, the more angry she gets with Ben, and finally starts sticking up for herself. Which isn’t really the best thing, because he continues to just beat her ass to a even bigger pulp.

During this time, she finds something different in herself. Something she has yet to control. And if she doesn’t control it, her life and  everybody life around her is doomed.

Great read! Very inspirational to women that deal with any kind of abuse from others.

Book Review – Borden (Borden #1) – R.J. Lewis


At first, I got confused. Then, the light was shown.

So, I got to ask, what the hell? Why? Just Why?

Marcus and Emma are both from that side of the track. Being with no parents in their teenage years, they have their issues. But, Marcus goes away and comes back with money. Emma lives a hard life, still on that side of the track.

When some shady business brings them together. They are both intrigued but Marcus being boss man and all alpha and hotness, he isn’t going to just leave Emma alone. And secretly she enjoys it.

This book is a fucked up roller coaster that is in its own way, beautifully amazing. Cannot wait for part two!