Wow, surprise, I bought another book for the hype! I definitely grabbed this on a whim, while overfilling a bag at Barnes & Noble, but I’m glad I did, because it was cute and fluffy and the perfect summer read!
First things first: I bought this book for the hype. I knew nothing about it, other than it had a pretty cover, was a graphic novel, and everyone was pumped about it. So I bought it. That being said, I assumed (you know what they say about that) that it was about a straight couple but ITS NOT! This is a gay book and it’s an incredible one. Let’s dive in.
I picked up this book ages ago; before I got back into my YA groove. It’s an adult romance book (not a bodice ripper, but still romance), and it’s about fashion.
Taking place through numerous points of view (not just the views of nine women), this book revolves around the way those nine women’s lives are affected by one dress. It also starts and ends with the pattern maker of the dress, and has a lovely full circle feeling.
It’s a beautiful story about love, in more than one way; there are many love and loss stories within its pages. There are cheating husbands, wives, and fresh starts. It really has it all, and that made me love it.
I had been putting off reading this book for ages, but everyone suggested I bring it with me on my road trip, and I’m so glad they did. It’s a fantastic read; so much fun and love in it. I highly recommend it.
Oh my goodness, I’m not ready for this to be over. I’ve been such a big fan of this trilogy, and I’ve come to feel like another big sister to Lara Jean, and she’ll always be a part of my heart and life. But she’s growing up and moving on, and it’s time for me to let her go.
I bought this book, ages ago, because of it’s pretty cover. I didn’t know what it was about, nor did I care; I just loved the look of it. Once I read the description and added it to my TBR, I’m glad I grabbed it.
I received an arc of Geekerella before its release, and was lucky enough to receive one of The Princess and the Fangirl as well! Before this I had read Geekerella and Heart of Iron from Poston, so I knew I loved her style. I also knew that Geekerella is one of two Cinderella adaptations I enjoy (the other is the movie with Brandi).
Oh my goodness, Fangirls! I received this books ages ago through OwlCrate, and it’s been on my TBR since then. I made it one of my January reads, and I’m so glad I did.