Just started this book and it is timely…a school shooting where no one comes to help…for three hours. This book was written in 2020😳
I really loved this retelling of One Thousand & One Nights. Loulie along with her bodyguard/jinn Qadir are hired by the Sultan to find a magic lamp 🧞
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Oh my stars!! Summer is flying by & it time to post those deliciously #WickedWords for August!!
First of all, huge congrats to everyone who is participating, you are all doing amazing & I love seeing all the books you are reading! Now on to those words…
Good Luck! Can‘t wait to see what you read! If you are new here & want to join in, the more the merrier, just let me know below & I will add you to my list!
This one had two of Roberts's early-80s novels in one book, and they were both pretty terrible haha
Her Mother's Keeper was definitely for you IF you prefer a lot of grabbing and aggressive kissing over actual communication. Island of Flowers I enjoyed more, but the fact that she wouldn't just tell her dad what had happened really annoyed me, and why was Dillon such a dick like all the time?? Not the hero for me. Still, this was good ⬇
A small review binge upcoming...
I'm not sure if it was me, the stories, or the fact that I was starting to get sick when I was read them, but they just didn't hit the spot for me. I don't get on with short stories very well, but I always think I'll read a collection like this to see if a new author tickles my fancy. While there were some interesting concepts here, they were really mostly too insta-love-y for me. I also didn't realize that ⬇
I enjoyed the first half of this book. I thought the characters and story line were fine, and the magical bits added interest. Then the whole thing derailed. The magic became totally weird, and the plot (such as it was) was impossible to follow. I honestly wondered if it had been written under the influence of something! 🤣
However, reading it with @TheBookHippie and the #SundayBuddyRead crew still made it a fun experience!
It is almost the end of June, so you know what that means… it is time for some #WickedWords for July!!
First of all great job so far with this challenge - you are all rocking it and I love seeing all the books you are reading!!
Now on to the words:
Good Luck and Have Fun!! Remember you can interpret the words any way you want (cover, title, a word in the book, etc.) sky‘s the limit!!💙💙💙