Yellow Woman grabbed me from page 1 and didn't let go. A beautifully written and heartbreaking novel about American slavery. I shall never forget Pheby Delores Brown.
Book #1 2022 / Virginia
I always love a Philippa Gregory novel.
Intriguing concept and beautifully written, BUT while reading, I felt like I was listening to a skipping record. The same material was covered over and over and over and over again. It left me annoyed and bored.
This is Hudson our new German Shepherd and Lab mix puppy. We needed some expert advise on how to raise this little guy right. How to Raise the Perfect Dog really helps you understand the way a dog thinks. With lots of patience and calm and assertive energy on our end, we will have a great new member of the family.
I really wanted to love this book but I couldn't connect with the story or the characters.
A super cute read about second chance romance, books, and favorite words.
Tough subject material... presented very well, in turn, making this a really good book.
I had to manually shut my unhinged jaw so many times reading this book 😲. I was caught off guard around twists and turns. I literally couldn't put this one down... had to know what was coming next and it was REAL 🙌 GOOD 🙌. Wow John Marrs... I'll definitely be adding more of your works to my TBR.
February TBR influenced by black history month and books with Valentine's Day inspired words in the title or on the book cover ❤❤❤👍🏿
I didn't want this book to end. I wanted the author to open up more, to dive deeper, and to show me what it truly is to walk in her shoes as a trans woman. Don't get me wrong; I liked this book a lot... it packed a punch. I just wanted more of Vivek Shraya's soul on the pages.
This book made me laugh out loud 🤣
Kept putting this book off because of all the hype. I just didn't think it would live up to the overwhelming promotion it gained, and well, I just hate reading about courtroom cases. But this book... this beautiful story has become one of my favorite reads of all time. I want to read it again immediately. I know there is more to find... things I have missed in the pages of this book. So well done Delia Owens!
FINALLY read The Handmaid's Tale! 🎉🎉🎉
As a mother of a toddler, Verity was so hard to read at times 😭 I had to put it down several times to walk away and process so could push through. This book is going to haunt me for a long time. Colleen Hoover is a genius 🤯
I hate this feeling! I just cannot stick with anything this month... related to books anyway. I have started and stopped 3 books this month. I want to read but I'm stuck. Any really good book recs?
🤦♀️ I just don't know how I feel about this book. I'm left feeling kind of like... what was the point? 🤷♀️ I need a head hitting a wall emoji so I can insert it right here...
I'm just left with the feeling of unfulfillment 😬
I really enjoyed this great little book about hockey and a girl who just wants to play the game 🏒
November #TBR 🧡
This is a slow burn🔥 There were a few times where I felt the book was about to reveal itself but it would pivot and keep its secrets just out of reach. When the twists finally came, I was 😲
"It's the choices you make when no one is watching that makes you who you are." ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
This book could have been so much better🤦♀️ The potential was there... but I was left feeling incomplete. However, it still gave me the creeps!
I'm going to give this one 🎃🎃🎃 1/2
October TBR 🎃🎃🎃 Super excited to read all these books and get into the Fall mood. Now the weather needs to cooperate. It's still 🔥🔥🔥 outside.