REVIEW: 99 Percent Mine by Sally Thorne

In brief: Darcy is a tough girl with a weak heart in more ways than one. Tom Valeska has had her heart for decades, but now he is finally free. Can they get it together? The good: The slow, slow burn… The not-so-good: That slow, slow burn… Why I chose it: Who didn't love The... Continue Reading →

Mailbox Monday and What I’m Reading: 21/1/19

Australia is very hot now, but not that kind of hot – it seems most of the country is experiencing a heat wave! Days are for not doing much that requires physical effort. Unless you're my awesome postie, who brought these great books: Black is the New White by Nakkiah Lui (available 4th February, RRP... Continue Reading →

My Memorable Books of 2016

2016 has been a memorable year for a number of reasons, some good and some not so good across the world. When it came to reflecting on my most memorable books of the year, my first draft came at 15 books out of a possible 72 (21%) that I've reviewed on the blog! I noticed... Continue Reading →

The Hating Game by Sally Thorne

In brief: Lucy is pretty sure she has it all and then some at work. Except for Joshua Templeman who sits opposite her. He's a colour-coordinated, diary marking devil. It's all about getting one-up on him until she realises the hating game might not be the right one to play… The good: The wit of... Continue Reading →

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