More than words by Mia Sheridan

My rating: 5/5 stars  Mia Sheridan will always be my favorite romantic author. I consider her complete as a person but also as an author, and because of this, her writing style was drafted in this way, to reflect her personality and qualities. "More than words" is a beautiful love story that throughout the second part... Continue Reading →


Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi

My rating: 4/5 stars  When you start a series blind, the result of actually liking it is thrilling. This was exactly what happened with "Shatter Me" because I vaguely remember reading something about it and one day I just decided to give it a try. No questions asked. I am very happy of this idea... Continue Reading →

Falling Away by Penelope Douglas

My rating: 5/5 stars  Penelope Douglas is listed in my top 5 favorite authors. Not only does she delivers a hell of a good story, but the plot is so complex and well built, that the final result is amazing and engaging. "Falling Away" is from my POV the best from the series, because it... Continue Reading →

The Cruel Prince by Holly Black

My rating: 4/5 stars  YA fans definitely know about this book and if you ask each and one of them, they are incredible excited about what is to come for this series. "The Cruel Prince" is a delicious bestseller, which totally creates addiction. If you are not familiarized with the universe and the plot, please... Continue Reading →

We Love… Leylah Attar

Usually when asking an author to answer my questions I want to get to know his/her work more in detail and only after that build the courage to do so. I made an exception with Leylah Attar because I LOVED "Mists of the Serengeti" and I desperately wanted to get to know her better, to... Continue Reading →

Birthday Girl by Penelope Douglas

My rating: 5/5 stars Every book from Penelope Douglas is a journey for me because nothing is the same in what she writes. My admiration for her grows with every story and character she builds, because she likes to inovate, to get the reader to reach it's limits and surpass them. I like the way... Continue Reading →

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