Wenn Schmetterlinge Loopings fliegen – Rezension

Da ich normalerweise nur englische Bücher lese, bin ich nicht immer auf den neuesten Stand, was gerade so auf dem deutschen Markt los ist. Von Petra Hülsmann hatte ich bisher wenig bis gar nichts gehört. Ich bin mir aber ziemlich sicher, dass ich ihre Bücher am Düsseldorfer Flughafen hab rumliegen sehen, als meine Mama und... Continue Reading →

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Ten Below Zero – Review

I don't have the slightest idea where to start with this book. It's one of the greats that stole my words and left me with the most beautiful mess of emotions. When I pick up a novel, I read for experience, understanding and emotion. Occasionally, I read to escape or venture to a different location.... Continue Reading →

Forever My Girl – Review

During the summer, I heard that there was a new movie coming out based on a book. Forever My Girl, a book I hadn't heard of before that summer, is going to be released in January 2018 and I was determined to read the novel before its release. I finally found the time and I... Continue Reading →

The Rules of Rain – Review

Many thanks to Netgalley and SourceBooks for the chance to read and review this novel. Leah Scheier's upcoming release Rules of Rain explores family relationships in one of the most interesting ways I've experienced as a reader. The main character, Rain, has grown accustomed to taking care of the needs of her family members, especially... Continue Reading →

Teaser Thursday – Whore by Willow Aster

Whore by Willow Aster is coming on December 26th! “I need a reason to exist.” Beautiful, intelligent, independent, strong-willed, wealthy—Lilith Fontenot seems by all appearances, to have it all. But that’s not how the highest paid prostitute in New Orleans sees herself. A stain on society. A scourge. A waste. Outsider. Prisoner… Any idyllic dream of... Continue Reading →

Teaser: Whore by Willow Aster

Whore by Willow Aster is coming on December 26th! “I need a reason to exist.” Beautiful, intelligent, independent, strong-willed, wealthy—Lilith Fontenot seems by all appearances, to have it all. But that’s not how the highest paid prostitute in New Orleans sees herself. A stain on society. A scourge. A waste. Outsider. Prisoner… Any idyllic dream of... Continue Reading →

The Book Boyfriend – Review

A few days ago I saw a fellow bookstagrammer, @withherbooks, mentioning The Book Boyfriend by Karli Perrin on her Insta story. I was immediately intrigued by the cover, and after I read the blurb I was sold: a story about a real-life book boyfriend? Count me in! The story is about Zara and her younger... Continue Reading →

The Winner’s Crime – Review

NOTE: The Winner's Crime is part of the "The Winner's" trilogy and should be read second. If you haven't read the first installment, The Winner's Curse, yet, but plan to, please refrain from reading any further. This review may contain infos that will spoil the first installment for you. It feels like forever ago that... Continue Reading →

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