Category Archives: Adult Fiction

Me Before You // This is Why I Don’t Read Much Contemporary Stuff!

me before you coverAuthor: Jojo Moyes

Published: December 31st 2012 by Pamela Dorman Books/Viking

Pages: 481

Genre: adult // romance // contemporary


I am not a romantic person. Not even close. I don’t try looking for mushy-gushy love stories. I was really hoping this wouldn’t end up that way once I decided to read it. However, the reason I did decide to try this out is because I had never read a book with a physically disabled main character, so I was curious about the representation and how this would play out. I don’t know if that seems harsh in any way (please don’t take it that way), but it’s much like people reading LGBT books to see how they may be represented, right? Plus, the blurb hinted at secrets and I like secrets.

So I was wary, but I found a pleasant surprise! And I just happened to read it the same year a movie released! Hadn’t even known until after I finished the book. (DAENERYS IS LOU.) Continue reading Me Before You // This is Why I Don’t Read Much Contemporary Stuff!

The Others Series (#1-4 ONGOING) // Supernatural in Epic Proportions & Cute Romance

*Review for books 1-4, ongoing thoughts about the series so far. More books to be published*

Author: Anne Bishop

Publisher: Roc

Genres: older young adult(?) –> adult fiction // paranormal > shifters, vampires, elementals // slow-burn romance

A Written in Red synopsis for your curious minds. The next books are Murder of Crows, Vision in Silver, and Marked in Flesh.


THIS REVIEW IS SPOILER FREE, ASIDE FROM THE LITTLE TIDBIT ABOUT THE ROMANCE…is it really a spoiler, though? *shrugs*

This series is wonderful. I couldn’t recommend this enough for people who enjoy these types of books.

This series is basically about war. Not a spoiler! It’s the entire theme. It’s like an escalation. It gets heavier as the books progress. It is a slower progression to allow for the development of the characters, for you to really get to know them. Which I found important because as you grow to care for characters, laugh at the humor peppered about, fear for those loved characters, and hate others, you realize it’s because you could learn about them that you can experience that rollercoaster. Continue reading The Others Series (#1-4 ONGOING) // Supernatural in Epic Proportions & Cute Romance