Review: Tweet Cute by Emma Lord

Review: Tweet Cute by Emma Lord

Tweet Cute by Emma Lord is a charming story about a viral Twitter war between a large burger chain and a local family deli. With two smart and snarky main characters, the dialogue in this one is sure to bring a smile to any reader’s face. I especially enjoyed the inclusion of social media posts and the current but not cringey writing. Fans of You’ve Got Mail will not want to miss this heartwarming romcom. Continue reading

Review: The Project by Courtney Summers

Review: The Project by Courtney Summers

The Project by Courtney Summers is pretty far out of my comfort zone, but I always seem to love how Summers writes a thriller. This is a dark read, one about emotional manipulation and how cults prey on vulnerability. The characters are incredibly complex, and the writing style provides an immersive reading experience. This one truly drew me in and had me questioning what I should believe about The Unity Project. Continue reading

Review: Only Mostly Devastated by Sophie Gonzales

Review: Only Mostly Devastated by Sophie Gonzales

Only Mostly Devastated by Sophie Gonzales is a book I had been highly anticipating since it is being described as Simon Vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda meets Clueless with inspiration from Grease. I enjoyed the mix of fun and seriousness in the book, although the plot is not overly unique, and the characters are all so complex. There is also a theme of family, which I always love in a book. Ultimately, this is a great book for those looking for a more meaningful contemporary that will also deliver laughter. Continue reading