Review // The Love Hypothesis

If you’re on TikTok, Instagram, or basically any type of bookish social media, then you’ve probably heard of The Love Hypothesis. Ali Hazelwood’s debut romance was one of the most universally loved books I saw folks reading last year and honestly, the hype is absolutely deserved.

Review // Heartbreakers and Fakers

Like with her debut, The Best Laid Plans, which was one of my favorite books last year, I couldn’t put Heartbreakers and Fakers down. With such a fresh, delightful, and earnest voice, Cameron Lund is one of my favorite (maybe even my favorite?) YA authors.

Review // On Location

You know what’s better than the only-one-bed trope? The only-one-sleeping-bag trope. It’s a new favorite of mine now, thanks to On Location, the newest release from Sarah Echavarre Smith.

Review // The Royals Next Door

Friendly PSA that if you haven’t already picked up The Royals Next Door, you need to do so immediately. One of the most engaging and dreamy books I’ve read all year, I couldn’t put this one down.

Review // The Charm Offensive

The Charm Offensive is honestly one of the most charming (fitting, right?), endearing, and lovely books that I’ve had the pleasure of reading…maybe, ever? If you enjoyed books like One to Watch, Red, White & Royal Blue, or Boyfriend Material, then this is a must-read for you.

Review // Battle Royal

Battle Royal, the first installment in Lucy Parker’s new Palace Insiders series, was a complete surprise, and a pleasant one at that. The story took me a while to get into; it started out slowly,…