I absolutely love this book; the intellectual and emotional parts just blend so nicely. Not to mention, all the characters are so nicely developed with such a great storyline supporting them. This is one of my favorite tropes and Levi and Bee are just so cute and irresistible! Ali Hazelwood is truly a fantastic author.
Love on the Brain
Books | Ali Hazelwood
I liked this book, but yeah, it’s probably not my favorite of hers, but I still liked it nonetheless. I love the then and now storyline and the rawness of the characters despite the mild frustration with Miles. Miles is a complex character and Tate is great for him; therefore, I especially love the epilogue and all of the supporting characters; they really made the story.
Books | Colleen Hoover
I LOVE this book; it is just so great. It is not only incredibly heartfelt but also hilarious in a reality that may have a little small town magic in it. All of the characters, especially the main ones, but also the supporting characters are spectacularly written and contribute really well to the overall really developed and intoxicating storyline. Just to reiterate, Alexis and Daniel are literal icons and I love their relationship so much.
Part of Your World
Books | Abby Jimenez
I really loved this book from the great characters and in-depth descriptions to the overall relatability especially with Olive and the fact that she is a little bit more awkward and realistic. I would highly recommend this book (trust me, everyone needs to read about Adam Carlsen).
The Love Hypothesis
Books | Ali Hazelwood
I love this book! Not only is it hilarious, but it’s also sweet and incredibly heartfelt. I love Poppy and Alex, but also all of the other characters that help bring the story to life. It is a great, inspiring, and relatable story that perfectly ends my summer vacation. You can never go wrong with Emily Henry!
People We Meet on Vacation
Books | Emily Henry
I like certain parts of this book as it isn’t my favorite, but it’s a good book. The start is kind of slow with a lot of description (similar to Where the Crawdads Sing), but also there are a multitude of characters. However, I did like the raw realness and imperfections that make a person and a story. It started to become more captivating as the book went on and the end is good, but also a little confusing. Overall though, I am glad that I read this book.
The Paper Palace
Books | Miranda Cowley Heller
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