Take a Hint, Dani Brown || so! much! charm!

Title: Take a Hint, Dani BrownAuthor: Talia HibbertGenre: RomanceCategory: AdultSeries info: Book 2 of The Brown Sisters but can be read as a standalone. I quite liked Hibbert's Get a Life, Chloe Brown and was already quite excited for the next book on Dani. When this book released, SO MANY PEOPLE posted rave reviews and… Continue reading Take a Hint, Dani Brown || so! much! charm!

The Marriage Game || Desi rivals-to-lovers <3

I have no idea how I came across this book. Probably on Instagram or in a recommendations blog post by someone, but I'm sure I put it in my TBR because it has Indian main characters. After it being in my TBR for a long time, I finally picked it up because I was in the mood for some romance and desi romance sounded really good. It was a great decision to pick this up.

Running With Lions // ADORABLE AF <3

Title: Running With LionsAuthor: Julian WintersGenre: Contemporary, LGBTQ+Category: Young AdultSeries info: Standalone Goodreads | Storygraph I am here with a SUPER CUTE book recommendation today. Running with Lions came to my attention through @ZanyAnomaly on Instagram where he passionately recommended this on his stories. And since it was Pride month and I was determined to… Continue reading Running With Lions // ADORABLE AF ❤

40 quotes that will make you want to read Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race by Reni Eddo-Lodge

I'm not someone who picks up non-fiction often even though I want to. That changed with this book. While this book was on my TBR for a long time, I didn't pick it up until recently when it was highly recommended by multiple people online because of current scenarios. I'll be honest, I only know things about what's happening in US and UK because of what trends and from books.

The Henna Wars || wholesome sapphic story

Happy Pride month y'all!! It's fitting that this is my first review of the month. This book came to my attention purely through Twitter. I saw the word henna, then I noticed the entire cover, and it was in my TBR. The reason I picked it up so quickly was because it was the May new release pick for the South Asian Reading Challenge.

The Joy Luck Club || explores mother-daughter relationships

The first time I ever heard of/saw this book was when I was going through book lists for a 2020 Popsugar Reading Challenge prompt. The prompt was to read a book set in a country starting with "C" and this book fit because it's set in China during some parts. It was only after I read the book that I found it being mentioned everywhere. It is quite popular! Unknowingly, I had read a book which is revered as a classic.