Meet Me on Platform 3 was such a sweet story. I fell for these characters in the same way they fell for each other. Do you ever bump into someone in the street and then picture your entire life with them and then they're gone? If yes, then read this book.
This was a fun and quick read. I read A Disaster in Three Acts in one day and couldn't put it down.
I loved These Hollow Vows and I wasn't sure if These Twisted Bonds could top it. But it did! I loved this book so much and it felt like the perfect conclusion. Although, I definitely wouldn't complain if I got to see more of this characters (please).
Reading Blue Out took me right back to the years I was obsessed with everything and anything dystopian.
After staring November off really strongly, I hit a massive slump trying to read Beneath the Burning Wave, since then I've read Breaking the Ice on Wattpad, so I'm hoping to get to a few more in the last week of November! But here's what I've read this week!
YA romance just hits different. You can never go wrong with it, especially when a bit of forced proximity is involved.
Friends to lovers is an elite trope and I'm never going to tire of it. Tricked in October was the perfect read to get me into the Autumn season.
If you love YA fantasy books with Greek mythology and a sprinkle of romance and high stakes, then Daughter of Darkness is for you!
The Drowned Woods was full of welsh folklore and I could picture each scene almost perfectly. The world-building pulled me in and I'm kind of disappointed this was a standalone as I would love to read more about these characters.
I loved the tension between the Mist King and Tessa, which was aided by forced proximity, the one bed and one horse tropes. I had no idea how this was going to end, as there was a fair amount of betrayal in this book. Nevertheless, I thoroughly enjoyed it and am in need of the sequel right now because that cliffhanger was not okay!!