I probably need to post regular reviews more often but I’m still reading lots of audiobooks and such and I want to talk about them without overwhelming you or me.
I like this new format so I’m glad you seem to do as well!
An amazing tale of a father and a daughter dealing with the former’s mental illness — it manages to be respectful towards mentally ill people and at the same time state clearly that it’s not the child’s job to handle that. About family, belonging, and finding art and artists. (Queer rep)
This is the most unconventional fae story I’ve read right after The Wee Free Men and it was perfect! Desdemona — a spoiled rich girl — learns of her father’s crimes and comes to the rescue of innocent mine workers while reevaluating her attitude towards life. (Super queer)
An absolutely hilarious historical f/f romane with a murder mystery on the side all in time for an afternoon tea. I loved the opposites attract trope here and the side couples (m/m & f/m) were just as lovely as the main one!
(CW past rape) Mrs. Martin gets a visit from a woman who claims to be leasing rooms to her Horrible Nephew yet hasn’t recieved any payment in over two years. Naturally, they set out on an adventure to kick him out and make his life as miserable as possible — what they didn’t plan for is to hopelessly fall in love with each other.
Hilarious, adorable, and so so sexy — Sutton Kay has a great life until one day someone messes up her peace by blasting loud music downstairs. Turns out her new landlord can be a bit of an asshole — but damn that asshole has some nice muscles on her — the women clash but can’t stay away from each other.
I can see why so many people fell in love with this book — it’s adorable, gives a positive look at our future, and hits so many good tropes! Enemies to friends to lovers, friends with benefits, royalty, slow burn — all the great ones are here. (Also, I loved the e-mails!!)
- Have you read those books? What did you think of them?