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Archer’s Voice – Mia Sheridan

I feel like my review is going to do this book justice, honestly. I sat down with this book not expecting too much just because I’d heard good things but I didn’t want to get my hopes up. It’s blown my mind how incredible this story was and how deeply ingrained in my heart it now feels. 

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo – Taylor Jenkins Reid

I have to admit, I had my doubts about this book. As always, the hype was high and I was definitely intimidated and worried that it would be a complete waste of my time, but, when my mum was looking for her newest read, I had to give Evelyn Hugo a shot and book club it with her. 

Sundays in Bed With… Priest

My exams are finally, finally over and I’m free to do whatever I want. I love having the freedom to read whatever I want and actually explore my interests (instead of reading textbooks all the time). 

Handle Me – Octavia Jensen

The Stag Brothers will forever and always have my heart. This series has made me laugh and cry and heal. It was such a beautiful representation of how a family should love each other, unconditionally. It was heartbreaking and wholesome and everything all at once.

Knives And Knuckledusters – Erin Mc Luckie Moya

If you’ve been following along with my reviews, tweets or anything about my reading, you know that I’ve been obsessed with Erin and her writing since she came out with Catching Cole, and the Veil trilogy. Knives and Knuckledusters is the last book in the Hell Hounds MC series that I’ve been completely devouring with every new release and I can’t believe it’s over!