TBR Finds #1 (2017)

Hello world! 🙋

It’s been a while since I posted a TBR finds post (that was redundant,lol) on my blog. So for those who haven’t encountered this, it’s just me featuring the recent books I added on my Goodreads to-read shelf. Click on the title to lead you on their respective Goodreads page.
Here they are:

1. The Secret History by Donna Tartt

– I added this because it has the “how to get away with murder” vibe. Not sure if I’m correct. 😁
2. Legacy of Kings by Eleanor Herman

– I promised to read a lot of fantasy this year. My first two tries are not that great but hopefully this one will be great. ❤

3. Sabriel by Garth Nix

– I watched a booktube video praising this book and I think it’s also a fantasy book. ❤

4. The Hogwarts Collection  by J.K. Rowling

This one I added for nostalgia purposes. I haven’t read The Cursed Child and I’m not sure I ever will but this book (collection of snippets) I will surely read.👍

5. Backward Glass by David Lomax

I have seen this on one of the Top Ten Tuesday underrated books post. The concept of travelling through time using mirrors is intriguing. We’ll see if it’s good.
6. The Keeper of Lost Things by Ruth Hogan

Those covers are sooo pretty and adorable. Hopefully it will be a great story. This is not yet published so I might wait for a little while for this.😸
On the side note, my work sched changed. I’m a bit stressed but still fighting.👊


TBR Finds (October 22)

It’s been a while guys.✌ I found a lot of gems this week…😆 Can’t wait to share them with you.💜

Here are the books I added on my goodreads this week and the ones I’m most excited for. Title links to their respective goodreads page:

1. Nemesis by Anna Banks


Princess Sepora of Serubel is the last Forger in all the five kingdoms. The spectorium she creates provides energy for all, but now her father has found a way to weaponize it, and his intentions to incite war force her to flee his grasp. She escapes across enemy lines into the kingdom of Theoria, but her plans to hide are thwarted when she is captured and placed in the young king’s servitude.

Tarik has just taken over rulership of Theoria, and must now face a new plague sweeping through his kingdom and killing his citizens. The last thing he needs is a troublesome servant vying for his attention. But Mistress Sepora will not be ignored. When the two finally meet face-to-face, they form an unlikely bond that complicates life in ways neither of them could have imagined.

– I’ve been seeing this cover for a bit now and finally read the blurb and I’m excited to get my hands on this.😆

2. Gamescape : Overworld by Emma Trevayne


The planet is dying. Centuries of abuse have damaged the earth beyond repair, and now all the authorities can do is polish the surface, make the landscape look pretty to hide the disease within. Two prominent yet mysterious businessmen couldn’t fix it, either, but they did something even better. Together, they invented Chimera, the most complex and immersive virtual reality video game the world has ever known. The Cubes in which Chimera is played quickly became a fixture of this landscape: part distraction, part hospital, and almost wholly responsible for holding up the failing world economy.

Miguel Anderson is also dying. He isn’t the only one who plays the game–everybody does–but Miguel has more reason than most: When players leave their Cubes for the day, the upgrades and enhancements they’ve earned for their virtual characters leave with them. New lungs to breathe poisoned air, skin that won’t burn under the sun are great and everything… but Miguel, born as broken as the earth, needs a new heart–and soon–if he wants any hope of surviving just a little longer.

– one of my bizarre dreams is to live inside a game, lol.😁

3. The Dark Days Club by Alison Goodman


London, April 1812. On the eve of eighteen-year-old Lady Helen Wrexhall’s presentation to the queen, one of her family’s housemaids disappears-and Helen is drawn into the shadows of Regency London. There, she meets Lord Carlston, one of the few who can stop the perpetrators: a cabal of demons infiltrating every level of society. Dare she ask for his help, when his reputation is almost as black as his lingering eyes? And will her intelligence and headstrong curiosity wind up leading them into a death trap? 

– the time period, the blurb and demons? Totally in.🙋

4. The Snow Globe by Jenna Nelson


By day, Sondrine Renfrew works at Cimmerian’s Curio Emporium, her aunt’s apothecary and antique shop in London, 1875. By night, she weaves fire, water, and air into both inanimate objects and living creatures. When a hooded stranger offers Sondrine a snow globe in trade for medicinal herbs, she accepts, enchanted by the castle, forest, and sea encapsulated under the glass.

Her enchantment fades, however, when her deceitful aunt betroths her to one of London’s wealthiest men—a complete stranger. Determined to escape the marriage, Sondrine trades her corset for trousers and decides to run away. With one foot out the door, she falls down a veritable rabbit hole into Winterhaven, the haunting world inside the snow globe.

– I love the idea of diving into a snow globe world, so yep.👍

5. The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie by Jennifer Ashley


It was whispered all through London Society that Ian Mackenzie was mad, that he’d spent his youth in an asylum, and was not to be trusted — especially with a lady.

Yet Beth found herself inexorably drawn to the Scottish lord. Despite his decadence and his intimidating intelligence, she could see that he needed help- her help.

Because suddenly the only thing that made sense to her was…the Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie.

–  it’s been awhile since I read historical romance, so I’m adding this one.❤

6. Flame in the Mist by Renée Ahdieh


The daughter of a prominent samurai, Mariko has long known her place—she may be an accomplished alchemist, whose cunning rivals that of her brother Kenshin, but because she is not a boy, her future has always been out of her hands. At just seventeen years old, Mariko is promised to Minamoto Raiden, the son of the emperor’s favorite consort—a political marriage that will elevate her family’s standing. But en route to the imperial city of Inako, Mariko narrowly escapes a bloody ambush by a dangerous gang of bandits known as the Black Clan, who she learns has been hired to kill her before she reaches the palace.

Dressed as a peasant boy, Mariko sets out to infiltrate the ranks of the Black Clan, determined to track down the person responsible for the target on her back. But she’s quickly captured and taken to the Black Clan’s secret hideout, where she meets their leader, the rebel ronin Takeda Ranmaru, and his second-in-command, his best friend Okami. Still believing her to be a boy, Ranmaru and Okami eventually warm to Mariko, impressed by her intellect and ingenuity. As Mariko gets closer to the Black Clan, she uncovers a dark history of secrets, of betrayal and murder, which will force her to question everything she’s ever known. 



Ah, work is a hindrance. Haha.😁

I want to read so much but I’m so tired and sleepy most of the time.😿

But, I’ll persevere and make this month a better one.😎

Happy weekends!😘


TBR Finds (October 2)

I found a lot of gems this week…😆 Can’t wait to share them with you.💜

Here are the books I added on my goodreads this week and the ones I’m most excited for. Title links to their respective goodreads page:

1. Something Strange and Deadly by Susan Dennard


Eleanor Fitt has a lot to worry about.

Her brother has gone missing, her family has fallen on hard times, and her mother is determined to marry her off to any rich young man who walks by. But this is nothing compared to what she’s just read in the newspaper:

The Dead are rising in Philadelphia.

And then, in a frightening attack, a zombie delivers a letter to Eleanor . . . from her brother.

– that cover and blurb is interesting.👍

2. The Devil’s Intern by Donna Hosie


“How did you die?”

It’s the most popular question in Hell, and Mitchell Johnson has been answering it ever since he was hit by a bus at age seventeen and inexplicably ended up in the Underworld. Now Mitchell is The Devil’s intern in Hell’s accounting office. Lately, he’s noticed a disturbing trend: the volume of new arrivals is straining Hell’s limited resources. Then Mitchell overhears his boss discussing plans to limit newcomers with a legendary time travel mechanism. With a device like that, Mitchell realizes, he could change history and prevent his own death. 

Mitchell’s plot goes awry when his three closest friends—Alfarin, the Viking prince; Elinor, from 17th-century London; and Melissa, from 1960s San Francisco—insert themselves into his plans. 

– it’s a unique premise but I think it will either be epic or epic fail. But it’s interesting.❤

3. The School for Good and Evil by Soman Chainani


This year, best friends Sophie and Agatha are about to discover where all the lost children go: the fabled School for Good & Evil, where ordinary boys and girls are trained to be fairy tale heroes and villains. As the most beautiful girl in Gavaldon, Sophie has dreamed of being kidnapped into an enchanted world her whole life. With her pink dresses, glass slippers, and devotion to good deeds, she knows she’ll earn top marks at the School for Good and graduate a storybook princess. Meanwhile Agatha, with her shapeless black frocks, wicked pet cat, and dislike of nearly everyone, seems a natural fit for the School for Evil.

But when the two girls are swept into the Endless Woods, they find their fortunes reversed—Sophie’s dumped in the School for Evil to take Uglification, Death Curses, and Henchmen Training, while Agatha finds herself in the School For Good, thrust amongst handsome princes and fair maidens for classes in Princess Etiquette and Animal Communication.. But what if the mistake is actually the first clue to discovering who Sophie and Agatha really are…?

– I’ve been seeing this book like everywhere and I never bothered to know the blurb of it until yesterday, wow. What a premise. Hope it delivers.💜

4. Dance With Me by Heidi Cullinan


Sometimes life requires a partner.

Ed Maurer has bounced back, more or less, from the neck injury that permanently benched his semipro football career. He hates his soul-killing office job, but he loves volunteering at a local community center. The only fly in his ointment is the dance instructor, Laurie Parker, who can’t seem to stay out of his way.

Laurie was once one of the most celebrated ballet dancers in the world, but now he volunteers at Halcyon Center to avoid his society mother’s machinations. It would be a perfect escape, except for the oaf of a football player cutting him glares from across the room.

When Laurie has a ballroom dancing emergency and Ed stands in as his partner, their perceptions of each other turn upside down.

– that cover and it’s about dancing. 💜 It has a M/M tag on goodreads..

5. Timekeeper by Tara Sim


Two o’clock was missing. 

In an alternate Victorian world controlled by clock towers, a damaged clock can fracture time—and a destroyed one can stop it completely.

It’s a truth that seventeen-year-old clock mechanic Danny Hart knows all too well; his father has been trapped in a Stopped town east of London for three years. Though Danny is a prodigy who can repair not only clockwork, but the very fabric of time, his fixation with staging a rescue is quickly becoming a concern to his superiors.

And so they assign him to Enfield, a town where the tower seems to be forever plagued with problems. Danny’s new apprentice both annoys and intrigues him, and though the boy is eager to work, he maintains a secretive distance. Danny soon discovers why: he is the tower’s clock spirit, a mythical being that oversees Enfield’s time. Though the boys are drawn together by their loneliness, Danny knows falling in love with a clock spirit is forbidden, and means risking everything he’s fought to achieve.

– it’s not yet published! Aaaahh.. Give it to me!🙏

6. When by Victoria Laurie


Maddie Fynn is a shy high school junior, cursed with an eerie intuitive ability: she sees a series of unique digits hovering above the foreheads of each person she encounters. Her earliest memories are marked by these numbers, but it takes her father’s premature death for Maddie and her family to realize that these mysterious digits are actually death dates, and just like birthdays, everyone has one.

Forced by her alcoholic mother to use her ability to make extra money, Maddie identifies the quickly approaching death date of one client’s young son, but because her ability only allows her to see the when and not the how, she’s unable to offer any more insight. When the boy goes missing on that exact date, law enforcement turns to Maddie.

– OMG😍 I love the blurb and that cover is adorbs!💜👍


Oohhh.. I need all these books NOW.😻

I’m seeing a lot of September Wrap-Ups and October TBRs. It’s fun reading how others’ September went. I’ll be posting mine soon-ish. But I don’t think I’ll post an October TBR. It never worked for me. Lol.😁

Have a great weekend!😘



My Untouched Trilogies

Hello world!🙋

So, I’ve been in a bit of a slump for a while now after trying to finish a book and just managed to add another unfortunate one on my infamous DNF pile.😿

I tried scanning my reader for anything that might catch my interest but… imagine my amazement when I noticed how many trilogies I have.

Guys, I have 9, NINE UNTOUCHED TRILOGIES. That’s 27 books. 😮

Here are the trilogies I’m referring to:

1. The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien


– I know this is a must read trilogy. I just need the right mood to start this. I’m scared of the size of each book.

2. The Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare


– I just need to finish The Mortal Instruments first then I’m all set for this.

3. Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins


– I can’t remember what made me get all three of these. Uhm, nope. Can’t remember.😛

4. Chaos Walking by Patrick Ness


– I’m so intrigued with Patrick Ness and I wanted to start with this trilogy of his.

5. The Wolves of Mercy Falls by Maggie Stiefvater


– I wanted to read this before I start the Raven Cycle Series.

6. Penryn & the End of Days by Susan Ee


– I learned about this trilogy through the blogging community and I heard a lot of good things about it.

7. Slated by Teri Terry


– I think the blurb of the first book made me interested on this trilogy.

8. Newsoul by Jodi Meadows


– I learned about this trilogy on a booktube account I’ve been following. She was so convincing so…

9. Graceling Realm by Kristin Cashore


– Another booktube find… Seems interesting.


I swear I didn’t even took a single peak on every first book of each of these trilogies. Which one should I bump up my TBR? They all seem interesting.😍

Don’t even get me started with my unfinished seriesSSS… 😱

My TBR as always is a chaos. And still, my reading slump continues to pester me.:'(

On a lighter note, I have lots of posts for this weekend. Need to catch up, lol.😁



TBR Finds (September 25)

My work load is starting to pressure me but I will fight back! With what? My bookish life…😘

Here are the books I added on my goodreads this week and the ones I’m most excited for. Title links to their respective goodreads page:

1. The Forgetting by Sharon Cameron


What isn’t written, isn’t remembered. Even your crimes.

Nadia lives in the city of Canaan, where life is safe and structured, hemmed in by white stone walls and no memory of what came before. But every twelve years the city descends into the bloody chaos of the Forgetting, a day of no remorse, when each person’s memories – of parents, children, love, life, and self – are lost. Unless they have been written.

In Canaan, your book is your truth and your identity, and Nadia knows exactly who hasn’t written the truth. Because Nadia is the only person in Canaan who has never forgotten.

2. The Girl With All The Gifts by M.R. Carey


Melanie is a very special girl. Dr. Caldwell calls her “our little genius.”

Every morning, Melanie waits in her cell to be collected for class. When they come for her, Sergeant Parks keeps his gun pointing at her while two of his people strap her into the wheelchair. She thinks they don’t like her. She jokes that she won’t bite, but they don’t laugh.

Melanie loves school. She loves learning about spelling and sums and the world outside the classroom and the children’s cells. She tells her favorite teacher all the things she’ll do when she grows up. Melanie doesn’t know why this makes Miss Justineau look sad.

3. Sleeping Beauty by Jenni James


The sleeping girl has no idea she is asleep. 

After Aleyna witnessed the cruel deaths of her family, she was put to sleep by Ezralon the unicorn. He has been keeping her safe, hidden in the forest, until her true prince could come and rescue her. 

While Aleyna is protected in the forest, her spirit walks the halls of her ruined, deserted castle in a dream-like existence, believing everything is still perfect. However, she is halted in this state—almost as if time were frozen—until the prince awakens her. 

Prince Darién of Lybrooke Court loves a challenge as much as the next man, but believes it will be a fool’s errand to rescue a ghost who is already dead! He’s convinced no one could have survived sleeping thirty years, so what is the point of rescuing a girl who is quite content to haunt on her own?

Of course, if Darién wasn’t so afraid of ghouls, this whole thing could be much easier to fathom…

4. Been Here All Along by Sandy Hall


Gideon always has a plan. His plans include running for class president, becoming head of the yearbook committee, and having his choice of colleges. They do NOT include falling head over heels for his best friend and next door neighbor, Kyle. It’s a distraction. It’s pointless, as Kyle is already dating the gorgeous and popular head cheerleader, Ruby. And Gideon doesn’t know what to do.

Kyle finally feels like he has a handle on life. He has a wonderful girlfriend, a best friend willing to debate the finer points of Lord of the Rings, and social acceptance as captain of the basketball team. Then, both Ruby and Gideon start acting really weird, just as his spot on the team is threatened, and Kyle can’t quite figure out what he did wrong… 

5. Adorkable by Cookie O’Gorman


Seventeen-year-old Sally Spitz is done with dating. Or at least, she’s done with the horrible blind dates/hookups/sneak attacks her matchmaking bestie, Hooker, sets her up on. There’s only so much one geek girl and Gryffindor supporter can take.

Her solution: she needs a fake boyfriend. And fast.

Enter Becks, soccer phenom, all-around-hottie, and Sally’s best friend practically since birth. When Sally asks Becks to be her F.B.F. (fake boyfriend), Becks is only too happy to be used. He’d do anything for Sal–even if that means giving her PDA lessons in his bedroom, saying she’s “more than pretty,” and expertly kissing her at parties.

The problem: Sally’s been in love with Becks all her life–and he’s completely clueless.

6. For The Love Of English by A.M. Hargrove


Single dad, Beckley Bridges, is sexy as hell. 
No, really, he’s the hottest thing since the sun was created. 
Honest to God, crack an egg on him and the thing will sizzle.
So what’s the problem? 
He’s also a gigantic jerk. 
I hate the bastard. 
I try to avoid him at all costs. 
But for some reason, everywhere I go he seems to show up. 

Only the real issue is his daughter, English.
She’s an adorable quirky first-grader who’s the sweetest thing since iced tea.
And she’s one of my students but also the love of his life.
So I have to deal with him on a professional level. 
It’s not easy. 
On a scale of easy to hard, dealing with Beckley Bridges is like nails screeching across a blackboard.

But when English’s mother tries to gain custody after abandoning her on Beckley’s doorstep as an infant, he’ll do anything possible to keep English under his roof. 

That’s how he ends up propositioning me.

And crazy as it sounds? 

I find myself considering it. 


September is about to end. I don’t know where or how time flies sooo fast. And amazingly my TBR is increasing without any sign of stopping, lol.😁

Tomorrow is Monday again.. Ugh, back to work. I still need my rest…😭

Actually give me my sacred reading time.. I need lots of them.😭

Hope you guys had a better weekend!😘



TBR Finds (August20)

I’ve been busy but not that busy that I spotted a lot of gems this past days.😸

Here are the books I added on my goodreads this week and the ones I’m most excited for. Title links to their respective goodreads page:

1. The Forbidden Wish by Jessica Khoury


She is the most powerful Jinni of all. He is a boy from the streets. Their love will shake the world… 

When Aladdin discovers Zahra’s jinni lamp, Zahra is thrust back into a world she hasn’t seen in hundreds of years—a world where magic is forbidden and Zahra’s very existence is illegal. She must disguise herself to stay alive, using ancient shape-shifting magic, until her new master has selected his three wishes. 

But when the King of the Jinn offers Zahra a chance to be free of her lamp forever, she seizes the opportunity—only to discover she is falling in love with Aladdin. When saving herself means betraying him, Zahra must decide once and for all: is winning her freedom worth losing her heart?

2. Elsewhere by Gabrielle Zevin


Welcome to Elsewhere. It is warm, with a breeze, and the beaches are marvelous. It’s quiet and peaceful. You can’t get sick or any older. Curious to see new paintings by Picasso? Swing by one of Elsewhere’s museums. Need to talk to someone about your problems? Stop by Marilyn Monroe’s psychiatric practice.

Elsewhere is where fifteen-year-old Liz Hall ends up, after she has died. It is a place so like Earth, yet completely different. Here Liz will age backward from the day of her death until she becomes a baby again and returns to Earth. But Liz wants to turn sixteen, not fourteen again. She wants to get her driver’s license. She wants to graduate from high school and go to college. And now that she’s dead, Liz is being forced to live a life she doesn’t want with a grandmother she has only just met. And it is not going well. How can Liz let go of the only life she has ever known and embrace a new one? Is it possible that a life lived in reverse is no different from a life lived forward?

3. Recurve by Shannon Mayer


My name is Larkspur, and I am an Elemental.

My people use the power of the earth to sustain life and defy our enemies. I should be at my father’s side as a royal princess. But as a half-breed, bastard child, that isn’t going to happen.

I’ve been accused of attacking the queen, my wicked stepmother, and my life is suddenly on the line. I have only two options left to me: banishment, or training to become one of the King’s Elite Guards, an Ender.

Option one will kill me.

Option two is meant to break me, but it’s the only way to survive.

Did I mention I have no power like the rest of the elementals, and my connection to the earth is worth next to nothing?

4. My Fair Princess by Vanessa Kelly


Despite being the illegitimate daughter of a prince, Gillian Dryden is happily ignorant of all social graces. After growing up wild in Italy, Gillian has been ordered home to England to find a suitable husband. And Charles Valentine Penley, the excessively proper, distractingly handsome Duke of Leverton, has agreed to help transform her from a willful tomboy to a blushing debutante.

Powerful and sophisticated, Charles can make or break reputations with a well-placed word. But his new protégée, with her habit of hunting bandits and punching earls, is a walking scandal. The ton is aghast . . . but Charles is thoroughly intrigued. Tasked with taking the hoyden in hand, he longs to take her in his arms instead. Can such an outrageous attraction possibly lead to a fairytale ending? 

5. After The End by Amy Plum


World War III has left the world ravaged by nuclear radiation. A lucky few escaped to the Alaskan wilderness. They’ve survived for the last thirty years by living off the land, being one with nature, and hiding from whoever else might still be out there.

At least, this is what Juneau has been told her entire life.

When Juneau returns from a hunting trip to discover that everyone in her clan has vanished, she sets off to find them. Leaving the boundaries of their land for the very first time, she learns something horrifying: There never was a war. Cities were never destroyed. The world is intact. Everything was a lie.

Now Juneau is adrift in a modern-day world she never knew existed. But while she’s trying to find a way to rescue her friends and family, someone else is looking for her. Someone who knows the extraordinary truth about the secrets of her past.

6. Plus One by Elizabeth Fama


A dying wish. A family divided. A love that defies the law.

Sol Le Coeur is a Smudge–a night dweller in an America rigidly divided between people who wake, live, and work during the hours of darkness and those known as Rays, who live and work during daylight. Impulsive, passionate, and brave, Sol concocts a plan to kidnap her newborn niece–a Ray–in order to bring the baby to visit her dying grandfather. Sol’s violation of the day/night curfew is already a serious crime, but when her kidnap attempt goes awry, she stumbles on a government conspiracy to manipulate the Smudge population. Sol escapes the authorities with an unexpected ally: a Ray who gets in her way, a boy she might have hated if fate hadn’t forced them on the run together–a boy the world now tells her she can’t love.


So many books, too little time. This is sooo true for me right now.😿

Look at these books! 😍

I need more reading time.😭

Anyways, happy weekend!😘



TBR Finds (August5)

Hey, I decided to just stick with TBR Finds as title for my recent book finds.😘

There’s a lot of books I’ve been adding on my goodreads this week and here are the ones I’m most excited for. Title links to their respective goodreads page:

1. The Foxhole Court by Nora Sakavic


Neil Josten is the newest addition to the Palmetto State University Exy team. He’s short, he’s fast, he’s got a ton of potential—and he’s the runaway son of the murderous crime lord known as The Butcher.

Signing a contract with the PSU Foxes is the last thing a guy like Neil should do. The team is high profile and he doesn’t need sports crews broadcasting pictures of his face around the nation. His lies will hold up only so long under this kind of scrutiny and the truth will get him killed.

2. Cities by Carla de Guzman


Celia has dreams. 
She dreams of going to Seoul for that scholarship she never took, of leaving everything behind and moving to New York. 
In all those dreams, she finds herself attached to Benedict, the boy she has always loved, who didn’t love her back. 

Ben believes in parallel worlds. 
Worlds where the things you didn’t do come true—worlds where he went to London and fell in love with Celia, where he shows up on the day she needed him most. He believes that dreams are glimpses into that parallel world, and it’s not a coincidence that Celia’s been having them too. 

3. The Next Together by Lauren James


How many times can you lose the person you love? 

Katherine and Matthew are destined to be born again and again, century after century. Each time, their presence changes history for the better, and each time, they fall hopelessly in love, only to be tragically separated. 

Spanning the Crimean War, the Siege of Carlisle and the near-future of 2019 and 2039 they find themselves sacrificing their lives to save the world. But why do they keep coming back? What else must they achieve before they can be left to live and love in peace? 

4. Fear My Mortality by Everly Frost


In a world where people are invulnerable to illness and death, with lives spanning hundreds of years, a sixteen-year-old becomes witness to the impossible – her brother’s failure to regenerate after death after which she suspects that she too may be mortal.

5. A Week Of Mondays by Jessica Brody


As far as Mondays go, it doesn’t get much worse than this. And Ellie is positive that if she could just do it all over again, she would get it right. So when she wakes up the next morning to find she’s reliving theexact same day, she knows what she has to do: stop her boyfriend from breaking up with her. But it seems no matter how many do-overs she gets or how hard Ellie tries to repair her relationship, Tristan always seems bent set on ending it. Will Ellie ever figure out how to fix this broken day? Or will she be stuck in this nightmare of a Monday forever?

6. The Academy by Emmaline Andrews


My name is Kris Jameson and I’m a student at the Royal Academy. I’m at the top of all my classes, what they call a “model student.” There’s only one problem—the Academy is an all boys school and I’m a girl.


I found a lot of gems this week. 😍

How’s everyone’s book hunt? My TBR pile is increasing but I just can’t stop..😁

Happy weekend!😘