Amy Rose Bennett’s Up All Night With A Good Duke is just the kind of fun romance novel you’re looking for.
By the Book is Jasmine Guillory’s newest page turner. This review explains why we couldn’t put it down and why we think you’ll love it!
Out There offers a breadth of representation and genres. But while some stories are definitely worth the read, others can be safely skipped.
If you’re looking for your next summer read, look no further than Emily Henry‘s newest book: Book Lovers. It’s my favorite book I’ve read this year, and I think it’s Henry’s best so far. So, let’s give you a rundown…
James Patterson, otherwise known as Richard Castle’s poker buddy, opened his mouth and showed his privilege real bad.
Jesmeen Kaur Deo talks TJ Powar Has Something to Prove and deconstructing beauty standards in our exclusive interview.
The People’s Princess is among the latest Royal stories, blending fiction and historical events. Read on for a full review!
We talked to Forging Silver Into Stars author Brigid Kemmerer about her new book and returning to the Cursebreakers world.
The balance of good and evil is always a finicky thing. Somehow, you have to maintain both in order to have balance. “Did you every wonder, where every great fairytale begins?” We had and a lot of questions were answered…
Looking for some LGBTQ+ books to read this Pride? Queerly Not Straight has you covered with some suggestions.
A Rip Through Time by Kelley Armstrong features a fascinating premise, but the execution falls a little flat.
This Is Not A Book About Benedict Cumberbatch is truly not about the British actor, it’s a book about joy and finding it, with a little bitch of Cumberbatch and Cumberbitches tossed in.
We talked to Samira Ahmed about her book Hollow Fires, following your curiosity and writing for young adults.
The Ghosts of Rose Hill is a moving tale about love & loss, grief & hope, that will stay with readers long after they turn the final page.
‘Ayesha at Last’ brings together the ruthless marriage market, busybody aunties, lost dreams, retribution, and a whole lot of Shakespeare.
Rachel Barenbaum’s latest book, ‘Atomic Anna’, is a poignant re-visiting of a real life tragedy that changed the world.
Desperately Seeking a Duchess by Christi Caldwell is a fun and unusual friends-to-lovers romance set in the Regency era.
If a book is billed as spooky, suspenseful, and sapphic, I’m usually sold—and The Drowning Summer by Christine Lynn Herman largely lived up to my expectations.
Simu Liu’s memoir, ‘We Were Dreamers,’ is honest, hopeful, and more. But, above all, his book is about understanding.