Confessions of a book blogger about.. books?! Maybe I rip them up, maybe I eat them, maybe I lick them. Maybe I simply sit on them? Find out here! [Yeah, nothing like those things.]
I saw this book everywhere when it was just released and.. well.. I couldn't not get myself a copy and then neglect it for a while? I am proud to say I read it way sooner than some other releases I pre-ordered though.. Anyway - time for my review!
You might or might not know how this girl is going to YALC next week. I never posted my TBR but.. Let's just say there were plenty of books on there and I haven't even succeeded at reading half of them? I'm still trying my best but.. remember that slump I thought I beat last week? Well.. I haven't.
And we're back to this again. Adapting the prompt to something I like more because I don't like the proposed one. I don't even read short stories or novellas all that often. At all. The only novella I read and loved this year is A Court of Frost and Starlight - that's it. I like my books big, okay? So, of course, I had to change this week's prompt to something else.
Today's one of those days were something rare happens: I'm part of a blog tour. I rarely do that, but I really wanted to share this book because I believe it to be one of a kind. Set in South Africa - more specifically Cape Town - I was intrigued immediately. I love romance novels set in different countries outside of the "ordinary" London and Paris ones. Romance in Africa? Count me in!
Who're my auto-buy authors? Do I review every book I read? What book am I sooo impatient for because I need it yesterday? Find out in this post!
Usually I review the first book in a series and then stop reviewing the entire series - more because that's my own personal choice than anything else. Today I'm doing it a bit differently. I'm reviewing the first two installments of The Finishing School-series to see whether or not I should continue them.