Tuesday, 30 April 2019

Top Ten Tuesday ★ 7

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to The Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.

How it works: 

I assign each Tuesday a topic and then post my top ten list that fits that topic. You’re more than welcome to join me and create your own top ten (or 2, 5, 20, etc.) list as well. Feel free to put a unique spin on the topic to make it work for you! Please link back to That Artsy Reader Girl in your own post so that others know where to find more information. You’ll find the schedule of upcoming TTT topics below so you can plan ahead. I’ll post a Linky here on the blog each week so you can link up your post (if you want). If you don’t have a blog, post your picks in the comment section below! Have tons of fun talking books and getting to know your fellow bloggers!

NOTE: If a weekly topic is listed as a “freebie”, you are invited to come up with your own topic. Sometimes I will give your topic a theme, such as “love”, a season, or an upcoming holiday. That just means that you can come up with any topic you want that fits under that umbrella.

 - Jana of The Artsy Reader Girl



Inspirational/Thought Provoking Book Quotes

Did I skip last week? Yes. Do I hate myself for it? Yes. Am I going back to post it? Nope, probably not.
This week's prompt is inspirational or thought provoking book quotes. Easy peasy, right? Sort of. Before I moved, I had a quote wall and it was filled with quotes from books that mattered to me. I obviously didn't pack up a my bedroom wall and move it to another state. So we're winging it because this girl doesn't keep track of things digitally because I'm a luddite lite. I'm also hella lazy today, so limited linkage. As in, the books are not linked, my dear individuals of varying genders. Now on to the show!

"How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world."
-Anneleis Marie Frank
Anne Frank's Tales from the Annex

I first read Anne Frank when I was 9 or 10 years old and this stayed with me all these years. Anne didn't focus on hate, she just wanted to see the world become a better place. I stopped hating everybody and everything around that time and I like to think that reading this helped me change. 

"And this above all, to thine ownself be true."
-William Shakespeare
Hamlet

Raise your hand if you were raised by a Shakespearean Scholar? I was. I was also obsessed with Danny DeVito's Renaissance Man. It made me emotional! So, one of my earliest birthday presents was a complete unabridged collection of William Shakespeare. And I read it, y'all. I think I was in first grade maybe? Anyways, have you ever seen Renaissance Man? No? Well, the quote has stuck in my mind through everything I've been through. 

“We believe in ordinary acts of bravery, in the courage that drives one person to stand up for another.”
- Veronica Roth
Divergent

I actually haven't read the Divergent series, it's on my TBR list, but I know how it's supposed to end and I am not in the mood to read that. Nope. But this quote means so much to me from the movie that I had to include it. It's not cheating, it's creative thinking. It's technically from the book.

“Being poor is not an indication of potential or worth. It's a lack of resources.”
- Kim Harrison
A Perfect Blood

I live and die for my Kim Harrison collection, I've hardcovers, paperbacks, and ebooks. I could fill out every post with Rachel, Trent, Jenks, Ivy, and Al. But I don't. Be happy you only get this one earth-moving quote.

“With freedom, books, flowers, and the moon, who could not be happy?”
- Oscar Wilde

I adore Oscar Wilde. From the whole writing one of the gayest stories ever in 1890 to the weird ish he did. This guy made it his goal in life to live up to his surname. I'm not sure what book this quote is from, but I love quote and it's here. The end.


I know that's five quotes, but I hate quoting things. I do the coding myself so it's just a pain in the arse. Hella lazy, y'all. Just hella lazy.


Sunday, 21 April 2019

Stacking the Shelves ★ 7

Stacking The Shelves is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. This means you can include books you buy in physical store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course ebooks!
If you want to find out more about Stacking The Shelves, please visit the official launch page!

Cocktales by the Cocky Collective

About the Cocktales Anthology:Cocktales is a limited-release anthology (available *only* from May 26 – August 26, 2018) of original, never before published material, some of which is raw and unedited. Each story was specifically written for this anthology.
The goal of the Cocktales Anthology is to raise funds to fight against obstruction of creative expression. Specifically, what we believe are obstruction attempts through the trademarking of common (single) words for titicular use in books / or as a book series (eBooks, print, and audio).
*ALL* net profits will be donated to:
1) Authors already impacted by creative-obstruction (10%), and
2) Romance Writers of America (RWA) (90%) as a general donation intended for their Advocacy Fund.
Disclaimer: This anthology is not being conducted on behalf of RWA, nor does RWA endorse this anthology or effort. They have, however, graciously agreed to accept the funds.

Tidbit I'm sorry, did people not buy this book? Because I bought this book. Don't try to trademark common words, weirdos!
Geekerella by Ashley Poston
Geek girl Elle Wittimer lives and breathes Starfield, the classic science-fiction series she grew up watching with her late father. So when she sees a cosplay contest for a new Starfield movie, she has to enter. The prize? An invitation to the ExcelsiCon Cosplay Ball and a meet-and-greet with the actor slated to play Federation Prince Carmindor in the reboot. With savings from her gig at the Magic Pumpkin food truck and her dad's old costume, Elle's determined to win - unless her stepsisters get there first.

Teen actor Darien Freeman used to live for cons - before he was famous. Now they're nothing but autographs and awkward meet-and-greets. Playing Carmindor is all he has ever wanted, but Starfield fandom has written him off as just another dumb heartthrob. As ExcelsiCon draws near, Darien feels more and more like a fake - until he meets a girl who shows him otherwise. But when she disappears at midnight, will he ever be able to find her again?

Part-romance, part-love letter to nerd culture, and all totally adorbs, Geekerella is a fairy tale for anyone who believes in the magic of fandom.

Tidbit
I was given this as a gift from a friend of mine who knows how much I love A Cinderella Story. I'm still not sure about the book, but I love that someone gifted me a book that was in keeping with my dorky ways.

Dating You Hating You by Christina Lauren
All’s fair in love and work. The first standalone romance by New York Times and #1 international bestselling author Christina Lauren (Beautiful Bastard) is a sexy, compulsively readable romantic comedy that dives headlong into the thrill and doubt of modern love.

Despite the odds against them from an embarrassing meet-awkward at a mutual friend’s Halloween party, Carter and Evie immediately hit it off. Even the realization that they’re both high-powered agents at competing firms in Hollywood isn’t enough to squash the fire.

But when their two agencies merge—causing the pair to vie for the same position—all bets are off. What could have been a beautiful, blossoming romance turns into an all-out war of sabotage. Carter and Evie are both thirtysomething professionals—so why can’t they act like it?

Can Carter stop trying to please everyone and see how their mutual boss is really playing the game? Can Evie put aside her competitive nature long enough to figure out what she really wants in life? Can their actor clients just be something close to human? Whether these two Hollywood love/hatebirds get the storybook Hollywood ending or just a dramedy of epic proportions, you will get to enjoy Christina Lauren’s heartfelt, raucous, and hilarious romance style at its finest.
Tidbit
I've had this one for a minute or two, ha, but I keep forgetting it's on my kindle. When is there going to be a proper organisational method on that platform? But hey, anybody whose nickname is 'Evil' has my vote for awesome.


This weekend has been hell. I wrote about heading to SeaWorld for Manatee's birthday? Well, we went, I got heatsick to the point where I had loss of vision, joyeaux. Then I had to run errands Saturday and I forgot my MedGoBag so had to cut the day short despite the mile long To Do List and we came home to my brother being completely oblivious to the fact that the toilet had exploded and there was a freaking lake coming from the bathroom! Half the apartment was soaked in one way or another and I've been cleaning and doing laundry and whatnot all night and day. And my review for Friday is being postponed to this week because I have no schedule, the schedule does not exist, I have a swamp for an apartment and I'm cloroxing everything. Yeah, I'm having the worst year so far.

Wednesday, 17 April 2019

Down the TBR Hole ★ 7


Down the TBR Hole is a bookish meme created by Lia @ Lost in a Story.
Down the TBR Hole 411
Down The TBR Hole is a meme that revolves around cleansing your TBR of all those books you’re never going to read and sort through it all to know what’s actually on there.Most of you probably know this feeling, your Goodreads TBR pile keeps growing and growing and it seems like there is no light at the end of the tunnel. You keep adding, but you add more than you actually read. And then when youre scrolling through your list, you realize that you have no idea what half the books are about and why you added them. Well thats going to change!
It works like this:
• Order on ascending date added.
• Take the first 5 (or 10 (or even more!) if youre feeling adventurous) books. Of course, if you do this weekly, you start where you left off the last time.
• Read the synopses of the books
• Decide: Keep it or should it go?


We're back again with the segment known as Down the TBR Hole! Fasten your seatbelts, keep your hands and feet inside the vehicle at all times, Once Upon a Time,  I Read a Book and its owner is not responsible for any additions to your TBR list and is indemnified in any book buying that occurs as a result. 
Scared to Death by Rachel Amphlett
I'm making an effort to step outside of my cute and cosy comfort zone and I kind of like the sound of Scared to Death. I mean, I used to love this sort of book but then I found my niche and got stuck in there. Oops. So I'm keeping this and diving in soon!
Secrets in Our Scars by Rebecca Trogner
I was sucked in for this cover, do y'all see this cover? The synopsis still sounds interesting so I'm going to keep this on my TBR and put it on my buy list.
Bonfire by Krysten Ritter
Because I excel at running from my past, I'm passing on this one and removing it from my TBR.
When Gargoyles Rise by Ashley C Harris
Normally I'm all for gargoyle books, but I don't even know what to do with this book. Just the synopsis is confusing me so I'm going to take this one off of my TBR.
Hullmetal Girls by Emily Skrutskie
I'm on the fence about this one, honestly, but I bought it, it's on my kindle, I'm going to read it because "say hey if you're gay", right? No, but really. This is supposed to have a lot of LGBT rep and I'm definitely here for that. We'll see how that goes. I'm keeping Hull Metal Girls. 


Books I Removed  2
Books I Kept  3


Alright then! That wraps up this visit to the TBR Hole. Tell me, do you think I made any mistakes? Did I add to your TBR? Let me know in the comments!
Oh, and tomorrow's Manatee's TENTH birthday. AH! We're holding off the celebration until Friday and we're going to go to Sea World with a birthday button or whatever. Because I'm a dork.
Until next time, darling readers, have a happily ever after!

Tuesday, 16 April 2019

Top Ten Tuesday ★ 6

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to The Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.
How it works: 

I assign each Tuesday a topic and then post my top ten list that fits that topic. You’re more than welcome to join me and create your own top ten (or 2, 5, 20, etc.) list as well. Feel free to put a unique spin on the topic to make it work for you! Please link back to That Artsy Reader Girl in your own post so that others know where to find more information. You’ll find the schedule of upcoming TTT topics below so you can plan ahead. I’ll post a Linky here on the blog each week so you can link up your post (if you want). If you don’t have a blog, post your picks in the comment section below! Have tons of fun talking books and getting to know your fellow bloggers!

NOTE: If a weekly topic is listed as a “freebie”, you are invited to come up with your own topic. Sometimes I will give your topic a theme, such as “love”, a season, or an upcoming holiday. That just means that you can come up with any topic you want that fits under that umbrella.

 - Jana of The Artsy Reader Girl



Six Books On My Sunny Day List

This week's topic is actually "rainy day reads" but I'm the weirdass who has spent the past three decades hearing rain and doing everything in her power to get outside and into the rain. Seriously, between my somnambulance and my obsessive need to be in the rain, my mum put a sliding bolt lock at the top of the doors so I couldn't get outside without an adult when I was little. I'd skip class and just stand outside in the rain and freak everybody out because "you're going to get sick, Mags" (never did). On a date and it started raining? Yeah, I'd leave because rain. And no, thunder and lightning did not negate this compulsion of mine. Hence the bolt locks on the doors. Needless to say, this topic has nothing to do with me. I do, however, have a condition where my body doesn't regulate heat correctly and other issues that make bright sunshiny days problematic for me. So, hey, here's a list of books I'm saving for the summer when I'm going to be stuck indoors most of the time.

The Surface Breaks by Louise O'Neill
Deep beneath the sea, off the cold Irish coast, Gaia is a young mermaid who dreams of freedom from her controlling father. On her first swim to the surface, she is drawn towards a human boy. She longs to join his carefree world, but how much will she have to sacrifice? What will it take for the little mermaid to find her voice? Hans Christian Andersen's original fairy tale is reimagined through a searing feminist lens, with the stunning, scalpel-sharp writing and world building that has won Louise her legions of devoted fans. A book with the darkest of undercurrents, full of rage and rallying cries: storytelling at its most spellbinding.
Tidbit
I'm trying to be more open for fairy tale retellings if you haven't noticed. In my defense, I read so many different variations as a kid obsessed with myths and folklore that I have a low threshold for them. But these covers are killing me, I need to read them.
Girls on the Verge by Sharon Biggs Waller
A powerful, timely coming-of-age story about a young woman from Texas who goes on a road trip with two friends to get an abortion, from award-winning author Sharon Biggs Waller.
Camille couldn't be having a better summer. But on the very night she learns she got into a prestigious theater program, she also finds out she’s pregnant. She definitely can’t tell her parents. And her best friend, Bea, doesn’t agree with the decision Camille has made.
Camille is forced to try to solve her problem alone . . . and the system is very much working against her. At her most vulnerable, Camille reaches out to Annabelle Ponsonby, a girl she only barely knows from the theater. Happily, Annabelle agrees to drive her wherever she needs to go. And in a last-minute change of heart, Bea decides to come with.
Girls on the Verge is an incredibly timely novel about a woman’s right to choose. Sharon Biggs Waller brings to life a narrative that has to continue to fight for its right to be told, and honored.
Tidbit
Girls on the Verge was amongst a box of ARCs I won in a giveaway on Twitter and it may be a small book but it's got a big message in it, so I'm saving it for the summer when I can't do much of anything but read and type. And the cover's kinda punkish, sign me up, right?
An East Asian fantasy reimagining of The Evil Queen legend about one peasant girl's quest to become Empress--and the darkness she must unleash to achieve her destiny.Eighteen-year-old Xifeng is beautiful. The stars say she is destined for greatness, that she is meant to be Empress of Feng Lu. But only if she embraces the darkness within her. Growing up as a peasant in a forgotten village on the edge of the map, Xifeng longs to fulfill the destiny promised to her by her cruel aunt, the witch Guma, who has read the cards and seen glimmers of Xifeng's majestic future. But is the price of the throne too high?

Because in order to achieve greatness, she must spurn the young man who loves her and exploit the callous magic that runs through her veins--sorcery fueled by eating the hearts of the recently killed. For the god who has sent her on this journey will not be satisfied until his power is absolute.
Tidbit
I want so much to buy physical copies of this book but my mum's has severe ophidiophobia and she can't even look at a picture of a snake without flipping her ish. Anyways! I've had a kindle copy for a while now and I've been trying to find some time to read this and since I'm going to be babysitting my pyro nephew this summer, look what's keeping me company!
Markswoman by Rati Mehrotra
Kyra is the youngest Markswoman in the Order of Kali, one of a handful of sisterhoods of highly trained elite warriors. Armed with blades whose metal is imbued with magic and guided by a strict code of conduct, the Orders are sworn to keep the peace and protect the people of Asiana. Kyra has pledged to do so—yet she secretly harbors a fierce desire to avenge her murdered family.

When Tamsyn, the powerful and dangerous Mistress of Mental Arts, assumes control of the Order, Kyra is forced on the run. She is certain that Tamsyn committed murder in a twisted bid for power, but she has no proof.

Kyra escapes through one of the strange Transport Hubs that are the remnants of Asiana’s long-lost past and finds herself in the unforgiving wilderness of a desert that is home to the Order of Khur, the only Order composed of men. Among them is Rustan, a disillusioned Marksman whose skill with a blade is unmatched. He understands the desperation of Kyra’s quest to prove Tamsyn’s guilt, and as the two grow closer, training daily on the windswept dunes of Khur, both begin to question their commitment to their Orders. But what they don’t yet realize is that the line between justice and vengeance is thin . . . as thin as the blade of a knife.
Tidbit
This has been on my TBR for a while and now it has a sequel so I'm obligated to hurry my procrastinating arse up and read this soon so I can read Mahimata because these covers are killing me!
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
Could you survive on your own, in the wild, with everyone out to make sure you don't live to see the morning?
In the ruins of a place once known as North America lies the nation of Panem, a shining Capitol surrounded by twelve outlying districts. The Capitol is harsh and cruel and keeps the districts in line by forcing them all to send one boy and one girl between the ages of twelve and eighteen to participate in the annual Hunger Games, a fight to the death on live TV. Sixteen-year-old Katniss Everdeen, who lives alone with her mother and younger sister, regards it as a death sentence when she is forced to represent her district in the Games. But Katniss has been close to dead before - and survival, for her, is second nature. Without really meaning to, she becomes a contender. But if she is to win, she will have to start making choices that weigh survival against humanity and life against love.
New York Times bestselling author Suzanne Collins delivers equal parts suspense and philosophy, adventure and romance, in this searing novel set in a future with unsettling parallels to our present.
Tidbit
That's right, I haven't read The Hunger Games series yet. At the time the movies came out and I learned they based on books, I was going through some District 12-esque stuff and I was actually pretty triggered by just watching the opening of the movie. So, this is the soonest I've been comfortable reading the books.
See All The Stars by Kit Frick
Goodbye Days in this thrilling debut novel that sweeps readers away as they try to solve the mystery of what happened then to make Ellory so broken now.
It’s hard to find the truth beneath the lies you tell yourself.

Then: They were four—Bex, Jenni, Ellory, Ret. (Venus. Earth. Moon. Sun.) Electric, headstrong young women; Ellory’s whole solar system.

Now: Ellory is alone, her once inseparable group of friends torn apart by secrets, deception, and a shocking incident that changed their lives forever.

Then: Lazy summer days. A party. A beautiful boy. Ellory met Matthias and fell into the beginning of a spectacular, bright love.

Now: Ellory returns to Pine Brook to navigate senior year after a two-month suspension and summer away—no boyfriend, no friends. No going back. Tormented by some and sought out by others, troubled by a mysterious note-writer who won’t let Ellory forget, and consumed by guilt over her not entirely innocent role in everything and everyone she’s lost, Ellory finds that even in the present, the past is everywhere.

The path forward isn’t a straight line. And moving on will mean sorting the truth from the lies—the lies Ellory has been telling herself.
Tidbit
I've got this book sitting on my kindle guilting me every time I go looking for a new read but I haven't wanted to start it because I don't want it to fall short of expectations. But I'm tackling it this summer, y'all.


Okay, not quite ten, but I've been making doctor appointments all day. We're lucky this even got written, y'all. Also, Royal Pains is on Netflix and Reshma Shetty is a goddess, okay. Anyways! Let me know if you've read any of these in the comments, did you love them, hate them? Adopt them?
Until next time, have a happily ever after!

Sunday, 14 April 2019

Stacking the Shelves ★ 6

Stacking The Shelves is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. This means you can include books you buy in physical store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course ebooks!
If you want to find out more about Stacking The Shelves, please visit the official launch page!


Welcome to my fourth posting of Stacking the Shelves! I just read a tweet that said that books shouldn't have diverse characters unless they have a real purpose in the story. I just couldn't take anymore social media for the day after that one, y'all. So, hey, have some more authors of colour who've written some books I own that are filled with diverse characters.

A Bollywood Affair by Sonali Dev
Mili Rathod hasn’t seen her husband in twenty years—not since she was promised to him at the age of four. Yet marriage has allowed Mili a freedom rarely given to girls in her village. Her grandmother has even allowed her to leave India and study in America for eight months, all to make her the perfect modern wife. Which is exactly what Mili longs to be—if her husband would just come and claim her. 
Bollywood’s favorite director, Samir Rathod, has come to Michigan to secure a divorce for his older brother. Persuading a naïve village girl to sign the papers should be easy for someone with Samir’s tabloid-famous charm. But Mili is neither a fool nor a gold-digger. Open-hearted yet complex, she’s trying to reconcile her independence with cherished traditions. And before he can stop himself, Samir is immersed in Mili’s life—cooking her dal and rotis, escorting her to her roommate’s elaborate Indian wedding, and wondering where his loyalties and happiness lie.
Heartfelt, witty, and thoroughly engaging, Sonali Dev’s debut is both a vivid exploration of modern India and a deeply honest story of love, in all its diversity. 
Tidbit
I bought all four books in this series after my neurologist saw me reading My So-Called Bollywood Life and told me about the series. I plan on reading them sometime in the summer when I'm stuck inside most of the time (dang heat sensitivity) and I'll let y'all know how they are!
North to You by Tif Marcelo
In this warmhearted and charming debut from Tif Marcelo, a food truck chef and her long lost Army love clash when they cross paths in San Francisco.

Camille Marino has got a full plate. As the sole guardian of her eighteen-year-old sister and the head chef and owner of a food truck, she’s used to life being a juggling act. With food to cook, social media accounts to manage, and a little sister to look after, she doesn’t have time for much else.

That is, until Drew Bautista walks back into her life.

Drew is Camille’s former high school crush and he returns to San Francisco to repair his relationship with his father before he ships out for deployment. By helping his father renovate his failing Filipino restaurant, he hopes to win back his respect. But when sparks fly between Drew and Camille—his father’s major competition and sworn enemy—Drew is conflicted. Should he join his father in the war against her food truck? Or surrender to the woman who’s given him a second chance at love. 

Tidbit
Food romance? Urm, yes, please! Also, blue cover. I'm done, bury me.
Dragon Pearl by Yoon Ha Lee
To keep the family safe, Min’s mother insists that none of them use any fox-magic, such as Charm or shape-shifting. They must appear human at all times. Min feels hemmed in by the household rules and resents the endless chores, the cousins who crowd her, and the aunties who judge her. She would like nothing more than to escape Jinju, her neglected, dust-ridden, and impoverished planet. She’s counting the days until she can follow her older brother, Jun, into the Space Forces and see more of the Thousand Worlds.

When word arrives that Jun is suspected of leaving his post to go in search of the Dragon Pearl, Min knows that something is wrong. Jun would never desert his battle cruiser, even for a mystical object rumored to have tremendous power. She decides to run away to find him and clear his name.

Min’s quest will have her meeting gamblers, pirates, and vengeful ghosts. It will involve deception, lies, and sabotage. She will be forced to use more fox-magic than ever before, and to rely on all of her cleverness and bravery. The outcome may not be what she had hoped, but it has the potential to exceed her wildest dreams.
Tidbit
Okay, so when I went in to buy the hardcover at Barnes & Noble, I had my mum helping me look and we were looking all over the store. And we couldn't find it anywhere at all. Finally, I went to ask one of the clerks for help and they took us on another trip around the store and we still could find it. I turn around in frustration (total mini stomping tantrum, okay), and I trip over my own feet and almost fall into a display full of Dragon Pearl copies that we'd all walked past a dozen times. Yeah, that happened.
Battle for Bittora by Anuja Chauhan
Twenty-five-year-old Jinni lives in Mumbai, works in a hip animation studio and is perfectly happy with her carefree and independent existence. Until her bossy grandmother shows up and announces that it is Jinni’s 'duty' to drop everything and come and contest the upcoming Lok Sabha elections from their sleepy hometown, Bittora. Of course Jinni swears she won't. But she soon ends up swathed in cotton saris and frumpy blouses, battling prickly heat, corruption and accusations of nymphomania as candidate Sarojini Pande, a daughter of the illustrious Pande dynasty of Pavit Pradesh. And if life isn’t fun enough already, her main opposition turns out to be Bittora ex-royal, Zain Altaf Khan – an irritatingly idealistic though undeniably lustworthy individual with whom Jinni shares a complicated history…
Enlivened by Chauhan’s characteristic brand of wicked humour and sexy romanticism, this is a rollicking new tale of young India.
Tidbit
This was a random buy whilst wandering the kindle store one night, but heyyy its got a pretty cover and a good story, worth it.
Welcome to Andover… where superpowers are common, but internships are complicated. Just ask high school nobody, Jessica Tran. Despite her heroic lineage, Jess is resigned to a life without superpowers and is merely looking to beef-up her college applications when she stumbles upon the perfect (paid!) internship—only it turns out to be for the town’s most heinous supervillain. On the upside, she gets to work with her longtime secret crush, Abby, who Jess thinks may have a secret of her own. Then there’s the budding attraction to her fellow intern, the mysterious “M,” who never seems to be in the same place as Abby. But what starts as a fun way to spite her superhero parents takes a sudden and dangerous turn when she uncovers a plot larger than heroes and villains altogether.
Tidbit
I got this one after reading a Wattpad superhero romance, okay. I needed more superhero love.


I'm now wondering what I'll have in store for my next post myself after this, y'all. I'm a cover shopper, can you tell? Just look at them! They're gorgeous! So, have I added to your shelves? Have you read any of these? What did you think of them? Let me know in the comments! Until next time, have a happily ever after!