Blue Ticket by Sophie Mackintosh (NetGalley Review)

Choice governs our lives, whether we like it or not–and no choice invites more controversy or debate than a woman’s choice to have children. But what if that choice was made for you?

Pizza Girl by Jean Kyong Frazier (NetGalley Review)

Over the years I’ve known quite a few former pizzeria employees, and whether it was a local family-owned shop or a huge chain, they all say the same thing: I can never eat pizza again.

No Fixed Abode: Life and Death Among the UK’s Forgotten Homeless by Maeve McClenaghan (NetGalley Review)

If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s the importance of home–and especially a safe one.

Crossed Lines by Marie Darrieussecq (NetGalley Review)

After a not-so-positive exeperience with my first NetGalley book, I was a little hesitant about my next one. But then it turned out to be this absolute beauty of a novel, and my faith is restored.

War Paint by J.J. Maya (NetGalley Review)

3/5 stars Sometimes you need a book that feels like an escape, and in many ways, War Paint by J.J. Maya fulfills that need–a sassy heroine and a predictable-yet-fun plot makes this book feel like watching a romcom on a lazy Sunday with a steamy mug of tea. Basically, this book is capital-F Fluff, whichContinue reading “War Paint by J.J. Maya (NetGalley Review)”