Thursday, 26 February 2015

Book Review: Vampire Academy (Vampire Academy #1) by Richelle Mead

 Goodreads Description:

The astonishing first book that kicked off the international bestselling series.


Lissa Dragomir is a Moroi princes – a mortal vampire with a rare gift for harnessing the earth's magic. She must be protected at all times from Strigoi: the fiercest vampires – the ones who never die. The powerful blend of human and vampire blood that flows through Rose Hathaway, Lissa's best friend, makes her a Dhampir. Rose is dedicated to a dangerous life of protecting Lissa from the Strigoi, who are hell-bent on making Lissa one of them.

After two years of freedom, Rose and Lissa are caught and dragged back to St. Vladimir's Academy, a school for vampire royalty and their guardians-to-be, hidden deep in the forests of Montana. But inside the iron gates, life is even more fraught with danger . . . and the Strigoi are always close by.

Rose and Lissa must navigate their dangerous world, confront the temptations of forbidden love, and never once let their guard down, lest the evil undead make Lissa one of them forever . . .

Title: Vampire Academy (Vampire Academy #1)
Author: Richelle Mead
Genre: Paranormal, Romance, Young Adult, Fantasy
Format: Paperback
Pages: 332 pages
Publisher: Penguin Australia
Source: Purchased from Target

Guys... I finally did it... I finally read the Vampire Academy... 


I pick up VA which has been sitting in my TBR pile for almost a year and marathon the book during a road trip.

This is a intimidatingly huge series to commit to and was afraid it will not meet my expectations. 6 books in the main VA series and another 6 for the bloodlines spin-off!, yah 12 books is alot to take in.

Also I am not a fan of paranomal-ish stories and have NEVER read a vampire story (okay I attempt to read twilight in Form 4 around the peek of its hype but fell asleep about 10 pages into the book at Kinokunia... #EPICFAIL... sorry twilight fans.. I just can't and that failed attempt does not count) in my life so this is a first...

The book follows Rose and Lissa who are best friends and vampires in training on the run after escaping their boarding school has been captured and dragged back to the academy. There the both of them have to re-adjust to the life they left two years ago.

Rose catches up with her classes and training with Dmitri, her mysterious and moody yet irresistible trainer while keeping her and Lissa out of danger and the Strigoi. Lissa tries to fit back into the elite vampires.  


I was hooked into the VA world from page one! Thrown straight into the game, we are introduced to the race/types of Vampires:

1) Moroi - mortal vampires with a magical ability to manipulate elements like water, earth, fire and air (okay this is starting to sound like Avatar but its NOT, I promise), believe to use their magic for kindness or something positive.

2) Dhampirs - half vampire,half human who are trained as 'bodyguards' to protect the Moroi from the Strigoi. They have enhanced ability like reflexes, speed and strength. 

3) Strigoi - immortal vampire aka the one that will kill you and are EVIL.

I like the world building of this Vampire world. It was straight to the point and easy to follow without feeling lost or overwhelmed.

Though plot was gripping and fast pace with the thick air of suspense and mystery it was still predictable as I had my conspiracy theories and predicted all the foreshadow from the start. There were some high school drama and cliché thrown into the mix but it was still an addictive read!

My only complain was the action sequence. Though it was fun to read (especially that ONE part Dimity is training Roes and literally knock her off her feet! HA! That sexual tension!), it was not engaging enough. Maybe I've been spoiled with James Dashner's 'Maze Runner Series' or Rachael Craw's 'Spark' well paced, gripping and nail biting action sequences that makes me have trust issues and shout 'WTF IS GOING ON' every 5 seconds that I found most of the action moments in the book very bland and predictable.

Also there is a sub issue on mental health. In my review for 'This Song Will Save Your Life' I mentioned that I am not a fan of books that goes into too much detail on the issue of self harming so it was hard for me to read that part as it was graphic.  

Other than that I like the writing and was captivated from the start of the book leaving me wanting more of this awesome world!


Rose is my favorite character from the start! I love reading from her point of view with her snarky and sassy narration. Rebellious, strong, feisty and independent with a hint of temper and recklessness, Rose is everything I like in kickass heroine! I kinda pictured her as the Ellen Page sarcastic girl next door type when reading her. Even with everything going on, I like that she still acts and thinks like a teenage girl on stuff like lip gloss and boys. A Dhampirs in training to protect her Moroi best friend, she's protective, loyal and caring to Lissa and its where her soft side shows. She's also determine and responsible to her duties as a Dhampri to look out for Lissa even if it means putting fun aside.

Lissa was a character I love the more I read about her! Sweet, classy, caring and a total opposite to Rose's personality, A Moroi royalty in training, destine to rule the vampire world someday. She has dark past which triggered her into depression. Though it sounds like she is both physically and mentally unstable, she's not! Lissa a strong character who know how to stand up for herself and what is right for both her and Rose.

It took a while for me to warm up to Dmitri as he was very bland and moody at the start but the more I read about him the more I like the badass, no nonsense trainer and mentor, finding myself swooning over him. Basically he is the Tall, Dark, Mysterious kickass mentor that EVERYONE in the VA fandom are raving and drooling over!

BTW not related to the book VA but is it me or does the actor for Movie Dmitri look A LOT older than pictured in the book... anyone?!?! 

Christian was another guy where the more I read about him the more I swoon over him! Dark, emo, lonely outcast, didn't like him at first (okay I actually liked a bit of his 'emo-ness' but that's it) as I thought he was a bit weird but the more I read about him the more I feel bad for misjudging him. He is an intriguing character that I'm looking forward to reading more about in the future books.

The side characters were where I have my suspicions especially on Natalie being overly friendly and Mia whom I HATE with a passion!  I did like Mason and am looking forward to reading more of him.


I love the friendship between Rose and Lissa! I see now why everyone says its one of the best friendship in YA as it is!

They share close and unique bond and are almost like sisters, looking out and standing up for each other. I kinda find it funny reading about Rose being overly protective at Lissa at times as it sometimes look like an overly possessive boyfriend  but still she meant well.

Rose and Dmitri's romance was well paced out and though I'll usually cringe at the 'student/teacher' romance, it somehow works here! As mentioned above that THAT one training moment was where I saw the sparks fly between them! Only complained... NOT ENOUGH OF THEIR ROMANCE though that might be because I have like 5+++ books to look forward to... better start planning my next trip to the bookstore...

As for Lissa and Christian's relationship was sweet to read and the the more I read about them the more I love them as couple.


As mentioned it was very predictable but it was also well wrapped up. I like how it ended as it left me wanting more of this VA world and characters!

Overall this was a great solid start to the series! Those of you who were intimidated with the book whether its the super long series or its a 'Vampire romance', I say give the first book a shot and if you like it commit to the series as they say it gets better as it progresses! 

I am definitely continuing the series and picking up the next book which I've been hunting around bookshops in Kuala Lumpur for and not ONE bookstore has FROSTBITE! Yah I probably should have gotten the box set... or get it when I get back to Melbourne.. 

Also shout out to Penguin Teen Australia where at  PTA LIVE they sold the book as 'Vampire that does not sparkle' which was one of the main push that got me to reading this!!!

Still not convinced on starting this series even after my tangent of how the first book is great? Check out their blog The Vampire Academy Series - 8 Reasons To Stop Avoiding It! as that too had me convinced on me picking up the first book!

Now to get my hands on FROSTBITE!!!

ALSO if you like the  'Best friends bounded to protect each other' concept of Vampire Academy but minus the vampires, check out Spark by Rachael Craw (Review Here)!!! 

Sunday, 22 February 2015

Book Review: Love and Other Foreign Words by Erin McCahan

Love and Other Foreign Words
Goodreads Description:

Perfect for fans of John Green and Rainbow Rowell, Love and Other Foreign Words is equal parts comedy and coming of age--a whip-smart, big-hearted, laugh-out-loud love story about sisters, friends, and what it means to love at all.

Can anyone be truly herself--or truly in love--in a language that's not her own?

Sixteen-year-old Josie lives her life in translation. She speaks High School, College, Friends, Boyfriends, Break-ups, and even the language of Beautiful Girls. But none of these is her native tongue -- the only people who speak that are her best friend Stu and her sister Kate. So when Kate gets engaged to an epically insufferable guy, how can Josie see it as anything but the mistake of a lifetime? Kate is determined to bend Josie to her will for the wedding; Josie is determined to break Kate and her fiancé up. As battles are waged over secrets and semantics, Josie is forced to examine her feelings for the boyfriend who says he loves her, the sister she loves but doesn't always like, and the best friend who hasn't said a word -- at least not in a language Josie understands.

Title: Love and Other Foreign Words
Author: Erin McCahan
Genre: Contemporary, YA, Romance
Format: Hardback
Pages: 336
Publisher:  Dial Books
Source: Purchased from Hills of Content

I love cute geeky YA and this book is one of them!

Love and Other Foreign words follows Josie who's sister Kate comes home engaged to a guy she hates and is set to brake them up. With that we have the battle of the sisters as Kate insist she's in love with Groff and is determine to marry him while Josie learns the language of Love.

Intelligent and chatty though she tend to be naïve and overthink at times, I adored Josie from page one! She's a gifted genius and is fascinated with language including ohmigod aka high school and ohmigod 2.0 aka college. She knows them all except the language of love which is what she is trying to understand trough the book and apparently that's the one thing she's clueless about. Trough the book Josie is not only learning the language of love but also learning how to deal with her emotions on love.

Josie's brainy, snarky and innocent narration was what made the book for me! I related so much to her character from the way she talks to the way she thinks and react! I am no where near her level of genius but Josie is literally a smarter version of me.

There is a strong family dynamic in the book and I love how honest and realistic their interactions are with one another. I solute the parents on the way they handle the situations trough the book especially Josie's dad. Josie parents are very involve in the book and it was refreshing to read a YA where the parents are always there.

Obviously Josie loves her older sisters especially Kate but ohmigod I COULD NOT STAND THAT BRIDEZILLA! I understand where Kate is coming from when she was annoyed with Josie's attics at times as I too am an older sister but some stuff she does is just pure evil! Way beyond the lines of sibling wars.

I meant some of the of the stuff and pranks that Josie does in the book was kinda unfair and childish (but come on she's fifteen!) but what both Kate and Groff did at times was just MEAN especially for a grown adult!

I hated the way she treated Josie (and silently vow never to be like her to my younger sibling) as she neglected her younger sister for her wedding plans. I also hated how she keeps commenting about Josie's appearance! I meant forcing her to trade her glasses for contacts is one thing but when Kate pushes Josie to change her appearance like getting piercing and rants how its going to ruined the wedding whick flipped me off!

I've been in Josie shoes and comments like those coming from someone you love should not be hurtful especially if they are critique and for you own good but the truth is it hurts 10 times more.

Her fiancé Groff was no better! Ugh that pretentious bastard!

Even so there were some of the moments between Josie and the 'lovely couple' were entertaining and hilarious to read about! They did come around at the end of the book I eventually forgive them as that's how books like this end... Right???

Josie's friendship with Stu and Sophie were also great to read about.

I especially love her relationship with Stu and I kinda predicted the direction it was going from early on. Stu is a fellow genius and understands the language of Josie fluently. Their banter between each other were some of the best dialogs in the book!

For a book about Love, the romance was surprisingly a side-plot, and though it was fast paces, it works so well and was cute and fluffy (and I awww and melted into a happy snowman puddle :3).

My favourite thing about this book was when they talk about The Language of Love and the meaning of love. It was not just talking about romantic love but also love for your family, for food, your pet, books. I also like how the author points out the different language and 'slangs' we speak in our daily life.

Overall its a cute, smart, and hilarious 'rom-com' about the language of love.

Fans of John Green's An Abundance of Katherine, Jenny Han's To All The Boys I've loved Before, Phillip Sigel's The Break-up Artist, and Holly Smile's Geek Girl Series will enjoy this book!


Monday, 16 February 2015

Book Review: Girl Online (Girl Online #1) by Zoe Sugg and Siobhan Curham

Goodreads Description:

I had no idea GirlOnline would take off the way it has - I can't believe I now have 5432 followers, thanks so much! - and the thought of opening up to you all about this is terrifying, but here goes...

Penny has a secret.

Under the alias GirlOnline, she blogs about school dramas, boys, her mad, whirlwind family - and the panic attacks she's suffered from lately. When things go from bad to worse, her family whisks her away to New York, where she meets the gorgeous, guitar-strumming Noah. Suddenly Penny is falling in love - and capturing every moment of it on her blog.

But Noah has a secret too. One that threatens to ruin Penny's cover - and her closest friendship - forever.

Title: Girl Online (Girl Online #1)
Author: Zoe Sugg and Siobhan Curham
Genre: Contemporary, Romance, Young Adult
Format: Hardback
Pages: 352 pages
Publisher: Atria / Keywords Press
Source: Purchased from Popular Bookstore

So before I get into the review, I'm sure most of you guys know who's Zoe Sugg aka Zoella. If not look it up :P

Also if any of you guys follow the bookish news you'll know that there is a bit of controversy around this book thanks to the wonders of ghost writer.

Anyways I'm not gonna go into too much details about the issue as that's another blog post for another day but basically I'm am not surprise that she has a ghost writer on the side since though she is a professional blogger, she's not a professional writer as well as the fact it fits the timeline on how fast it took for her to write the book so she does need help.

I've read a couple of 'celeb published' books in the past that has been written with the help of a ghost writer and though she is not the first to do so, she's not the last. I do however wish that they did the disclaimers at the start credited the ghost writer on the cover or say its co-written, that way it would 1) be fair to co author and 2) cause a bit less controversy.

Anyways, ghost writer or not I'm still pick up cause the premise is something up my ally. Also Zoella is one of my favourite youtuber and blogger (DUH!) so of cause I want to support her and her book. I've learned a lot from her blogs/vlogs as it has help me not only with fashion and beauty but also help me feel more comfortable with myself!

Okay for first off  I usually don't talk about book covers but I flipping love the cover especially with the fairy lights and pictures hung around! Its cute and suits the book but also screams ZOE!

The story follows 15-year-old Penny who has an anonymous blog under the name Girl Online where she shares her life like school drama, boy problems and her klutz incidents. When an embarrassing video of her goes up and viral, Penny's parents whisk her to New York on a business trip where she meets a mysterious guitarist named Noah who takes her on an adventure around New York but also helps Penny trough her anxiety issues.


There were a great cast of characters though my feelings for each of them is very torn as one moment I'm loving them then the next I'm annoyed or hating them and I'm back to loving them again. They all have their strengths and flaws which makes them realistic and relatable.

Our main character Penny was such a sweetheart to read about. Fun loving, clumsy and quirky, she is at that awkward teenage stage where she has a lot of issues like boy and friends problems. On top of that she has anxiety issues after a car accident that shaken her. There were times where she didn't have the confidents to stand up for herself whether if its to her friends or the internet but with the help and advice from her family and best friend she grows in confidents and manages her issues. Also she was a bit too innocent and naïve for her own good but she eventually grows and mature making some really good choices at the end. I connected with Penny from her personality to her love for blogging as (DUH! once again) I love blogging and putting my thoughts on the internet though for Penny its about life and for me is about BOOKS.

I love the family aspect of the books and its great reading about Penny's parents especially on how involve they were in her life on top of helping her trough her bulling problems at school.

Also her brother Tom, though I did wish we got to read more about him, its refreshing reading a book where we see a strong and realistic brother-sister relationship as that's something I rarely (for an odd reason) see in YA. I really like how he goes all PROTECTIVE BIG BROTHER on Penny and how he helped her over come most of her problems.

Elliot was one of those characters where I was very torn with as one moment I love the guy and the next I hated him then I figured out his problems and love him again. There were times he was a bit of a jerk to Penny but most of the times he is loyal and always there for Penny as well as to be her voice of reason. I like how his is a gay character but they didn't aggregate the stereotype. Also his smart walking wiki mind and sass made the book for me!!!

Noah aka mysterious New York guitarist was a hit and a miss for me. While I like his character and how he was all romantic and charming from the start, I found him very unrealistic and almost too perfect. Even when his secret is revealed I still was not that big of a fan of him.

I was a big fan of Noah's little sister Bella and am currently thinking of a way to adopt the adorable kid!

As for the side characters in Penny's school, I hated them the more I read about them especially Megan and Ollie! Will leave it to Elliot to put the mega self-absorbed Fishing Beaches in their place!


Okay so the plot is where I had some issues. The first third and the last third of the story were really good and well paced out but the middle was a drag and so messy!

The while I like the concept of the story was very predictable down to the plot twist. Also there were some parts where its not really realistic but ah well its a work of fiction.

One thing I love is how the book tackle the issues that Penny and her friends faces like being true to yourself, friendship, bullying, homosexuality, anxiety, facing fears and cyber bullying.

I also love the traveling aspect and how the book is set in the UK and in New York.


This is my least favourite part of the book! I was not a fan of the writing style. Its cute to say the word 'cute' the first five times but after a while it gets a bit VERY ANNOYING!

Words like 'AWESOME' and 'CUTE' were overused to the point I was planning an espresso drinking game where I take a shot for every 'awesome' or 'cute' words written. Yah I'll be a goner one third into the book... 
I L-O-V-E cute cheesy happy fluffy contemporary romance that makes me feel all good and mushy in the inside but this book just taught me there is a limit as though it was cute, it was too cute (in a not good way).

At times the way some characters talk came out odd or awkward especially guys... I'm pretty sure they don't talk like that in real life (in my opinion).

The writing was inconsistent, too simple and young-ish for me. Its more suitable for younger teens/ YA readers which is definitely not me as I'm now in the New Adult age range.

I'm okay with the exclamation marks and all that jazz, I cringe at the grammar mistake! Now I'm not a grammar snob and I'll usually shake it off but this book is published by a MAJOR publisher with the help of a professional writer who should have at least someone to revised trough the grammar!

Another thing I cringe over is there were too many descriptions. I wish they tone it down and let the reader's mind to imagine.

As for the blog, I enjoyed every bit of it! I like how every few chapters we get to read about Penny's blog entry. Its honest, personal and simple.


I was okay with the romance... didn't love it, didn't hate it.

It was insta-love and I am not a fan of insta-love. I did however L-O-V-E the captain obvious of them pointing out that this is an insta-love!

At the start they were actually adorable to the point that I found myself giggling at the couple. But after a while it just become too perfect and mushy passing my limit for the fluff.

I wanted to like the romance but it was too cliché not swoon worthy enough.

The lesson of the story is so good, strong and inspiring!

In plot I covered how the book handles the issues faced really well. 

This book handled most of the issues really well especially on cyber bullying as if ANY of you guys love blogging (which I assume most of you are bloggers or blog lovers), you might have encountered one of two or A LOT of troll incident whether its a hate comment or someone attacking you online.
Penny goes through a phrase where she gets cyber bullied. Not many books tackle that issue and the way that this book did came out really well and realistic. 
The family aspect as mentioned is very strong and Penny learns that  at the end of the day, family will always be there for you. 

Also I like how Penny uses her blog like a diary to express herself and when she does it she’s fun, down to earth and honest.

The issues highlighted were realistic. This is great especially for the younger YA readers out there who are facing trough the beauty of teenage awkwardness but also inspiring to the bloggers and aspiring bloggers out there.


Though it was predictable, I adored the ending! I also love how Penny becomes comfortable with herself and who she is, tackled her issues, face their fear and demons.

Its definitely one of those whimsical fairy tale ending but it fits the book really well.

And yes I was smiling like an idiot at the ending.

Overall I had a bit of mix feelings about this book. I feel like it could have been better but I still adored it (when it was not too mushy).

Its a great book for readers who (like a lot of us) look up at Zoella for inspiration and on tackling realistic issues like fear and anxiety.

Happy go Lucky, light and fluffy reads.

If you are a fan of Zoella you will like this book as it screams her!

Also apparently there is a sequel to Girl Online coming out later this year. Not exactly sure when as we don't have a released date, title or cover but its on Goodreads so check it out.

I get personal here so skip this part so if you're not interested in another quick story time. Gosh now I feel like Girl Online! lolz

Like Penny in the book I found an outlet where I can be my honest myself  and express myself even if it took me a while to find the right one.

In case most of you guys don't know, I used to make 'beauty tube' and have a beauty blog which I've stop doing and switch to book blogging as I went trough a point where I got a bit too many negative comments especially on tutorials which I've taken down most of them.

The hates were on my appearance which made me really insecure and I went trough a phrase where I had low confidents in myself could not look myself in the mirror. Even though most of my subscribers and followers were very supportive and nice, the negative trolls outnumber them to a point I had to pull the plug and stop.

I've past that phrase and moved on with life, filling in the hole of beauty blogging with book blogging. Though I do miss blogging about my new favourite eye shadow or lipstick, for the better I'm glad that I stop 'beauty tube' and found the book blogging world.

Book blogging has been my new happy place .

I did a month ago encountered a 'hate troll' on my booktube channel who did nothing but put rude negative comments and suddenly become nice when I 'changed a bit' of my look (oh the power of Benefit Cosmetic's Brow bar and personal grooming... didn't think it was that mighty powerful lolz ), I blocked the idiot and is one viewer I'm glad I have less.

shake it off guys :P

So yah a quick shout out to all of you awesome peeps who made book blogging freaking enjoyable for me and something that I can be proud of! :D


Saturday, 14 February 2015

Top 10 Bookish Boyfriends

Its that time of the year guys... Happy Valentines Day or as for me Single Awareness day!

And once again I don't have a boyfriend... ah well #ForeverAlone

I do however have a shelve filled with bookish lovers so instead of moping around and drowning my myself in chocolates, I'm listing down my top 10 swoon worthy fictional boyfriends (BTW sorry to the future Boyfriend if you are READING THIS and turned out to be nothing like them... I'll still love you!! MUAHAHAHA)!

1) Étienne St. Clair from by 

French name, British accent, American school... Anna confuse!

I love all the bookish boyfriend in the Anna and the french kiss companion series but my top favorites is still St Clair especially when we get to read more of his sweet, playful and cheeky personality trough the trilogy.

I was charmed with Etienne trough the series and though there were times in Anna when he did some STUPID stuff, I still love the guy. Also I love how he is a bit of a history nerd and its fun watching him going on a tangent about his history facts.

Also British accents are one of my weakness :3 

2) Prince Maxon from  by 

My heart flips trough the selection series when I read about Prince Maxon!

Sweet, charming, down to earth and oh so gentlemanly, I love how he is caring for America and the girls in the selection even though he is kinda awkward and clueless around them which makes it cuter to read his interactions with them (especially America).

3) Jamie from by 

British accent, sweet, cheeky, badass and caring. Gah he is one of those guys who are just effortless cool! I love reading about Jamie trough Spark and I can't wait to read more of him trough the series!

Click here for my review on Spark

4) Augustus Walters from by 

Though I also like the character Newt, MINHO awesomeness in The Maze Runner Series steals my heart especially as the series progresses.

He is probably one of the most badass characters I've ever read! I meant he is the keeper of the runner so COME ON!

The more I read about his character the more I fall for not just his cocky yet though as a nail personality but also his snarky and sassy remark, logic quick thinking actions and his loyalty to his friends.

He's always there to save the day so I know I can count on him if I (touch wood need saving :P

Yah if anyone can point the direction to where I can get me a Minho please let me know!~ joke!!!~

Click here for my review of The Maze Runner

Ah Wesley Rush i like Bianca in the book hated the jackass womaniser at first but as the book progresses and we see his conpasionate side i melted!!

Need i say more?!?! xD

Click here for my Review on The Duff

7) Thorne from The Lunar Chronicles by Mariessa Meyer

Thorne is one of those 'bad boys' that i adore.

Charming sexy Captian with a hilarious sassy personality! He is a bit egoistic and is ALWAYS flirty but I always have fun reading about him especially his banters with Cinder.

Also in Cress he shows softer side when with Cress... well most of the time.

Ezra is the only MC character in his list. His snarky, nerdy and unique narration is what makes me love the guy and love what's going on in his head!

Thanks to a tragedy that ended his athletic career, he moves on in life and he rediscover himself making him one of the best character arc I've ever read. 


There is so much to love about this guy! He is one of the characters I connected with and cared for. If you like how Gus from TFIOS talks about metaphors, you'll love Ezra and his intelligent, sarcastic and full of puns dialog.

Full Review (Click Here)

One of the most underrated bookish boyfriends out there!!!

I love the guy from the moment he called Aurora 'Hey Princess'. Though trough the book Aurora hates him, he is still loyal and sweet to her!!

If you love 'boy next door' sorta guys, Hayden is the man! 

10) Will Wagner from by 

Anyways Will is probably the first bookish boyfriend I swoon over. Meg Cabot is good at writing fictional crushes, Will is my favorite of the bunch. 

So that's my top list of fictional boyfriends. Let me know in the comments if any of the ones I mention are on your list of if you have any suggestions.

Till then if you have nothing so do this Valentine day, curl up with a cup of hot chocolate or tea or coffee or whatever beverage you please with a nice comfy book!

Of if you're up for a readathon challenge, click here and join the Bookentine readathon where we are reading contemporary books from the 14 Feb to the 21 Feb. 

I am currently reading by for the readathon and so far its flipping cute!!!

Till Next Time