Someday My Prince Will Come In An Uber

I just finished a book that I thought was going to be pure cotton candy, and for the most part, it was. It was sexy and heartfelt with steamy sass and just the right amount of snark. However, it was also incredibly well-researched, beautifully emotional, and provides the reader with plenty of Come to Jesus … Read more…

At A Loss For Words

To start out this review, I will say that I’ve added a recipe,  lemon blueberry ricotta muffins that shouldn’t be missed, but that they have almost nothing to do with the novel, except that they have ricotta, and Italy plays a big role in this amazing book. Vox, by Christina Dalcher (affiliate link) is without a … Read more…

It Rubs The Ointment On Its Skin

On today’s menu, I’ve made healthy vegan wakeup muffins to get the day started right, and because they fit perfectly with the book I’m reviewing, so stay tuned for that! Let’s talk about stereotypes, shall we? Namely, a weird stereotype that still abounds to this day, in spite of all evidence to the contrary that’s … Read more…

Man Hands: A Gripping (Groping?) Romance.

I know, I’ve been reviewing some pretty hard to read stuff, lately. Almost no romance. Honestly, I just couldn’t get into it. Unless a friend wrote it, I mostly ignored it in favor of books on social justice, books on repairing the country, hopeful books, and organizing/planning/action tomes. Today, I’m reviewing Man Hands by Sarina Bowen and … Read more…

A Beard In The Mind Is Worth Two In The Bush

I’ve always loved Penny Reid’s books. Since Neanderthal Seeks Human, I’ve been hooked to them. It was one of the first romances wherein it was a total escape, but I could also see myself in the characters. Jane was a revelation for me. She constantly drops weird facts. She’s taller than fuck. She’s often overwhelmed by the … Read more…