I’m definitely hit or miss when it comes to audiobooks. I went into this book having never heard of Chelsea Handler before, I was intrigued by the title of the book.
It was hilarious!!! She was blunt, honest, and didn’t hold back. I love that she is not ashamed of her past and embraces it wholeheartedly. I definitely want to learn more about her now.
It’s still looked down upon for a woman to enjoy men, whereas it is celebrated for men to enjoy women. The fact that Chelsea shared her experiences, is a breath of fresh air. She has nothing to be ashamed of and she empowers others to not be ashamed of who they are, and to not feel embarrassed if they don’t live to “society’s expectations”
I could listen to her stories all day long.
Side note: how cute is this gargoyle from SofiasClayCorner?! Her name is Ginny 🙂
Another fun and cute read from Emma Mills!
I love the character of Claudia. She is the perfect blend of true friend/defender/introvert. While she is skeptical of people, and skeptical of them liking her, she is a true defender of her friends. Once she befriends someone, she is loyal.
I wasn’t thrilled with the storyline between her and Gideon. I loved them as friends, and loved that they ended up together, but I felt that the tension and minor drama between them was unnecessary. It felt similar to most YA romcoms. Predictable but relatable at the same time.
I did enjoy the storyline with her and Iris. I loved that she brought Iris out of her shell and showed her how to be a true person and to not always rely on herself.
Overall I found the book to be cute and funny. Very easy to read and engaging as well. Another great book to escape the stress of life with!
I have very mixed emotions when it comes to Endless by Kate Brian. But first, here is the description from Amazon
Rory Miller didn’t just fall in love with Tristan Parrish. She fell in love with the idea of forever. He was the one who told her the truth about her existence in Juniper Landing: that her mortal life is over, and she will now spend eternity on the island, helping others in limbo move on. But like Juniper Landing, a bright island with dark secrets, Tristan is too good to be true. The mysterious, heartbreakingly beautiful boy Rory thought she knew is responsible for unthinkable evil—sending good souls to the Shadowlands in order to get himself a second chance at life on Earth. He has already claimed Rory’s friend Aaron and her own father, but when Tristan sends her sister, Darcy, to the Shadowlands, too, Rory decides to take matters into her own hands. She will do anything to save her family, even if it means going to hell and back.
So I was very happy that Tristan was not responsible for sending Rory’s family over to the Shadowlands. But I was also very disappointed to hear that it was Krista. That one did surprise me, although after I read it, I felt that I should have expected it since we knew from the beginning that she never actually wanted to die.
I did not like the love triangle between Rory, Tristan, and Joaquin. I felt that it was very cliche, as was the ending. As soon as they established that Tristan was not the bad guy, you knew him and Rory would end up together. It was expected and was a cliche.
With that being said, I loved the lengths that Rory went to in order to save her family. She was willing to sell her soul to a monster, that had originally killed her, in order to save her dad and sister. I loved that in the end, everything worked out and everyone was safe.
This was a great conclusion to the story line but I was also left wanting more. It wrapped up into such a neat little package, that I was actually left disappointed by the ending.