Book Review: Sally Thorne’s “The Hating Game”

Let’s be clear, I tend to avoid romance novels. In fact, I don’t think I’ve read a full on romance since I was teenager and hopelessly obsessed with Divergent, the Mortal Instruments, the Gallagher Girls series, and – of course – Twilight, which I honestly read about 20 times. I still have my rather beatenContinue reading “Book Review: Sally Thorne’s “The Hating Game””

Book Review: Catherine Isaac’s “The World at My Feet”

With my last read being the intense thrill-ride of Harlan Coben, and amidst a demanding week of preparation for my final certificate-level exam for ACA, I decided to start a rather mellow book, gravitating towards the bright colours and pleasant florals of Catherine Isaac’s “The World at My Feet”, with the hope of being cheeredContinue reading “Book Review: Catherine Isaac’s “The World at My Feet””