The whole thing is like taking drugs while listening to hippie music. Quite… interesting.
It loses a lot of cool points for leaving out Go Down Singing, the Tumblr anthem of the 2010s.
This is a lovely reminder of every sweeping soundtrack music you’ve heard before.
This is less of a self-fulfillment fantasy, more of a “read this many times before” small town yarn.
This is as romantic as that song by John Legend… no, just kidding.
Pigs must be flying, because there is a grade A asshole hero sighted in a Julia Quinn book.
A TBR Challenge 2015 review. New adult is about the angst of getting raped, having tattoos, etc. This one, however, feels curiously lightweight.
The title may be about changing games, but the author isn’t changing anything here. It’s that same story.
This movie needs to be ten times more absurd and offensive than it actually is.
Well, at least now Katy Perry isn’t the oldest pop tart pretending to be 21.
This is a love story between a young man and an 81-year old man. The problem? Not enough passion.
A magician and a pediatric oncologist in love. Sounds great, doesn’t it? The magic, however, is too muted for my liking.
Everything seems to be in order in this romantic steampunk adventure. Why am I so unmoved?
Deborah Simmons produces a contemporary romance, and it’s… well, I guess it’s fine. Nothing amazing, just okay.
The author tacks on a history between the hero and the heroine that is really difficult to resolve. Unsurprisingly, the whole thing is a mess.
That dude from Downton Abbey is now a homicidal maniac. How does that work, exactly?
Mutant crocodiles are eating the rednecks of Louisiana one by one! Well, I suppose this is an awful thing.
Ryuu and Hiro continues to sniff around one another’s rear ends like curious puppies. Just boink already!
It’s a fake engagement story set in the present day, and it is as artificial as you can imagine.
Whoever comes up with these titles deserves a tip. Or a book contract.