Well, I finished reading Ready Player Two. Obviously not a fan if you read my review. I’m moving on to The Trouble with Hating You by Sajni Patel. Based on the blurb it sounds not quite an enemies to lovers, but definitely not a love at first sight. I like the prospect of some witty banter. I’d love witty right now.
Now that I’ve finished reading The Roommate I’m moving on to Ready Player Two. When Ready Player One came out I loved it. I gave it to my dad as a Christmas present and everything. The millions of references didn’t bother me because I loved the world of the OASIS so much. It’s been a few years since I’ve read the book, but I was not impressed with the movie. I’ve changed since Ready Player One came out, but so has the world. I’m concerned that Cline didn’t take those changes into account with this sequel. I’ll just have to read it and find out.
I finished Spoiler Alert yesterday after staying up wayyyy to late. Now I’m moving on to The Roommate by Rosie Danan. It’s about a straitlaced trust fund woman and her surprise roommate who is a pornstar. It sounds awesome and I’m excited to see where this goes.
I’ve been playing a LOT of Stardew Valley and I don’t see that changing anytime soon. However, that’s meant that my reading and movie watching has taken a sideline. It’s still happening, but at a slower pace. Hopefully, I’m able to read all my library books, though. Fingers crossed!
I read about a third of Fireborn before I decided to drop it. There were too many male sex partners for my taste. Her phoenix soulmate, her soulmate for her current life, and a fire fae. She loved one as a friend, one romantically, and lusted after the fae. That was more than I could handle lol
Out of my huge stack of library books the one I’ve been wanting to read the most is Spoiler Alert by Olivia Dade. I love the fanfiction element as well as having a plus size heroine. I’m looking forward to it.
I DNFd The Twelve Dates of Christmas, but I read almost half so I will be writing a blog post. Now I’m on to my last Christmas romance book.
Written in the Stars by Alexandria Bellefleur sounds like it’s going to be an opposites attract romance with some fake relationship stuff. It sounds promising.
I’ve also started reading Stuff You Should Know by Josh Clark and Chuck Bryant. I’m a fan of the podcast so when I saw this on the new nonfiction shelf at the library I picked it up. Already, I love the texture of the paper. (Yes I know I’m weird)