WWW Wednesday- December 7, 2016


Hey Guys!

WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Sam @ Taking On A World Of Words. Simply answer the following questions:

What have you recently finished reading?

What are you currently reading?

What do you think you’ll read next?



Under Rose-Tainted Skies by Louise Gornall

This YA debut was a simple, yet powerful story about a character who deals with a sickness that people can’t see. I am so goddamn picky when it comes to books that deal with mental illness because I’ve read very few books that accurately portray a character with mental illness, but this one was spot on. This book has already been released in the UK, but for those of us in the States, I totally recommend checking this debut out when it hits shelves next month.



Traveling Light by Lynne Branard

Wanted by Kaylea Cross

Reading has been a little slow this week because my family was getting the house ready for the holidays and now that our house is all decked out, I can get back to my books. I read the first chapter of Traveling Light and I’m not really feeling it. I’m going to push through and hopefully it gets better.

I’m almost finished with Wanted and to be honest, I feel like this series is not as interesting as it once use to be. I love these characters, but the plots for the last two books were just so flat and the romance was meh.



Hard Hitter by Sarina Bowen

Then I’m finally getting to this!!

What are you guys reading this week? Leave me your links down below!-Ari (2)

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I'm Ari, a local NYC bibliophile and a forever daydreamer. You can usually find me with my nose buried in a book and my head up in the clouds. I am also a coffee addict and a chocolate connoisseur. I fell in love with the romance genre about three years ago and I haven't been able to stop reading about happily-ever-afters, which is ironic because I'm a bit of a cynical romantic in real life, haha. I hope you all enjoy my blog and fangirling with me about all the smutty reads!

8 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday- December 7, 2016

    1. That’s totally understandable. This book is technically #ownvoices since the author also suffers from agoraphobia and OCD so I wasn’t too worried about the rep. I was just hoping there wasn’t instalove because I hate that in books that deal with mental illness, but luckily there wasn’t.


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