Don't mind the huge guy in a black wifebeater and cheesy matching beanie just standing there hanging around with his hands down his pockets and his neck bulging with muscles. Also don't mind the 1990s Word-artish lettering of the title, and the fact that the author's name is written in a smaller font size so she mustn't have a following yet. Don't mind it because beyond all that is a delicious, sometimes funny romance. This somehow reminds me of Jamie McGuire's Beautiful Disaster, but I guess … Read More...
I went into this blind, not knowing that the story was based on Pride & Prejudice (I didn’t read the blurb, so sue me), but, ahem, I caught on pretty quickly. And here’s where I reluctantly admit that the reason I recognized it is NOT because I’m a fan of the classics. Before Amir rats […]
Speed Views is a new feature here on The Not-So-Literary Heiresses. We got the idea from Speed Dating, where participants are supposed to give as much information about themselves as quickly as possible. So we got thinking…what if we do that process but we review books instead? The result is this feature. Enjoy! Lest you think I’m now […]
Hands down, the best title of the year for me is Isla and the Happily Ever After. No, the story isn’t exactly rocket science and you probably don’t need a whole lot of brain cells to process all this cuteness. But I can’t ignore all that tugging at my heartstrings. So I will not take […]
Guilty pleasure kind of read, one that made me kind of giggly despite the ridiculous and not to mention clichéd premise of 1) makeover transformation, 2) pretend boyfriend and 3) best friends falling in love. The third hooked me. Friends falling in love has always been one of my favorite story lines. Harry and Sally? […]