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? Dawson and Joey? Yes, please! The teenage giggling is mostly thanks to boy-next-door Brandon, who loves his mom and is good at math (Excelling at calculus -- so hot!), a guy … Read More...
Love Letter to Ava Dear Ava, You remind me of youth, of uncertainty and invincibility, of friendship, discovery, and first kisses. You remind me of the many shapes of love and that falling in love feels like flying, and that the pain of breaking up is almost physical, like your heart is being twisted up. […]
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! So last September, I […]
I think I would Love Brandon Sanderson’s works no matter what length it is. From the more-than-a-thousand-page Way of Kings to this less-than-200-page novella. Seeing novellas that feel so complete seems to be a rare thing to find, but I think Sanderson always knows how to deliver. I have yet to find a book that […]
It depresses me a little when reviewers that I look up to or my sister differs in opinion from me. Chalk it up to my need for approval, cultivated from a lifetime of being the younger sibling. Anyway. The good news is that, it looks like I’m part of the majority on this one! I […]