If you’re just a bit curious about adventure, about taking a chance on what you dream of, read River Queens.
Ela@The Queer Bookish
Queer book blogger | twentysomething | employee at a German publishing house
Human trafficking is a very serious and horrible theme. I want it to be handled realistic and responsible.
An ace romance without the being ace conflict.
I promise to be more active but not as active as I used to. I still love my blog and chatting with y’all about books!
Jack and Isaac are wonderful in breaking through clichés. Jack especially is not what you expect.
I remember how I sat on the balcony, enjoying the sun and thinking I was in for a great treat.
Am I embarrassed by my not eloquence? Maybe a little. But those notes really show how I felt while reading.
Add on Goodreads Quick InfoMadam Tulip and the Bones Of Chance Series: Madam Tulipbook 3 Genre: Crime, Paranormal Trigger Warnings: none Rating: 4/5 Stars BlurbMadam Tulip and The Bones Of Chance A surprise role in a movie takes actress Derry O’Donnell to a romantic castle in the Scottish Highlands. But […]
I got a wonderful book that’s full of pain and memories and all the little things that you may live with if you’ve got certain mental illnesses. But most of all I got hope.
Okay, so if you know me or my blog at all you know what big of an advocate of consent I am, whether it’s outside of bdsm or inside bdsm.