B.K. Borison’s Lovelight Farms is the perfect modern-day Christmas rom-com that includes the most perfect tropes and executes them brilliantly.
Unless, you’re new here, most of you know that modern romance novels typically aren’t my cup of tea, so when I find a series or author whose style I appreciate, … Continue Reading Farrah Rochon’s ‘The Dating Playbook’ is a Superb Sequel
Some minor spoilers from Bombshell; read only after you’ve finished the novel. Sarah Maclean’s Bombshell, is in fact, very appropriately titled. So much so, that towards the end, I completely … Continue Reading Sarah MacLean’s ‘Bombshell’ is Appropriately Titled and Smashes
We know we’re not the only ones hoping that the now Emmy nominated Bridgerton based off of the novels by Julia Quinn paves the road for more romance adaptations, and … Continue Reading Lisa Kleypas’ Wallflowers and Hathaways Series Should be Adapted Into a TV Show Next
I seldom speak so boldly on behalf of others, but it is with full confidence that I can say that most of us are in agreement that “the love triangle” … Continue Reading Fact: “The Love Triangle” is the Worst Romance Trope
It’s 2021 and I’m tired of defending romance, ships, and shippers at this point. But don’t fret, so long as there are incompetent nincompoops that insist on raining on our … Continue Reading Ships, Shippers, FanFiction and the Colossal Power of Romance Shouldn’t Be Shamed
Childhood Best Friends to Lovers trope often relies on heavy emphasis in the past, which does not allow viewers/readers to grow with the couple.
We have had full faith in the series and its potential since before season one even aired and early renewal news as such is always proof of the fact that … Continue Reading Bridgerton is Returning for Seasons Three and Four
Benedict Bridgerton is complex, greatly privileged, and lost.
“How is it possible that there hasn’t been a single betrothal yet? I wish to be entertained.” We get it, Queen Charlotte, we do and we’re right there with you … Continue Reading ‘Bridgerton’ is Paving the Road for Lush Romance Adaptations and We’re Here For It