Sunday, February 28
Book Review: Touch of Evil by Cecy Robson
Saturday, February 27
Saturday Movie Night: To All the Boys: Always and Forever (2021)
Been a long time since we sat down and reviewed a movie together. This month Blodeuedd and I are reviewing, To All the Boys: Always and Forever.
Blodeuedd is in blue and I am in purple.
Title: To All the Boys - Always and Forever
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Family
Running Time: 1h 49min
Released: Feb 2021
Senior year of high school takes center stage as Lara Jean returns from a family trip to Korea and considers her college plans - with and without Peter.
Another movie, more romance. I still prefer the first though
Awww yes the first was the best, but I did like this one a lot. I caught myself Awwing a lot lol.
It was fun,but, I do not see a future for them, I am being horrid. Not even if they break up and meet up again.
Nooo. I do not think they will still be together esp how the movie ended. (Trying not to give spoilers lolll) it seems impossible and a story as old as time. Who knows? Maybe the author will give us an epilogue book and we’ll get another movie!
I think we are meant to believe they will always be together, but for some reason I did not feel it here. I felt she wanted more and he just thought of himself. Maybe if they break up, meet new people, and meet again at 40...yes maybe then.
Ya I think they were hinting that they’ll make it work……...but at the same time not. IDK. It was totally left open-ended like the book. WHICH I am not amused by that hahaha. They had a lot of issues and he is super insecure. I can’t imagine it working. Love him….but he’s going to be constantly jealous and mad at her.
They are still cute together and I want them to be happy, but life has a way. We can always hope they will grow into secure happy adults and make babies and all that,.
Yess, one can hope. Maybe they’ll break up for a couple of years and he’ll fix his relationship with his dad/find security he doesn’t NEED his Dad’s approval and love. They both have issues to deal with. I think she will want to be single and live her life for a while too. She finally found courage to be on her own. SIGHS. I want another book and movie.
Though I do remember when reading book 3 that I got annoyed that they had issues with their relationship again. I wanted more happy, they had too many issues. SO if we were to have more then I want FIRM TRUE happy ending.
They need that. I want them to have that so bad. Someday maybe. I do appreciate that the movie cut out one scene that was in the book. I was so mad at Peter. It was the scene at the beach. I’m glad they did something different.
Same! All in all, cute teenage drama, I like her siblings, I like her dad, she should have made more cookies though. This girl loves to bake after all
A very cute relationship that seems impossible and makes me wish I had a Peter in school ;) And yessss, I adore her family. I LOVE Kitty’s mini little romance. That was a cute bonus side “drama”. Haha
Yes, same :) I do recommended this one, but do watch in order!
100% it needs to be watched in order. And I highly recommend the movies AND the books. They are all cute. They are similar, but do have some differences, but the heart is the same.
Aye, the books are so adorable. The first made me happy
Me too! It was soooo cute.
I do not really have more to say, cute was the word
Yess not much else to say without giving some big spoilers. I keep catching myself LOLLL. Yes - this is cute and it will make you wish you had a Peter!
Lol, the end.
The end! :D
Thursday, February 25
Audiobook Review: Miss Frost Solves a Cold Case by Kristen Painter
- #12 for Audiobook challenge
Wednesday, February 24
Audiobook Review: Lucky by Lilly Atlas
- #12 for Audiobook challenge
Tuesday, February 23
Audiobook Review: Highland Protector by Catherine Bybee
- #11 for Audiobook challenge
Monday, February 22
Blodeuedd's Monday Review: Lady Darcy's Bluestocking Club by Rose Fairbanks
Kindle Edition, 330 pages
Published December 29th 2020
Series: Pride and Prejudice and Bluestockings #2
Pride and Prejudice Variation
My reading lately have been slow, so I started with a PP novella, and now I read a PP book. I truly needed something that I can finish fast and enjoy.
Yes I admit, this was book 2, and yes I could read it without knowing, but I am so curious about events! Like how Lizzy and Darcy fell inlove here. Why Darcy does not speak to Bingley or Fitzwilliam anymore?! How Jane ended up marrying a Duke! How Kitty married Wickham, and Lydia is preggo by him, damn, scandal!
Though it was not as sweet as some. The Ton is right bastards towards Lizzy. Calling her a harlot, not just cutting her, but saying mean things, men and women whispering. Because they all think she seduced Darcy so he would marry her. She has a hard time. He has a hard time. But they do have each other.
And then at the end something happens, not to them, but something, and oh, now I want book 3 (which is not out), but I am so curious! I want to write spoilers but can not *sobs*
PP books always makes me happy
The newlyweds, Lord and Lady Darcy, struggle to take their proper place in London Society amidst rumours surrounding their rushed wedding. The present gossip is nothing compared to what would follow should anyone discover their secret. Their dreams of reforming the Bluestocking Club would shatter.
Insult after insult leaves the new bride terrified that she cannot fill her predecessor's shoes and that she will lose Darcy's love if she cannot charm London.
Easing the path of acceptance for Elizabeth proves arduous for Darcy after the betrayal of his two closest friends and past demons come back to haunt him.
Beset on every side, scandal breaks out, challenging everything they have come to hold dear.
Sunday, February 21
Book Review: Haunted And Hexed by Misty Bane
Saturday, February 20
Movie Review: Vivarium (2019)
Wednesday, February 17
Audiobook Review: Witchling by Yasmine Galenorn
- #10 for Audiobook challenge