The Unspoken Burden of Black Women. Thoughts on The Goddess Twins by Yodassa Williams

In the book, The Goddess Twins by Yodassa Williams, the main villains aren’t found in racist groups or in an alien species intent upon taking over the world. No, the antagonists, the people who want not only to just bring the heroes down, but destroy them, are the very men that should be loving and … Continue reading The Unspoken Burden of Black Women. Thoughts on The Goddess Twins by Yodassa Williams

Swipe Right, or Get Left Behind? Thoughts on The Right Swipe by Alisha Rai

It’s been a while, but you’re ready. Bars are too loud, libraries are to quiet, and concerts… well, just no to concerts. But, you’re ready. Your friends have suggestions, your family has demands, and you have, um, well, you have your preferences at least. Doesn’t that count for something? Yeah, yeah, it counts. It’s Friday, … Continue reading Swipe Right, or Get Left Behind? Thoughts on The Right Swipe by Alisha Rai

Is the Price of Friendship, Worth the Cost of Love? Thoughts on A Song For You by Robyn Crawford

From the moment we first feel beings around us, whether they be human or otherwise, a need begins to form. A baby yearns for the symbiotic host it has yet to see. A child stands anxiously in line at school, not wanting loneliness to find them. An adult searches through the eyes of others, hoping … Continue reading Is the Price of Friendship, Worth the Cost of Love? Thoughts on A Song For You by Robyn Crawford

ALL FIRED UP

All Fired Up is a romance novel that doesn’t dive too deep. If you are looking for a quick read that provides pop and fizzle on a cold Friday night in, this is the book for you. If a fleshed out, slow burn romances where the characters are fully developed is your kind of jam, … Continue reading ALL FIRED UP