Book Review: “The Forest Queen” by Betsy Cornwell

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D E S C R I P T I O N

“When sixteen-year-old Sylvie’s brother takes over management of their family’s vast estates, Sylvie feels powerless to stop his abuse of the local commoners. Her dearest friend asks her to run away to the woods with him, and soon a host of other villagers join them. Together, they form their own community and fight to right the wrongs perpetrated by the king and his noblemen.”

Rose-Worthy Features     

While reading this book I LOVED all the original Robin Hood references like instead of Little John it was Little Jane, and even Mariam showed up in one of the scenes. Sylvie’s brother was the sheriff and was abusing the commoners just like in Robin Hood. There was even a robbery scene, even if it was only one.

Probably the best part of this book was the GIRL POWER! With Sylvie being the ultimate girl boss. She helped so many people and was the ultimate supporter. She had so many moments where I felt proud of her, whether it was her sticking up for self against her brother or comforting her new friend Little Jane, there was always some girl power that needed some proud recognition.

Thorny Features     

I’ve noticed that throughout my years of reading, I’m not the biggest fan of books with slow plots, and the plot in this book was slow. I was bored for most of the book because there wasn’t an exact direction where this book was going in. It just kind of flowed. Even when the plot did pick up, it wasn’t that exciting.

There were a few ‘gory’ scenes like Sylvie and Little Jane splitting and eating a heart together, and I’ll be honest, those scenes are just not for me. Even the first chapter is pretty descriptive when it talks about Sylvie hunting and killing a deer. Just a little warning, this book does contain mention of rape, suicide, and assault.

If you’ve been following my blog for long, you know I love romance, well not in this book. I feel like Sylvie and Bird just kind of ended up together at the end, there was no build to their relationship. I would have preferred if, throughout the book, it showed their relationship developing, even a few short scenes would have made a difference.

Final Thoughts     

Overall, I rate this book a 3 out of 5. I loved the idea of this book, but this book just wasn’t for me. There were too many little things that just ruined the book for me. I liked the darker twist to Robin Hood as well as the women empowerment, but I don’t know if I would read this book again. I would recommend that you at least try reading this book because there were some nice qualities to this book. I hope you’ve enjoyed this post, you’ve just been reviewed.

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Book Review: “Stolen Songbird” by Danielle L. Jensen

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D E S C R I P T I O N

“For five centuries, a witch’s curse has bound the trolls to their city beneath the mountain. When Cécile de Troyes is kidnapped and taken beneath the mountain, she realises that the trolls are relying on her to break the curse.

Cécile has only one thing on her mind: escape. But the trolls are clever, fast, and inhumanly strong. She will have to bide her time…

But the more time she spends with the trolls, the more she understands their plight. There is a rebellion brewing. And she just might be the one the trolls were looking for…”

Rose-Worthy Features

Despite not really liking Cécile, the main character, I LOVED Tristan! He was so entertaining. His sarcastic remarks had me dying laughing. Even though he seemed very carefree and funny, Tristan was very caring and dedicated.

Now I’ll be honest, the plot took me a while to get into, which is a little strange considering I’ve read so many other books with similar plot lines. However, once the plot took its shape, I found the storyline to be much more entertaining and unique. Involving different aspects, I wouldn’t have even thought about. More plot twist took place, and I loved all the different twist and turns! Once the storyline took off, I couldn’t get this book out of my hands. So much so that when my book fell asleep my lofted bed when I was sleep tried using different things to get out. Hangers, tongs, but I just ended up squeezing my way in-between the window and the bed, lol.

Fun fact: I’m a sucker for a good family drama (Check out my blog post about some books with family drama), and this book had some difficult family dynamics between Tristan’s family. With the wicked king, strange queen, and insane brother, Tristan’s family was a handful. I enjoyed reading about their entertaining family.

Thorny Features

            I didn’t hate Cécile but, I didn’t love her either. Sure, there were moments where she was selfless and brave, but there were also moments where acted like a brat. I wasn’t the biggest fan of Cécile, she was kind of irritating. Just the way her personality was in some of the dangerous scenes annoyed me. I felt like I was watching a scary movie and was yelling at the main character not to go into the basement.

The relationship between Cécile and Tristan had me conflicted. Sure, they had cute moments but, in my opinion, the whole relationship went by to fast. First there married and don’t talk, then they have one meaningful conversation and now it’s at the ‘I love you’ stage. I just didn’t get how fast it went by.

Final Thoughts

Overall, I rate this book a 4 out of 5. The plot became a lot more enjoyable towards the end. With the different twist in turns, I finished this book in two days. Now even though I wasn’t the biggest fan of Cécile, I loved Tristan and the different layers to his character. The drama in this book reminded me a lot of Gossip Girl, but with trolls, haha. I hope you’ve enjoyed this post, you’ve just been reviewed.

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✰  ‘Stolen Songbird’ by Danielle L. Jensen

Book Review: “The Treachery of Beautiful Things” by Ruth Frances Long

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D E S C R I P T I O N

“A darkly compelling mix of romance, fairy tale, and suspense from a new voice in teen fiction

The trees swallowed her brother whole, and Jenny was there to see it. Now seventeen, she revisits the woods where Tom was taken, resolving to say good-bye at last. Instead, she’s lured into the trees, where she finds strange and dangerous creatures who seem to consider her the threat. Among them is Jack, mercurial and magnetic, with secrets of his own. Determined to find her brother, with or without Jack’s help, Jenny struggles to navigate a faerie world where stunning beauty masks some of the most treacherous evils, and she’s faced with a choice between salvation or sacrifice–and not just her own.”

Rose-Worthy Features     

I love a good fae book! Something about reading about these mischievous little creatures, I find to be interesting. One thing that I’ve always found fascinating is the fae world. I think Ruth Frances Long captured the fae world beautifully. Capturing the beauty but also the treachery (haha see what I did there) that is the fae world.

The plot of this book was highly entertaining. With all the different challenges that Jenny faced, whether it was deceiving monsters, crazy people trying to feed her to monsters and worst of all Mab, the fae queen, but Jenny doesn’t give up easily. I think the book being in the third person set the tone of this book. I liked being able to see all the betrayal and meddling going on, behind Jenny’s back. It defined what the fae are like perfectly.

Uhhh the drama! The betrayal! This book has it all! Especially betrayal. With all the different sides, there is a ton of deception and lying. There is literally no one who Jenny can trust. Take any drama tv show, and add fae, there you have this book.

The relationship between Jenny and Jack was like the fantasy version of Romeo and Juliet. They want to be together but there are so many factors that are stopping them. One is that Jack is not human. Their moments together have so much chemistry and passion, I loved their relationship!

One thing that I can guarantee is that the ending of this book was perfect! It was something I didn’t expect or see coming but made me smile ear to ear. The ending was like a full course meal, and I was completely satisfied.

Final Thoughts

Overall, I rate this book a 4 out of 5. Honestly, this book is just gorgeous. Even if you decide to read this book just because of the cover, you won’t be disappointed. The magical fae world was beautifully written about, and I highly recommend reading this book. I hope you’ve enjoyed this post, you’ve just been reviewed.

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‘The Treachery of Beautiful Things’ by Ruth Frances Long

BEST Fantasy Books To Read!

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Hi everyone! Welcome back to my blog! Today I’ll be talking about some fabulous fantasy (through back to my first post) books. I decided to make a part 2 mainly for two reasons:

1. I love fantasy books and will use any excuse to read them.

2. My first post was actually on fantasy book and since my one year anniversary is coming up, I thought it would be fun to recreate it!

While some of these books have been published recently while others are hidden gems in your never-ending tbr pile. Make sure to subscribe for more information about these marvelous books! Now here are the books:

  1. “The Treachery Of Beautiful Things” by Ruth Frances LongProcessed with VSCO with a6 preset     Confession: This book has been on my tbr for about 4 years, yikes. I know, I know, 4 years, that’s a little crazy, but luckily one day I was looking at my tbr, and this book popped up. First, the whole image of this book is just stunning. The cover, the title, the writing is just gorgeous. This book is a magical fae story, one that will leave you in awe!

2. “Wintersong” by S. Jae-Jones

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Now ‘Wintersong’ is one of those books that have taken over bookstagram. I would see it all the time! Every new account I would skim upon, this book was alway somewhere in their feed. So I finally called my local library and put this book on hold, let’s just say I wasn’t disappointed. This book is Labyrinth meets Beauty and the Beast. So definitely add this book to your list because you won’t be disappointed.

3. “Tempest Rising” by Tracy Deebs

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If you want a good beach read then this is it! “Tempest Rising’ is a form of The Little Mermaid and The Lightning Thief combined. This book is a splash, haha! With adventure, a drama-filled love triangle, and a magical heritage. This book will surely add something different to your tbr list!

4. “Stolen Songbird” by Danielle L. Jensen

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If you liked ‘The Wintersong’ by Danielle L. Jensen, then this book is the perfect next read for you. With a secret troll rebellion, a steamy romance and secrets all around, this book will surely have you hooked! I liked this book so much, that when it fell in between my lofted bed and the floor I squeezed in between my bed and the window to get it out.

5. “The Forest Queen” by Betsy Cornwell

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Everyone knows the story of Robin Hood. Coincidently I watched the latest Robin Hood movie last night. In this book, Robin Hood meets feminism! Following Sylvie as she retells the story of Robin Hood in a different light. This book is filled with action-packed adventure and awesome women power.

6. “To Best The Boys” by Mary Weber

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If this book were an equation, it would be Mulan + The Hunger Games +  Maze Runner = this book! I loved reading this book! It’s the perfect combination of dystopian and fantasy, it’s worth reading. With lots of twist and turns, this book will have you gripping the edges in anticipation!

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✰ ‘The Treachery of Beautiful Things’ by Ruth Frances Long

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‘Tempest Rising’ by Tracy Deebs

✰ ‘Stolen Songbird’ by Danielle L. Jensen

‘The Forest Queen’ by Betsy Cornwell

‘To Best The Boys’ by Mary Webber

Books To Read During The Summer!

Hey everyone and happy summer! I’ll admit I’ve been on summer break for a while now and I’ve come up with six great books to read to get you in the summer mood! With hot summer beaches, gasp-worthy drama and best of all an epic summer romance, these books will have you having the best summer ever! Let’s get on to the book recommendations:

  1. ‘On The Fence’ by Kasie West

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With summer finally here why not start off with a fresh summer romance! This book is so cute! Full of family, romance, and drama. If you’re looking for YA romance then look no further this is it. Enjoy reading about Charlie, a tomboy who’s slowly finding her inner girly girl. ‘On The Fence’ is loaded of humorous moments, that will have you cracking up! So hop on the fence and read this book! Haha, bad joke.

     2. ‘Wake’ by Amanda Hocking

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Let’s just say this book has been on my tbr for WAY too long and it definitely did not disappoint. This book took summer YA book to summer fantasy adventure YA book. With lots of plot twist and magical moments, this book is the perfect sitting by the beach type of book, simply watch out for sirens (you’ll get it if you read the book). So, if you’re in the mood for a dip in the fantasy pond, this book is an excellent choice!

      3. ‘The Sisterhood of the Traveling pants’ by Ann Brashares

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Romance? Check. Adventure? Check. Best friends who all happen to fit in a magic pair of pants? Check! The Sister Hood of the Traveling Pants is a rollercoaster sort of book. Full of ups and downs, twist and turns, this book will be impossible to put down. While following four best friends and their adventures away from each other.

     4. ‘Since You’ve Been Gone’ by Morgan Matson

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This summer I’ve decided to make a summer bucket list and this book definitely gave me the inspirations! Follow Emily as she completes each task from her summer bucket list, while also trying to find her missing best friend, Salone. ‘Since You’ve Been Gone’ has drama, passion, and humor! This book had me cracking up laughing and gripping the book in anticipation, wondering what would happen next. Grab a pen and paper because I can guarantee that you will want to start a summer bucket list after you finish reading this book!

      5. ‘Love & Gelato’ by Jenna Evans Welch

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If you’re like me this summer is a staycation, whoop whoop. So why not sit by the pool and read about all the marvelous moments in Italy while not having to leave the comfort of your home. This book is so vivid that it can make any staycation feel like a vacation. An epic romance that will have you smiling, ear to ear. Secrets will be revealed that will make you gasp out loud. Before you read this book though, I recommend that you buy some gelato, you’ll thank me later.

     6. ‘Sixteenth Summer’ by Michelle Dalton

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If the song ‘Summer Nights’ from Greece were a book, this is it. With young love flying through the air, this book is the perfect book to read through those long tiring summer nights. Read about Anna and Will’s relationship as their relationship develops throughout the summer. They face a lot of struggles throughout the book, their main enemy being time. ‘Sixteenth Summer’ is the ideal short summer book. So make sure you go pick it next you go to the library!

 

I hope you’ve enjoyed these book recommendations! Have you read any of these books? If so which ones? If you haven’t do you plan to? Make sure to subscribe because book recommendations will be coming for each of these books! I hope you’ve enjoyed this post, you’ve just been reviewed.

Book Review: “The Museum of Heartbreak” by Meg Leder

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“The Museum of Heartbreak” by Meg Leder

D E S C R I P T I O N

“In this ode to all the things we gain and lose and gain again, seventeen-year-old Penelope Marx curates her own mini-museum to deal with all the heartbreaks of love, friendship, and growing up.

Welcome to the Museum of Heartbreak.

Well, actually, to Penelope Marx’s personal museum. The one she creates after coming face to face with the devastating, lonely-making butt-kicking phenomenon known as heartbreak.

Heartbreak comes in all forms: There’s Keats, the charmingly handsome new guy who couldn’t be more perfect for her. There’s possibly the worst person in the world, Cherisse, whose mission in life is to make Penelope miserable. There’s Penelope’s increasingly distant best friend Audrey. And then there’s Penelope’s other best friend, the equal-parts-infuriating-and-yet-somehow-amazing Eph, who has been all kinds of confusing lately.

But sometimes the biggest heartbreak of all is learning to let go of that wondrous time before you ever knew things could be broken.”

Rose-Worthy Features

    Jumping straight in with the characters, I didn’t mind Penelope. She was interesting to read about and experienced lots of character development. She starts out being pretty closed off to people outside of her friend group, but she slowly learns to open up. She was centered around her boyfriend Keats, but I liked seeing her break free from his charming smile and dreamy eyes. Penelope slowly starts to become more independent, and I liked seeing her start to stand up for herself and not be such a doormat.

                Something that I loved about this book was the meaning of the cover. The cover had miscellaneous items that symbolize something relevant to the book. I would enjoy reading about a card and then glance at the front of the cover to see if it was significant to the plot. I love when the cover of a book means something more important to the plot of the story. In my opinion, it makes the book more fun to read!

            The plot of this book was entertaining. I liked seeing Penelope and her relationship with people develop. In my opinion it was fun to read about.  

            This book is a bit of a love triangle with Penelope falling for the mysterious Keats while still thinking about her best friend Eph. Keats seems like Mr. Perfect but as the book goes on his perfect façade slowly fades. Eph on the other hand I loved! He was sweet but also sarcastic and I just adored him. If it isn’t obvious I’m team Eph!

Thorny Features

            There wasn’t anything that I really didn’t like in this book. I seemed to like mostly everything that this book had to offer. It was cute and I’m glad I read this book.

Final Thoughts

            Overall, I rate this book a 4 out of 5. This book was super cute. I liked all the symbols and the multiple cute moments that were in this book. I love character development so I enjoyed seeing Penelope change as the book went on. And of course I loved Eph! I definitely recommend this book! I hope you’ve enjoyed this post, you’ve just been reviewed.

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‘The Museum of Heartbreak’ by Meg Leder

Books I’ve Read So Far During Spring!

Hello everyone and happy Monday! I know it’s late but it’s finally spring! I’m about to give you three books that are very ‘springy’, or at least the covers are. All the books in this blog post have gorgeous covers that reminded me of spring. So even though there not completely spring they still have some sort of relation.  Enjoy!

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“Everything Everything” by Nicola Yoon

“My disease is as rare as it is famous. Basically, I’m allergic to the world. I don’t leave my house, have not left my house in seventeen years. The only people I ever see are my mom and my nurse, Carla.

But then one day, a moving truck arrives next door. I look out my window, and I see him. He’s tall, lean and wearing all black—black T-shirt, black jeans, black sneakers, and a black knit cap that covers his hair completely. He catches me looking and stares at me. I stare right back. His name is Olly.

Maybe we can’t predict the future, but we can predict some things. For example, I am certainly going to fall in love with Olly. It’s almost certainly going to be a disaster.”

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“Eleanor & Park” by Rainbow Rowell

“Two misfits.
One extraordinary love.

Eleanor… Red hair, wrong clothes. Standing behind him until he turns his head. Lying beside him until he wakes up. Making everyone else seem drabber and flatter and never good enough…Eleanor.

Park… He knows she’ll love a song before he plays it for her. He laughs at her jokes before she ever gets to the punch line. There’s a place on his chest, just below his throat, that makes her want to keep promises…Park.

Set over the course of one school year, this is the story of two star-crossed sixteen-year-olds—smart enough to know that first love almost never lasts, but brave and desperate enough to try.”

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“Fangirl” by Rainbow Rowell

“From the author of the New York Times bestseller Eleanor & Park. A coming-of-age tale of fan fiction, family and first love.

Cath is a Simon Snow fan.

Okay, the whole world is a Simon Snow fan..

But for Cath, being a fan is her life—and she’s really good at it. She and her twin sister, Wren, ensconced themselves in the Simon Snow series when they were just kids; it’s what got them through their mother leaving. Reading. Rereading. Hanging out in Simon Snow forums, writing Simon Snow fan fiction, dressing up like the characters for every movie premiere.

Cath’s sister has mostly grown away from fandom, but Cath can’t let go. She doesn’t want to.

Now that they’re going to college, Wren has told Cath she doesn’t want to be roommates. Cath is on her own, completely outside of her comfort zone. She’s got a surly roommate with a charming, always-around boyfriend, a fiction-writing professor who thinks fan fiction is the end of the civilized world, a handsome classmate who only wants to talk about words… And she can’t stop worrying about her dad, who’s loving and fragile and has never really been alone.

For Cath, the question is: Can she do this? Can she make it without Wren holding her hand? Is she ready to start living her own life? Writing her own stories?

And does she even want to move on if it means leaving Simon Snow behind?”

 

I’ve read all of these books and loved them so hopefully you will too! Make to subscribe to my blog so you can stay up to date with what I’m reading! I hope you’ve enjoyed this post, you’ve just been reviewed.

Books To Read For Valentines Day!

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Hello everyone! Its almost Valentines Day! I love Valentines Day, its definitely one of my favorite holidays. Love is all over and its the perfect time to read romance books! So if you know me, you know that I LOVE romance books. Everything about romance books just make me so happy. So this week I will be giving my favorite Valentines Day recommendations:

‘The Summer I turned Pretty’ by Jenny Han

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‘The Summer I Turned Pretty’ by Jenny Han

‘Belly measures her life in summers. Everything good, everything magical happens between the months of June and August. Winters are simply a time to count the weeks until the next summer, a place away from the beach house, away from Susannah, and most importantly, away from Jeremiah and Conrad. They are the boys that Belly has known since her very first summer—they have been her brother figures, her crushes, and everything in between. But one summer, one terrible and wonderful summer, the more everything changes, the more it all ends up just the way it should have been all along’

‘By Your Side’ by Kasie West

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‘By Your Side’ by Kasie West

‘An irresistible story from Kasie West that explores the timeless question: What do you do when you fall for the person you least expect?

When Autumn Collins finds herself accidentally locked in the library for an entire weekend, she doesn’t think things could get any worse. But that’s before she realizes that Dax Miller is locked in with her.

Autumn doesn’t know much about Dax except that he’s trouble. Between the rumors about the fight he was in (and that brief stint in juvie that followed it) and his reputation as a loner, he’s not exactly the ideal person to be stuck with. Still, she just keeps reminding herself that it is only a matter of time before Jeff, her almost-boyfriend, realizes he left her in the library and comes to rescue her.

Only he doesn’t come. No one does.

Instead it becomes clear that Autumn is going to have to spend the next couple of days living off vending-machine food and making conversation with a boy who clearly wants nothing to do with her. Except there is more to Dax than meets the eye.

As he and Autumn at first grudgingly, and then not so grudgingly, open up to each other, Autumn is struck by their surprising connection. But can their feelings for each other survive once the weekend is over and Autumn’s old life, and old love interest, threaten to pull her from Dax’s side?

‘Twilight’ by Stephanie Meyer

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‘Twilight’ by Stephanie Meyer

About three things I was absolutely positive.

First, Edward was a vampire.

Second, there was a part of him—and I didn’t know how dominant that part might be—that thirsted for my blood.

And third, I was unconditionally and irrevocably in love with him.

In the first book of the Twilight Saga, internationally bestselling author Stephenie Meyer introduces Bella Swan and Edward Cullen, a pair of star-crossed lovers whose forbidden relationship ripens against the backdrop of small-town suspicion and a mysterious coven of vampires. This is a love story with bite.’

‘Four Doors Down’ by Emma Doherty

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‘Four Doors Down’ by Emma Doherty

‘Becca McKenzie is just trying to make it through her senior year of high school. She has good friends and a gorgeous boyfriend but Ryan Jackson, the bane of her existence, keeps popping up everywhere.

She doesn’t care that they were best friends for years. She doesn’t care that their moms are close and therefore she hears more about him that she’d ever care to know. She doesn’t care that their mutual friend, Jake, keeps pushing them all to hang out together, and she especially doesn’t care that the rest of the school bows down and worships him.

Becca decided years ago that he wasn’t worth her time and nothing, NOTHING, is going to change her mind.’

I hope you’ll add one of these books to you TBR, expect some review later this week. Make sure to subscribe to find out which book gets out first. I hope you’ve enjoyed this post, you’ve just been reviewed.

 

 

‘What Light’ Brightened The Holidays

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Description:

Sierra’s family runs a Christmas tree farm in Oregon—it’s a bucolic setting for a girl to grow up in, except that every year, they pack up and move to California to set up their Christmas tree lot for the season. So Sierra lives two lives: her life in Oregon and her life at Christmas. And leaving one always means missing the other. 

Until this particular Christmas, when Sierra meets Caleb, and one life eclipses the other.

By reputation, Caleb is not your perfect guy: years ago, he made an enormous mistake and has been paying for it ever since. But Sierra sees beyond Caleb’s past and becomes determined to help him find forgiveness and, maybe, redemption. As disapproval, misconceptions, and suspicions swirl around them, Caleb and Sierra discover the one thing that transcends all else: true love.

What Light is a love story that’s moving and life-affirming and completely unforgettable.

Rose-Worthy Features

If you a looking for a cozy winter book then this is the book for you.

Caleb was an interesting character compared to Sierra. When I first read about Caleb, I thought he was kind of crazy but once I read more about him, I realized he is just really misunderstood. Caleb is sweet and overall a really nice character.

The plot was fine. It followed Sierra and her struggling to come to terms that her parents tree farm may be shutting down, while she also tries to figure out her feelings for Caleb. 

The relationship between Caleb and Sierra was like a forbidden romance. Sierra’s leaving to return back to her home in a few weeks so she can’t really start something serious with Caleb. Sierra and Caleb had a bunch of adorable moments that made me smile and a lot of the activities they did together helped enhance the festive vibes to this book.

Thorny Features

            I didn’t mind the main character Sierra. Even though she was a bit dull and nosey, she was sweet and outgoing. There would be times where she put her relationship with Caleb over her friendship with her best friends. Which I wasn’t a big fan of.

Final Thoughts

Overall, I rate this book a 3 out 5. I liked Caleb, he had a big heart and was just a really delightful character.  The relationship between Sierra and Caleb was sweet and had a lot of cute moments. This book had a lot of festive Christmas vibes to it, that I really loved reading but sadly this Christmas book to go. I hope you’ve enjoyed this post, you’ve just been reviewed.