I am a big Marvel fan. So when I heard that they were coming out with a Black Widow novel, I was off the roof! Natasha Romanoff is one of my favorite characters, and I think she’s fairly underrated. We didn’t get to hear much about her background story through the movies she’s been in, so I was really excited to finally read a book about her.

I asked for it this Christmas, and my sister was nice enough to give it to me! The first thing I loved about it is the gorgeous cover. I mean, look at that! Doesn’t that look like a great book?

Black Widow: Forever Red

THE PLOT

Natasha Romanoff is sent to stop a big operation involving her old teacher, Ivan Somodorov, the evil man behind the Red Room. While dismantling Ivan’s base of operations, she saves a little girl, Ava Orlova, in the process. Ava has tried to reach out to her saviour ever since, but the Black Widow is not really the big sister type.

Eight years after that night, when children start disappearing again in Eastern Europe, Natasha knows her old teacher has returned. But what she didn’t know is that she would need the help of Ava Orlova to stop him.

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Since Valentine’s Day is coming up, I teamed up with a few bloggers to share our favorite romantic reads to put you all in the mood! Whether you like the holiday or not, if you like contemporaries and/or romance novels, I think you might find something to your taste in this list!

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You is a thriller written by Caroline Kepnes. When a beautiful, mysterious girl ends up in the bookstore where Joe Goldberg works, he does what most people would do: he googles the name on her credit card.

Guinevere Beck is all over the Internet: she has a public Facebook account and tweets incessantly, giving to Joe everything he needs to know about her.

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After orchestrating a “unexpected” meeting at a bar he knows she will be at one night, Joe slowly starts taking control over Beck’s life, driving her to him. Joe is willing to do everything to get his dream girl, even if it means murder.  View Post

One of my favorite things about the holidays (besides Christmas) is the end of the year. Let me explain: I love the idea of New Year, New Me, yearly favorites and new year resolutions.

Favorite Books of 2015

 In that spirit, I have decided to share with you today my favorite books of 2015. Some of them were published this year, but some of them I only discovered in 2015, even though they were released before. All of those books definitely deserved a five-star review, and here’s why.  View Post

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Summer is the time of the year for me when it comes to books. This is usually when I get the most reading done. As summer is soon coming to an end (*cries*), I thought it would be nice to share with you the new discoveries that I made over the summer book-wise.

Favorite Books of Summer 2015

I had given myself the challenge of reading 25 books this summer, and I’m proud to say that I did achieve it! Not only did I managed to read the 25 wanted books, I also got to catch up on my Goodreads challenge! I am now one step closer to reaching my goals of reading 100 books during the year. I was able to cross off a few books off of my summer TBR and found some new favorites! So here are my favorite books of summer 2015! View Post