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*~Review: First Came Forever by Annie Woods~5+++++ Stars~*

~First Came Forever is available now!~

I want to thank Annie Woods for providing me with an ARC of First Came Forever in exchange for an honest review. I appreciate this opportunity. All opinions and views expressed are my own.

Synopsis: Erica and her 3 closest friends are off on a summer vacation celebrating turning 18 and being legal. When Erica’s friends want to party hardy, Erica feels out of step with them. Erica has set up the vacation so that they will backpack over beautiful countries and enjoy sightseeing.

At their current location the other girl’s decide to stay because the place is well known for its parties and they know they are going to get lit asf at the next full moon party.

Erica pleads with her friends to stick with the original plans. She wants to see all the beautiful sites and attractions that she can. After her pleading is shown to be useless, Erica decides to continue the journey on her own.

While waiting in line at a tourists’ attraction, Erica bumps into an intriguing and attractive stranger, Sasha. They hit it off right away and Erica experiences all the feels of love for the very first time.

When everything seems to be a fairy tale and perfect, Erica is faced with Sasha’s deception. She moves to the United States and starts a new school that brings on a whole new set of life experiences. Erica goes on many adventures throughout First Came Forever. She faces love, friendship, confusion, betrayal, high school drama and grief. Will Erica forgive Sasha for his deception? Will Erica make a way through her new life and trials? Read First Came Forever by Annie Woods to find out!

Review: Wow!!! This book was epically amazing! When first reading this story, I felt it was going to be a simple and cute love story….

You and I belong together, it’s as simple as that. I’ve waited for you my whole life, I’m nothing without you. We’ll make this work, I promise.

I couldn’t have been more wrong! As things progressed I was thrown for twists and turns that I had no clue were coming! I absolutely adored Erica! In so many ways I was Erica. Erica loved others to a fault and felt out of step with her friends.

Annie Woods based this book off of actual life experiences. I was thoroughly impressed and enjoyed this book so much. Annie took her life experiences and weaved through these pages passion and talent creating a Young Adult Masterpiece that I won’t soon be able to forget. First Came Forever made me feel so much emotions and I felt like I couldn’t fathom waiting for the sequel! I give this book 5+++++ royal stars out of 5! I didn’t realize all the feels this book gave me! I couldn’t recommend this book enough! There also was some LGBT+ friendly stuff in here which I enjoyed. If it wasn’t the holidays with sick kids I would have finished this within hours!

Oh and I usually don’t like love triangles but this book had so much more to it than that! I will have to say after a certain incident didn’t sit well with me, I am #TeamTyler but man are my feelings all out of sorts! My only problem is how could you leave us with that ending Annie and make us wait?!! #WorthIT

I also want to do a shout out to Adrienne @ Darque Dreamer Reads for fangirling with me throughout my reading of this book! She just made things even more AWESOME! In the link above and HERE you can find her review of First Came Forever. She also posted a Q & A with Annie Woods with it!

One more thing I wanted to add is that not only was this book awesome so was the author. I was kind of scared that after making friends with Annie that I would hate if I didn’t enjoy this book. Well all of my fears were put at bay when reading this book and realizing it’s now one of my favorites of all time. I can see why Erica is based off Annie and why me and Annie connected! She even sent me a sweet signed copy! Yay! First Came Forever by Annie Woods is highly recommended!🤗💟😁😍💃💝📚

☆~Bookish Home Decor and Such~☆

Hope everyone is having a great weekend and I thought I’d share some bookish love by posting these pics of bookish decor or things made with books. Hope everyone has a great day!📚💝📚💝

Appologies to Anyone who Felt That I Was Being…

racist by the shown picture. I was told I was inadvertently being racist and just wanted everyone to know that is not who I am. I have fought for equal rights for many minorities. Also a big chuck of my nationality is Asian. My ancestors are from the Philippines. My race is mixed and consists mostly of minorities, I’m disabled, polyamorous, and a pansexual. So pretty much the definition of a minority and proud. I know I’m a lot of things but hating someone especially for the skin color is just not me. Hating anyone for that matter is just not me. So if my picture offended anyone I appologize. I laugh at other’s stupidity like the ones who make these silly and funny memes, it’s just who I am. You rock guys and hope you have a great day!😊 That is all folks!

Review + #Giveaway: Gray Hawk of Terrapin 

Check out this awesome giveaway featured on Taiwo’s blog! Taiwo is an awesome and supportive book blogger!😊

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Hey guys!! I’m teaming up with Prodigy Gold Books to organise a giveaway for Gray Hawk of Terrapin. This was an amazing book that I read and really enjoyed. You’ll find a short review here and there’s the giveaway link at the end. Make sure to enter it for a chance to win a paperback copy of this book.

An e-ARC of this book was given to me by the publisher in exchange for a honest review.

Author: Moss Whelan 

Genre: YA, Fantasy

Publisher: Prodigy Gold Books

Publication Date: 23rd January, 2018

Pages: 320



“You must be strong in the face of the fear. You must live as though it doesn’t exist. Because it will ask you to. And you must not. Give it an inch and it will take everything. It is the masters of illusion and will stop at nothing to obtain your slavery.”


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