Month: December 2017

Chouchou Jiken ♡ Haruka

Chouchou Jiken ♡ Haruka

There are spoilers ahead, but I’ve tried my best to put major plot ones under spoiler cuts. Haruka has ruined me for all of the other routes. I’m sorry, but I don’t think they’re gonna measure up anymore, just look at this babe. Amazing. Before we get started, though, considering you can see two of Haruka in the character list on the official Otomate site, and the character descriptions literally tell you he’s male I’m not […]

Posted 9 December, 2017
Otome Game Review

Updates

Updates

As you can probably tell I don’t have any reviews or anything that kind of counts as semi-interesting content ready at the moment, so here’s some rambles about what I’ve been doing lately instead❤︎ (Other than messing about and changing my blog theme a bit anyway)                Duke of my Heart (A Season for Scandal, #1) by Kelly Bowen – Initially I’d wanted to read the third one in this […]

Posted 6 December, 2017
General

Review ♦︎ The Love Interest

Review ♦︎ The Love Interest

I have never been more disappointed in a book in my life. Okay, I may be exaggerating, but this definitely comes pretty close. The Love Interest is about two people fighting for the affection of Juliet, only to fall in love with each other. I only wish it was as good as it sounded. Love Interests are people, usually teenagers, trained from a young age to become either Nice Guys or Bad Boys; they’re sent to […]

Posted 5 December, 2017
Book Review

Review ♦︎ Shadow

Review ♦︎ Shadow

Wendy Darling was a girl with a purpose, not remotely the same girl who had fled Pan Island in a flurry of fear. I love Wendy Darling, which is probably not something you hear often considering the general disdain people have for girly girls or motherly girls or girls in general, but I love her in most incarnations. I especially love her in this one. She’s not the strongest, or the best fighter, and has […]

Posted 3 December, 2017
Book Review

Review ♦︎ Seas

Review ♦︎ Seas

“Children are not just children in Neverland, Wendy Darling. You should know that more than anyone.”  We already know Peter to be an unreliable narrator, so it’s no surprise that Hook is not so much a monster but just a man. Pirates, however, aren’t always the best people to trust so Wendy has to navigate a tentative agreement with Captain Hook, avoiding Peter, finding a safe place on the ship, and keeping herself and Michael […]

Posted 1 December, 2017
Book Review