TRLR Hit List: Contemporary Romances Set Outside the US

» 21 February, 2016 » Best of, TRLR Hit List » 0 comments

TRLR Hit List: Contemporary Romances Set Outside the US

I have a confession to make. This post has been languishing in draft folder for a while now, and it wasn’t until last night that I finally got to finish writing it. Hurrah! *throws confetti in the air* So here it is. TRLR’s Hit List. First up, contemporary romance set outside the US, and let me tell you guys that I’ve read and loved everything on this list. I have to add a disclaimer though. All the books included on this list are books that I’ve read personally. So if you don’t see your fave books here, don’t fret. It might be because I haven’t read it yet. So if you think your fave book belongs on this list, tell me about it in the comments section and I’ll be adding it to my TBR. Now on to the Hit List. In random order. On Dublin Street Series by Samantha Young (On Dublin Street, Until Fountain Bridge, Down London Road, Before Jamaica Lane, Fall From India Place, Echoes of Scotland Street, Moonlight on Nightingale Way) When I started thinking about this post, the series that came to mind immediately were Samantha Young’s On Dublin Street series. These interconnected standalones are set against the backdrop of beautiful Edinburgh. The […]

TRLR’s Top 10 Books of 2015

» 1 January, 2016 » Best of, Reviews » 6 comments

TRLR’s Top 10 Books of 2015

The year 2015 ended a few hours ago. But before I begin another reading journey for 2016, I want to look back at 2015 and the amazing books I’ve read and share them with you. 255 – That’s the official number of books I’ve read this year. 68, 582 – The number of pages I’ve read this year. 3.2 – My average star ratings on Goodreads. I gave 5 stars to 13 books this year, and sadly, gave 1 star to 28 others. Nevertheless, I consider 2015 to be a good year for me. I’ve read a lot of great books and some not so great books. But all of them, in some way or another, left a mark on me. And for that, I am extremely grateful. 2015 was also the year where I started reading a lot of darker and edgier stuff. Books like Corrupt by Penelope Douglas or Ruin & Rule by Pepper Winters would have been a hard no for me before, but now, I know I can read dark books and even enjoy them tremendously. So I’ll definitely continue reading darker and edgier books this year. As much as I enjoyed venturing into dark territory, my reading heart would always beat for contemporary […]