Today's Top 5 Wednesday prompt is Books Written by Women. Happy International Women’s Day! To honor today's holiday, here are five books that were written by female authors!
Top 5 Wednesday: Friends-to-Lovers
Today's Top 5 Wednesday prompt is Friends-to-Lovers. In the past, we’ve talked about books that had the enemies-to-lovers trope, but I don’t think we’ve spotlighted the friends-to-lovers trope in books before. Here are my top five books that have a friends-to-lovers trope!
Book Review: Swan Peak
The Wolfe is hungry for more… Entranced by the exquisite delights of the passionate lifestyle introduced to her by William Wolfe, April Ekdahl eagerly joins him on a luxurious winter holiday at his alpine estate. But as she opens her mind to unfathomable new experiences, April finds her heart aching as deep fractures in her prince’s façade are revealed. Despite the demons that still haunt her, William accepts her. But will he allow her to embrace his darkness in return?
Book Review: Swan Lake
The Swan is not as innocent as she appears... Doubts and fears of her own making have kept April a prisoner of her mind for far too long. Her promising ballet career was halted after a violent attack, forcing her into a rehabilitation facility to cope with her crushing emotional pain. Now, eager for a fresh start, she battles to hide her daily struggles under an ill-fitting mask of control. Until she meets William. Older. Mysterious. Dangerous. Underneath his intoxicating guidance, April explores exquisite freedoms that unlock a powerful side of herself she never knew existed. But the handsome billionaire has a dark side of his own, and may not be the modern-day prince the world believes him to be. Plagued by labels of both good and evil, will he be her salvation? Or her ultimate undoing?