Color Glow – natural transparent
Size 0.17 oz/ 5 g
My Rating ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
A highlighting balm that adds a gorgeous wet dewy glow to any skin-tone.
If you love a natural dewy look then this product is for you. True to its name this dewy stix really makes your skin glow. Makeup or no makeup this thing really does the job. I was very skeptical about this product at first. Appeared more akin to a lip balm on first impressions but I’m glad it proved me wrong. This is one of those products which you may always want to keep handy. Not at all sticky, light as air & in my opinion underrated.
This product is available in 3 shades.
Glow – natural transparent
Lustre – pink iridescent
Gleam – gold opal
Title Cinderella Screwed Me Over
Author Cindi Madsen
Genre Contemporary, Romance
My Rating ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
The truth is, fairy-tale beginnings are easy. It’s what comes after that’s hard. Life doesn’t have a clean-cut ending.
Cindi Madsen ( Cinderella Screwed Me Over, Chapter: 35)
Darby Quinn has a bone to pick with Cinderella. Burned one too many times by ex-boyfriends, Darby has lost all belief in the happily-ever-after that the fairy-tale princess promised her. She’s sworn off love, Prince Charming’s, and happy endings and she’s happy about it. Really. Or at least she was…until she met Jake, her gorgeous neighbour and the manager of her favourite restaurant. But Darby has rules about dating, ones she’s culled from her years spent with so-called “princes,” and starting something with Jake would break all of them.
Charming, fun, and unwilling to give up on her, Jake doesn’t fit any of the profiles Darby has created from her case studies of ex-princes-gone-bad. Finally presented with her own Prince Charming, can Darby take a chance on a happily-ever-after?
Full of wit and sarcastic humor, Cinderella Screwed Me Over proves that sometimes the perfect love, like a perfect pair of shoes, is just within your grasp.
Honestly read this book just because of its title. The storyline is exactly what one would expect from this genre, a girl, a boy, self-created misunderstandings or problems & eventually, the happy ending. What makes this book interesting is the way the writer has introduced ‘Disney’ princes or princesses as case studies. Dissecting all those love stories from our childhood to prove there is no such thing as true love but in the end giving us that very hope of finding that one in a million. If you have yet to find your prince charming then go give it a read. I’m sure Darby Quinn can guide you on what to look for 😉
Title Worth the Weight
Author Mara Jacobs
Genre Contemporary, Romance
My Rating ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
Her disregard for her body was like a black hole that she hadn’t seen herself falling into. When she was so deeply ensconced, she could see no way out.
Mara Jacobs ( Worth the Weight, Chapter: 16)
A new body. A new life. An old flame?
Lizzie Hampton is literally a shadow of her former self. Having lost half her body weight, she’s headed to her small hometown to test out her new body on an old flame. Just a harmless fling to get her self-confidence back before she returns to the city and the new man in her life.
But Lizzie’s plan has a few bumps in the road.
Finn Robbins can’t believe Liz is back in town. Desperate to be the holder of her innocence eighteen years ago, he never got the chance. Now she’s back and he can finally check her off his to do list. But her friends, his son, and the mysterious Annie may have something to say about that.
Not much to say about this book as it was quite predictable. Not a bad read per se but there wasn’t anything new to the story to make it stand out. The only fact I liked about this piece is that it really reflects the raw emotions related to body image. The acceptance of ones true self & its effects on one’s self-esteem are explored. Read if you have time to spare.
Title Suitcase Girl
Author Ty Hutchinson
Genre Thriller, Mystery , Fiction
My Rating ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
In the first book of the Suitcase Girl Trilogy, Agent Abby Kane discovers an unlikely connection with a little girl found outside the offices of the FBI.
In an effort to learn where the child came from, Abby brings the girl home with her, thinking a family environment might jog the girl’s memory. Abby’s efforts pay off as the investigation points toward human trafficking. Only it doesn’t end there.
As Abby continues to dig, indicators suggest there’s something more, something unthinkable… and quite frankly, unexplainable.
Read this one in less than 24 hours! Yes 24 hours! I was hooked to the story. Fascinated by the characters as they were all well-developed. Writing style was also easy to grapple with, considering the story is full of twists and turns, yet mystery to be solved & questions to be answered. A great read. To be continued in part 2 for those interested to continue on the journey.