Synopsis: Lady Molly Fairbanks ran off to elope with her father’s assistant, but he deserted her at an inn for Lord Harry Traemore’s mistress. By that point Molly had already decided she didn’t want to marry such an oaf, so she didn’t much mind except she was left with her childhood nemesis. Harry did very much mind because he and five other men were part of a contest created by the Prince Regent in which the man with the “Most Delectable” mistress wins. If Harry doesn’t show up with a companion then, by default, he loses and so he convinces Molly to fill in… but a least likely mistress there never was. Continue reading “Book Review: When Harry Met Molly by Kieran Kramer”
Delirium by Lauren Oliver
You can’t be happy unless you’re unhappy sometimes. You know that, right?
Sometimes I feel as though there are two me’s, once coasting directly on top of the other: the superficial me, who nods when she’s supposed to nod and says what she’s supposed to say, and some other deeper part, the part that worries and dreams. Most of the time they move along in sync and I hardly notice the split, but sometimes it feels as though I’m two whole different people and I could rip apart at any second.