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  • The Seven Year Slip by Ashley Poston

    Imagine you fall in love with someone, but they’re seven years in the past. How will they have changed, if you manage to find them in the present, will you still be able to love them with how they’ll have changed? It’s such a quirky, fantastical, sweet idea that I couldn’t wait to read the Seven Year Slip. Read More

  • Happy Place By Emily Henry Book Review

    Happy Place is so hopefully heartbreaking. Emily Henry is the master of crafting a story that makes you feel bittersweet happiness and sadness all at once. Even her happy endings… Read More

  • Yours Truly By Abby Jimenez Book Review

    Yours Truly by Abby Jimenez is a heartfelt look at love after heartbreak, but also strength through mental health and the journey of accepting yourself and those you love. Read More

  • The Best Books To Read For Pride Month

    It's June which means it's Pride month. It's time to embrace our diversity and say love is love! Here's a list of the best books to read for Pride month. These books will make you laugh, make you cry, and most importantly introduce you to a whole host of inclusive characters. Word of warning, I'm currently in an Alexis Hall binge, so there's going to be a few of his books in the list. Read More

  • For Real By Alexis Hall Book Review

    For Real by Alexis Hall is one hell of a sexy, heartfelt, romance book. It’s full of contraversial themes like age gap romance and BDSM, but it’s also an expertly crafted, researched and written story about two people finding love. Read More

  • Boyfriend Material By Alexis Hall Book Review

    I just want Boyfriend Material to be my gay BFF, so I can hang out with it forever and ever. It can keep telling me all of Luc’s lame jokes, and Oliver can make me French toast. Read More

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About Me

Hi, I'm Bliss, the reader and writer behind Books For Bliss. Discover book reviews, lists for your next great read, or a story to make you feel great. It's all right at your finger tips; happiness on a page. Read More