e-books I got for my birthday


My birthday was last Tuesday and of course, I celebrated and I got a couple of gifts. One of the gifts was a gift card to an online (Dutch) store where you can buy anything. The only reason why I shop there is e-books. So of course, I bought e-books with this gift card and these are the e-books I got for my birthday.

E-books I got for my birthday

How to fail at flirting: Summer is coming and I just want to read cute romance books. For one night her focus will stray from her demanding job and Naya will tackle a new kind of to-do list. When she meets a charming stranger in town on business, he presents the perfect opportunity to check off the items on her list. Let the guy buy her a drink. Check. Try something new. Check. A no-strings-attached hookup.  Check…almost.   | AMAZONBOOK DEPOSITORY

If Harry met Sally again: I think this book is based on the movie ‘When Harry met Sally’. The title gave that away. When Nina discovers her boyfriend in bed with another woman, she decides it’s finally time to channel the spirit of her idol, Nora Ephron, and become the heroine of her own life.  | AMAZON 

The Midnight Library: I’ve heard so many stories about this book and I believe there will be a movie based on this book very soon. So of course, I want to read it before that movie comes out. One tells the story of your life as it is, along with another book for the other life you could have lived if you had made a different choice at any point in your life. While we all wonder how our lives might have been, what if you had the chance to go to the library and see for yourself? Would any of these other lives truly be better? | AMAZONBOOK DEPOSITORY

Pride and papercuts: The reason why I bought this book? Because it sounds like Pride and prejudice and I love that movie (and the book). Hate is a strong word. Depending on the company, loathe is a good substitute. Abhor might be a little fancy, but it gets the job done. But the word that really sums up how I feel about Liam Darcy is, without question, hate.  | AMAZONBOOK DEPOSITORY

Truly, madly, like me: I love Jo Watson’s books, so this is one of those I still haven’t read. I decided to pick one book to read. When social media influencer Frankie Paulson’s followers turn on her after an embarrassing public break-up with her perfect #couplegoals boyfriend, and she almost plummets to her death with two strangers in a faulty elevator, all she wants to do is hide. | BOOK DEPOSITORY

The viscount who loved me: I recently finished reading Bridgerton: The Duke and I, so now it is time to read more about the Bridgerton family. This time the gossip columnists have it wrong. London’s most elusive bachelor Anthony Bridgerton hasn’t just decided to marry—he’s even chosen a wife! The only obstacle is his intended’s older sister, Kate Sheffield—the most meddlesome woman ever to grace a London ballroom | AMAZONBOOK DEPOSITORY

Second first impressions: Saw this book everywhere on Instagram. Ruthie Midona will work in Providence’s front office, and be at the Parloni’s beck and call, forever. That’s sort of her life plan. If Ruthie can run the place in her almost-retired bosses’ absence, with no hijinks/hiccups, she has a shot at becoming the new manager. She might also be able to defend her safe little world from Prescott Development, the new buyer of the prime site. Maybe after all that, she can find a cute guy to date. All she needs to do is stay serious—and that’s what she does best.  | AMAZONBOOK DEPOSITORY

Uncoupling: I saw the eiffeltower on the front of the cover and I just bought it. Hannah and Si are in love and on the same track – that is, until their train divides on the way to a wedding. The next morning, Hannah wakes up in Paris and realises that her boyfriend (and her ticket) are 300 miles away in Amsterdam! But then Hannah meets Leo on the station platform, and he’s everything Si isn’t. | BOOK DEPOSITORY

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