Tellulah’s Sassy Musings

Curl up with a good book Sunday: Everybody Lies

If you were ever a Freakonomics fan, then have I got a book for you. Everybody Lies is a fascinating and funny read about Big Data. Yup, funny. You read that right. Synopsis: Blending the informed analysis of The Signal and the Noise with the instructive iconoclasm of Think Like a Freak, a fascinating, illuminating, […]

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Curl up with a good book Sunday: Rule Breaker

Last week, I introduced you to a new beloved author, Lily Morton with Promise Me. Today, I’ve got one of her m/m romances (which you know I love). Presenting Rule Breaker. Synopsis: Is it really wrong to want to murder your boss? Dylan has worked for Gabe for two years. Two long years of sarcastic […]

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Curl up with a good book Sunday: Promise Me

I just discovered Lily Morton and Promise Me and have now happily gone down the rabbit hole of all her books. Come with me! Synopsis: A lifetime of repressed feelings. A commitment phobic rock star. Totally friend zoned. Welcome to my world! Mabel has been in love with her best friend Charlie since they were […]

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Curl up with a good book Sunday: Damage Control

I love brother’s best friend love stories and Damage Control delivered beautifully. Synopsis: Everything to lose. Tyler’s worked hard to kick the dust of the Chicago suburbs off his heels and move on with his life as Hollywood’s newest up-and-comer, burying his demons and hiding his scars from the world. Just as everything seems to […]

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Curl up with a good book Sunday: The Duchess Deal

While Tessa Dare wrote one of my favourite HRs of all time, not all her books have worked for me, so I went into The Duchess Deal with equal parts hope and trepidation. Synopsis: When girl meets Duke, their marriage breaks all the rules…  Since his return from war, the Duke of Ashbury’s to-do list […]

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Curl up with a good book Sunday: The Almost Sisters

If you only read one book in the next year, make it The Almost Sisters. By the time it came in at the library, I’d forgotten why I’d put it on hold so I started reading kind of casually… and didn’t stop until I was sobbing on the last page. Synopsis: With empathy, grace, humor, […]

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