Bared To You: Caribbean Teen Review

Bared To You by Sylvia Day is approximately 352 pages according to goodreads.com. It was the first book I’ve read by Sylvia Day and I don’t regret buying it.

Before I buy a book I like to check out other reviews and see how many stars they gave the book. On goodreads, the average amount of stars Bared To You was give was 4.21 out of 5. I gave it 4 stars which insinuates that I “really like it”.  Any who, as I looked through the reviews I noted that people claimed that it was like Fifty Shades of Grey. My friend who recommended Bared To You to me, also said she heard it was like Fifty Shades but much better.

I have to agree. Bared To You was very, very similar to Fifty Shades of Grey but I also have to agree that it was way better. I think the best way to really get my point across is to lay out the differences between the story.

Eva : Anastasia

not a virgin : virgin

dark soul : clueless

has a therapist : doesn’t need medical help

Gideon : Christain

rich : rich

boss : boss

has an ex who wants them

wants the dom/sub relationship

doesn’t use pain with sex : has a pain room

both have therapist

 

Those are just some of the similarities and differences between the character. I don’t want  to spoil the story for others who might want to read Bared To You by going into detail. I feel like Bared To You is like a Fifty Shades of Grey sibling, they are a like but Bared To You has its own quirks and plot twists that make it so much better and more realistic. 

I’d recommend  Bared To You to ages 17+, and readers who like sexy billionaires, erotic scenes and broken characters.

This is my very first book review and I hope you enjoyed it. 

What Do You Think About Before Going To Sleep At Night?

I was scrolling down my tumblr dashboard when I came across this question. And it made me really think about what goes through my mind before I fall asleep.

Firstly, you guys should know I don’t fall asleep easily and before I started seeing a therapist I had regular nightmares. Before I went to bed each night it became a habit for me to think about what I want to dream about, I also do that when I wake up from a nightmare.

I realized that before I go to sleep at night I think about things that are my ‘fairytale’ probably will only happen if I have a fairy godmother hanging around somewhere. I think about being happy before going to sleep. Happiness is a feeling I don’t think people give enough credit to because if someone is happy then they’re set for life. I truly believe happiness is key to everyone’s problems.

My happiness would include my brother doing well in school. My dad’s business finally working for him instead of sucking away his happiness. My bio dad calling me more. My mom finding someone to spend the rest of her life with, where she wouldn’t have to struggle and stress financially me. And me, my happiness would also be if I could just love myself.

I can’t believe I haven’t written in so

I can’t believe I haven’t written in so long! I blame it on my laptop. It’s been giving me problems for months and I’ve finally got it to work without any screw ups at the moment.

So I’m finally in Grade 10 and in Grade 10 we are required to do the personal project. I might make a post about it or a youtube video if you guys are interested. Anyway, I chose to write a novel as my personal project. But not just any book. A book that I know for a fact I’d want to read. A book that can make people cry because they fell in love with the character and feels their pain. 

My books going to deal with mental illnesses and disorders teenagers face. Through youtube I’ve come across so many people lives and I will hopefully include bits of their story in the book. I’m also going to use tumblr as a way to find out how teens with disorders work because there are quite a few on there. 

I’m wondering. Would it be bad if I freely wrote without worrying about my language even though the project is meant for school? Thoughts?