Top Five Wed: Character Fitness routine I want!

This was a fun tag. I am currently on weight lost path of my own but there are some characters that are both crazy fit and just have the best battle sense and being such a klutz in real life these are the characters that I look up to.

  1. Isabella Lightwood: Mortal Instruments

I think Izzy is such a great character and i envy both her physical shape but also how she fights especially with her whip. I want her battle ready reflexes and also how she can hold her own in a fight. She also is crazy smart and has a very battle ready mind. I admire that so much in character and she is def one of my favorite characters in that series.

2.  Rose from Vampire Academy


I also really love Rose kick but way she is in both of these series by Mead. She also is so witty but she is also is very kick butt but also is in crazy shape. I just love her battle reflexes and also how quick minded her choice making is and how effective of she in a battle. She is also one of my favorite leads.

3. Cleanea: Throne Of Glass:

I have not quite caught up on this series but the books I have read so far show how stronger a fighter and assisan she is. I just love her ability to fight and also how strong willed she was. You also see her grow and change throughout these novels and I really loved her growth we saw in the novellas and also her growth after her jail time and and how she worked after she got out of jail to keep her training reflexes better and impressive. I really need to catch up on this series!

4. Percy Jackson: The world of Rick Riordan

By the end of his second series Percy is in great shape and you really see his growth and how much progress he made as  hero and as a fighter and just physically it is one of the first hero paths i have seen from page one and loved his path a lot.

5. Ryan from Dare you to:

Ryan is in very good shape in this novel and also is a greats sport player and I love seeing that in this novel and he is not only eye candy but also a just one of my favorite male leads. I wish i had his hand eye coordination as well!


These are just some of my favorite characters that I really want to adopt their fitness routines in my daily. Comment with yours below!

Much love




The Big F: Non-Spoiler Review

The Big F by Maggie Ann Martin

Published by  Swoon Reads on August 29, 2017

Genres: Young Adult, contemporary


Format: Arc

Source: Book Con

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I would give this book 3.5  for a review.



A spunky, contemporary novel about friendship, failure, and what happens when things don’t go according to plan, ideal for readers who like their heroines smart and strong—but not perfect.

Danielle’s plans for the future were all figured out… until she failed senior English and her single college acceptance was rescinded. Determined to get her life back on track, Danielle enrolls in her hometown community college with a plan: pass English and get back into Ohio State—and her mother’s good graces. Romance isn’t on her radar… until she reconnects with her childhood crush and golden boy next door, Luke.

Between family drama, first love and finding her own way, Danielle can’t help but feel a little overwhelmed. Thankfully she has her friendship with the snarky and frustratingly attractive Porter, her coworker at the campus bookstore, to push her to experience new things and help keep her afloat. One thing’s for sure: This time, failure’s not an option.

Chosen by readers like you for Macmillan’s young adult imprint Swoon Reads, The Big F is a smart, funny, and highly relatable novel by debut author Maggie Ann Martin about finding your own way after one epic fail.

My Thoughts:

I enjoyed this book. I was more attached to the the self discovery elements in this story more then the romance. I really love the main character and her struggles with school and also her relationship with her mother. I felt the romance plot was a tad predicable but I did enjoy porter as a character. I also really enjoyed the friendship dynamics that were showcased. I liked how the book was focused on college and not high school. It was fun read overall.