Jelly’s Picks

Jelly's Picks

Check out my favorites and grab them for yourself, too!

Great Deals at Lazada.

I’m always on the lookout for cool items for my home or work area that will beautify my space, help me in creating delicious meals or improve my productivity. Check out some fabulous finds on Lazada:

Jelly's Picks Household Items
Household Items. Shop for items to beautify the home or make it a comfy place to be in!
Jelly's Picks Pantry Essentials
Pantry Essentials. Stock up on ingredients!
Jelly's Picks Munchables
Munchables. Stock up on snacks and be ready for the munchies!
Jelly's Pick's Self Care
Self-Care. Shop for items to pamper yourself or just give you a boost of health or confidence!
Jelly's Picks Kids Stuff
Kids’ Stuff. Bring some joy and nourishment to the little ones!
Jelly's Picks Gift Ideas
Gift Ideas. Shop for your loved ones here!
Jelly’s Picks Pet Stuff
Pet Stuff. Treat your fur-baby to something nice!

Great Reads at Amazon.

Gabriel’s Inferno Series by Sylvain Reynard. Centered on its enigmatic protagonist, Professor Gabriel Emerson and his romance with his student Julia Mitchell, the series of erotic novels (which began as a Twilight fanfic) explores their growing passion that transcends their pasts, secrets and fears.

Read more about my crush on Professor Emerson.

Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy: The Last Man in the World by Abigail Reynolds. As with all fiction that truly engages with their audience, Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice inspired works from its fans that expands upon the original.  One such fan is Abigail Reynolds, a Massachussetts-based physician who started writing P&P fan fiction which explore different plot elements that deviate from the course of Jane Austen’s original, the “what-ifs” that build upon the situations and motivations of the protagonists. She later titled this series as Pemberley Variations. My favorite among the lot is Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy: The Last Man in the World which got me teary-eyed a more than couple of times. Elizabeth and Darcy’s happily-ever-after is made all the sweeter by the all the suffering caused by their earlier misunderstandings. I may have mixed feelings about the other entries in the series but the books are generally easy and enjoyable to read.

Read more about my takes on Abigail Reynolds’ Pemberley Variations series.

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