My favorite quotes in Historically Inaccurate

Today is my stop on the Historically Inaccurate book tour! I received this arc from the team at Colored Pages Bookish Tour. Check them out if you’re a fellow book blogger.

Historically Inaccurate by Shay Bravo is a new adult fiction novel that’s out everywhere September 29.

Soledad just wants things to go back to normal after her mother’s deportation she’s had to move homes, switch schools, and adjust to life without her. When Sol decides to join her College’s history club she doesn’t expect to have to sneak into a house and steal a fork. However, Sol is caught by Ethan Winston a resident of the house and the chance encounter forever changes her life.

To celebrate it’s release I thought I turn some of my favorite quotes into graphics that you may download if you please.

“I mean, I’m not sure I’m a good student, I mostly spend a lot of time on my phone and napping.”

Shay Bravo Historically Inaccurate


That’s honestly what being a student is all about.

“Carlos could woo a fern at a party if he so wished, and which he has tried to do when drunk.”

Shay Bravo Historically Inaccurate

Caldos are not exactly like soups; they have a lot of veggies and are made on sweltering summer days by Mexican mothers to do is have a steaming hot soup.”

Shay Bravo Historically Inaccurate

This quote made me yell and also crave caldo de res during a heat wave.

“Acceptance comes in stages, Sunshine.” -Shay Bravo Historically Inaccurate

This quote is super cute! I loved that Ethan nicknamed Soledad sunshine.

“I never expected you to be a perfect daughter, I love that you’re imperfect.” -Shay Bravo Historically Inaccurate

*gentely nudges I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter at Soledad*

To purchase the book check out the following links. *Not affiliated links*


Book Depository

Barnes & Noble




Google Play 

Expect a review on this book soon but until then keep living in libros,


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