Tools of Engagement: Book Review

Tools of Engagementby Tessa Bailey Thank you to Netgalley for providing me with an ARC copy in exchange for an honest review. Y’all, this is one of my extremely overdue Netgalley ARC’s that I am absolutely kicking myself over. I read Tessa Bailey’s “Fix Her Up” on Netgalley, and she instantly became one of my... Continue Reading →

Crying Wolf: Review

Crying Wolfby Rochelle Paige Trigger warnings: domestic violence and abuse of power (domestic partner is a cop) I always enjoy paranormal or supernatural romances that involve at least one wolf shifter, so I was excited to pick up this story. I didn’t realize at the time, but this was a very quick read, clocking in... Continue Reading →

Ares (Guardians of Hades #1): Review

Ares (Guardians of Hades #1)by Felicity Heaton One of the things I love reading about are the Gods of Olympus. Whether they’re still residing in Olympus, or living in a more modern day society, I can’t seem to get enough of these characters and all their reimaginings. This story follows the children of Hades and... Continue Reading →

Radiant Sin: Book Review

Radiant Sinby Katee Robert I got a copy of this book through my library using the Hoopla app! I discovered Katee Robert last year when Neon Gods popped onto my radar. After reading and loving that book, I thought Robert would become my new favorite author, but as it turns out, not all of her... Continue Reading →

Series Review: The Infernal Devices 1-3

I just finished reading The Infernal Devices (Clockwork Angel, Clockwork Prince, & Clockwork Princess) by Cassandra Clare, and I am absolutely shattered. The last thing I was expecting when picking up this Young Adult Fantasy trilogy, was to close the final book questioning my own perception of love and loss, life and death. But here... Continue Reading →

Summer Lights: Book Review

Summer Lightsby Cassia Hall There was something I found incredibly healing about reading this story. Thank you to Reedsy Discovery for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review. I tend to start off my review by explaining my motivation behind picking up a book. I think it’s a great way for someone reading... Continue Reading →

Spring Song: Book Review

Spring SongCassia Hall Thank you to Reedsy Discovery for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Spring Song is the first story in a novella-esque prequel series. When I first started reading this story, I had no idea it was a prequel, and was understandably confused. The author was kind enough to include... Continue Reading →

Lovely War: Book Review

Lovely Warby Julie Berry Have you ever experienced this reader phenomenon, where you have a book on your mind for a while, and finally decide, 'you know what? That’s my next read'. That’s exactly how I finally picked up Lovely War, a novel I’ve had on my bookshelves for years, possibly since it was published... Continue Reading →

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