Legendary – Review

Thank you to Flatiron Books for the chance to read and review this novel. After reading Caraval not long ago, I was ecstatic to see Legendary available on Netgalley. Though Caraval didn't quite live up to the hype for me, I was still anxious to continue with the series and hopefully be able to find... Continue Reading →

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In the Gray – Review

I love supporting Indie authors, especially authors who were inspired to write books by my favorite authors! A.D. McCammon is one of the authors I have followed for a long time, but have failed to pick up books by. Through Kat Savage's reader group, I was lucky enough to score a copy of McCammon's upcoming... Continue Reading →

The Little Clan – Review

Thank you to Harlequin US & Canada and NetGalley for providing a copy for review. I was really looking forward to Iris Martin Cohen's debut novel The Little Clan. What better story is there than with a book-loving main character and a New York City setting? Nothing, I assumed, but I started to realize very... Continue Reading →

The Good Samaritan – Review

Thank you to NetGalley and Thomas & Mercer for providing a copy for review. I think the best way to start a new book is when you have no expectations whatsoever. This way you won't get disappointed when the book doesn't live up to them. On the other hand you will be even more excited... Continue Reading →

To the Moon and Back – Review

Many thanks to Howard Books/Simon and Schuster for the chance to read and review this novel! I was absolutely delighted when Simon and Schuster contacted me about Karen Kingsbury's upcoming release To the Moon and Back, part three in her much-loved Baxter series. Even before I was an avid reader I heard nothing but praise... Continue Reading →

The Room on Rue Amelie – Review

Many thanks to Gallery Books and Netgalley for the chance to read and review this novel. By now many of you may know how much I love World War II Historical Fiction. There's something about this period in history I find incredibly captivating. Each story is so immersive in the human experience, offering some form... Continue Reading →

Gods of Howl Mountain – Review

Many thanks to St. Martin's Press and Netgalley for the chance to read and review this novel. Gods of Howl Mountain has a lot of things going for it. I was drawn to this unique and beautiful cover, the Southern setting, and the subject matter. One of my best-loved movies is Lawless, featuring Tom Hardy... Continue Reading →

Kiss Me Like You Mean It – Review

Everything about this book makes me excited. The cover, the story, the setting(s) - J.R. Rogue knocked it out of the park with her third novel. This is not your typical love story. It's raw, revealing, and you may find your heart snagging on some of the shattered dreams inside. Nevertheless, the best books are... Continue Reading →

Baby Teeth – Review

Thank you so much to St. Martin's Press and Netgalley for the chance to read and review Baby Teeth. So bad. So good. Let me tell you a little story, as a teenager I remember watching a documentary about a family with a schizophrenic daughter and being terrified! What if that happened to me when... Continue Reading →

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