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Review: Prophecy of Darkness by Michelle Bryan and Michelle Lynn

Review: Prophecy of Darkness by Michelle Bryan and Michelle Lynn

November 20, 2017 Reviews 2

I had the pleasure of beta reading Prophecy of Darkness back in May and I am so excited to finally be able to share it with you 😀 Prophecy of Darkness by is an exciting, new fantasy about a land whose magic is gone. Without magic, the kingdom of Dreach-Sciene is dying, nothing grows, famine looms and rebellions are beginning to pop up. Their only hope is a prophecy that talks about the legendary Tri-Gard, reuniting them and bringing magic back to the land. So the beginning of this book has a bit of a slow pace as the authors set the stage and… Read more »

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Weekend Reads #103 – Shattered Stars by Theresa Kay

Weekend Reads #103 – Shattered Stars by Theresa Kay

November 18, 2017 Reviews 2

Happy Saturday y’all! The book I’m sharing with you today came out late last month and somehow I missed the release day 🤦🏼‍♀️I had the opportunity to beta read this book over the Summer and I’ve been dying to share it with you since. If you are a fan of the series, you will be happy with the ending, even if you aren’t quite ready to say goodbye to the characters. If you haven’t started the series yet, enjoy scifi, alien dystopians, and a little romance, I highly recommend you grab a copy of Broken Skies and start a binge read ASAP!… Read more »

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Review: Being Jamie Baker by Kelly Oram

Review: Being Jamie Baker by Kelly Oram

November 16, 2017 Reviews 4

Have you ever read a book that just left you smiling at the end? Or a book that you had a goofy grin the entire time reading it? Yeah, that’s pretty much every book for me. This author has a way of writing a story that I immediately fall in love with. Being Jamie Baker is no exception. Until this book, the only stories by I had read were all contemporary romance, both YA and some cleanish new adult. Being Jamie Baker falls in the realm of science fiction (which I make no secret of loving), YA and a little romance. Jamie Baker was… Read more »

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Review: Etched in Bone by Anne Bishop

Review: Etched in Bone by Anne Bishop

November 10, 2017 Reviews 2

Well….I don’t even know where to begin. I was so excited to read Etched in Bone by . I mean seriously guys, I was super excited. I devoured the first part of the series. I loved the off-beat humor, Simon and Meg, the Courtyard….all of it. I had extremely high hopes for the ending of the series, but y’all….it was SO boring! Almost 500 pages and really I can’t tell you what the plot was, it moved so slowly. The premise of Etched in Bone is that the Elders, the big scary Others who even the scary ones living in the Courtyard are scared… Read more »

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Review: The Austen Escape by Katherine Reay

Review: The Austen Escape by Katherine Reay

November 6, 2017 Reviews 2

I am admittedly a huge Jane Austen fan which in turn makes me a big fan of . So far I have enjoyed all of her books! The Austen Escape is no exception. This is a fun, sweet read filled with some of my favorite Austen characters. Mary Davies is a character that is in the midst of a life crisis. Her job is falling apart. Her love life is nonexistent. She’s in a rut, aimless so to say. At her father’s urging, she goes with her childhood friend on an all-expenses paid vacation to a manor house in Bath to live… Read more »

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Weekend Reads #102 – The Lie by C.L. Taylor

Weekend Reads #102 – The Lie by C.L. Taylor

November 4, 2017 Reviews 0

Happy Saturday y’all! I’m a week late with this post but I wanted to be sure to share my review of the book y’all voted for in October. The Lie by is an intense read, full of surprises and twists I didn’t see coming. Be prepared to not want to sit this book down. This psychological thriller was the perfect read for Halloween. The Lie by has been on my TBR shelf for over a year. I was given an ARC copy before the book came out and unfortunately it got lost in the pile. However when I found it I knew I wanted… Read more »

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Blog Tour: Never Apart by Romily Bernard

Blog Tour: Never Apart by Romily Bernard

October 23, 2017 Reviews 2

Happy Monday y’all! Today is my tour stop for Never Apart by . I am SO excited to be sharing this book with you. It is unlike anything I’ve read before. If you enjoy science fiction, paranormal, a little romance with a dash of thrill, I highly recommend you grab a copy. Also be sure to make your way around the tour: click here for the schedule. Oh wow! WOW!!!! Seriously I have no words. I sat down to read Never Apart by and wound up devouring it in one sitting. The characters, their plight….all of it sucked me. The book begins with Grace… Read more »

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Weekend Reads #101 – Odd & True by Cat Winters

Weekend Reads #101 – Odd & True by Cat Winters

October 21, 2017 Reviews 0

Happy Saturday y’all! I’ve been binging on spooky/creepy reads so far this month and today I want to share with you one I read this week. It isn’t your typical monster book, but I promise you delivers a fantastic read in Odd & True. If you enjoy paranormal, family stories, and historical fiction, I highly recommend you grab a copy to read for yourself! Odd & True by is not at all what I expected it to be, and yet it was so much more. The blurb delivers a fantastical tale about monster hunters, and while this is semi-true, the real truth… Read more »

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Review: Saving Brad by Siobhan Davis

Review: Saving Brad by Siobhan Davis

October 20, 2017 Reviews 0

Oh my heart!!!! Saving Brad by is the fifth installment in her which follows one family and their relationships. Seriously these books are so addicting! I may not usually read or enjoy contemporary but has written such a compelling, dramatic series full of angst that I just cannot sit down. As the title suggests, Brad, the other side of the Faye/Ky triangle, is the main focus. I’ll be honest, I really liked Brad at the beginning of the series and may have shipped him with Faye more than once. I felt like his character was so tragic. He lost everything: his best friend, his… Read more »

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Audio Review: The Architect of Song by A.G. Howard

Audio Review: The Architect of Song by A.G. Howard

October 16, 2017 Reviews 2

The Architect of Song by is a heart-breaking read about a young girl and the ghost she falls in love with. I was a little skeptical about if I’d enjoy this book, but I’m glad to find that I was wrong. I enjoyed every word, and even days after finishing, I am still thinking about the characters. I have a soft spot for historical fiction and I loved that this was set during the Victorian period. It made for a wonderful gothic romance! Juliet is 19 and burying her mother when the book begins. (Dark beginning, yeah?!) I have to respect… Read more »

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