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Review: The Guardian by Sarah Fine

Review: The Guardian by Sarah Fine

When I received an early copy of The Guardian by , I couldn’t wait to start it. In fact, I stopped reading what I was on so that I could immediately start this one. And y’all it did NOT disappoint! Picking up a few months after the events of The Serpent, we find Ernie trying to right a […]

Posted October 26, 2018 by Lillian in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: Fall of the Dragon by Rebecca Ethington

Review: Fall of the Dragon by Rebecca Ethington

Fall of the Dragon by picks up right where book one of left off. The tension is palpable on the pages as the dragons and phoenix come face to face with the dragon king for the first time….well at least it’s Ellie’s first time. The plot is faster paced this time, and the stakes seem higher […]

Posted October 25, 2018 by Lillian in Reviews / 2 Comments
Review: The Heights of Perdition by C.S. Johnson

Review: The Heights of Perdition by C.S. Johnson

Post-nuclear war society. Dictators. Pirates. Revenge. Romance. SPACE!!! Y’all this book is fantastic 😀 The Heights of Perdition by is the first book in her series. It is unputdownable (is that a word?). I could not read it fast enough. If you enjoy dystopias and science fiction, I highly recommend it.  Aeris and Captain Chainsword Aeris, or […]

Posted October 18, 2018 by Lillian in Reviews / 4 Comments
Review: The Warrior Princess by Siobhan Davis

Review: The Warrior Princess by Siobhan Davis

Please note that there may be spoilers to prior books in this review. Read at your own risk.  has done it again! I devoured The Warrior Princess forgoing sleep to finish it in the wee hours of the morning. SO worth it!!! Picking up right where The Secret Heir left off, Davis throws the reader right into the action […]

Posted October 12, 2018 by Lillian in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: Incognito by Siobhan Davis

Review: Incognito by Siobhan Davis

Sometimes reviews are hard to write. This is one of those times. Where do I begin?! Incognito is the first book by  that I didn’t fully enjoy. If I’m being completely blunt, it was a chore to read. And I really hate that because I LOVE . Davis usually delivers a well-written plot, fully-fleshed out characters, and […]

Posted September 14, 2018 by Lillian in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: Trick by Scarlett Dawn

Review: Trick by Scarlett Dawn

Trick by is the fourth novel in the series, and as we have hit the halfway mark of on , it has the most reveals and surprises for fans of the series. Faith Peyton is a brand new character to and I love her! She’s a straightforward, what you see is what you get kind of […]

Posted December 13, 2017 by Lillian in Reviews / 2 Comments
Review: Chosen One by Scarlett Dawn

Review: Chosen One by Scarlett Dawn

Chosen One by is the 6th installment in her massive series and the third for her heroine Caro. This book was lukewarm for me. There were parts I loved, parts I disliked, and parts that were just “meh.” I wanted to love this book because I really like Caro, but there were some issues that I […]

Posted November 30, 2017 by Lillian in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: Saving Brad by Siobhan Davis

Review: Saving Brad by Siobhan Davis

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 […]

Posted October 20, 2017 by Lillian in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: Feels Like the First Time by Marina Adair

Review: Feels Like the First Time by Marina Adair

Feels Like the First Time by is the second in the about a small town and second chances. I personally really enjoyed this sweet story about best friends and a pretend relationship. We all know how those end 😉 Ali was my favorite side character in Last Kiss of Summer. She’s an independent woman, tomboyish, […]

Posted September 14, 2017 by Lillian in Reviews / 0 Comments