Tag: novella

Review: Burning by Tamar Sloan and Heidi Catherine

Review: Burning by Tamar Sloan and Heidi Catherine

Burning by is the prequel novella to their dystopian series , setting up the world and characters. An imperfect system determines who will be allowed to rule, breed, and make decisions for the greater good of humanity….or what’s left of it. Following four teens, Burning is a fast-paced dystopian sure to please. Magnus and Callix […]

Posted January 30, 2020 by Lillian in Reviews / 1 Comment
Review: Mischief and Mistletoe by Tanya Anne Crosby

Review: Mischief and Mistletoe by Tanya Anne Crosby

This title lives up to its…title… I LOVE , and this is right in line with her historical romances – and set in the cold 1800’s around Christmas. Emma Peters has been engaged for a long time to the Duke of Willyngham, Lucien Morgan, even though they haven’t seen each other in three years. He […]

Posted December 19, 2019 by Amanda in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: After by S.K. Gregory

Review: After by S.K. Gregory

This review first appeared on YA Book Central. I love zombies. I never thought I’d say that. I’m not a horror reader, and in my opinion, zombies fall into that genre. But they also fall into the scifi genre which I happen to love. After by falls into the zombie category where it isn’t quite […]

Posted August 22, 2019 by Lillian in Reviews / 1 Comment
Audio Review: The Lost Sisters by Holly Black

Audio Review: The Lost Sisters by Holly Black

The Lost Sisters by is a novella that is part of . It follows The Cruel Prince….well sort of. Told from Taryn’s point of view, this novella is part-apology, part-defense of Taryn falling in love with Locke. Y’all I loved this little novella! It is compelling and while I found myself hating Taryn a little […]

Posted August 9, 2019 by Lillian in Reviews / 1 Comment
Review: The Deer King by Ben Spencer

Review: The Deer King by Ben Spencer

The Deer King by is the first in a series of novellas by the same name and is set in a fictional land reminiscent of colonial times. I found myself drawn to the setting. The author gives a complete view of through the characters, how they’re dressed, how they interact, and the differences in their […]

Posted May 16, 2019 by Lillian in Reviews / 2 Comments
Review: The Scourge by A.G. Henley

Review: The Scourge by A.G. Henley

I forgot how much I love The Scourge by ! I picked up the audiobook to listen to last week and I could not stop listening. I binged it in one day and it was perfection. I first read The Scourge back in 2014 around the time the second book of the series hit shelves. I devoured everything from […]

Posted January 18, 2018 by Lillian in Reviews / 0 Comments

12 Days of Clean Romance: Day 11 – Lucy McConnell

Marrying Miss Kringle: Lux by Lucy McConnell Christmas Magic is changing and the Kringle Family scrambles to keep up in this fun and entertaining, sweet Christmas romance from Author Lucy McConnell. A normal electrical substation takes two years to build; but, Lux has 365 days to install one at the North Pole or Christmas Magic […]

Posted December 15, 2017 by Lillian in Features / 0 Comments