Why You Should Read Margaret George’s Nero Duology

The Confessions Of Young Nero by Margaret George I feel as though 2020 might just be my year of long and meaty books. The Confessions Of Young Nero by Margaret George kicks this off for me. You see, I lowered my Goodreads challenge goal by about 50 books so I would not be nervous to take […]

9 Books That Will Give You The Feels

When I am reading a book, my number one requirement is to feel something – whether it is for a romance, excitement for the plot or a sense of place. I need to get some kind of emotion for what I am reading. It is why I love young adult books so much. However, as […]

Christmas Camp Wedding by Karen Schaler | Novella Review

Christmas Camp Wedding by Karen Schaler is a bite sized sequel to Christmas Camp featuring all the same characters. On the whole, this novella just flies by. It serves as an okay epilogue but ultimately is not one of those novellas that is absolutely a must read. In this story Haley and Jeff are about to […]

How The Dukes Stole Christmas by Tessa Dare, Sarah MacLean, Sophie Jordan, and Joanna Shupe | Audiobook Review

What Did I Think Of How The Dukes Stole Christmas? How The Dukes Stole Christmas by Tessa Dare, Sarah MacLean, Sophie Jordan, and Joanna Shupe contains four novella sized stories set during the holidays. I loved that each story was unique and different from each other. Of course, I had my favorite within this book. […]

It Started With Christmas by Jenny Hale | Book Review

It Started With Christmas by Jenny Hale was essentially a marshmallow dream to read. This is exactly the kind of book that needs a Hallmark movie. Which makes sense, because Jenny Hale has like two Hallmark movies based on her Christmas books already AND I CAN SEE WHY. This is a book to soothe your […]

Christmas In London by Anita Hughes | Book Review

What Did I Think Of Christmas In London by Anita Hughes? When I think of the books I’ve read by Anita Hughes (three this year, FYI) one word comes straight to mind: escapism. Christmas In London is another escapist romp from Hughes and really has me wishing I was in a different income bracket. The experiences […]