The Sweetest Thing | Jill Shalvis | Book Review

I think the thing about Jill Shalviss books is that they are like Pringles, you cant have just one. Reading multiple books from a series in a row one right after another is a luxury for me. I do not often do it because I have extreme TBR pile guilt, and if its from a […]

Under The Mistletoe | Jill Shalvis | Short Story Review

Now that I have fallen totally in love with Lucky Harbor (THANKS GINGER), I got really excited when I noticed there was a short story about Tara’s daughter Mia set during Christmas because that meant it would take me like 30 minutes to read the book and then maybe another 30 minutes to have the […]

Simply Irresistible | Jill Shalvis | Book Review

Probably my favorite thing about being a book blogger is that I have made friends who serve as better tastemakers than people in real life. These friends subtly convince me to read various things by virtue of being so enthusiastic. One such friend is a person that I can always count on to give a […]

Allison reviews Firelight by Kristen Callihan

Set in 1880’s London, Firelight by Kristen Callihan paints a picture of dismal darkness surrounded by a ray of hope and light. The vivid setting is very gothic in feel. None of the grittiness of the time period has been left out. There are cut throat men and thieves, fathers who view their daughters as […]