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 […]

Christmas At Two Love Lane by Kieran Kramer | Book Review

Christmas At Two Love Lane by Kieran Kramer is absolutely a book I never should have put off. I never should have confused this author for another author and been NERVOUS. This book is absolutely a delight to read and one that gave me a real good time. Talk about the PERFECT holiday read and […]

Dear Santa by Nancy Naigle | Book Review

Dear Santa by Nancy Naigle is a book that I started kind of randomly. I somehow picked this book to read via my Kindle app out of all the other Christmas books on that app. It remained mostly a background book while I was in the process of reading it. By that I mean, a […]

Autumn Book Picks: The Spellbook Of Katrina Van Tassel

As the seasons change, so do my reading tastes. I love it when a book I am reading reflects a sort of seasonal mood. For Autumn, I like books that are spooky, chilling, or cozy. And so, if you are similar to me in taste, you’re in luck because I have got some recommendations to […]

Sadie by Courtney Summers | Book Review

Sadie by Courtney Summers is her best book so far. I mean, I love all of her books and how complicated and messy the main characters are. She really takes these big leaps in her books – like with This Is Not A Test. So, I seriously could not wait to see how Summers’ writing abilities […]

Only With You by Nicole McLaughlin | Book Review

Only With You by Nicole McLaughlin is the forth book in McLaughlin’s Man Enough series. You absolutely do not have to read these books in order. I’ve only read the third book in this series, Should Have Been You , prior to this one. I felt like I was able to follow along pretty well. On the […]