Reclaim The Stars edited by Zoraida Cordova | Book Review

I really have been so into anthologies in 2022. Reclaim The Stars by Zoraida Cordova was the final anthology I read in 2022. While I had hoped to love this one more, I am glad I read it and got to try out all the different authors within. I thought the themes were interesting as well. […]

In 2023 I Hereby Resolve To

1. Read More Of My Own Books. This is probably one of my more evergreen resolutions as I feel like I make this one every year. However, for 2023, I have made a little game of it — giving myself points for different tasks which can be accrued to buy a new book. @aprilbooksandwine I’m […]

There’s Something About Merry by Codi Hall | Book Review

There’s Something About Merry by Codi Hall is a sweet holiday romance set on a Christmas tree farm. This story apparently is a companion novel, but I haven’t read the first book. However, I was not lost or confused and found this story really easy to follow. This story is about Merry and Clark. Merry […]

You’re A Mean One, Matthew Prince by Timothy Janovsky | Audiobook Review

I LOVE the Grinch and thus I found myself paying extra attention to You’re A Mean One, Matthew Prince by Timothy Janovsky. This is a gay romance about a young man whose heart grows three sizes. Suffice to say, I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Matthew Prince, the title character, has been raised in the lap of […]

The Holiday Trap by Roan Parrish | Book Review

Initially, I thought The Holiday Trap by Roan Parrish was going to be like The Parent Trap. I was wrong and that’s fine. This book is an LGBTQIA featuring story with a premise similar to the movie the Holiday. When the book opens, Greta has been volunteered for a date auction against her will. Pissed off, […]

Mistletoe Cottage by Debbie Mason | Book Review

Mistletoe Cottage by Debbie Mason is the first book in the Harmony Harbor series. However, I’ve read other books in this series totally out of order with no issues. This story follows Sophie DiRossi and Liam Gallagher. The book opens up with a fire at Greystone Manor and firefighter Liam Gallagher saving Sophie’s daughter, Mia. […]