The Dead House by Dawn Kurtagich | Review

The Dead House by Dawn Kurtagich is a book which I read to satisfy a craving for reading a book comprised of found documents after falling for Illuminae earlier in 2015. Aside from knowing about the found documents, I had no clue really what to expect from The Dead House going in. I found Kurtagich’s debut to […]

Da Vinci’s Tiger by L.M. Elliott | Book Review

I read Da Vinci’s Tiger by L.M. Elliott because art history is actually quite fascinating to me. I mean, I am not a super huge into art kind of person, however, I think the history of it is interesting as a whole. It surprises me a little bit that I have not personally come across […]

Mistletoe And Mr. Right by Lyla Payne | Novella Review

Sometimes what you think would make a great Christmas surprise for someone actually is kind of a not very smart life choice — and that’s essentially the plot in Mistletoe And Mr. Right by Lyla Payne. FYI, it feels weird that when you read this it will be snowing and blustery and cold whereas, I am […]

The Scandalous Sisterhood Of Prickwillow Place by Julie Berry | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To This Book? JAYNE ENTWHISTLE IS THE DEAL. But beyond that, for The Scandalous Sisterhood Of Prickwillow Place by Julie Berry – this sentiment certainly holds true. However, that is not the only reason I listened to this book. Y’all, I love a good book with a feminism sub-theme (there’s positive female […]

Going Over by Beth Kephart | Book Review

Beth Kephart works her wordsmith magic skills again withGoing Over. Kephart’s signature style is all about the carefully crafted turn of phrases and imagery. I think if you’re the sort of reader who is all about words being able to paint pictures, you’ll be in for a treat when you readGoing Over. I would also […]

Maid Of Deception by Jennifer McGowan | Book Review

If you have the end of a book series syndrome after reading the Grave Mercy books by Robin LaFevers, you should pick up the Maids Of Honor series by Jennifer McGowan to fulfill that void in your life. Maid Of Deception is book two in the series and is just as good as its predecessor.