Soldier by Julie Kagawa | Book Review

Soldier by Julie Kagawa is the third book in the Talon series and as such, there will be a few spoilers here and there in regards to the series thus far. Kagawa’s Soldier is an action packed addition to a saga where dragons and the humans who know about them are at odds. Yet, a few […]

The Christmas Wedding Ring by Susan Mallery | Book Review

Apparently The Christmas Wedding Ring by Susan Mallery is a reissue of a book from 1989 but updated to reflect a Christmas theme and modern times, sort of. The premise is that main character Molly has had her heart broken by a guy, and so, she remembers back to a promise that her sister’s ex-boyfriend Dylan […]

What We Left Behind by Robin Talley | Book Review + Tour

Recently, like six months or so ago, I read Robin Talley’s debut, Lies We Tell Ourselves about two girls who fall in love during the Civil Rights Era, one white and one black. I loved it and so, was beyond excited to have the chance to read What We Left Behind, her sophomore novel. Overall, I like what […]

Love In The Afternoon by Alison Packard | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To This Book? You ever start a few audiobooks at once but like throwing spaghetti, it just doesn’t seem to stick? Prior to listening to Love In The Afternoon by Alison Packard, I could not find an audiobook to stick. I had wanted to listen to a non fiction for something different, […]

Rogue by Julie Kagawa | Book Review

Rogue is Julie Kagawa’s heart pounding sequel to Talon, her dragon fantasy book. If you like Sophie Jordan’s Firelight series, I can practically guarantee that you will enjoy Kagawa’s Talon Saga. These books are the story of dragons who can Shift into human form and walk among us. Talon is the name of the overarching […]

Lies We Tell Ourselves by Robin Talley | Book Review

I feel like I saved the best for last when it came to my May reading. I mean, honestly, I did read a lot of books in May and even a few that blew my mind – Lies We Tell Ourselves by Robin Talley stands out among the crowd of books I’ve read. First, despite being under […]