From Bad To Cursed by Lana Harper | Book Review

I love spooky season reading. I think one of my new annual traditions is picking up a book by Lana Harper. From Bad To Cursed is the second book in the Witches of Thistle Grove series. This story was such an excellent way to delve into the season. Although it isn’t set during autumn, it still […]

Wicked Beauty by Katee Robert | Book Review

I think I am starting to get a better understanding and handle on Spicy books as they are called on booktok. It seems like one of the most hyped authors among this genre is Katee Robert. So, I was real eager to pick up Wicked Beauty as I continue to grow my knowledge in this genre. […]

Mad About You & Every Summer After

Mad About You by Mhairi McFarlane It’s true — I have my heart set on devouring everything Mhairi McFarlane writes. After falling head over heels for Just Last Night, I thought I would enjoy more of her books. Then I picked up Mad About You and it was confirmation that my instincts were correct. And now I […]

For The Love Of The Bard by Jessica Martin | Book Review

There is nothing quite like kicking back with a contemporary romance and just getting lost in the story. For The Love Of The Bard by Jessica Martin was a wonderful story for me to get lost in and such a good part of my reading week. Also? Love that cartoon cover. This contemporary romance just flew […]

A Mirror Mended by Alix E. Harrow | Novella Review

I was so excited to dive into A Mirror Mended by Alix E. Harrow. This novella was the sequel to A Spindle Splintered – which I LOVED. It stands to reason this novella would be just as good. It turns out though that this novella wasn’t quite my favorite. I still respect it though and respect those […]

Arsenic And Adobo by Mia P. Manansala | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Arsenic And Adobo by Mia P. Manansala? I am slowly starting to get into cozy mysteries. I know, just what I need, ANOTHER GENRE. Seriously, when my TBR pile is so big, I really, really do not need a new genre. However, Arsenic And Adobo by Mia P. Manansala was such […]