All The Horses Of Iceland by Sarah Tolmie | Novella Review

I had hoped I would vibe a bit more with All The Horses Of Iceland by Sarah Tolmie. Historical fantasy is right up my alley. I just finished watching The Bachelor which had set the finale parts in Iceland. So, now I feel a bit more affinity with the place — trite as that may sound. […]

The Secret Love Letters Of Olivia Moretti by Jennifer Probst | Book Review

Now that I am in my mid thirties, I like to hunker down with a good woman’s fiction book from time to time. The Secret Love Letters Of Olivia Moretti by Jennifer Probst absolutely fit the bill. I mean, I should have know to expectat that after really enjoying Our Italian Summer. This book also has a […]

Audiobook Review Dump Volume 2

I keep moving through audiobooks like the wind. No complaints though — with how busy my life has been lately I love that I am still able to get some reading in via audiobook. Below are four different books that I listened to recently. As usual, I love picking up a variety of books and […]

Sweet Love by Lauren Accardo | Book Review

I have to say, there is a certain appeal about a book set locally. Sweet Love by Lauren Accardo, book two in the Forever Adirondacks series, is set somewhat local to me. Granted, I am in Syracuse, but the Adirondacks is like a two hour drive depending on how fast you drive. I had liked the […]

Payback’s A Witch by Lana Harper | Book Review

It might not be fall anymore, but I am back on my witchy BS when it comes to books. Payback’s A Witch by Lana Harper kicks off The Witches Of Thistle Grove series. This book keeps my witch book pattern going strong and I LOVE it. Friends, I am so glad I picked this paranormal romance up. […]

Comfort Me With Apples by Catherynne M. Valente | Novella Review

Catherynne M. Valente’s novella Comfort Me With Apples was a bit of an interesting reading experience — different from the expectations I had. I went into this book excited to try something from Valente that was not middle grade fantasy. Also, glad that I only had to commit to a novella. I ended up reading this […]