For The Wolf by Hannah Whitten | Book Review

For The Wolf by Hannah Whitten has a cover that is like catnip to me. Looking at that cover of the red contrasted with the green and white of the Wilderwood and aesthetically, I am sold. Then we have the tagline about two sisters, one is for the throne and one is for the wolf. […]

Instructions For Dancing by Nicola Yoon | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Instructions For Dancing by Nicola Yoon? Anything Nicola Yoon writes is sure to be extraordinary. Instructions For Dancing is her latest and popped up on my radar because Yoon as mentioned is one of the best young adult contemporary authors in my reading rotation. I saw that Bahni Turpin narrated the […]

The Faithless Hawk by Margaret Owen | Book Review

Hello hi I am converted and obsessed with Margaret Owen’s books. I picked up The Faithless Hawk immediately after finishing The Merciful Crow and have zero regrets. In fact, this is my favorite kind of reading to do. BINGE READING, where you just gobble up one book after another by the same author. I don’t often give […]

The Merciful Crow by Margaret Owen | Book Review

The Merciful Crow by Margaret Owen was so much better than I expected. I’ll admit I went in with not a lot of expectations. This book has mixed reviews on my goodreads. Still, I wanted to pick it up because I just absolutely love the design of the cover. Also, I’ve been on a roll […]

Return To Magnolia Harbor by Hope Ramsay | Book Review

One thing that I love about romance novels? You can just drop right into a series without having read the previous books! Return To Magnolia Harbor is the third book in Hope Ramsay’s Moonlight Bay series. It also happens to be both the first book from the series and the first book by Ramsay that I’ve […]

We Can’t Keep Meeting Like This by Rachel Lynn Solomon | Book Review

I love trying new to me contemporary YA authors. Even more than that? I love when it works out and I absolutely adore what I just read. We Can’t Keep Meeting Like This by Rachel Lynn Solomon is a solid story about conceptualizing love as a performance and how that can negatively impact one’s relationships. I […]