Season Of Love by Helena Greer | Book Review

I cannot believe I waited a year from release to read Season Of Love by Helena Greer. This holiday themed book was so much deeper than what I was expecting. Season Of Love is a sapphic love story about healing and strength and showing up for those you love. The story follows Miriam who has been away […]

5 Mini Reviews

Another day another review dump, am I right? Today features five books I’ve recently read and for the most part enjoyed. At Home On Marigold Lane by Debbie Mason I just really enjoy Debbie Mason‘s books. At Home On Marigold Lane is another entry into the Highland Falls series. Set during autumn, this book follows therapist […]

Mistletoe Cottage by Debbie Mason | Book Review

Mistletoe Cottage by Debbie Mason is the first book in the Harmony Harbor series. However, I’ve read other books in this series totally out of order with no issues. This story follows Sophie DiRossi and Liam Gallagher. The book opens up with a fire at Greystone Manor and firefighter Liam Gallagher saving Sophie’s daughter, Mia. […]

Christmas At Silver Falls by Jenny Hale | Book Review

If you are looking for a sweet and fast holiday read that genuinely feels like a Hallmark movie, might I recommend Christmas At Silver Falls by Jenny Hale. It turns out that Jenny Hale’s books just really do it for me when it comes to Christmas reading. Christmas At Silver Falls features Scarlett Bailey who has […]

Audiobook Mini Reviews Part Two

Hello! Onto the second half of my audiobook mini reviews. As I said, I have been listening to so many lately and feel no shame in my game. These books are varied with how much I enjoyed them — but I am very much loving the different genres I’ve been consuming. Seton Girls by Charlene […]

In The Shadow Garden by Liz Parker | Book Review

You ever read a book and sit there thinking, wow this everything I love all at once wrapped up on one book? Friends, that was my experience with In The Shadow Garden by Liz Parker. This book was a DELIGHT. I loved nearly every aspect of it — to the point where I ended up giving […]