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 […]

Witchful Thinking by Celestine Martin | Book Review

Witchful Thinking by Celestine Martin is the perfect spooky season read. Yes, it is set during the summer. HOWEVER, there’s some awesome paranormal world building that just puts me right into that Halloween frame of mind while reading. Pick this book out if you are into second chance romance and also witches. Celestine Martin’s Witchful Thinking […]

Part Of Your World by Abby Jimenez | Book Review

I preordered Part Of Your World by Abby Jimenez — even though I already had an eARC. Very rarely do I preorder books. However, I was kind of struggling with mental health and feeling some overwhelm as my husband travelled for work and I was trying to handle the house, my kids, and my job alone. […]

All Fired Up by Dylan Newton | Book Review

All Fired Up by Dylan Newton was on my must read list. You see, Newton cemented her way on my list with How Sweet It Is and the whole upstate New York in autumn setting which is my ideal. As it turns out, How Sweet It Is was not a fluke. I also genuinely enjoyed All Fired Up. This […]

The Marvelous Monroe Girls by Shirley Jump | Book Review

Shirley Jump’s The Marvelous Monroe Girls is the first of a contemporary romance series set in the town of Harbor Cove, Massachusetts. I found myself interested in this book because I am always down to read books about sisters — having two myself. It is a theme I am very easily able to relate to. Jump’s […]