Well, what a weird month March has been, surely one that will go down in history. March has been a REALLY tough reading month for me. I think it started off pretty good but then I got bogged down in not really being in the mood and just...not having time due to all the extra … Continue reading Monthly Wrap Up: March 2020
February was a bit of a crazy month reading-wise. The start of the month was a whirlwind of reading, it's like I had a book in my hand (or my ear) at all times and was just flying through the pages. Overall in February I finished 20 books!!!!–2 Historical Romance, 1 Contemporary Adult Romance, 1 … Continue reading Monthly Wrap Up: February 2020
So, I've had drafts for these three book reviews languishing in my drafts folder for what seems like forever (it's been 2-3 months). It's not like I don't want to give full attention to these books because I thought all of them were pretty great reads but at this point it's been a while and … Continue reading Mini Reviews: Leftovers from 2019
Well, I've been binge reading over the last month or so and my reviews are really piling up again so it's time for some more mini-reviews! So excited to get these out of my drafts folder, weee! All of these books contain vampires and all but one I read for my r/fantasy bingo card (I'm … Continue reading Mini Reviews – Vampires, Vampires, Vampires!
Something a little different today, I'm going to be reviewing this entire trilogy of science fiction romance novels -- Off The Grid by Alyssa Cole. This series is set in modern times and the first book, Radio Silence, starts out a couple of months after the electricity goes out. No one seems to know what's … Continue reading Book Series Review: Off the Grid by Alyssa Cole
Summary: The last member of a murdered House tries to protect his ward from forced marriage to a monster while uncovering clues to his own past. The Tarot Sequence imagines a modern-day Atlantis off the coast of Massachusetts, governed by powerful Courts based on the traditional Tarot deck. Rune Saint John, last child of the … Continue reading Book Review: The Hanged Man by K.D. Edwards #ScionsofAtlantis
October was a pretty good reading month for me, even though it felt like the pace slowed down once or twice, but I think that was all just because I was super busy and didn't have time to read as much during at least one week. I managed to finish sixteen books! Two of those … Continue reading Monthly Wrap Up: October 2019