Aurora Rising has been a book on my radar since its release. I actually even had it on my shelf the day it released, haha. Except it took me a year to read (oops!), haha. Then again, after reading the
You might remember that Wicked Saints was one of my absolute favorite books of 2019. So of course I wanted to read Ruthless Gods very badly. I was blessed enough to get an eARC and I finally finished it! So
I’m all for books that are filled with adventure and All the Stars and Teeth seemed like a book that would be filled with that. I’ve been wanting to read it since it released a few months ago, but finally
As a fan of contemporary books, I knew I needed Date Me, Bryson Keller as soon as I read the synopsis. Before I start my full review, I can tell you that this book was everything I wanted and more.
After reviewing Every Heart a Doorway (Isabelle’s Review & Candyce’s Review) and Down Among the Sticks and Bones, we’re back with the review for the next book. Beneath the Sugar Sky is the third book in the Wayward Children series.
I read and reviewed Lifel1k3 quite some time ago, but didn’t take the time to read the sequel, Dev1at3. Before I started I did a reread of Lifel1k3 and then dived right into Dev1at3. All I can say before starting
I’ve said it before, but this year I really want to starting reading more books out of my comfort zone. Or really just books outside of the usual fantasy and contemporary books that I normally read. There’s nothing wrong with
Jennifer L. Armentrout is one of my favorite authors and I’ve read almost all of her books (there are still a few I need to get to, but I’m working on it). So when I heard she had a surprise
After reading Devil Side by Lacey Dailey, I became curious about her other books. That’s when I came across Alma Underwood is Not a Kleptomaniac. This book is really different than Devil Side, but it still sounded like something I
Sawkill Girls has been on my radar since I hear about it releasing. The cover is very intriguing and the story sounded like something I’d love. I received this book last year and finally sat down to read it. Horror