The last few months I’ve slowly started reading and enjoying thrillers more. It’s a new to me genre still, so when I saw a book club on Bookstagram I had to join. This month’s book is Rock Paper Scissors and I decided to listen to the audiobook before my vacation started. Today I want to tell you about this book and what I thought!
Lately I’ve really been in the mood to read contemporary books and one I recently read is Always Never Yours. I received this book last Christmas, so it was definitely time to sit down and read it. So today I want to tell you about this book and what I thought!
Amber Lynn Natusch is an author I’ve just started to become familiar with. I read and loved the first two books in her Hometown Antihero series (Dare You to Lie & Don’t Say a Word). So I figured it was time to start more books by her. Amber’s newest release, A Curse of Nightshade, is now out in the world and today I want to tell you all about it!
A big thanks to the author for providing an e-arc for me to read and review!
If you’ve been following this blog for a while now you’ll know how much of a fan I am of LJ Evans. She writes books that suck you in and just don’t let you go even after you’ve read the last page. Crossed by the Stars is her newest release and today I want to tell you what I thought! Keep on reading to find out more about the book and my thoughts.
A big thanks to the author for providing me with an e-arc to read and review.
Beach Read has been on my radar since it released last year, but I just hadn’t gotten around to reading it. This month I finally did while hosting the Swoonalong read in the TBR and Beyond Facebook group. I’m so glad I finally picked this one up! Keep on reading to find out more about this book and what I thought!
One of my most anticipated releases of the year was All Of Us Villains, so of course I was extremely excited to get an eARC. And for once I read the book before the release date haha. It doesn’t happen often but it did this time! And today I want to share my thoughts about the story. So let’s jump right in.
Continue reading “Review | All Of Us Villains – Amanda Foody & Christine Lynn Herman”
Okay, I know it’s still September, but I’m already in the mood for some holiday cheer. I’m a big fan of anything Christmas and Christmas themed books are the best! So I got to do a buddy read with The Artsy Reader (who loves Christmas just as much as me) and we chose to pick up The Twelve Dates of Christmas. So keep on reading to find out more about the book and what I thought!
In the past couple of weeks I read another manga and a graphic novel. So today I want to share my thoughts on both. The graphic novel I got through Netgalley, it’s the second volume of Quincredible and I also read the first one. Black Note is the third volume (of the Black Edition) and I also read the first and second one. Let’s dive into todays reviews.
Continue reading “Mini Reviews | Quincredible vol. 2 & Death Note Black Edition vol. 3”
Books where you find love in the unexpected ways are always interesting to read. So when I heard about The Meeting Point I had to sign up for the tour hosted by The Write Reads. The Meeting Point sounded like just the book for me! Did it live up to my expectations? Keep on reading to find our mote about the book and what I thought!
J. Daniels is an author I will read anything by and my love of her books started with the Alabama Summer series. I actually read these books in May 2017, so just a few months before starting this blog. This week I decided to do a re-read of the first book in this series, Where I Belong. I had the audiobook and loved every minute of this book again, so I decided it was time to share that love for this series. Keep on reading to find out more about the book and what I thought of this book!