Review| The Hurricane Wars – Thea Guanzon

When I heard about The Hurricane Wars and requested it on Netgalley, I honestly didn’t even know what it was about. All I knew was that it was a romantasy and that the cover was stunning. I’m glad I did though, because I ended up loving this book. Keep on reading for my full review.

A big thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for providing me with an eARC to read and review. This didn’t influence my opinion of the story!

Continue reading “Review| The Hurricane Wars – Thea Guanzon”

Review| Do Your Worst – Rosie Danan

I’ve only read The Roommate by Rosie Danan and I definitely enjoyed myself. When I read about Do Your Worst, I was really excited. I loved the idea of an archeologist and curse breaker being forced to work together. I’ve finally read this one and want to talk about what I thought! So keep on reading to find out more.

A big thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for providing me with an eARC to read and review. This did not influence my opinion of this book.

Continue reading “Review| Do Your Worst – Rosie Danan”

Review| Dungeons and Drama – Kristy Boyce

Dungeons and Dragons is something I’ve played before and it can be a lot of fun. Which makes it even more fun when a book I’m reading incorporates it in any way. That’s why I was really excited to read Dungeons and Drama. I finally did, so today I want to tell you what I thought. Keep on reading to find out more.

A big thank you to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with an eARC to read and review!

Continue reading “Review| Dungeons and Drama – Kristy Boyce”

Review | Let’s Get Quizzical – Kelly Ohlert

I’m starting 2024 off strong by working on a few backlist Netgalley books. Getting eARCs is something I’m still very grateful for, but being a mood reader does make it hard to get to them before release day. Yesterday I finished Let’s Get Quizzical and I want to tell you about the book and what I thought. Keep on reading to find out more!

A big thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for providing me with an eARC to read and review.

Continue reading “Review | Let’s Get Quizzical – Kelly Ohlert”

Review| That’s Not My Name – Megan Lally

Since last year I keep saying I want to read more thrillers, but I haven’t read that many. So I decided to start 2024 off right by reading That’s Not My Name. I have an eARC (which I’m very grateful for) and I found the audiobook on Storytel. Now that I’ve read this book it’s time to talk about my thoughts. Keep on reading to find out more!

Continue reading “Review| That’s Not My Name – Megan Lally”

Review| Wreck the Halls – Tessa Bailey

Even though I’ve been in Christmas mode for a few weeks, now that Thanksgiving is over I’m in full on Christmas mode. We decorated our house yesterday (the tree will be up in a couple of weeks) and I’m watching and reading holiday themed things.

One of my most recent holiday related read was Wreck the Halls! Tessa Bailey has written a few books I’ve loved this year, so I was really excited about this romance. Keep on reading to find out more about the book and what I thought!

Continue reading “Review| Wreck the Halls – Tessa Bailey”

Review| Holiday Romance – Catherine Walsh

At the moment I’m in a very Christmas mood. I’ve been watching Hallmark Christmas movies and I recently started my holiday reading. A friend and I decided to buddy read some Christmas book and Holiday Romance was most recent book. Today I want to tell you about this book and what I thought. Keep on reading to find out more!

Continue reading “Review| Holiday Romance – Catherine Walsh”

Review| Off the Hook – Julie Olivia

Retellings or books inspired by fairy tales or other stories are something I love, so when Julie announced the Never Harbor series, I was really excited. Off the Hook is the first book in the series that released this week! I was very lucky to receive an eARC and I want to tell you about Off the Hook and what I thought. So keep on reading!

Continue reading “Review| Off the Hook – Julie Olivia”

Review| You, with a View – Jessica Joyce

You, with a View was a book I saw all over the place this summer and it sounded really good. Our main characters goes on a road trip and is stuck with her high school enemy for two weeks during their time on the road. I finally sat down to read this, so keep on reading to find out more about this book and what I thought!

Continue reading “Review| You, with a View – Jessica Joyce”

Review| Still Beating – Jennifer Hartmann

Still Beating released in 2020, but it’s a book I still keep hearing about three years later. So when Bloom announced they were publishing it and I was lucky to receive and eARC, I decided to finally sit down and read it. This book was quite the surprise! Keep on reading to find out what Still Beating is about and what I thought!

This book does get pretty dark, so if you have a hard time reading about certain things, definitely look up the warnings.

Continue reading “Review| Still Beating – Jennifer Hartmann”