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”
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”
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”
My reread of the final book in the original ACOTAR trilogy! When I first read this one there was no talk of more books yet so it definitely felt like a finale. This time around I know what’ll happen next, does that change my view of the book? Let’s dive in!
Continue reading “Review | A Court of Wings and Ruin – Sarah J. Maas”
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”
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”
As you probably know I’m currently rereading all of Sarah J. Maas’ books in anticipation of the release of Crescent City #3. The last review I shared was of A Court of Thorns and Roses so today I wanted to share my thoughts on the second book in that series; A Court of Mist and Fury. There might be some small spoilers for the book so beware if you haven’t read this one yet. Continue reading “Review | A Court of Mist and Fury – Sarah J. Maas”
One of my most anticipated releases this year was The Fragile Threads of Power. And I was luckily enough to get an eARC. About two weeks ago this book was released and today I wanted to share my thoughts with you all. Let’s jump in! Continue reading “Review | The Fragile Threads of Power – V.E. Schwab”
The days are slowly getting shorter and that’s a time of year that’s the best for curling up with a book. On rainy and cooler days I enjoy reading exciting books like thrillers and mysteries. The Reunion is that kind of book. So today I want to tell you what I thought of this book.
A big thank you to the publisher for providing me with an eARC to read and review!
Continue reading “Review| The Reunion – Kit Frick”
I’m doing pretty well with my reread of all of Sarah J. Maas’ books in anticipation of the release of Crescent City #3. After finishing my Throne of Glass reread, it was time to reread the A Court of Thorns and Roses series. I hadn’t ever reread those books so it was interesting going back to them. And today I want to share my thoughts on the first one! So let’s jump in. Continue reading “Review | A Court of Thorns And Roses – Sarah J. Maas”