Review| The Tainted Cup – Robert Jackson Bennett

Even though I haven’t read and Sherlock Holmes books, I always find it interesting if books have characters that are a lot like Holmes and Watson. If you add a fantasy story with a mystery to the mix, I’m sold. That was the case with The Tainted Cup! I finally sat down and read this one, so I want to tell you about it and my thoughts. Keep on reading to find out more!

A big thank you to Netgalley and Del Rey for providing me with an eARC to read and review. This doesn’t influence my opinion in any way.

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Review| Powerless – Lauren Roberts

Powerless is a book that seemed to take the bookish community by storm. This book sounded right up my alley, so I was really excited to read it. I think it took me a bit longer, because reading hyped books is always a bit tricky, because sometimes you go in with higher expectations without realizing it. I did finally sit down and read Powerless and want to tell you about the book and my thoughts today, so keep on reading!

A big thanks to Simon & Schuster’s Children Publishing and Netgalley for providing me with an eARC to read and reviews. This doesn’t influence my opinion in any way.

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Review| The Rule Book – Sarah Adams

My first introduction to Sarah Adams was When in Rome and I loved that book. When I found out about The Rule Book, I also listened to the audiobook of The Cheat Sheet. As a big fan of second chance romances and marriage of convenience in romance books, I knew I needed to read The Rule Book. So today I’m going to tell you about the book and what I thought. Keep on reading to find out more!

A big thank you to Netgalley and Dell for providing me with an eARC to read and review. This doesn’t influence my opinions in any way.

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Review| The Night in Question – Kathleen Glasgow & Liz Lawson

Last year I read The Agathas and thought it was a great start to a new mystery series. The sequel, The Night in Question, was an anticipated release of mine, because I was curious to see what this crime solving duo would do next. So I was really excited when I received an eARC to read and review. It took me a little longer that I liked before I finally read The Night in Question, but today I’m going to tell you about the book and what I thought!

A big thanks to Netgalley and Delacorte Press for providing me with an eARC to read and review. This doesn’t influence my opinion in any way.

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Review| In a Not So Perfect World – Neely Tubati Alexander

I recently talked about In a Not So Perfect World in two books on the blog (Can’t Wait Wednesday & Bookish Beginnings on Friday) and I finally had the chance to read this book. So today I once again want to tell you about it and what I thought! Keep on reading to find out more!

A big thanks to Netgalley and Harper Perennial for providing me an eARC to read and review.

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Review| Faebound – Saara El-Arifi

At the beginning of the year I said that I wanted to read more fantasy again and I’m doing good with that goal. Faebound was one of the 2024 fantasy releases I was really excited about and I finally finished reading it (I get way too distracted by books, haha). So keep on reading to find out more about the book and my thoughts!

A big thank you to Netgalley and Harper Voyager for providing me with an eARC to read and review. This does not affect my opinion in any way.

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Bookish Item | Rereading Old Favorites

I have been rereading a LOT lately haha. And one of the things I have been rereading is some old favorites. I have been super curious to see if they would still be as enjoyable this time around. The series I was probably the most curious about was the Raised by Wolves series by Jennifer Lynn Barnes. I remembered it being the best werewolves series ever, would that still be the cases? So I got the audiobooks and last week I listened to all three books. Let’s see how I felt about them! Continue reading “Bookish Item | Rereading Old Favorites”

Review| Belladonna – Adalyn Grace

Belladonna is a book that has received a lot of hype since releasing in 2022. I even grabbed an eARC of this book when it was read now on Netgalley. When a book is really hyped, I tend to be careful, because I’m afraid the hype is going to get my expectations too high. That wasn’t the case with this book and I’m mad a myself for taking so long to read it. So I finally did and want to talk about it, so keep on reading for more!

A big thank you to Netgalley and Little Brown for providing me with an eARC to read and review. This didn’t influence my opinion in any way.

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Review| Ready or Not – Cara Bastone

Something you always hear, is don’t judge a book by its cover, but I have to say the cover for Ready or Not is the first thing the caught my attention. Look at how stunning it is! That being said, once I read the synopsis I was sold. Today I want to tell you more about this book and what I thought. Keep on reading to find out more!

A big thank you to Netgalley and Dial Press for providing me with an eARC to read and review. I’m always grateful for these opportunities.

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Review| Lore of the Wilds – Analeigh Sbrana

I’ve said it quite a few times in the past few months, I need to read more fantasy romance. So I picked up my eARC of Lore of the Wilds. Today I want to tell you more about this book and what I thought. Keep on reading to find out more!

A big thank you to Netgalley and Harper Voyager for providing me an eARC to read and review.

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