Category: Reviews

  • Good Bad Girl by Alice Feeney

    Good Bad Girl by Alice Feeney

    Alice Feeney never fails to deliver a mystery that keeps me guessing the whole time. While I’d say her previous books are more mystery/thrillers, this one is just a mystery that explores the complicated relationship between mothers and daughters.

  • What Happens After Midnight by K.L. Walther

    Are you in your Taylor Swift era? Then I have just the book for you. What Happens After Midnight is a cute story about first love, losing it and finding it again all to the tune of some of Taylor Swift’s greatest songs.

  • Well Matched (Well Met #3) by Jen DeLuca

    Well Matched was such a sweet and heartwarming story. I had been looking forward to April’s story and was kind of dubious that she was being paired with Mitch, but they just work.

  • Well Played (Well Met #2) by Jen DeLuca

    While I wasn’t originally interested in Stacey’s story, I’m really glad I went back for it. DeLuca did an amazing job and I now look forward to Stacey showing up (along with Benedict!) in the other books.

  • Well Met (Well Met #1) by Jen DeLuca

    Well Met might go down as my favorite summer read of 2021. It was so cute and swoon-worthy against a perfect Renaissance Faire backdrop. From wenches to hot men in kilts along with dashingly romantic pirates; this book had it all.

  • The Simple Wild by K.A. Tucker

    |Synopsis| Calla Fletcher wasn’t even two when her mother took her and fled the Alaskan wild, unable to handle the isolation of the extreme, rural lifestyle, leaving behind Calla’s father, Wren Fletcher, in the process. Calla never looked back, and at twenty-six, a busy life in Toronto is all she knows. But when Calla learns…

  • The Foxglove King (The Nightshade Crown #1) by Hannah F. Whitten

    The plot was unique and I liked the morally grey characters, but the writing I loved in For the Wolf was nowhere to be found. This was on of my most anticipated releases of the year and it left me feeling a bit disappointed.

  • One Dark Window by Rachel Gillig

    One Dark Window is a dark and gothic fantasy novel inspired by “The Highwayman.” It’s a haunting story that entails magical bargains, begrudging allies and mysterious magic.

  • The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab

    The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue was a magical read, with words that flowed in a lyrical almost whimsical kind of way. The synopsis grabs your attention and makes you wonder, what would you give up to live forever?

  • The No-Show by Beth O’Leary

    The No-Show really ended up taking me by surprise. It was a heartbreaking, yet heartwarming story about love, loss and finding someone that loves you broken bits and all.

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