Tag: Review

  • 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 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 Road Trip by Beth O’Leary

    The Road Trip was such an emotional story about overcoming trauma, healing and find your way back to someone. It was a melancholic read with some funny and lighthearted moments.

  • The Switch by Beth O’Leary

    The Switch is one of my favorite books and one that I revisit often. It’s such a heartwarming and endearing story that sticks with me long after the last page.

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