Sharing A Bed While Fake Dating: The Love Wager – An ARC Review

The Love Wager is sexy, fun and flirty. With fantastic banter between characters, a galore of tropes that just make you giggle and a romantic getaway in the hills in a gorgeous hotel room, with a single bed and a very inviting shower, what more could you want from your latest romance obsession? … More Sharing A Bed While Fake Dating: The Love Wager – An ARC Review

Cinderella Meets Scream: How to Survive Your Murder – An ARC Review

It’s a little bit early for a spooky read but we’re getting ahead of the game! Reminiscent of the 90s slasher film and some even say Happy Death Day, How to Survive Your Murder is a written play by play of the classic film genre, featuring my favourite horror trope: the Final Girl. With unsuspecting twists and a healthy dose of horrific and brutal kill scenes, you’ll definitely want to add How to Survive Your Murder to your reading list. … More Cinderella Meets Scream: How to Survive Your Murder – An ARC Review

Six Crimson Cranes Was Better: The Dragon’s Promise – A Blog Tour Review

The Dragon’s Promise feels unsure of itself. It is not quite sure of the kind of story it wants to tell with elements ranging from a misguided love triangle, wildly changing landscapes, an undeveloped magic system and the worst culprit of all: a monolithic Asian culture.  … More Six Crimson Cranes Was Better: The Dragon’s Promise – A Blog Tour Review

This Sequel Is Not It: Love on the Brain – An ARC Review

I wanted to fall in love with Love on the Brain because the science bits were so fun and strong. I could read a whole book about Levi and Bee figuring out the science, bickering and falling in love. I also really loved The Love Hypothesis. Instead, we got a strange amalgamation of new and old that missed the mark. … More This Sequel Is Not It: Love on the Brain – An ARC Review

Love Will Find A Way: Sophie Go’s Lonely Hearts Club – An ARC Review

Despite being marketed as a romance, Sophie Go’s Lonely Hearts Club is women’s fiction and it sets out to be a fun read that slowly but surely into the heart and soul of love and relationships. The characters are endearing and you’ll find yourself rooting for their happiness but the story is clouded by a weird third act plot and weakly supported worldbuilding which I could not ignore.  … More Love Will Find A Way: Sophie Go’s Lonely Hearts Club – An ARC Review

Stunning Stage Set for Sophomore Saga: Foul Lady Fortune – An ARC Review

Foul Lady Fortune is a stunning sophomore publication and a testament to just how much Gong’s writing has grown and improved in the time between. Filled with daring espionage, compelling characters and based on Shakespeare’s As You Like It, Foul Lady Fortune is set for success. … More Stunning Stage Set for Sophomore Saga: Foul Lady Fortune – An ARC Review

Constrained By The Plot: Alliana, Girl of Dragons – A Blog Tour Review

Perfect for middle-grade readers, Alliana, Girl of Dragons is a simple yet suitably complex beginning to what looks to be setting up for a stunning series of dragons, magic and strength in adversity. While I’m not the biggest fan of how things were set-up in this book, I can definitely see the potential it has. … More Constrained By The Plot: Alliana, Girl of Dragons – A Blog Tour Review

Fairytale But Make It Sexy: Violet Made of Thorns – A Blog Tour Review

I am quite on the fence when it comes to Violet Made of Thorns. On one hand, I quite enjoyed it while it lasted and the characters’ sexy banter made for an extremely fun read. But on the other hand, the sexual tension isn’t enough to obscure the other aspects in which it lacks namely a plot with a strong identity and detailed worldbuilding. … More Fairytale But Make It Sexy: Violet Made of Thorns – A Blog Tour Review

Perfect for A Niche Audience: Murder for the Modern Girl – An ARC Review

Murder for the Modern Girl is an interesting and captivating read. But, for the right audience. Appreciation for this book comes with a pinch of salt and suspending your disbelief. With a heavy focus on plot and character development, it is a rare gem with a heroine you can’t hate and her male counterpart who has the most golden retriever energy ever.  … More Perfect for A Niche Audience: Murder for the Modern Girl – An ARC Review