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

Korean Drama Nostalgia: The Noh Family – A Blog Tour Review

or the casual viewer of K-dramas, The Noh Family would be a hilarious and nostalgic throwback to the makjang dramas of old, with abusive chaebol families, an illicit romance and the sweet, innocent main character being taken advantage of. Despite the lack of up to date Korean drama references, The Noh Family features fantastic prose and a gullible main character whom you are compelled to root desperately for.  … More Korean Drama Nostalgia: The Noh Family – A Blog Tour Review

Long Title With A Short Story: The Girl Who Fell Beneath the Sea – An ARC Review

Reminiscent of Studio Ghibli’s Spirited Away and The Little Mermaid, The Girl Who Fell Beneath the Sea possess a fairytale-like and dreamy quality, similar to the stories that Mina tells the Sea God within the book. However, the believability of the relationships the characters formed and the trials they go through suffer due to it’s length. At just under 350 or so pages, it is a relatively easy and short read despite it’s complexity and rich worldbuilding. … More Long Title With A Short Story: The Girl Who Fell Beneath the Sea – An ARC Review

Lacklustre but Still Charming: Bound by Firelight – A Blog Tour Review

efined the first book with it’s rich storytelling, exciting character relationships and gorgeous, gorgeous wordbuilding. However, despite all of this, I still rather enjoyed reading it and seeing Adraa and Jatin’s relationship grow. … More Lacklustre but Still Charming: Bound by Firelight – A Blog Tour Review