Between Frost and Fury by Chani Lynn Feener: A Blog Tour Review

Let me just put this out there by saying that The Xenith Trilogy is trashy goodness in its finest form. You know you shouldn’t want it, but by god, do you! It’s highly addictive and I couldn’t put it down; I read it late into the night and way past a healthy time for sleeping. … More Between Frost and Fury by Chani Lynn Feener: A Blog Tour Review

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Bargaining with the Devil: Wicked and the Wallflower by Sarah MacLean – An ARC Review

When reading Sarah MacLean’s books, I find that they’re always hit and miss. Sometimes, they’re incredibly witty and they entertain and make you laugh for hours. I thoroughly enjoyed The Rogue Not Taken and have even read it more than twice. On the other hand, they can be tiresome and draggy with no real direction. I could not finish Never Judge a Lady by Her Cover for this very exact reason. … More Bargaining with the Devil: Wicked and the Wallflower by Sarah MacLean – An ARC Review

The Smoke Thieves: The Breakfast Club or Game of Thrones? – An ARC Review

I went into The Smoke Thieves with very low expectations, mostly because of the rather low rating on Goodreads. But as we well know, ratings aren’t everything. So, when I had the chance to read such a bookstagram favourite, I had to see what the fuss was all about. Also, the whole “A princess, a soldier, a traitor, a hunter and a thief” spiel really pulled me in because it sounded so much like The Breakfast Club. But, as I will find out later, it’s nothing like the classic. … More The Smoke Thieves: The Breakfast Club or Game of Thrones? – An ARC Review

Wooing the Scandalous Ex-Fiancee in Eloisa James’ Too Wilde to Wed – A Blog Tour Review

I’ll be the first to admit, Wilde in Love, the first instalment of Eloisa James’ new series was pretty tough for me to get into. In fact, I didn’t even finish it; it sits somewhere on my shelf behind all the YA. So, I didn’t go into Too Wilde to Wed with high expectations. … More Wooing the Scandalous Ex-Fiancee in Eloisa James’ Too Wilde to Wed – A Blog Tour Review

Adrienne Young’s Sky in the Deep is the Cultural and Mythological Viking Slow-Burn You Never Knew You Needed – An ARC Review

Sky in the Deep did not disappoint but at the same time, it did not live up to my expectations, hence, the four stars instead of five. … More Adrienne Young’s Sky in the Deep is the Cultural and Mythological Viking Slow-Burn You Never Knew You Needed – An ARC Review