Category: Review


Blog Tour: The Grief Keeper

Blog Tour: The Grief Keeper

I am so honored to have Alexandra Villasante on my blog today with a post about how her work as an artist informs her writing writing. Her beautiful book, The Grief Keeper, will be available for purchase on June 11th. After you read her post, don’t forget to enter the giveaway for a finished copy. […]

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Blog Tour: Dig

Blog Tour: Dig

  I haven’t read all of A.S. King’s books, but I have read enough to see that although they are all very different, there is a similar feel to then, as well.  I expect to feel the story deeply, and with Dig that was certainly the case. It’s a dark book, overall, and a story […]

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Blog Tour: Wicked Saints

Blog Tour: Wicked Saints

    I’m not sure what I was expecting from Wicked Saints, but I will say that I very much enjoyed this story!  I have a lot to say, but I really don’t want to ruin it, so I’ll try to hit the high points and hopefully convince you to pick it up.  The pacing […]

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Blog Tour: The Everlasting Rose

Blog Tour: The Everlasting Rose

    The Everlasting Rose basically picks up right where The Belles ended, which was a little disorienting at first, but once I settled back into that world I was drawn into the story once more.  Camiella is now on the run from Queen Sophia and is the most wanted criminal in Orleans.  Along with […]

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Ex Libris Romance (83)

Ex Libris Romance (83)

I know I am not alone when I say that Jill Shalvis is an auto-buy author for me.  One of the reasons that is the case is because her books are consistently good, no matter how long the series has been going!  Playing for Keeps is the seventh book in The Heartbreaker Bay series and […]

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City Of Ghosts By Victoria Schwab

City Of Ghosts By Victoria Schwab

City of Ghosts plays upon the idea that I have always sensed about old places…they are haunted! In Cassidy’s world, she is able to sense and see ghosts to the point that her BFF Jacob is actually a ghost.  Her parents, one skeptic and one believer, play an appropriately background role while providing a little […]

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