Wicked Saints Review

  *This book was provided by publishers through NetGalley, in return for an honest review* Wicked Saints is the debut novel of author Emily A. Duncan, and is the first book in the Something Dark and Holy series. It seems to be on everyone's most anticipated list - including mine. I requested it on NetGalley with... Continue Reading →

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Escaping From Houdini Review

Escaping from Houdini is the third novel in the Stalking Jack the Ripper series written by Kerri Maniscalco. It's one of my all-time favorites series, and I have a tendency to recommend it to anyone who asks. I also have a tendency to rate everything I read with 5 stars - this one included. Even though... Continue Reading →

#Top5Wednesday – A Class on TENSION

LISTEEEEEENNNNNN. This is a topic I am beyond passionate about. So when I saw this week's #T5W prompt, I was like "Well it looks like this is the week we're starting this back up". This week's prompt was to teach a class on (insert trope/topic), so naturally, I picked tension. Ah yes, tension. Any great book has it.... Continue Reading →

My Lady Jane Review

My Lady Jane is the first book of The Lady Janies series by Cynthia Hand. It's a book that I honestly, typically would not pick up on my own accord. But it popped up on my instagram feed and I decided to download the trial copy of it onto my phone. And damn, am I glad I did.... Continue Reading →

And I Darken Review

  Welp. I told you guys I'd be finished with this one soon. I posted my book beginnings for this book yesterday and ended up finishing the book around 3:30 this morning. I feel like it took me forever to read this book when in reality it only took me three or four days tops... Continue Reading →

The Beautiful Ones Review

*this book was provided by publishers through NetGalley, in return for an honest review* "I've thought silly things, too," Nina said. "It doesn't matter. But now? What will you do now? For a man who once gave me a pack of playing cards, I don't think you've ever learned one must gamble in order to... Continue Reading →

Wintersong Review

  Whew, this book was something else. I've screamed and ranted about this book for a couple of days now, and I think I've finally decided how I feel about it. Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones was an incredibly confusing, but equally enchanting book. I think I liked it, despite the fact that if I think about... Continue Reading →

The Book of Whispers Review

*This book was provided by publishers through NetGalley, in return for an honest review* "How can so many people live spiritual lives and search for the truth and be wrong? Why would God allow this to happen?" "You find the answer in the story?" I ask. "We each have a different truth," Brother Bonaccorso agrees.... Continue Reading →

May Wrap Up/June TBR

  May wasn't a very productive month for me as far as reading goes. I only got through three novels last month. But to be fair, one of them was ACOWAR, so the post-read slump makes up for some of my lost time.     I read A Court of Wings and Ruin, by Sarah J Maas... Continue Reading →

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