This Kindle Unlimited read is pure fluff and cuteness. Kindle Unlimited is a great resource if you enjoy binge reading and finding new authors. A lot of novels on kindle unlimited are self published, so it’s cool way to find more books from indie authors.Continue reading “Accidentally Amy”
Not Your Ex’s Hexes Review!
April Asher has penned lots of romance novels but never paranormal romance until her Supernatural Singles series. The Supernatural singles series follows the Maxwell sisters, who are witches, as they navigate love and their world of paranormal beings and politics. Not your Ex’s Hexes is the second novel in this series following a witch and a half demon as they fall in love.
Thank you Netgalley and St.Martin’s Griffin for the ARC. All opinions are my own. Not Your Ex’s Hexes released earlier this month so go out and request at your local library or retailer.Continue reading “Not Your Ex’s Hexes Review!”
Romance Recs for the perfect Valentine’s Day!
Welcome Back to blog! In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, I have compiled a list of the perfect romance novels to read this Valentine’s Day. My list is made up of romance novels I’ve read this past year but feel free to recommend me some more in the comments. I read romance novels year-round and I am open to genres.
Please Note: There are some HarperCollins novels on this list. I have included links to read up on the Union’s fight for a livable wage. As of February 9th, the Union has reached a tentative agreement with the company but asks readers to continue holding the line.Continue reading “Romance Recs for the perfect Valentine’s Day!”
I loved Kiss me, Catalina more than West Side Love Story
Hey booklovers, I interrupt our Lunar Chronicles review for some contemporary romance reviews just in time for Valentine’s Day. But not to worry, I will return to my review of Cress and Winter in March.
Priscella Olvieras has done it again! The queen of latine rom com has released the sequel to West Side love story, a mariachi Romeo and Juliet retelling. Kiss me, Catalina, the sequel, is just as explosive, but this time Oliveras has taken inspiration from Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew.”
But don’t write this one off if you hated that particular Shakespeare play, Kiss Me, Catalina is a loser interpretation.Continue reading “I loved Kiss me, Catalina more than West Side Love Story”
Scarlet the unhinged sequel to Cinder
Last week, I shared my review on Cinder, Marissa Meyer’s sci-fi Cinderella retelling. Well, the fairytales continue with it’s sequel, Scarlet.
This time Meyer brings two new protagonists into the mix and a dreamy thieving pilot who brings the chaos.
Scarlet brings the story of little red riding hood and the Big bad Wolf into a futuristic France. But while their story unfolds, Cinder and Kai are trying their hardest to keep the world from crumbling. But who is watching out for them!Continue reading “Scarlet the unhinged sequel to Cinder”
A Science fiction retelling of Cinderella? Say less!
Marissa Meyer’s Cinder is a science fiction Cinderella retelling with a sprinkle of sailor moon. Yes, that’s correct Sailor Moon! Cinder is more on the Young Adult side plot and character wise, but the sci fi element and the world of this novel is incredible!Continue reading “A Science fiction retelling of Cinderella? Say less!”
An Electric Sequel to Neon Gods
Hey blog readers I have returned for another year of sharing and reviewing all things bookish. If you loved the novel Neon Gods, then you’ll probably enjoy its electric sequel as much as I did.
Electric Idol is the dazzling sequel to Katee Roberts’ successful Neon Gods. These novels reinterpret the Greek legends many of us are familiar with and give them an aristocratic touch as well as a modern setting.Continue reading “An Electric Sequel to Neon Gods”
Another Persephone and Hades retelling? Yes, please!
Although Katee Roberts is a popular erotica author who has many novels under her belt, Neon Gods, released last year, is the first novel in a Greek Gods series. Neon Gods is a smutty masterpiece that humanizes Greek legends and launches them into the modern world. Hades and Persophone have a fascinating dynamic together and are the best dog parents!
I have had Neon Gods by Katee Roberts recommended to me so many times before! And I finally got around to reading the audiobook. In short it was stunning! Seriously if you have the opportunity to listen to the audiobook give it a try, it has dual narrators!
Neon Gods is a Hades and Persephone retelling with modern twists. The Gods live in modern Olympus, and have access to cell phones, social media, books, and even paparazzi. But what makes this adaptation fascinating is the gentle leading man, Hades.
If you follow me on Instagram, you probably know I read most of my books through the Libby app, a library app you can access with a free library card, and my library has a great selection! Try it if you haven’t already.Continue reading “Another Persephone and Hades retelling? Yes, please!”
My Top Ten Reads of 2022
2022 has been quite a year. There have been moments of utter bliss as complete sadness. But I am grateful that this year has brought me. Now onto the books. At the end of each year, I love to look back at all the books I’ve read and share my favorite reads of the year.
This year I’ve read a little out of my comfort zone and dipped my toes into horror! And I’ve also decided that the friends-to-lovers trope isn’t so bad.
Please note some of the novels on this list are published by Harper Collins and their employees have been on strike since November 10. As a book reviewer I fully support the strike, but they’ve asked readers not to review any books published by HarperCollins at this time. Although I’ve reviewed some of these books before the strike, I will not be restating my thoughts now. You can read more about the union’s efforts to secure fair wages and donate to the strike fund or follow their Instagram page.Continue reading “My Top Ten Reads of 2022”
Five Winter themed novels to add to your tbr
As if you didn’t need more novels to add to your shopping cart well here, I am *whispers* the menace. I have the perfect romance recommendations to cuddle with next to fireplace while sipping on hot chocolate. And don’t worry this list won’t just be Christmas romance novels, although those are lovely, the books on the list today are novels that take place during the wintertime or give winter vibes.Continue reading “Five Winter themed novels to add to your tbr”