Maybe the writing didn’t click with me but the world building was great | Review: Too Wyrd

Nicola was never a hero. She was an everyday single mother, Heathen witch, and herbalist. And she was happy with her quiet life until the night Joseph showed up at her door with news that her step-sister joined a cult… and disappeared. Pressured by family loyalties, Nicola goes back to Indianapolis, dodging old enemies and … More Maybe the writing didn’t click with me but the world building was great | Review: Too Wyrd

Can’t wait to continue the story!| Review: Eternal Night

A dark secret lies in her past. A magical world exists just out of reach. A hidden destiny awaits her. After a tragic murder and year of lost memories, Anna finds her world shrouded in mystery. Only the elusive Blake seems to have any answers, but pursuing his knowledge takes Anna down a dangerous path. … More Can’t wait to continue the story!| Review: Eternal Night

Definitely looking forward to book 3! | Review: Reclaimed

First Book’s Review Being a vampire for hundreds of years, Hammer knew all about promises when he made one to Morta Fox. The problem was, he never counted on her being the most stubborn, big-mouthed, unbelievably amazing vampire he’d ever met. He wasn’t supposed to fall in love with her, but he did. Stuck in … More Definitely looking forward to book 3! | Review: Reclaimed

In love with the author, not so much with this book: Persuasion (Part 1)

Twenty-seven-year old Anne Elliot is Austen’s most adult heroine. Eight years before the story proper begins, she is happily betrothed to a naval officer, Frederick Wentworth, but she precipitously breaks off the engagement when persuaded by her friend Lady Russell that such a match is unworthy. The breakup produces in Anne a deep and long-lasting … More In love with the author, not so much with this book: Persuasion (Part 1)

I enjoyed this story though it’s not something I’m used to read. | Review: An Italian Adventure

A humorous coming of age tale of friendship, sisterhood, and family drama set against the gorgeous backdrop of northern Italy. Recommended for fans of Jandy Nelson, John Green, Neil Gaiman and Sherman Alexie Italy, the late 80s. Leda is a bookish tomboy whose life is turned upside down by shady Nico, who just moved north … More I enjoyed this story though it’s not something I’m used to read. | Review: An Italian Adventure

My first Austen Journey: Pride and Prejudice (Part 1)

Hello everyone! As you may know (or not) I’m part of the Austentatious book club, created by Zoe from readbyzoe on youtube. I have my own classics challenge but, being honest, I wasn’t reading classics. I had been wanting to read Pride and Prejudice for so long…And then this book club appeared so I decided … More My first Austen Journey: Pride and Prejudice (Part 1)

This was strange… | Review: Two Graves

(TWO GRAVES is a short novella, about 70 pages. It is volume #1 in Zoe Kalo’s psychological suspense «Retribution» series.) A Dante-ish descent through a sinister world of decadent shadows and woeful souls… Seven years ago, he shattered her life. The town eventually forgot the headlines and the nightmares. But 23-year old music student Angelica … More This was strange… | Review: Two Graves

Maybe this wasn’t the most original story but I liked it | Review: Chasing Eva

An addictive, suspenseful & sensual story about a man and a woman whose lives are about to get sizzling hot… After living through her share of disloyal relationships, Evangeline Avery will be damned if she lets another man cheat her. A beautiful and confident woman, Eva is the owner of an interior design firm at … More Maybe this wasn’t the most original story but I liked it | Review: Chasing Eva

A bit of a disappointment. | Review: Children of Icarus

It is Clara who is desperate to enter the labyrinth and it is Clara who is bright, strong, and fearless enough to take on any challenge. It is no surprise when she is chosen. But so is the girl who has always lived in her shadow. Together they enter. Within minutes, they are torn apart … More A bit of a disappointment. | Review: Children of Icarus

If you like Japanese settings, stories and fantasy…| Review: A Mortal Song

Sora’s life was full of magic–until she discovered it was all a lie. Heir to Mt. Fuji’s spirit kingdom, Sora yearns to finally take on the sacred kami duties. But just as she confronts her parents to make a plea, a ghostly army invades the mountain. Barely escaping with her life, Sora follows her mother’s … More If you like Japanese settings, stories and fantasy…| Review: A Mortal Song