Hey Friends! A lot of romance reading has been happening. Work's been stressful and we know I spiral into the romance books when I'm feeling stressed. BUT! I love me some Elise Kova and started her and Lynn Larsh's Wish Quartet series. I broke my rule and have officially read the three books that are … Continue reading Society of Wishes by Elise Kova & Lynn Larsh
Book 7 is on my Phone waiting to be read, but I feel at a stand still for two reasons: 1. I don't want to influence my Book 6 review with Book 7 knowledge and 2. I just don't have the fire for the series as much as I did. Don't misunderstand. There are still … Continue reading The Girl Who Dared to Endure by Bella Forrest
I've been up since 2:30 with work stuff circling my brain, but I saw this, and it made me smile. Happy Wednesday, all!!
So, I'm terrible and this is book 3 of a series. If you've followed me on my blog journey, for the other series I've read, I wrote reviews about all of the books. Part of the reason I've been terrible about posting lately, is my amped up intensity in reading. Insert me devouring The Color … Continue reading Blackout by Nina Walker
I read the first book in this "series" what feels like forever ago. I think this one was released, but I would've had to pay for it, and, to be honest, I already pay for two book subscription services, so I try to not buy a ton of books outside of those as well. I … Continue reading The Long Game by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
I'll be honest, I started this book, got totally distracted by work and other books, and then came back to it. Part of me knows that's life, but I felt like a fairly terrible person for doing it. I feel like you tell an author you're going to read something, and you do it. I … Continue reading The Fallen Kind by M. Amelk
Ok friends, I've written a few reviews this weekend and scheduled them to get me back in the swing of things. To be honest, I read this awhile ago and should have written about it then, but here we are. We know my big issue with these books is that, although the non-stop action is … Continue reading Until Sunset by Erin Bedford