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A Review On To Kill a Kingdom by Alexandra Christo

In a world full of war, humans versus sirens, the Princes’ Bane hunts the most sought out Prince’s heart and the Siren Killer is out to hunt the Princes’ Bane. But when chance happens, they must work together to kill their mutual enemy. To Kill a Kingdom follows Princess Lira, the Princes’ Bane, and the most … Read More

A Review On Lana’s War by Anita Abriel

Months after losing her husband and her unborn child, Lana Antanova teams up with Guy Pascal in Nice, in order to help save Jewish families from being taken, helping them escape to have better lives. Lana’s War is a powerful story of love, friendship, and discovery of people that you least expect it. This book … Read More

A Review On The White Coat Diaries by Madi Sinha

In The White Coat Diaries, we are transported to a world filled with medical terms, diagnosis, and the life of a working woman. Through the life of Norah Kadapia, we are shown her world in the beginning as an intern at a hospital, learning the ropes of what it would truly take to become a … Read More

A Review On Minus Me by Mameve Medwed

When it comes to the toughest situation of family, health, and love, Minus Me is the perfect example of the hardships of what a person must go through. Annie shows us her life as she is diagnosed with cancer, unknown of what to do in order to prepare her husband and childhood sweetheart, Sam, with … Read More

A Review On The Witch’s Heart by Genevieve Gornichec

The Witch’s Heart is a gripping retelling of Norse mythology and the take on what we knew, The Witch’s Heart shows us a whole new tale of the unknown. From love, to betrayal, to family, to war, The Witch’s Heart was the perfect story of all of these combined and the story of Angrboda and … Read More

A Review On Libertie by Kaitlyn Greenidge

In the time of slavery, Libertie is the story of Libertie Samson and how she begins to discover being a Black woman in a time of men. Throughout her life, Libertie is brought different situations, talking about race, colorism, as well as issues on slavery. Each point that was talked about hit so many different … Read More

A Review On The Forgotten Kingdom by Signe Pike

The Forgotten Kingdom tells the story in three parts, Langoureth, Lailoken, and Angharad, a family divided by kingdom and by land. The Forgotten Kingdom shows the rich Arthurian mythology and the power behind family. I gave The Forgotten Kingdom three stars, enjoying the history and the Arthurian mythology that filled the books and filled my imagination … Read More

A Review On Accidentally In Love by Belinda Missen

Accidentally In Love tells the story of Katharine who quit her job and moved back home in order to open a gallery. Along the way, she must choose things that help herself and that help her loved ones. But, that also comes in the form of Christopher “Kit” Dunbar, a stubborn, handsome local artist that … Read More

A Review On The Gift of Rio by C.S. Elston

After traveling to Hawaii after a traumatizing situation, Mei, now known as Toki, lives her life with her unborn daughter who would later become Rio in Hawaii. But on her way to But, during her trip from Japan to Hawaii, she encounters an old lady that tells her that her daughter Rio would grow up … Read More

A Review On Fairy Godmothers, Inc. by Saranna DeWylde

Fairy Godmothers, Inc., is the story of second chances, luck, and love, all through Lucky Fujiki and Ransom Payne. A story of second chances and believing in yourself, this is such a cute romance and a perfect play on our fairytales that we are used to. Sometimes, in a fairytale, luck might not be on … Read More

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