“There is more treasure in books than in all the pirates’ loot on Treasure Island and best of all, you can enjoy these riches every day of your life.”

― Walt Disney

A Review On Let’s Get Back to the Party by Zak Salih

Let’s Get Back to the Party is the story of Sebastian Mote, a 30 year old professor who is single and envies his students that can live so freely. After meeting his old childhood friend, Oscar Burnham, he discovers the current gay culture and how, as they both get older, see the ever-changing world. I did … Read More

A Review On The Night Sender by Christina Tsirkas

On her 18th birthday, Rose Woodburn is visited by a night sender, just like every of age girl in the court, except, no man is to know about the night senders. But life for Rose is made difficult by the mean girl, Savannah who desperately wants to make Rose’s life a living hell. What Rose doesn’t … Read More

A Review On Into the Burning Dawn by Natalie Meg Evans

Imogen Fitzgerald, raised in an English orphan works for the Count di Trosini, Giancarlo, as his kids, Eloisa and Marco’s “nanny” or teacher figure. But along the way, World War II tears through Italy and the di Trosini household. And, to add to the chaos of war, Giancarlo’s half-brother, Fabrizio, stirs Imogen’s life and twists … Read More

A Review On Tempting the Scoundrel by Tracy Sumner

After meeting ten years ago, distinguished watchmaker, Christian Bainbridge, meets the woman he fell in love with, Raine Mowbray. The moment Christian noticed her, he knew that she was the one that had stolen his heart and that he had to have her love. Now ten years later, their chance meeting has pushed Christian to … Read More

A Review On Much Ado About You by Samantha Young

When 33 year old Evangeline “Evie” Starling escapes to a small town of Northumberland in England to temporarily run the bookstore: Much Ado About Books. Away from her busy Chicago life, she hopes to find herself as she immerses herself around books and the life of the small town gossip and friendship and family. When … Read More

A Review On Secrets of the Starcrossed by Clara O’Connor

Cassandra Shelton, the daughter of a powerful merchant is betrothed to the most eligible bachelor in the city, Marcus Courtenay. But, when she helps out Devyn Agrestin, her classmate, there is an underlying attraction that she feels towards him that she can’t understand. Now, Cassandra discovers that the mysterious sickness that is effecting the citizens of … Read More

A Review On Capturing the Earl by A.S. Fenichel

Lady Mercedes “Mercy” Heath has since put the notion that she would either die a spinster or marry a man she would never love. But, when she meets Wesley Renshaw, a man who is interested in marrying one of her friends, why is that she can’t stop thinking about him, or that he can’t stop … Read More

A Review On The Ex Talk by Rachel Lynn Solomon

The Ex Talk brings us a well written, enemies to lovers and office romance combined book that brings to life the world of radio shows and podcasts. This novel written by Rachel Lynn Solomon shows us the in-depth world of what it’s like at a radio station and the world of Shay Goldstein as she … Read More

A Review On The Alice Equation by Davina Stone

Being best friends for five years, Alice Montgomery and Aaron Blake are as close as ever. Except one day, during a job interview, Aaron lets it slip that he might be dating Alice. Except he’s not. Now. Alice and Aaron are pushed into a fake relationship, but perhaps there are some underlying feelings that have … Read More

A Review On Misleading the Duke By A.S. Fenichel

Lady Faith Landon is betrothed to the Duke of Breckenridge, Nicholas Ellsworth, but with the amount of secrets that lie beneath his exterior, Faith remains suspicious of his actions. She can’t help but wonder what those secrets are, even if the truth is far from what she expected. Nicholas Ellsworth, the Duke of Breckenridge, has … Read More

A Review On The Earl Not Taken By A.S. Fenichel

Penelope “Poppy” Arrington has sworn off men and marriage and has committed to living life to the fullest with her group of friends known as the Wallflowers of West Lane. But, her dearest friend, Aurora, recently widowed, has moved back into her home and Poppy intends to keep her company. Except, where Aurora is, so is … Read More

A Review On I Killed Zoe Spanos by Kit Frick

Anna Cicconi takes up a summer job as a nanny in Herron Hill, a small village in the Hamptons. But, when she arrives, she is in the thick of the disappearance of Zoe Spanos. This does not help Anna’s case who looks mysteriously like the missing Zoe. As we dive deeper into the disappearance of … Read More

A Review On The Queen’s Assassin by Melissa de la Cruz

Shadow and Caledon Holt, an unlikely team, fight to find the thing that will protect their kingdom, but, unbeknownst to them, they must fight their attraction from each other throughout the journey that they are about to go on. The Queen’s Assassin tells the tale of the missing scrolls, left to be uncovered and placed … Read More

A Review On When the Tiger Came Down the Mountain by Nghi Vo

Cleric Chih takes on tigers as they tell the story of Ho Thi Thao and Dieu in order to save themself and Si-yu from being tiger food. When the Tiger Came Down the Mountain shows the strength of storytelling and how, even the stories can perhaps save yourself from death. Cleric Chi must face tigers … Read More

A Review On The Empress of Salt and Fortune by Nghi Vo

The tales of Rabbit as she descends into her life as the handmaiden of the Empress, In-Yo, journeying through the various stories that she brought to the young cleric, Chih, and his hoopoe, Almost Brilliant. In The Empress of Salt and Fortune, we dive into Rabbit’s stories from a young age, filled will the hardship … Read More

A Review On Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo

The world of Galaxy “Alex” Stern is a mess, but when given the opportunity for a second chance, what is in it for her? The world of Ninth House with murder, secret societies, ghosts, and the unseen, Yale is not what you expect. Ninth House brings us to a world that we are least expecting, … Read More

A Review On For the Love of a Witch by Sarah-Jane Lehoux

A knight, loyal to his queen, goes off to fight the dangerous dragon that has been terrorizing the towns, leaving many townsfolk for dead. Eoin goes off ready to kill the dragon, but on the way, finds something he leasts expect. Through For the Love of a Witch, we get the love story of the … Read More

A Review On Beneath Cruel Fathoms by Anela Deen

Mermaids and humans. Two different worlds that don’t expect to collide, intertwine with force and, in the most unexpected ways, love. Beneath Cruel Fathoms is the story of Isaura and Leonel and the forbidden love that sparks between them. Being a fan of mermaids, it is difficult to discover good mermaid novels that capture my … Read More

A Review On The Berlin Girl by Mandy Robotham

The Berlin Girl reveals the life of Georgina “Georgie” Young as she navigates her life as a journalist amidst the Nazi occupation in Berlin during World War II. Georgie Young and fellow Londoner, Max Spendor are two journalists that are posted in Berlin in the middle of World War II, surrounded by the highest of

A Review On Big Girl, Small Town by Michelle Gallen

Set in a small Irish town, Majella O’Neill is an autistic young woman living with her mom. Majella lives her daily life through her comfortable day-to-day routine. We are taken through a tragedy in Majella’s life and now, her comfortable routine is thrown off guard and she must figure out the big changes in her … Read More


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