“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 Daughter of the Moon Goddess by Sue Lynn Tan

When Xingyin’s magic flares, warning the Celestial Empress of unknown activity on the moon, she is forced to flee from her home on the moon in order to protect her mother, the Moon Goddess and to hide that she exists. Now Xingyin is determined to save her mother from her exile on the moon and … Read More

A Review On Partners in Crime by Alisha Rai

After her aunt passes away, Mira Chaudhary is pushed to meet with her aunt’s attorney in discussion of her will, only to be met with her ex, Naveen Desai. Pushed into a shocking situation of kidnapping, heist doing, and tight situations facing each other’s reignited chemistry, Mira and Naveen are forced to confront their past … Read More

A Review On A Very Merry Bromance by Lyssa Kay Adams

After a special night together, Colton Wheeler discovers that the one thing that he wants is Gretchen Winthrop, but, Gretchen has other plans from their night together. A year later, she is forced to reconcile with the handsome Colton Wheeler for a spectacular Christmas. And this time, Colton is not letting her go from his … Read More

A Review On Once Upon a December by Amy E. Reichert

Every year in December, the Milwaukee Christmas market is the prime destination for Astra Noel Snow. Especially when there’s a handsome baker there saving the best and most delicious kringle for her. But, unbeknownst to Astra, the handsome baker Jack Clausen has more secrets that he simply wants to share with her. Especially when even … Read More

A Review On The Witch and the Tsar by Olesya Salnikova Gilmore

When Russia is being threatened by an unknown force, half-goddess Yaga must discover a way to stop evil from taking over from the lands she loves. As she travels through Russia, teaming up with various people, warriors and creatures, she discovers secrets that change her life and her views of this inco ming war on … Read More

A Review On Mistakes Were Made by Meryl Wilsner

After the messy divorce from her husband, Erin Bennett decides she needs to go to a bar and have a day to herself. She definitely did not expect to have a one night stand with Cassie Klein, who turns out to be a friend of her daughters. Even though Cassie may be older than her … Read More

A Review On A Cosmic Kind of Love by Samantha Young

After event planner Hallie Goodman comes across a file of video diaries from a bride’s ex, which she knows is wrong to watch, Hallie can’t help but find a connection with the ex, Captain Christopher Ortiz, an astronaut. When Chris discovers these correspondences, he can’t help but find a connection with Hallie and how different … Read More

A Review On The Many Daughters of Afong Moy by Jamie Ford

Dorothy Moy is in desperate need in helping her daughter overcome the pain and trauma that is passed down through generations of the Moy daughters. Especially when it has affected every single Moy daughter from finding peace with themselves. Riddled with pain and trauma, we are brought through each Moy daughter, starting with Afong Moy. … Read More

A Review On To Sir, With Love by Lauren Layne

Gracie Cooper runs her family-owned champagne store after her father’s death, unfortunately giving up her dream of art. But, unfortunately, it starts to take a turn and when Sebastian Andrews and his company wants to buy her out, tension begins to fly, even when chemistry is mixed into those sparks. I gave To Sir, With … Read More

A Review On The Last Aether by Tessa Hale

After the events of book one: The Lost Elemental, Aura is still dealing with the aftermath of being the most powerful aether and the last of her line. Now she must deal with people who are desperate for her to be dead. I gave The Last Aether four stars, really enjoying the series thus far. … Read More

A Review On Drunk on Love by Jasmine Guillory

After a much needed one night stand, Margot Noble discovers that the handsome night stand also happens to be her new employee, Luke Williams for her winery. But, their chemistry and memories of that hot and steamy night can’t seem to be forgotten by both parties, especially now that they are seeing a lot more … Read More

A Review On The Boy with the Bookstore by Sarah Echavarre Smith

Joelle Prima has worked side by side Max Boyson for years, but after the owner of the building they both work at wants to renovate, they are forced to share a space, a bookshop owner and a baker in one tight area. But, it gets even harder when Joelle has had the biggest crush on … Read More

A Review On The Book of Azrael by Amber Nicole

As the second in command to the powerful Kaden, Dianna Martinez is only looking to do one thing, protect her younger sister, Gabby, instead. Especially after giving Gabby her mortal life in exchange for forever serving under Kaden. Now, Dianna is left wondering whether she should escape from the hold Kaden has on her and … Read More

A Review On Isle of the Immortal by SM Estrada

When the life of her brother is on the line, Shailin sets off on an adventure to save him, all the way to the Isle of Immortals. Alone and defenseless except for a knife giving to her by her mother and a ring that is meant to help her, she sets off on this journey … Read More

A Review On Earning It by EF Dodd

After going through ups and downs with what is going on between them, Regan “Rae” and Donavan “Van” must figure out if these feelings are still there And with the wedding of their closeest friends, including being invited on the honeymoon together, they’re closer than ever. I gave Earning It 3.6 stars, enjoying te overall relationship … Read More

A Review on Delilah Green Doesn’t Care by Ashley Herring Blake

As Delilah Green enters the small town of Bright Falls, a place that she left straight after high school, she discovers that something’s have not changed, but, that doesn’t mean she can’t help how different yet the same Claire looks like. As we dive deeper into Delilah and Claire’s relationship, we slowly dive deeper into … Read More

A Review on Tokyo Dreaming by Emiko Jean

After the events of the outing of Akio and Izumi’s relationship as bodyguard and princess, and the reunion of Izumi’s parents, it’s time to figure out Izumi’s life after, college, family… love. But, the people of Japan don’t exactly approve of Izumi’s relationship with Akio, especially as he’s a bodyguard and not of a high … Read More

A Review On A Deadly Education by Naomi Novik

As El navigates the Scholomance, discovering the dangers of lurking monsters and shadows — unfortunately by herself — she discovers the importance of survival within the walls of the Scholomance. I gave A Deadly Education three stars, enjoying the magic and paranormal side of the story, but, I found that the story dragged on. The premise … Read More

A Review On Battle Royal by Lucy Parker

After a unicorn hoof to the face four years ago, Dominic De Vere is happy to never set eyes on Sylvie Fairchild ever again, until, that is, four years later she gets nominated to be a judge on the new season of Operation Cake. It was not her intention, as a contestant of Operation Cake … Read More

A Review On Love and Fury by Samantha Silva

I got this book in December 2021 when Barnes and Noble had the big hardcover sale, and months later, I wondered, “why on Earth did I get this book?” I knew it was about a midwife, Mrs. Blenkinsop helping Mary Wollstonecraft during the birth of her daughter. Little did I know, I would thoroughly enjoy … Read More

A Review On Scandal and the Runaway Bride by Donna Alward

After running from the alter, William “Will” Pemberton must find Gabriella Baressi and push her to go back on the alter, back to his brother. But, unbeknownst to him, he finds that Gabi isn’t the woman he thought she was. As Gabi and Will find themselves stuck with each other, something romantic begins to bloom … Read More


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