“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 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

A Review On The Lost Elemental by Tessa Hale

After discovering that she had hidden abilities, Aura Cole is sent to the elite Kingwood Academy, filled with the talented students of the four elemental kingdoms. But, Aura soon discovers that she really doesn’t fit in as the only half-human half-elemental student. And it certainly doesn’t help that she is getting a lot of attention … Read More

A Review On The Kindred Spirits Supper Club by Amy E. Reichert

After living in Dells for her whole life, Sabrina Monroe is ready to leave, constantly feeling degraded by her high school bullies. The feeling of comfort did not exist for her, even if her family was still in Dells. But what people didn’t know is that the Monroe women could see ghosts, being one of … Read More

A Review On By the Book by Jasmine Guillory

When Isabelle Marlowe unexpectedly volunteers to get the rich and bad reputation Beau Towers to write his memoir. So, when she travels to sunny California from the cold harsh winter qof New York, a blossoming friendship between Beau and Isabelle is the last thing on her mind. I gave By the Book five stars, loving the … Read More

A Review On Kisses and Croissants by Anne-Sophie Jouhanneau

When Mia Jenrow arrives in Paris to attend ballet school, she is in for a lot more than she expected. Family, love, ballet, and friendship all come into play as Mia discovers new things about herself, things she loves, and things she hates. I gave *Kisses and Croissants* 3.5 stars, enjoying the way it was a … Read More

A Review On When the World Runs Dry by Nancy F. Castaldo

When the World Runs Dry gives us the facts and information that shows us how much the world is in need of better health and recovery. The way Nancy F. Castaldo helps me understand that there is much more struggle in the world and in various communities than meets the eye. I gave When the … Read More

A Review On Mistletoe and Mr. Right By Sarah Morgenthaller

When Lana Montgomery, one of the richest people in town makes a promise to catch a mysterious moose that seems to be destroying christmas related items around town, Rick can’t help but fall in love with her, his dream woman and from their, maybe catch a moose together. Mistletoe and Mr. Right showcases the friends to … Read More

A Review On The Way You Hold Me By Elle Wright

When Skye and Garrett are pushed to work together, the sparks that once flew in the past now can’t seem to stay contained. <u>The Way You Hold Me</u> gives you that sense of satisfaction when Skye and Garrett bring together sparks and chemistry wrapped up in this amazing book. They’ll bring the chemistry and the … Read More

A Review On Heart and Seoul by Jen Frederick

When Hara Wilson has the opportunity to go to Seoul in search of her birth parents, she is unexpectedly thrown into a whirlwind romance and the drama of the search for her true biological mother, things seem to go awry and unexpected. But as Hara navigates Seoul, she finds herself in a bit of conundrum, … Read More

A Review On The Love Proof By Madeline Henry

Jake and Sophie. They fell in love fast and hard until one day, they left each other. But, no matter what, they would always find each other, no matter if time goes by or no time at all. But, when Sophie’s passion for physics and world revelations dwindles, she must choose between her love for … Read More

A Review On Finlay Donavan Is Killing It By Elle Cosimano

Finlay Donavan is a stressed out mother and writer in the midst of writers block for her book deadline. Unfortunately, when talking to her agent, someone overhears her conversation with her agent and misinterprets their talk for something more, violent. Now Finlay Donavan is offered to get rid of a man for a price that … Read More

A Review On Teddy Spenser Isn’t Looking For Love by Kim Fielding

Teddy Spenser isn’t ready for love, especially not in Romeo Blue, his coworker and nemesis that he now must spend time with in order to succeed in a high-stakes project at work. But what will their feelings be like after having to spend hours with each other or sharing a hotel room – and bed? … Read More

A Review On Duchess If You Dare by Anabelle Bryant

Scarlett Wynn is an independent strong fighter who fights her own battles, but when her best friend goes missing, she stumbles upon the Duke of Aylesford, Ambrose Cross, a handsome duke who, coincidentally is looking for the man who has taken Scarlett’s best friend. Now they find that they must work together and fight off … Read More

A Review On The Wisteria Society of Lady Scoundrels by India Holton

The Wisteria Society of Lady Scoundrels was a delight to read. Both banter and cuteness filled the lines of the book as we witness the blossoming friendship and then romance between Ned Lightborn and Cecilia Bassingthwaite. The fun pirate and assassin and the thief band together to stop their common enemy, Captain Morvath from taking … Read More

A Review On With or Without You by Caroline Leavitt

With or Without You touches on trauma, love and heartbreak, and the character growth as you become older. Stella and Simon have been in love and happily married for 20 years, until after a shocking accident, Stella falls into a coma. During the time Stella is in a coma, we get the perspective of Simon … Read More

A Review On A Woman of Intelligence by Karin Tanabe

Katarina Edgeworth is married to the perfect man, Dr. Tom Edgeworth. He is a well loved and respected surgeon in New York but, Katarina can’t help but feel trapped. No longer a translator for the United Nation. That is until an FBI agent wants her to become an informant. However, when I got to the … Read More

A Review On Survive the Night by Riley Sager

It’s 1991 and Charlie Jordan is ready to go home after the death of her best friend Maddy, ready to escape the Campus Killer, who is still out there. But, when she decides to hitch a car share ride with Josh, she realizes throughout the night that his story is getting more weird, stories that … Read More

A Review On The Death of Jane Lawrence by Caitlin Starling

The Death of Jane Lawrence shows young Jane Lawrence after her marriage to the esteemed Dr. Augustine Lawrence. But, unknowingly, she marries into something deeper, something, sinister. When Jane marries Dr. Augustine, she thought she would only be marrying into a business detail, where they could both work with each other side by side and … Read More


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