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 witch who saves Eoin and the close bond that they form through the chaos that surrounds them.

For the Love of a Witch gives us the bond of our witch and Eoin when the witch saves Eoin from monsters. At first, their relationship is stilted, closed off, tense. But, curiosity gets the best of the witch and she begins to act more friendly toward Eoin. For Eoin, he has always known that to never trust the witch from when he heard stories of her when ready to defeat the dragon. But, they really begin to know each other and that’s when they begin to trust each other.

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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 attention. But, when I found Beneath Cruel Fathoms and read the synopsis, I was immediately hooked.

Leonel, the guardian of the Fathoms has felt alone for so long and one day, he breaks the rules and saves Isaura from drowning due to a shipwreck.

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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 life.

Big Girl, Small Town was something that when I first read the synopsis, I was immediately interested in it. It was different from what I was used to so when I was invited to read this book, I jumped at the chance.

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