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 intend to do is find herself noticing things in a different light. Especially when it comes to the night sender that intends to have her for her special night. 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 Londinium, citizens with ancient Celtic power in their veins that lie dormant. Read More

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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A Review On Creatures by Crissy Van Meter

With her wedding on hold and a dead whale on the beach, Evangeline “Evie” is now worried about her fiancé who is stuck at sea. Now, Evie flashes through her life and her absent parents as she remembers her upbringing and the lack of parents, dealing with abandonment, betrayal, being surrounded by alcohol, drugs, and many things that haunt her presence as she remembers her past.

Being surrounded by the ocean, she might have been raised by her negligent father, but she had to parent herself, grow up alone, and realize life alone while her parents left her, alone.

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