Review | Devolution by Max Brooks

When I saw that Max Brooks had a new book out, I had to jump out and request it from NetGalley! World War Z is one of the top books I have read and one that I always recommend, so I couldn't wait to get started on Devolution! Unfortunately, life happened, and I couldn't seem to focus enough to pick this book up. Luckily, Libro.FM came swooping in with this audiobook as an option for their influencer program.

Review | Black Tangled Heart by Samantha Young

Black Tangled Heart lives up to its title. Each character is tangled up with pain to the point where I questioned if some of the characters were redeemable. In the first half of the book, we got to see Jane and Jamie grow up, and I loved watching their relationship flourish. Both characters were well written, and I enjoyed seeing them grow up. With that said, I have to say that I struggled to read some of the sexual scenes.

Review | The Happy Ever After Playlist

The Happy Ever After Playlist is the first Abby Jimenez book that I have read. It can be read as a standalone, which made me happy seeing as Libro.fm gave me this one as part of their influencer program. Luckily for me, I didn't look at the narrators. Look, so many people LOVE Erin Mallon, but I don't. Her narrations of female characters tend to grate on my nerves. I tend to avoid any of the books she narrates, which makes me sad because she narrates some fantastic books. With all that said, I found that if I speed up her narrations, she isn't terrible. Zachary Weber, as always, was fantastic.

#FaeFriday | 4.24.2020

Happy Friday, everyone! I've been a little quiet on the blog lately, but I definitely couldn't miss #FaeFriday! This week we're talking about glamours! Faeries have been known to create glamours that make the ordinary see a different reality, so the prompt this week is: What is a book that was so realistic it made you question reality?

#FaeFriday | 4.17.2020

Happy Friday, everyone! I've been a little quiet on the blog lately, but I definitely couldn't miss #FaeFriday! This week we're talking about glamours! Faeries have been known to create glamours that make the ordinary see a different reality, so the prompt this week is: What is a book that was so realistic it made you question reality?

Revamped and Rereleased | Seducing Cinderella by Gina L. Maxwell

As many of you know, I found Gina L. Maxwell last year through her Neverland series. Obviously I have been in love ever since. Gina seems to write characters that will make you fall in love and plot lines that will steam up your kindle. When Gina made the announcement that Seducing Cinderella was getting a revamp & rerelease I was ecstatic! I've had this book in my wish list for AGES so I'm excited to finally have the chance to read it in its final glory!

Review | Kiss of Shadow by S. Young

Kiss of Vengeance is the second book in the True Immortality series by S. Young. As many of you know, I'm a huge fan of Samantha Young & I thoroughly enjoyed War of Hearts. When I received this book, I was extremely excited to dive into it, but it just wasn't my favorite. It had many of the elements I love, but at times it fell flat. This book was a slow burn with an enemy to lover trope feel.

Review | A Touch of Death by Rebecca Crunden

Title: A Touch of DeathAuthor: Rebecca CrundenSeries: The Outlands Pentalogy, Book 1Genre: Science FictionPublisher: Self PublishedPublication: 2/23/2017Read: February 2020Format: DigitalPages: 268Rating: 4 Caffeinated StarsTrigger Warnings: Graphic gore, death, suicidal thoughts, torture Rating: 4 Caffeinated Stars Goodreads Summary: Cover from Goodreads.com A thousand years in the future, the last of humanity live inside the walls of... Continue Reading →

Review | Get a Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert

I read this book a few months ago, thanks to Libro.fm's influencer program. I saw quite a few of my favorite blogs reviewing/talking about this book, so I knew I had to read it. I've waited a while to write this book review simply because I loved it so much. Get A Life, Chloe Brown is one of those books that will stay with you for a while after. I struggled to write this book review because nothing will do justice to how much I loved this book. I seriously want to shove it into everyone's hands and tell them to read it.

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