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.

#FaeFriday | 2.14.2020

It's #FaeFriday, and that means it's time to let your inner fae come out and play! Instead of doing a Valentine's Day theme, I decided that for this week, we'd talk about healing. Whether you need a dying plant or a broken heart mended, the fair folk can help. Just like fae, books can be incredibly healing, so the prompt this week is: What book helped you through a difficult time?

Review | The Bear by Andrew Krivak

It's been a few days since I finished this book, and I still don't know quite how I feel about it. I picked this up as part of Libro.FM's influencer program, and I was immediately drawn to the cover. Seriously, look at how pretty the cover is. I also enjoy post-apocalyptic reads. I figured I would give this book a chance. I think it's important to state that this book was not character-driven. You never even know the character's name. You only know them as The Girl, The Man, and The Bear. I am such a character-driven reader that this honestly threw me off.

#FaeFriday | 2.7.2020

It's Friday and Faebruary, which means it is time to let our inner fae shine and participate in #FaeFriday. The prompt this week is pixie dust! If you've seen Peter Pan, you know that pixie dust is used to make you fly. So this week's question is: What is a book that made your heart soar?

Review | Fluffy by Julia Kent

Back in April, it seemed that this book was everywhere. A lot of the bloggers I followed posted review after review of this book, so it wore me down, and I had to buy it. Unfortunately, with how busy my review schedule was, this book sat on my kindle for months. On a whim, I checked the audible escape package and was so excited to find Fluffy on it! I downloaded it right away and eagerly started the audiobook.

Review | Into The Woods by James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim

I've owned the play transcription of Into The Woods for about five years now, but I never seemed to find the time to read it. This was one of the three picks I pulled out of my TBR jar for the Clearing The Hoard Bookwyrm Challenge I created. I couldn't pick what book, but this book was mentioned in David Levithan's newest book, 19 Love Songs, so my choice was easy to make.

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