The characters in this book were unique and fun. They are what I enjoyed the most about this book. It was fun to watch them interact, and I loved how quirky and weird they all were.
This book is a fast-paced fantasy adventure that has a feel similar to the Hobbit, the descriptions are great, the characters improved, and I enjoyed seeing the continuation of the series.
Have you always wanted to read a book about an FBI profiler with ties to a local crime lord's son? If so, check out this mystery by Lisa Renee Jones. Personally, it wasn't my favorite but maybe it could be yours.
The Travelling Cat Chronicles by Hiro Arikawa is tragic, beautiful, simplistic, and precisely what I needed to read.
I realized that I never actually published this review on my blog. It's up on various other sites, but I failed at putting it here, so it is better late than never. Publication: August 7, 2018 Series: Play On #2 Read: August 2018 Format: Digital ARC Rating: 5 Caffeinated Stars Summary: The New York Times... Continue Reading →
**ARC Provided by the Bookish First in exchange for an honest review** Publication: June 5, 2018 Series: The Kiss Quotient #1 Read: April 2018 Format: Paperback ARC Rating: 5 Caffeinated Stars Summary: A heartwarming and refreshing debut novel that proves one thing: there's not enough data in the world to predict what will make your... Continue Reading →
**ARC Provided by the NetGalley in exchange for an honest review** Publication: August 28th, 2018 Series: Mask of Shadows #2 Read: August 2018 Format: eBook Rating: 5 Caffeinated Stars Goodreads Summary: The thrilling conclusion to the Mask of Shadows duology that weaves a tale of magic, shadows, and most importantly, revenge. As one of the... Continue Reading →
As many of you know, Samantha Young is one of my all time favorite writers. Anytime I buy one of her books, I know for a fact it is going to be a new favorite. The On Dublin Street series is my favorite romance series and it is one of my go to recommendations. If... Continue Reading →
**ARC Provided by the Kendall Grey in exchange for an honest review** Publication: May 25th, 2018 Read: May 2018 Format: eBook Rating: 4 1/2 Caffeinated Stars Summary: “This job can suck it. After teaching eighth grade gifted language arts for years, I’m being moved to remedial sixth grade science. New team. New subject. New everything…. Continue Reading →