The Book Charmer by Karen Hawkins – ARC

The characters in The Book Charmer were so much fun. I enjoyed getting to know their nuances and quirks, and I felt like Dove Pond was remarkably similar to another favorite town that I grew up with, Stars Hollow.

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Paper Flowers by Andie Barr

Though the strain of the relationship was exhausting, I found the romance part charming and exhilarating. The flirting was adorable, and I loved the interactions between the characters. It was fun to see Max & Jake fall in love.

James Clyde and the Tomb of Salvation

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.

Queen of Hearts by Colleen Oakes

The twists and turns kept me on the edge of my seat. This will be the perfect book for teens and adults who want to get a feel for the horror genre without jumping into the pool. It's dark, twisty, and sure to keep you entertained.

June 2019 Reading!

Let your inner #Ravenclaw out and take a look at my reading statistics for June 2019. #MonthlyWrapUp #ReadingStatistics #BookBlogger

The Bookish Life of Nina Hill by Abbi Waxman

I wish I loved this book as much as I loved the description. When I read the description, I know this book was going to be perfect for me. I related so much to Nina, and within the first few chapters, I was prepared to give this book Five Caffeinated Stars because it was incredibly witty and fun. I loved the banter that Nina and Liz had, and I understood Nina's anxiety. Unfortunately, this book didn't live up to the first few chapters.

Claimed by M. Never

Have you read the Decadence After Dark series? I typically enjoy dark erotica so I was ready to jump into the second book in the series, Claimed. Take a look at my review to see what I thought!

Kingdom of Exiles

Kingdom of Exiles is the first book in the Beast Charmer series, and it set up a beautiful world that I can't wait to explore in more books. The description of the world itself is enough to keep me coming back. Maxym M. Martineau knows how to make it feel like you're there exploring the cities and forests side by side with the characters.

May 2019 Reading!

Let your inner #Ravenclaw out and take a look at my reading statistics for May 2019. #MonthlyWrapUp #ReadingStatistics #BookBlogger

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