Review | Fairies: The Myth, Legends, and Lore by Skye Alexandra

I've had this book borrowed from Kindle Unlimited for a few months, but I never found the time to read it. As you all by now should know, I love Faeries. I've fallen in love with many mythical creatures, but faeries have always had a special place in my heart. Since I started #FaeFriday, I figured it was time to brush up on my faery facts, which is surprisingly nonexistent.

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.

Review | Love Her or Lose Her by Tessa Bailey

Love Her or Lose Her is the second book in the Hot and Hammered series by Tessa Bailey. I read the first one earlier in the year, and I genuinely enjoyed it. Georgie and Travis were so much fun, so I couldn't wait to read about Dominic and Rosie.

Review | Fix Her Up

What I loved the most about this book was the chemistry between the two main characters. I have to say that Tessa sure knows how to write dirty talk. I almost had to start fanning myself at one point.

Review | The Dare by Harley LaRoux

The chemistry between the characters was what made this book so hot I'm surprised my kindle didn't catch fire. Everything single moment between Jessica & Manson was scorching. Their connection was everything I could want in an erotica, and honestly, it was believable from a real-life standpoint.

Review | A Violet Fire

The plot was exciting and something a bit different with various borrowed elements as well. I could see a little bit of the many Young Adult dystopian novels in the book, so I was impressed that Kelsey Quick was able to write something refreshing.

Review | The Deep by Rivers Solomon

Yetu was a fascinating main character, and I couldn't help but cry for her throughout the book. I loved the journey she takes, and I was on the edge of my seat while reading this book.

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