Every character that you loved in the original fairytale is in this book. Gina really brought together the aspects of the classic novel and intertwined them into a new unique take. There are so many callbacks to the classic that many Peter Pan fans will squee in enjoyment.
I was gifted this book by Nora Roberts herself as a "thank you" for putting together the #CopyPasteCrisList & helping bring all of the plagiarism by Cristiane Serruya to light. Needless to say, when I opened the package I cried tears of excitement and dived into Morrigan's Cross almost immediately. This is my very first Nora Roberts, and I can guarantee that it won't be my last.
I picked up this book as part of #IndieApril, and I was excited to give it a chance. The description sounded like something right up my alley, and I've been reading so many romances that I figured it was time to take a break and jump into a good fantasy. James Clyde & the Diamonds of Orchestra is a mid-grade novel that grabs you from the start.
I finally was able to figure out what I love about Samantha Young's writing style, and it's the fact that each story reads like your best friend is telling you the story. It's almost like you sit down and spend 4 hours listening to your best friend's dirty jokes, setbacks, and love life.
Beauty and the Beast mixed with a hot military man? What could go wrong? Take a look at my review for Falling for the Beast by Skye Warren and see what hit its target and what didn't. #BookReview
**ARC Provided in exchange for an honest review** Publication: 5/7/2019 Series: The Kiss Quotient #2 Series Books Reviewed: The Kiss Quotient #1 Read: February 2019 Format: Digital Rating: 5 Caffeinated Stars Goodreads Summary: Khai Diep has no feelings. Well, he feels irritation when people move his things or contentment when ledgers balance down to the... Continue Reading →
One of the things that I love about Skye Warren is that she isn't scared to take a risk. Her books always have a bit of a taboo feel to them, and this one is no different. The power dynamics in this book have a forbidden edge to it.
The Travelling Cat Chronicles by Hiro Arikawa is tragic, beautiful, simplistic, and precisely what I needed to read.