Review: The Shadows Between Us by Tricia Levenseller

I’ve wanted to read this one ever since I’ve first heard about it. Alessandra sounded like a badass – with wanting to woo, marry and then kill the Shadow King. It’s quite literally a real-life version of Kiss, Marry, Kill … but as a to-do list with one person instead! It should give me a pause that I’m attracted to such murderous, devious, deceitful books, but honestly, I regret nothing … More Review: The Shadows Between Us by Tricia Levenseller

Review: Wild Man by Kristen Ashley

Wild Man is one of my favorite books to reread when I need comfort. It’s a sweet, very emotional and yet soothing romance that never fails to make me dream contentedly. I first started reading KA books around seven years ago, back when I was an itty-bitty sixth-grader, making her first foray into adult romance at far too young an age. Yes, she was my very first adult romance writer, … More Review: Wild Man by Kristen Ashley

Review: Bone Crossed by Mercy Thompson

There was a distinct lack of action in this one, compared to the other Mercy Thompson books. But, I think Briggs did us (and Mercy) a favor in that. After the events in Iron Kissed and the cliffhanger that it left us on. After what happened in that book, not only did Mercy need a break, but we needed it, and we got to see Mercy grow in this one … More Review: Bone Crossed by Mercy Thompson

Review: Mystery Man by Kristen Ashley

Cabe “Hawk” Delgado is dreamy and sweet. He’s the perfect book boyfriend. He’s a badass alpha, that’s for sure. He’s sexy hot, has beautiful yummy dimples, is protective to a Capital P, and is bossy and arrogant as hell. He’s ex-special forces, as mentioned, and now he runs a business that oversees commandos in Denver, Colorado, and he’s a mysterious superman. But protective and bossy deserve to be restated. … More Review: Mystery Man by Kristen Ashley

Review: Iron Kissed by Patricia Briggs

Mercy is one of my favorite heroines in urban fantasy, because she’s strong, together, sensible and totally, fiercely independent. Not only that, but she’s a fighter, and she’ll fight anything that walks. It may not always be to their face, but it may be subtle, Mercy-style. Which made the events in this book all the more heartbreaking, as we saw Mercy break, due to events out of her control, … More Review: Iron Kissed by Patricia Briggs

Review: Moon Called by Patricia Briggs

The Mercy Thompson series is such a big hit with me because it effortlessly weaves together all the worlds of the paranormal and supernatural into an Urban Fantasy read. There’s fey, shifters, vampires, along with ghosts, witches and skin walkers. The fluid sense of storytelling is what has it sitting up there with other big-name urban fantasy reads … More Review: Moon Called by Patricia Briggs

Favorite Fantasy Books I Can’t Make Myself Reread (An Illness??)

I’m not sure how widely I share this across this platform, but I’m a huuuuge rereader. I have a shit-ton of books, my TBR is miles long, and yet you can often find me curled up in my chair with an old favorite that I’ve read millions of times. Literally, I’ve read Burn for You by Ilona Andrews at least 21 times, and I’m not making that number up. Lately I’ve found myself in a bit of a book slump where … More Favorite Fantasy Books I Can’t Make Myself Reread (An Illness??)

Review: Dear Aaron by Mariana Zapata

God…f*cking…dammit! This one was so good! It’s only a few days into the month and let me say, March is not messing around. I’ve had more five-star reads in the past week than all of last year! Already!! Gosh. Anyway, I’ve heard people worship and praise Mariana Zapata, and I’m sooo glad I’ve finally had the chance to read one of her stories! Because she gets praise for a good reason.  … More Review: Dear Aaron by Mariana Zapata

Review: To Love Jason Thorne by Ella Maise

It’s a huge perk to be a bookish person reading about other bookish people! The main character, Olive, is an indie writer. She wrote a book (with the main character based off her childhood crush) and made it big – now, her book is being auctioned into a movie! Yayyyy! There were some really fun author-y scenes scattered in here, and … More Review: To Love Jason Thorne by Ella Maise