Review: Kissing Galileo by Penny Reid

This is the second book in the Dear Professor series, and thank god I finally got my hands on it!! This book was teased in Penny’s newsletter for months and it was an agonizing wait! But finally, here we are. This one follows Emily Von… right after her professor sees her naked. Wait! Don’t leave yet! It’s all very aboveboard, I promise. She works as a lingerie model … More Review: Kissing Galileo by Penny Reid

Midnight Rescue by Elle Kennedy

Midnight Rescue is the first book in the Killer Instincts series, and it followed Abby Sinclair, supposedly the second-best assassin in the world, who often goes around the world in deep undercover operations against Big Baddies. She was CIA, but then recruited by an independent group of Elite assassins, all women, who do similar work… but with a lot less red tape. … More Midnight Rescue by Elle Kennedy

Review: Say You Still Love Me by KA Tucker

I’m absolutely ashamed that I forgot how much I love KA Tucker! It’s been awhile since I’ve read one of her books, but I can’t believe I’d forgotten to pick up her books over the years! I picked this one up at the recommendation of Jess @ PeaceLoveBooks on BookTube as part of Romance-opoly, a year-long reading challenge that I’m participating in … More Review: Say You Still Love Me by KA Tucker

TBR // May 2020

I read a total of 28 books in April, and I’m hoping to keep up the oomph for May! Since I’m facing three month-long readathons in June, July and August, I’m taking it easy with the TBR this year. It’s not set, but these are some books that I’m hoping to get to this month ✨ I like to have a place where I can look to find books I’ve already picked out for the month, even if I don’t have to read them, when … More TBR // May 2020

Wrap-Up: April 2020

hello, lovelies! This month … well I’m not going to go into detail. You know allllll about what’s happening this month and the situation that we’re in. I’m lucky enough to have made this an incredibly lucrative reading month! My two-month reading slump ended almost right before this Q-situation began, so I’ve been throwing myself … More Wrap-Up: April 2020

ARC Review: Highland Conquest by Heather McCollum

Gosh I seem to be in the minority for this one, which is an usual occurrence for me but… kdslfj I just couldn’t get into this one. The first 16 percent, I was frustrated and would have certainly put the book down, if it wasn’t an ARC. Gradually… things got better and I was curious enough to finish it, but if I had not received this book for review, I’m not sure I would’ve gotten to that part.  … More ARC Review: Highland Conquest by Heather McCollum

Why I did not enjoy Wicked Saints by Emily A. Duncan

It had all the things I love in high fantasy” bad boy love interest, oppressive regime, dangerous magic and morally grey protagonists. Except… Where does all that come into play, exactly? Because I have to say, I couldn’t find any of it. First of all, it was boring as hell. I’m not really sure where the plot was … More Why I did not enjoy Wicked Saints by Emily A. Duncan

ARC Review: To Have and to Hoax by Martha Waters

To Have and To Hoax really is a great title for this one. It’s a story about a married couple of 5 years, and in their fourth year of the Cold War Marriage. They were deeply in love and the best of friends in a passionate marriage, until an argument a year into their marriage destroyed their relationship. They merely exchange pleasantries now, and can scarcely stand to be in the same room as the other. … More ARC Review: To Have and to Hoax by Martha Waters

My First Graphic Novels: Heartstopper and Fence

This past Sunday, April 19, was the final day of the #stayhomereadingrush, and I decided to go for gold, even if I’d already finished the requisite challenges (and more). So with the last four hours of my time (and I even finished with time to spare!) I decided to tackle the one thing I’ve never done as a reader: graphic novels.  … More My First Graphic Novels: Heartstopper and Fence

Review: The Security Guy by VC Lancaster

This is the third book in the Office Aliens series, and honestly… I enjoy these books so much :) They read like a contemporary romance, with all the awesome tropes that I love… but with an alien as the love interest. It had all the nuances of all of those incredible tropes: hate-to-love roommates, forced-proximity, etc. I was really feeling that slow slide from the intense dislike Anna had for Khy… … More Review: The Security Guy by VC Lancaster

Review: The Strange Case of Finley Jayne by Kady Cross

This book was truly, wickedly fun, and very quick. A bit of Frankenstein, a bit of Jekyll and Hyde, and the all the best parts of the Steampunk genre combined, it was utterly amazing. There’s a popular YA series that it faintly reminds me of, but for the life of me I can’t figure out what it it! … More Review: The Strange Case of Finley Jayne by Kady Cross