Quick Thoughts On A Few Fabulous Novels

10 September 2018 Jackie 0

While going through my draft folder, I came across a few reviews that I started with a few thoughts, or saved a few tweets, and not much else. Now I could go back, re-read the book and write a proper review, but let’s be honest, it’s not happening. I currently […]

Wings of Stone by J.D. Monroe

5 March 2018 Jackie 0

I want more dragon romances! The werewolves and werecats are nice, but they’ve flooded the market and it can be hard to find other shifters. Thankfully Coastal Magic just happened, and while I was there, I discovered J.D. Monroe and her Dragons of Ascavar series. Guess what…it’s a dragon romance! […]

Cinder by Marissa Meyer

9 January 2018 Casey 0

Over the years, I’ve read countless fairy tales and their retellings. Some retellings would be almost identical to the fairy tale itself, while others were vastly different. I can honestly say that Cinder by Marissa Meyer is the most unique retelling of Cinderella that I’ve ever read. The biggest difference is […]

A Kinda Fairytale Series by Cassandra Gannon

5 January 2018 Jackie 0

Lately I’ve been going between reading binges and not reading a thing; so if a story intrigues me, then it’s pretty much a guarantee I’ll end up binge reading the entire series. Now I’m a sucker for a fairy tale retelling, so after hearing about The Kingpin of Camelot, the third […]

Shannara Chronicles & Shadowhunters: Episode One

2 January 2018 Jackie 0

I’ve been going through my drafts folder, clearing out the ones that weren’t going to happen or polishing up and scheduling those that could happen, when I came across a couple reviews I had started. On the flight back from Coastal Magic 2016, I had queued up the first episodes […]

Bear Attraction by Jennifer Ashley

2 November 2017 Casey 0

As much as I love the Shifter Unbound series by Jennifer Ashley, the novellas usually don’t do it for me. However, her novella Bear Attraction was surprisingly good. A female alpha bear-Shifter is pretty rare in PNR books, but I loved it. (Really, I just want more bears in PNR. Is that too […]

Burned by Karen Marie Moning

19 September 2017 Sarah 0

If you follow Karen Marie Moning’s Fever series, then you know that we step away from the spinoff that was Iced and return to the world (and viewpoint) of main character MacKayla Lane in the seventh book, Burned. It carries a unique pacing that I’ve come to expect from this author, […]