Moontangled is Stephanie Burgis’ latest Harwood Spellbook novella. She offered to send me an ARC in exchange for an honest review. I love the series so I didn’t need to think hard about that one. Moontangled follows Juliana and Caroline, a couple we’ve seen in the previous books, but who now get the center stage.
When I heard Rachel was organizing another tour for Isabella May, I immediately signed up. Isabella tweeted regularly about her new cake-centered book over the past year, so I was really excited to read it. Rachel was kind of to provide me with a free copy in exchange for an honest review. The Cake Fairies
It’s finally here, the release day of my debut novel, Devil’s Deal. I don’t know what else to say except thank you. The book exists because of your support, even if you’re just lurking and reading a post every now and then. Knowing there are people who want to read what I write is a
You Make Me by Erin McCarthy is a steamy romance novel, not my usual pick, but I read it anyway. Three stars, not recommended.
An overview of the books I’ve read this year and which ones stood out to me. I’ve read nearly as much non-fiction as fiction, which is a first.
Lost Wolf by Stacy Claflin is a paranormal romance about werewolves. Toby wants to save his friend Victoria from a notorious family. Three stars.
The summer holidays are just around the corner. Let’s take a trip through Europe. Read through five lovely locations with these excellent books.
The Ice Cream Parlour is Isabella May’s fourth book. This romance foodie novel is a perfect summer read while eating ice cream by the side of the pool.
Rippler by Cidney Swanson is a typical YA paranormal romance, but with an interesting twist. No vampires or werewolves in this one. Three stars.
A review of Runes by Ednah Walters. 1,5 stars for this paranormal romance with an original take on Norse mythology and an unsatisfying ending.