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.
Thornbound is the second book in the Harwood Spellbook. It follows Cassandra’s endeavour to start a school of magic for women. 5 stars for this fantasy story