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Poisoned | Jennifer Donnelly | Book Review

Jennifer Donnelly is one of my favorite authors but I admittedly have fallen behind in reading her more recent books. In August, I was lucky enough to win signed copies of Poisoned and Stepsister. These are two retelling of classic fairytale and I was so excited to dive into each of them. I decided toContinue reading “Poisoned | Jennifer Donnelly | Book Review”

Angel of Greenwood | Randi Pink | Book Review

When I saw April’s video on TikTok all about the story I knew I was going to have to pick it up. Angel Of Greenwood is set in what was once known as Black Wallstreet in a section of Tulsa, Oklahoma. This area was the first known prosperous community for Black Americans. In this community,Continue reading “Angel of Greenwood | Randi Pink | Book Review”

If You Love Something | Jayce Ellis | Book Review

If You Love Something is a second chance romance featuring DeShawn, a popular chef, and Malik, his ex-husband. Or at least it was believed that Malik was his ex-husband until a phone call from DeShawn’s grandmother changes everything. The divorce never finalized and after seven years they are back in each other’s orbit again. Together,Continue reading “If You Love Something | Jayce Ellis | Book Review”

Top Ten Tuesday: Most Recent Additions To My Book Collection

Top Ten Tuesday is held by Jana over at That Artsy Reader GirlToday’s topic is all about the books I received added to my book collection. 1. Dolly Parton Storyteller: My Life in Lyrics ~ Dolly Parton This was one of my Christmas presents. I’m excited to learn more about Dolly Parton. 2. Betty White LittleContinue reading “Top Ten Tuesday: Most Recent Additions To My Book Collection”

Pink Guitars and Falling Stars | Leslie O’Sullivan | Book Review

Pink Guitars and Falling Stars is the first book in the Rockin’ Fairy Tales series. It is a Rapunzel retelling and it is glorious. If this is how the series starts, I cannot wait to continue with all the other characters on the Boulevard. They are so much fun! Zeli (Rapunzel) is the current reigningContinue reading “Pink Guitars and Falling Stars | Leslie O’Sullivan | Book Review”

Mother Of All | Jenna Glass | Book Review

Mother Of All is the final book in The Women’s War trilogy. It picks up right after the events of Queen of the Unwanted and continues full steam ahead until the very ending. Seven Waters is still reeling from the blessing/curse that had been put on their world and it is now more important thanContinue reading “Mother Of All | Jenna Glass | Book Review”

Queen Of The Unwanted | Jenna Glass | Book Review

Queen Of The Unwanted is the second book in The Women’s War trilogy by Jenna Glass. This time you get to delve deeper the world of Seven Wells. The world is so beautifully crafted and there are new characters introduced. The previous main characters have more characteristics introduced and there is potential for growth. ThereContinue reading “Queen Of The Unwanted | Jenna Glass | Book Review”

The Women’s War | Jenna Glass | Book Review

Forewarning, I’m pretty sure that this review is going to be just me gushing and wanting you to read this book. I actually discovered The Women’s War at my local library when I saw the third book in the trilogy (Mother of All) and was intrigued. When I realized it was a trilogy, I quicklyContinue reading “The Women’s War | Jenna Glass | Book Review”

I Hated You First |Rachel John | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to I Hated You First by Rachel John? I had some policies to read for work and wanted to have something in the background. So I scrolled through Libby to find a new audiobook to listen to. I Hated You First sounded like it would be right up my alleyway withContinue reading “I Hated You First |Rachel John | Audiobook Review”

And They Lived Happily Ever After | Therese Beharrie | Book Review

In And They Lived Happily Ever After Gaia is a romance author who avoids social situations like the plague. They make her really nervous in ways that she has never been able to explain. She clings to her best friend, Seth, and feels like he is the only person she can trust due to herContinue reading “And They Lived Happily Ever After | Therese Beharrie | Book Review”

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A. A. MacConnell

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