The Royal Correspondent | Alexandra Joel | Book Review

The Royal Correspondent is a historical fiction story set in the 1960s. It follows the main character Blaise Hill as she tries to find her way as a journalist in a male dominated world. Unfortunately before she can get a full start on her career path, she finds herself in the wrong place at theContinue reading “The Royal Correspondent | Alexandra Joel | Book Review”

August 2021 Recap | September 2021 TBR

August was a good month and also my birthday month. It’s hard to believe that I’m now 34. I don’t actually feel older but, I have acknowledged it. After all you are only as young as you feel! Let’s recap August… Personal Recap: -I started a new job! It has been going good so far.Continue reading “August 2021 Recap | September 2021 TBR”

Top Ten Tuesday: Fictional Crushes

Top Ten Tuesday is held by Jana over at That Artsy Reader GirlToday’s topic is Fictional Crushes Here we go! Keane Sullivan (Float Plan ~ Trish Doller): Sweet, vulnerable, understanding. Westley/The Dread Pirate Roberts (Princess Bride ~ William Goldman): Swoony, charismatic, strong. Prince Po (Graceling ~ Kristin Cashore): Witty, charming, supportive. Etienne St. Clair (Anna andContinue reading “Top Ten Tuesday: Fictional Crushes”

Country Music Cowboy | Sasha Summer | Book Review

Country Music Cowboy is the third book from the Kings of Country series. It was actually the first book I read in this series when I got approved for an advanced reader copy on Netgalley. I didn’t realize it was part of a series! You can read this by itself but, if you’re like me,Continue reading “Country Music Cowboy | Sasha Summer | Book Review”

Song For A Cowboy | Sasha Summers | Book Review

Song For A Cowboy is the second book in the Kings of Country series but, it can be read as a stand alone. This time the focus is on Emmy Lou King and her high school sweetheart Brock Watson. Communication issues and secrets drove them apart in the past but when they suddenly find themselvesContinue reading “Song For A Cowboy | Sasha Summers | Book Review”

Jace | Sasha Summers | Book Review

Jace is the first book in the Kings of Country series by Sasha Summers. It follows a family of musicians as they go through the ups and downs of family and tour life. In this edition, the focus is primarily on Krystal King and Jace Black who have an immediate attraction to each other. KrystalContinue reading “Jace | Sasha Summers | Book Review”

Skye Falling | Mia McKenzie | Book Review

Skye Falling by Mia McKenzie was a hard book for me to get into. At first I thought it was because of the characters; then the writing style; and finally decided it was a combination of both. I have a strong feeling that other readers will be able to relate to the language and charactersContinue reading “Skye Falling | Mia McKenzie | Book Review”

Rescue Me | Sarra Manning | Book Review

When I read the synopsis for Rescue Me, I knew that it was a book I wanted to read. I was so excited that luck seemed to be in my favor and I was approved to read an advanced copy. While I expected to be completely invested in the human characters of this story asContinue reading “Rescue Me | Sarra Manning | Book Review”

Feminist City | Leslie Kern | Book Review

Feminist City by Leslie Kern is a well researched introduction of the concepts of feminism within the urban world. It is filled with varying ideas and concepts about how women have been and are currently still trying to survive in the world which has been created for them. There is a strong focus on howContinue reading “Feminist City | Leslie Kern | Book Review”

Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Wish I Could Read Again For The First Time

Top Ten Tuesday is held by Jana over at That Artsy Reader GirlToday’s topic is Books I Wish I Could Read Again for the First Time Here we go! Graceling ~ Kristin Cashore Freaks Like Us ~ Susan Vaught Illuminae ~ Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff Come Away with Me ~ Karma Brown The Book ThiefContinue reading “Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Wish I Could Read Again For The First Time”

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