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”

If This Gets Out | Sophie Gonzales and Cale Dietrich | Book Review

If This Gets Out brought back so many memories of jamming out to my 90s boy bands. That was such a time of innocence for me. It was also a time that I likely really didn’t fully understand what was going on within the bands or within the world. Honestly I think this nativity madeContinue reading “If This Gets Out | Sophie Gonzales and Cale Dietrich | Book Review”

The Mistletoe Countess | Pepper D. Basham | Book Review

The Mistletoe Countess is a slow burn read. When I was first reading it, it was taking a bit to get into it. So I set it aide for a bit and when I picked it back up, it was easier to get into and I found myself enjoying the slow burn. It was aContinue reading “The Mistletoe Countess | Pepper D. Basham | Book Review”

Celebration At Christmas Cove | Carrie Jansen | Book Review

Celeste is a travel blogger and she has agreed to take an assignment in New Orleans for Christmas. It is her first Christmas without her mother and she’s not really in a mood for celebrating. So she 5wkes the assignment and plans on hiding from her memories. On paper it looks like the perfect planContinue reading “Celebration At Christmas Cove | Carrie Jansen | Book Review”

Kissing Under Mistletoe | Anthology Review

Kissing Under The Mistletoe is an anthology of three novellas set during the month of December. Each story involves a female character who has been hurt before and feels that their chance for love has passed. The stories are sweet and each female character does find their happily every after. It was easy to getContinue reading “Kissing Under Mistletoe | Anthology Review”

A Chrismas Legacy | Anne Perry | Book Review

A Christmas Legacy is the ninetieth book in Anna Perry’s Christmas Stories series. I have read a couple of them before so when I saw the new one available on Netgalley, I jumped on the opportunity to request it. I was intrigued by the premise and the promise of an endearing Christmas mystery. And itContinue reading “A Chrismas Legacy | Anne Perry | Book Review”

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