Hi all! It's so close to the end of the year -- and I'm going to ignore how much that scares me, let's move on -- and there are still so many books that I want to read before the year ends! This list is long and I wonder how probably it is. Regardless, I'm … Continue reading My End of Year TBR: Books I Need to Read Before 2020
All Robbie Fontaine ever wanted was a place to belong. After the death of his mother, he bounces around from pack to pack, forming temporary bonds to keep from turning feral. It’s enough—until he receives a summons from the wolf stronghold in Caswell, Maine. Life as the trusted second to Michelle Hughes—the Alpha of all—and … Continue reading Review: Heartsong by TJ Klune
Hi all! It's officially Spooky Season! Its autumn in America but right now in Australia it's spring, but I'm not going to a let a little thing like that prevent me from celebrating this spooky time of the year, complete with falling orange leaves, pumpkins, and bats. Gosh, I love this season! And seeing as … Continue reading How to Celebrate Spooky Season as an Aussie: Books, Movies, Music & Fun Things To Do!
Once upon a time a boy from a noble family fell in love with a girl from the gutter. It went as badly as you’d expect. Seventeen years later, Susan Lazarus is a renowned detective, and Templeton Lane is a jewel thief. She’s tried to arrest him, and she’s tried to shoot him. They’ve never … Continue reading Review: Gilded Cage (Lilywhite Boys #2) by KJ Charles
WAIT, STOP! DON'T YELL AT ME JUST YET! I promise this post doesn't mean I'm suggesting you have to throw out all the books in your house, I just love a click-bait title. This post is something I've been thinking about for a while, probably since Marie Kondo's TV show on Netflix, Tidying Up, where she … Continue reading Discussion: Why You Should Get Rid Of Your Books
Snow, steam, and a second chance. Reluctant socialite Kai has thirty-five days before his family starts shooting the next season of their reality TV show, revealing a life he’d rather keep private—and one that feels increasingly scripted. Desperately needing a break, Kai escapes to his childhood best friend Hiro Asada’s inn in rural Japan. He … Continue reading Review: The Winter Quarters by Anna Veriani
Galaxy “Alex” Stern is the most unlikely member of Yale’s freshman class. Raised in the Los Angeles hinterlands by a hippie mom, Alex dropped out of school early and into a world of shady drug dealer boyfriends, dead-end jobs, and much, much worse. By age twenty, in fact, she is the sole survivor of a … Continue reading Review: Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo