Carnival Row: Fantasy Sherlock Holmes

    I watched this show in two days! It was right up my media alley. I really love fantasy and there aren't tons of good fantasy shows out there. I can say that it's one of my favorite shows I've ever seen. I kid you not. The next season cannot come soon enough. Filo... Continue Reading →

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A Curse so Dark and Lonely

Harper is being a lookout for her brother when all of a sudden she's taken to a faraway land, and it's FAR away. There she encounters Prince Rhen and his curse. Harper shows Rhen what it means to be a good ruler, and they forge an unlikely friendship. Harper continues her pursuit to return home,... Continue Reading →

ARC Review: Realm of Knights

  A big thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for the ARC in exchange for an honest review! This book will be available for purchase starting Septemeber 10th! Holy cow friends. This book was absolutely stunning. It is so complex and wonderful and I am still buzzing after reading it. The kingdom of Marsden doesn't... Continue Reading →

A Love Note to Booklovers

  Elisabeth works at one of the Great Libraries where magical books known as grimoires. It's a dangerous job guarding grimoires that have been enchanted by sorcerers. Becoming an official Warden is everything Elisabeth has ever wanted. Until she is framed for a crime she did not commit. She must then enter into the world... Continue Reading →

The Best Audiobook Ever

Yes, folks, I am making that claim. I should clarify that I don't listen to a lot of audiobooks. I prefer to read books at my own pace. I'm also a terrible listener. I zone out for what feels like a hot second, and all of a sudden I've missed huge plots points and there's... Continue Reading →

ARC Review: Cupid’s Match

Special thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for the ARC in exchange for an honest review! Lila is “matched” to the one person she can never be with; Cupid. There are laws forbidding those who create mortal love matches. Lila’s match with Cupid is the catalyst to events that could lead to the end of... Continue Reading →

Siege & Storm

OOF. Sequels kill me. They are always filled with strife between couples, and there's usually another love interest added to the mix and you can't help but like him. I don't know what I would have done if I didn't know how these books lead to the events in the King of Scars. I'm thankful for... Continue Reading →

Shadow & Bone (about time Grace)

This review is LOOOONG overdue. (also some spoilers, so read at your discretion). I have already this book years ago. For one reason or another I didn't continue the series (I'm known to do this, and then I go back and love it. Guess I needed to mature to like this. Maybe I read it... Continue Reading →

King of Scars

Leigh Bardugo does it again. Oh. My. Gosh. Bardugo always blows me away with her characters, plot, and world-building. Also, she makes me CRY SO MUCH. She really gets me in my feels. Five Stars I love books that show the after of war and destruction. The rebuilding is also so important, and I love... Continue Reading →

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