Dark Shores Review: Roman-inspired world and a boss pirate princess

I am a complete sucker for Greek and Roman-inspired books. I also am always looking for pirate books. So the fact that this book brings these two book-passions of mine to life is wonderful! Not only did it have a world I wanted to explore, but the characters were delightfully complex. Teriana is a boss pirate … Continue reading Dark Shores Review: Roman-inspired world and a boss pirate princess

Deadly Education Review: I was ready for the death, I just wasn’t ready for the humor

This book was hilarious and I didn’t think it would be nearly as funny as it was. I thought it was going to be all doom and gloom and I was totally prepared and excited for that.  It IS doom and gloom but it also has a lot of laughs. El is unlikable to others, … Continue reading Deadly Education Review: I was ready for the death, I just wasn’t ready for the humor

The Guinevere Deception Review: girls run the world

If you haven't read my review of Legendborn, I'm not a king Arther legend gall. I am pretty opposed to reading love triangles so I usually try to stay away. So this is a book I would tend to stay away from cause of the original lore, HOWEVER I WOULD HAVE MISSED OUT! This book … Continue reading The Guinevere Deception Review: girls run the world

Legendborn Review: knights, college, magic, and a lovely heroine

I've been anticipating this book for a while and have watched as booktubers I love have fangirled about it. I finally got my hands on my library's copy and devoured it. I haven't read a book like Legendborn since Percy Jackson and the Olympians. It also reminded me of Ninth House. It gives me PJ … Continue reading Legendborn Review: knights, college, magic, and a lovely heroine

October Wrap Up: the month of books blowing past my expectations

Overall this month was full of surprises as all these books were so amazing! I highly recommend all of them! Also I got to read some really good "spooky" or strange reads! Winterwood By Shea Ernshaw I thought this was a beautifully written witchy fairytale perfect for Halloween or winter. I highly recommend reading it … Continue reading October Wrap Up: the month of books blowing past my expectations

Sisters of Sword and Song: sisterhood, alternative ancient Greece, and magic

If I've said it once, I've said it maybe only once or twice before--but I love Greek mythology. I was already interested in this story of two sisters with different strengths, and then I heard it took place in alternative ancient Greece, and I HAD to read it. It did not disappoint. This book packs … Continue reading Sisters of Sword and Song: sisterhood, alternative ancient Greece, and magic

Winterwood Review: a dark poetic fairy tale

The writing of this book is beautiful. That's my biggest take away from reading this book. It's also the perfect modern fairytale book for this fall and winter. I didn't read The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw, but I've heard a lot about it in the booktube and book blog universe. So, I was really … Continue reading Winterwood Review: a dark poetic fairy tale

Lovely War Review: A Beautiful Story of Love, WWI & Greek Gods

I found this book after I realized that I needed to be looking for more Greek myth retellings and books with the Greek gods in them because I LOVE them. Friends, this is one of the sweetest romance novels I've ever read. Berry does such a magical job of capturing the sweet ache of being … Continue reading Lovely War Review: A Beautiful Story of Love, WWI & Greek Gods