Category: *Review

Winterblaze by Kristen Callihan *Stephanie’s Review*

I picked up Winterblaze by Kristen Callihan because I have been trying to focus more on those unfinished series. I have a ton! I’ve really enjoyed the Darkest London series so I picked up Winterblaze to make more progress. Plus I had really been looking forward to Win and Poppy’s story. Unfortunately I picked up Winterblaze in the middle of my prolific life slump. This […]

The Rose and the Dagger by Renee Ahdieh *Alexa’s Review*

After loving The Wrath and the Dawn I wanted to see where the story went. This book starts off a little slow because everyone is in separate places because the secondary characters thought they were saving Shahrzad from the terrible King Khalid. I enjoyed how much Shahrzad was determined to get answers for the curse we learned about in the first novel and how much […]

It Ends with Us by Colleen Hoover *Alexa’s Review*

I tried to go into this novel completely blind because I knew this was going to be a really emotional Hoover book. I knew that because I went to a book signing and everyone was asking if this novel was personal to the author and talking around the subject content without coming out and saying what the graphic content of this novel was. So be […]

Timeless by Gail Carriger *Alexa’s Review*

This is the final installment in the Parasol Protectorate series and it had a lot of new twists and turns. I really enjoyed this series as a whole but I thought this final book was a little out of hand. I felt there was a bit of a rush to get everything wrapped up in a neat way. In this novel once again the main […]

The Last Mile by David Baldacci *Stephanie’s Review*

I have recently started reading more and more mysteries and thrillers. I had read Memory Man and jumped at the chance to review The Last Mile by David Baldacci. I can almost identify with Amos Decker. He has a rare condition that in its most basic explanation doesn’t let him forget anything. I have a pretty good memory and like Decker can’t forget things I’d […]