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 […]

Moonglow by Kristen Callihan *Alexa’s Review*

After all out loving the first book in this series I had high hopes for the sequel. I wanted something that had the mix of steampunk, magic, paranormal creatures, and a great romance plot. My biggest complaint about this book was the beginning of the novel. The first 100 pages of this book are very boring and it feels like there is zero connection with […]

Ember by Kristen Callihan *Stephanie’s Mini-Review*

Ember by Kristen Callihan is a prequel to Firelight. It focuses mostly on Miranda’s back story which is nice because Firelight was really Lord Archer’s back story. In Ember we get a lot more detail about Martin, Miranda’s would have been husband and how that relationship was forged. There was also more, unfortunately, to learn about Miranda’s father. Callihan also shows us what Archer was […]

Firelight by Kristen Callihan *Stephanie’s Review*

Last summer I read my first Kristen Callihan novel, Evernight, out of series order, and I loved it. It took me almost a full year but I finally went back to the beginning and read Firelight by Kristen Callihan. Alexa and I decided to buddy read this book. I’m so glad that we did. A fairy tale retelling can be a risky thing but Callihan […]

Firelight by Kristen Callihan *Alexa’s Review*

I felt that this book came around at the right time for me because I really wanted to read something more adult. I really love the way this book started with our dark Lord Archer looking after a young girl and being intrigued by her at the time but knowing he needed to wait for the right time. I really liked that Miranda wasn’t just […]