Category: *Review

October 2020 Nostalgia Review Round Up {Stephanie’s Review}

The title of “Maid Mary Anne” confused me a bit. Mary Anne is struggling with the fact that she thinks she’s self-centered. She gets wrapped up in taking care of one older woman and starts letting other things slide. One time she cleaned the kitchen but the remainder of the time she basically just did a bunch of fetching and talking. The older woman was […]

Hounded by Kevin Hearne {Stephanie’s Review}

Hounded by Kevin Hearne was picked as September’s COYER book club pick. Yet again we picked a book that has been on my TBR Pile for awhile. I love it when that happens. I really liked Hounded. I don’t know why but I really wasn’t expecting to. I appreciated the Celtic lore and the battle between the Celtic gods. I thought the magic in Hounded […]

The Last Move by Mary Burton {Stephanie’s Review}

The Last Move by Mary Burton was an August COYER book club pick. I decided to read it because I really like to participate in the book club discussions. Plus it’s a romantic suspense and those are right up my alley. I really liked The Last Move! I’ve never read Burton before but it won’t be the last time I read her. The villain is […]

Pleasure Unbound by Larissa Ione {Stephanie’s Review}

Pleasure Unbound by Larissa Ione was picked for our August COYER book club and I was leading the discussion. I also never completed the series and I’d like to. It was an easy choice to pick up this book. The plot of Pleasure Unbound never stops. There is always something happening. It has also been a long time since I’ve read a proper romance and […]

Mother Knows Best by Serena Valentino {Stephanie’s Review}

I’m in a cross stitch Facebook group and Mother Knows Best by Serena Valentino was the group read for August. I’ve also read The Beast Within and thought it was an interesting perspective. I honestly didn’t love the plot of Mother Knows Best. I’ve never seen the movie Tangled so I didn’t really know what to expect. Perhaps not having seen Tangled before reading set […]