Another day another wonderful book provided by Read Forever ! They just have the best stuff. And of-course, the PNR obsessed here thought this was FaBuLoUs ! Now I need to go and read the first book and every other PNR book Celia Kyle has ever written!
Empire Of Sand was a wonderful surprise. It reminded me of Renee Ahdieh and Rin Chupeco's writing styles. There is this almost poetic flow to it that I absolutely love. Tasha Suri's Empire of Sand managed to be richly descriptive while at the same time a fast paced story. I cannot recommend this enough to all YA Fantasy lovers out there!
Any fans of Nicola Rendell here? I really liked Shimmy Bang Sparkle so when I saw this on NetGalley I had to have it. Nicola Rendell has this ability to write absurd romance stories that you can't help but love. Or at least that is how I feel about them. While I read Do You Feel it Too? I rolled my eyes while at the same falling head over hills for the characters 💙 *Adult Content*
My Defender, Alanea Alder I have not been writing a review here on the blog for every single one of the Bewitched and Bewildered books, but I just have to for this one! My Defender, together with the very first book, My Commander , are my favorites in the series. I have never laughed so hard in my life with a book as I have with these two books. They are great romances, great PNR stories and also absolutely hilarious!
I have so many conflicting emotions right now... I loved the first book in the Liars, Inc. series, Dirty Exes . So much so that I want to reread it right now. And because of that I had high expectations for Dangerous Exes. Did I like it? I think I did... but not all of it... there were great moments but overall it wasn't all that.
Hello Sunnies :) I had the pleasure of joining Kim's 2018 ARCtober Reading Challenge this year. There were a few older ARCs I wanted to get through. In the picture are all the ARCs I did get through, an in addiction to that there were two books that I DFN after 50 or so pages- Kill the Farm Boy by Delilah Dawson humour/retelling) and Annex by Rich Larson (YA sci-fi). These two ARCs I got at BookCon this past June and they have been sitting on my shelf since. Sadly I really did not like them. I try my best to read my ARCs as I get them so I didn't have many lying around, but it was fun to get through the few that I did and of-course the new ones that were released in October. I will certainly be joining Kim again Next year if I happen to have ARCs around again. I also read an insane amount of romance this month, of the 16 ARCs I had set aside for ARCtober only 6 were YA. And sadly, only 1 I actually liked: Twice Dead. I still prefer Young Adult fantasy