• PARANORMAL/FANTASY ROMANCE,  RELEASE DAY BLITZ,  YOUNG ADULT

    [RELEASE DAY BLITZ] the Darkest Captive by Gena Showalter (Lords of the Underworld novella)

    What a great day December 4th 2019 is. There’s a new Gena Showalter book releasing today!!!! Just awesome! Not just any book. It’s a novella for one of my all-time favorite paranormal series, the Lords of the Underworld. This series has become so special to me throughout the years. Reading the first book of Lords of the Underworlds series was my first time reading paranormal romance and that book is where my love for the genre began. I’ve been active in the past on my former blog when it comes to reviewing Gena books, as well as doing cover reveals and release day blitzes. There’s not a chance in hell…

  • YA FANTASY,  YOUNG ADULT

    [MINI REVIEWS] #3 and #4 of Ghosts of the Shadow Market by Cassandra Clare and others

    As I said in my prior written article in which I’ve written down 2 mini reviews on #1 and #2 in the series: I’m always a bit skittish about the novella’s in the shadowhunter chronicles to be honest. Since Clare co-writes them with several other authors it sometimes – especially in the beginning with the Bane Chronicle novella’s – was really palpable you know? that she was co-writing these stories instead of writing everything herself. I was ‘missing’ something more often than not when reading some of the early novella’s. And I mean, as I said already; Especially when reading the Magnus Bane chronicles this was really palpable to me.…

  • CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE,  MILITARY/LAW ENFORCEMENT ROMANCE

    [BOOK REVIEW] Fighting for what’s his by Laura Kaye (Warrior Fight Club #2)

    Some of you might know by now how insanely in love I am with Laura Kaye’s books so you can imaaaagine how I must’ve felt when I received my e-arc of this book on the Kindle before its release! Seriously; I feel so very honored to be a part of her review-team this year. That’s an experience I’ll always treasure. So thanks to Laura and Franci, I was able to read this e-arc, which I received in exchange for me leaving an honest review. first thoughts that sprang to mind after finishing this book; – UNPUTDOWNABLE – BEAUTIFUL – ENGAGING – FUNNY – ADDICTIVE – LAURA KAYE AT HER BEST,…

  • CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE,  MILITARY/LAW ENFORCEMENT ROMANCE

    [BOOK REVIEW] Fighting for Everything by Laura Kaye (Warrior Fight Club #1)

    Starting a new book by this author is always such a joyful feeling. Whether it’s a book in an already existing series or a first book in a new series like Fighting for Everything is. She has amazing writing skill and always knows how to ‘get to me’ on an emotional level not many authors know how to do to me and she always delivers such great reading experiences. So I definitely had some major expectations for this first book in a new series about army-vets and their story after they return from war and become a part of this Fighter Club. And let me tell you; Laura Kaye delivered…

  • YA FANTASY,  YOUNG ADULT

    [MINI REVIEWS] #1 and #2 of Ghosts of the Shadow Market by Cassandra Clare and others

    I’m always a bit skittish about the novella’s in the shadowhunter chronicles to be honest. Since Clare co-writes them with several other authors, it sometimes – especially in the beginning with the Bane Chronicle novella’s – was really palpable you know? that she was co-writing these stories instead of writing everything herself. I was ‘missing’ something more often than not when reading some of the early novella’s. And I mean, as I said already; Especially when reading the Magnus Bane chronicles this was really present to me. Some of those novella’s were a bit of a letdown, to be honest. When reading the Tales from Shadowhunter Academy I have to…

  • TOP TEN TUESDAY

    [TOP TEN TUESDAY] Thankful for…

    Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together. How it works: That Artsy Reader Girl assigns each Tuesday a topic and then I have to post my top ten(or 2, 5, 20, etc.) list that fits that topic. This week’s topic is THANKFUL FOR HAVING THESE SIGNED BOOKS! – Inspired by the Bookdutchesses TTT article I’ve been thinking a lot about what to do exactly with this week’s TTT article since it was a freebie;…

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