“The Selection” by Kiera Cass

4/5 stars I’ve seen a lot of mixed opinions on this book, as well as the series in general. I don’t quite understand the hate that this book gets. Before I even read it, I had the basic understanding that this was meant to be a light-hearted YA romance series that resembles The Bachelor. IContinue reading ““The Selection” by Kiera Cass”

“Shadow of the Fox” by Julie Kagawa

4/5 stars First of all, Julie Kagawa is amazing! I’m still in the process of reading her Iron Fey series, but I came across Shadow of the Fox and had to read it. I’m used to her writing about fae, not yokai in feudal Japan but she did both wonderfully. This book combines so manyContinue reading ““Shadow of the Fox” by Julie Kagawa”

“Sorcery of Thorns” by Margaret Rogerson

4/5 stars This book had my name written all over it so of course I had to read it! A book about books and libraries and the girl who was raised in them… you might as well have written my name across the cover with a bright flashing sign screaming, “READ THIS!” And for theContinue reading ““Sorcery of Thorns” by Margaret Rogerson”

“Crave” by Tracy Wolff

Beautiful. Bloody. Broken. Brilliant. Bewitching. Those are just a few words to describe this book but I’m not sure if I’ll ever have enough. I took one look at the cover and I just knew I was going to love this book. And wow, it still blew my mind and exceeded all my expectations. IContinue reading ““Crave” by Tracy Wolff”

“Shielded” by KayLynn Flanders

4/5 stars I received this book as an ARC and I’m voluntarily leaving a review. Three words: short and sweet! I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book which somewhat caught me off guard. I had seen reviews of people saying that the pacing was too fast, but I would actually disagree. I think the pacing wasContinue reading ““Shielded” by KayLynn Flanders”

“The Prince and the Poisoner” by Helena Rookwood

5/5 stars I’m not sure where to even begin with this review. I’m voluntarily reviewing this book as I was given an ARC for it. I requested this ARC because of the beautiful cover and the fact it mentioned fae, a fantastically magical carnival, and the title hinted at a slight fairytale retelling aspect. IContinue reading ““The Prince and the Poisoner” by Helena Rookwood”

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