Review: Beautifully Unexpected by Lily Morton

Rating: 5🌈 With Lily Morton I find I have to look at her stories as I would a rare treat. Something I need to remind myself not to binge on, but rather a gift I give to myself a little bit at a time. Mostly when I know I need to laugh during unexpected moments,… Continue reading Review: Beautifully Unexpected by Lily Morton

Review: Breath (Scales ‘n’ Spells (#2) by A.J. Sherwood and Jocelynn Drake

Rating: 4 🌈 Breath is the second book in Sherwood and Drake’s fantasy series and it takes the series off to Finland, Poland..a tiny travelogue of countries really, in search of new mages and Dragon mates for the Burkhard Fire Clan. The path taken through Riga, then Wrocław is so descriptive and charming that you… Continue reading Review: Breath (Scales ‘n’ Spells (#2) by A.J. Sherwood and Jocelynn Drake

Review: A Sanctuary for Soulden (The Lords of Bucknall Club #4) by J.A. Rock and Lisa Henry

Rating: 4.5 🌈 In Rock and Henry’s marvelous Regency series, The Lords of Bucknall Club, the authors start with a premise that history zigged instead of zagged in 1783 when the Marriage Act Amendment was introduced in England to allow same sex marriages. Why? Because it wanted to encourage childless marriages between the many lesser… Continue reading Review: A Sanctuary for Soulden (The Lords of Bucknall Club #4) by J.A. Rock and Lisa Henry

Review: Origin (Scales ‘n’ Spells #1) by A.J. Sherwood and Jocelynn Drake

Rating: 4🌈 When I saw that two of my go to authors had co-writtten a series together, I needed to check it out. Especially a fantasy series. Origin, the first in A.J. Sherwood and Jocelynn Drake’s Scales ‘n’ Spells series is a terrific story. It overflows with dragons, magic, and romance. The world building is… Continue reading Review: Origin (Scales ‘n’ Spells #1) by A.J. Sherwood and Jocelynn Drake

Review: Right as Raine (Aster Valley #1) by Lucy Lennox

Rating: 4 🌈 I had started this series with the third book in the series and decided to backtrack to the beginning and I’m glad I did. I really enjoyed the first installment and my introduction to the location of Aster Valley . The relationship and romance between Mikey Vining, personal chef and son of… Continue reading Review: Right as Raine (Aster Valley #1) by Lucy Lennox

Review: Wake The Dead (Godstones Saga #3) by Jocelynn Drake

Rating: 5🌈 Well that was wonderfully unexpected! So many twists and wild turns in this installment to keep my brain in a whirl until the fourth book is released in January. So many I honestly did not see coming, and I’m a very suspicious person. Love when that happens. Wake the Dead is such a… Continue reading Review: Wake The Dead (Godstones Saga #3) by Jocelynn Drake

Review: Breathe of Life (Godstones Saga #2) by Jocelynn Drake

Rating: 5🌈 As I’ve said before, it’s always the second book in a series that cements the foundation and really establishes the pillars the author’s is resting their epic fantasy storylines upon. Breathe of Life, the second novel in the Godstones Saga by Jocelynn Drake does all that and more beautifully. It’s here the author… Continue reading Review: Breathe of Life (Godstones Saga #2) by Jocelynn Drake

Review: Ever After (Chester Falls #7) by Ana Ashley

Review: 3.75 🌈 How To Catch A Happily Ever After by Ana Ashley is the author’s Chester Falls series finale and ties up loose ends for all the series couples. While there’s one overall story, it really feels more like a series of connected anecdotes or narratives about every couple in the series. It brings… Continue reading Review: Ever After (Chester Falls #7) by Ana Ashley

Review: Steal The Wind (Godstone Saga #1) by Jocelynn Drake

Rating: 4.5 🌈 Again I’ve fallen into a new fantasy epic and new author with Steal The Wind (Godstone Saga #1) by Jocelyn Drake. I’m so happy with both new additions to my reading and author lists. We meet our important quartet of main characters immediately Prince Carlen of the Kingdom of Erya, with his… Continue reading Review: Steal The Wind (Godstone Saga #1) by Jocelynn Drake

Review: On A Midnight Clear by Lily Morton

Rating: 4.5 🌈 Gleaming, incredibly lifelike and often haunting sculptures seen in museums worldwide, from The Dying Gaul (my favorite) to Apollo to Rodin’ The Kiss, have the ability to mesmerize upon sight. Their creator’s ability to turn stone into something that goes past magnificent art into something haunting, beautiful, and timeless. And unforgettable These… Continue reading Review: On A Midnight Clear by Lily Morton