Book Review: Chasing the Bride by Erica Ridley
My fourth Erica Ridley book! Tldr: I’ll most definitely be reading a fifth!
Book Review: The Highlander’s Enchantress by Violetta Rand
We’ve all got a soft spot for a red haired heroine after Misty. I just hope you know which Misty I’m talking about.
Audiobook Review: I, Antigone by Carlo Gebler
Frued didn’t mention that Oedipus tore his own eyes out.
Book Review: Defying the Earl by Erica Ridley
This is my third Erica Ridley book and the second in the series Lords in Love. With Defying the Earl, I should just admit I’m a fan!
Book Review: The Maiden by Kate Foster
There is nothing that I love more than a good feminist retelling! And I am so glad to have gotten my hands on Kate Foster’s upcoming debut novel that features the story of the White Lady of Corstorphine, a ghost who haunts the Corstorphine Castle.
Book Review: Mountains Made of Glass by Scarlett St. Claire
I haven’t read any Scarlett St. Clair, so the smut was a bit of a shock.
Book Tour: Queen Bee by Amalie Howard
It’s a super fun Count of Monte Christo retelling; honestly, we need more of those around! Amalie Howard is a good writer, and the book is fast-paced, with fun petty stuff being done to Poppy and enough drama at the end.
Book Review: Girl, Goddess, Queen by Bea Fitzgerald
A super fun read! Perfect for Greek myth lovers who want to see those myths referenced!
Book Tour: Midnight Strikes by Zeba Shahnaz
Thank you TBR and Beyond Tours for the chance to read and review Midnight Strikes by Zeba Shahnaz! I’m so happy to be on this book tour for a fantastic female Pakistani-American writer! Midnight Strikes is Zeba Shahnaz’s debut novel! This 443 page long book was released on the 14th of March and was published by Delacorte…
NetGalley Book Review: What Happens in the Ballroom by Sabrina Jeffries
This book has a lot going for it, including plenty of steamy scenes and fascinating characters still recovering from toxic situations. Some of the book’s villains are still around, causing the main characters to be on edge, which leads to miscommunication. The book emphasizes the importance of honesty, even when it seems like it won’t…