Monthly Archives: June 2021

Review: Ace of Spades by Faridah Abike-Iyimide

Ace of Spades is the debut novel of Faridah Abike-Iyimide, and holy cow! This novel is amazing! I never in a million years would have guessed that this was a debut, if you had simply handed it to me and provided no context. Faridah Abike-Iyimide’s voice is so strong and so powerful already, and I can’twait to see what she writes next. Continue reading

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Review: The Last Thing He Told Me by Laura Dave

The Last Thing He Told Me is Laura Dave’s latest thriller, one that combines family drama with a mystery of epic proportions. This was one of my BOTM picks for May, and I am so excited to have enjoyed it as much as I did! Continue reading

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Review: Violet Dawn by Kristy Nicolle

Violet Dawn is the second novel in Kristy Nicolle’s The Aetherial Embrace Trilogy, which as the full title promises, is a fantasy romance (like no other). Kristy Nicolle is an amazing indie author, so if you haven’t read anything by her, I strongly recommend you go check out her backlog! Continue reading

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Review: Indigo Dusk by Kristy Nicolle

Indigo Dusk is the first novel in The Aetherial Embrace Trilogy, the latest series to come from Kristy Nicolle (an amazing indie author, so you should go check out the rest of her works!). Continue reading

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Blog Tour & Review: Pug Actually by Matt Dunn

A book with a dog pun in the title? Sign me up, please! Written by Matt Dunn, Pug Actually is a little bit of everything: romance, humor, chick lit, and some good old-fashioned adorable pug-induced chaos. Oh! Did I mention that the novel is from the perspective of the pug, Doug? Yeah, that’s a thing! Continue reading

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Blog Tour & Review: The House Guests by Emilie Richards

Mystery and women’s fiction meet in the middle for Emilie Richards’ latest novel, The House Guests. Continue reading

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Review: Payback by Kristen Simmons

Payback is the third and final novel in Kristen Simmon’s Vale Hall Trilogy. If you love following the actions of young con artists, then this series is perfect for you. Continue reading

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Review: Architects of Memory by Karen Osborne

Architects of Memory is the latest novel by Karen Osborne, and it is a beautiful and intense science fiction adventure. Continue reading

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Review: A Crown of Dawn by Brindi Quinn

A Crown of Dawn is the fourth and final novel in Brindi Quinn’s A Crown of Echoes series. I know earlier that I said I couldn’t wait to sit down and see what happened next…but part of me is very much not ready to see the ending. Not ready to let go. Continue reading

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Review: Half-Off Ragnarok by Seanan McGuire

Half-Off Ragnarok is the third novel in Seanan McGuire’s InCryptid series, a series that I’ve fallen in love with over the course of just a few days. Yes, that does mean that I only recently got into this series, and that thought fills me with regret. The InCryptid series have made their way to the top of my favorites list, and I’m only three books in! Continue reading

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