Tag Archives: Book Love

Review: Storm and Fury (The Harbinger #1) by Jennifer L. Armentrout

It seems like Jennifer L. Armentrout has a never ending supply of ideas. Storm and Fury is the start of her newest series, The Harbinger. It fits well into the worlds that she has already created, so fans of her other series will love this one! Continue reading

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Review: Frost Burned (Mercy Thompson #7) by Patricia Briggs

Mercy Thompson is a fantastic series about werewolves, fae, walkers, witches, and so much more. Currently the series is eleven books strong, plus there’s a spin-off series. So if you’re looking for a world to dive into, this is one to check out. Continue reading

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Review: Unraveling by Karen Lord

Unraveling is described as a standalone novel by Karen Lord. It’s a novel where mystery and Caribbean lore meet in the middle. The end result is whimsical, dark, and thoroughly enchanting. The novel follows two immortals (Chance and Trickster) along with one forensic therapist and they attempt to unravel the truth behind a series of murders. Continue reading

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Review: The Fire Opal Mechanism (Gemworld #2) by Fran Wilde

The Fire Opal Mechanism is the second novel in the Gemworld series. I was a little conflicted about this novella. On the one hand – I desperately wanted to see more of this world. On the other hand, I wasn’t quite over the heartbreak caused by The Jewel and Her Lapidary (a brilliant novella, but one that hit me on an emotional level). Continue reading

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Review: The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek by Kim Michele Richardson

The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek is a brilliant and sometimes heartbreaking read. It probably had so much more impact due to the fact that it’s based on a true story, well, sort of. It’s inspired by real people, and a real career (the book women – librarians who would deliver books to locations too far and small for their own library). Continue reading

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Confessions of a Bookaholic: On Collecting Books

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Review: Finale (Caraval #3) by Stephanie Garber

Finale follows two sisters, Scarlett and Tella, as they each face their own set of adventures and dangers. Scarlett is trying to decide on who she should be with, while Tella isn’t done playing games with Legend. Unfortunately for both of them, there’s something much larger looming on the horizon. Continue reading

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Animated Cover Reveal: The Girl in Red

The Girl in Red is the latest novel by Christina Henry, and now there’s an animated cover to go along with the book! Continue reading

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Confessions of a Bookaholic: Stacks and Stacks of Books

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Review: Storm Cursed (Mercy Thompson #11) by Patricia Briggs

Storm Cursed is the newest novel in the Mercy Thompson series. That brings the series up to a grand total of eleven books, and counting (and that’s assuming you don’t count the Alpha and Omega series as part of it). And yet I can honestly tell you that I love this series, and hope I don’t see it end anytime soon. It’s still going strong, after all these years. And I feel like there’s more to Mercy’s story still. Continue reading

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