Tag Archives: Inkyard Press

Review: Salt and Sugar by Rebecca Carvalho

There is something so charming about romance and food, don’t you think? Perhaps I was so drawn to Rebecca Carvalho’s Salt and Sugar. This YA novel has a bit of a twist in that it is both romance and a retelling of Romeo and Juliet – bakery style. Continue reading

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Review: Killing Time by Brenna Ehrlich

Killing Time is the first novel I’ve read by Brenna Ehrlich, but the title and description made me so curious that I knew I would have to give it a try. This novel blends many familiar genres, including mystery and thriller elements and some young adult themes. Continue reading

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Review: The Fae Keeper by H.E. Edgmon

I’m giving The Fae Keeper the key to my heart. It’s already stolen anyway, so why not make things official? But seriously, I adored The Fae Keeper, written by H.E. Edgmon. It’s the second novel in The Witch King series, wrapping up the story to a perfect conclusion. Continue reading

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Review: The Kindred by Alechia Dow

The Kindred is Alechia Dow’s latest novel, and I have been hearing SO much about it. I just knew that I had to give it a try. Okay, I’ll confess that the title also caught my attention. Continue reading

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Review: Luminous by Mara Rutherford

s anyone else super excited for another Mara Rutherford novel? I first fell in love with her writing in Crown of Coral and Pearl, and here we are with a new world! Luminous is a new young adult novel, one that portrays a different world full of magic. Continue reading

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Review: Breaking Time by Sasha Alsberg

In Sasha Alsberg’s novel, Breaking Time, romance meets historical fiction and time travel. If you love the idea of these elements coming together, you’ve got to check it out. Continue reading

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Review: A Forgery of Roses by Jessica S. Olsen

A Forgery of Roses came with my most OwlCrate box, and I was so excited to see it appear at the bottom of the box! I was hoping this would be their choice and thus held off on buying it. I love this edition, though I’ll admit that the original cover is also quite lovely. Still, red sprayed edges – yes, please! Continue reading

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Review: This Is Why We Lie by Gabriella Lepore

There’s a saying that those with glass houses shouldn’t throw stones. Well, what happens when everyone in a town has a secret? That’s the story that Gabriella Lapore captured in This Is Why We Lie. Continue reading

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Blog Tour & Review: You Can Go Your Own Way by Eric Smith

You Can Go Your Own Way is the latest novel to come from the mind of Eric Smith. It’s a young adult romance, with several other surprising elements woven into the mix. In other words, it is precisely the sort of reading I was looking for (you guys know I love genre-blending books). Continue reading

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Blog Tour & Review: The Keeper of Night by Kylie Lee Baker

Have you heard of The Keeper of Night by Kylie Lee Baker? From the moment I saw that cover, I knew it was a book I needed to Continue reading

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