The Prince and The Dressmaker by Jen Wang: ARC Review!

The Prince and the Dressmaker is perfect for fans of the manga Princess Jellyfish and eccentric anime such as Ouran Highschool Host Club. It tells the story of a young prince Sebastian who loves to dress up as a woman known simply as Lady Cristallia. After seeing a young designer's talent, he hires her as … Continue reading The Prince and The Dressmaker by Jen Wang: ARC Review!

A Line in the Dark: Blog Tour + Review!

Marianne's Review: A  Line  in  the  Dark  is  not  your  typical  f/f  love  story  with  a  happy  ending.  In  fact,  itʼs not  a  love  story,  and  the  main  character  doesnʼt  have  a  romance  arc  at  all.  A  Line in  the  Dark  is  a  tale  of  best  friends,  and  what  you  find  yourself  doing  for  them … Continue reading A Line in the Dark: Blog Tour + Review!

BEASTS MADE OF NIGHT: Blog Tour + Review!

“Every time it feels like itʼll last forever. The sorrow that rakes my skin. The guilt that grips my mind. The cold that pierces my bones and freezes my marrow. I want to cry out, but my throat is full of sin, and the moment stretches out like a piece of rubber being pulled and … Continue reading BEASTS MADE OF NIGHT: Blog Tour + Review!

Sanctuary: Rebekah Weatherspoon Does It Again!

Marianne's Review: Sanctuary was just the book I needed to read to get out of a massive book slump. Liz as a protagonist is a dream come true: badass black attorney in a male-dominated company. Liz knows she has to hold her own and she does so spectacularly. I love how she has this “take … Continue reading Sanctuary: Rebekah Weatherspoon Does It Again!

Remember Me Always by Renee Collins: Blog Tour and Giveaway!

Review: Remember Me Always wasn't at all like I expected, in a good and bad way. I thought this was going to be solely a romantically epic story, almost like the soul mate ones. The premise held that promise of heartache and enough swoon to curl your toes while also dreading the chaos that losing … Continue reading Remember Me Always by Renee Collins: Blog Tour and Giveaway!

Review: The Masked City by Genevieve Cogman

In the sequel to the incredible The Invisible Library, we have our favorite Librarian spy on the hunt for the abduction of her apprentice, Kai, which could unfold a war between the reality loving Dragons and chaotic Fae. Armed with her wits and skills, Irene will have to travel between dimensions, face off formidable foes, … Continue reading Review: The Masked City by Genevieve Cogman

Acting on Impulse by Mia Sosa: Fun & Flirty Romantic Comedy

“I didn’t know her name, nationality, age, or occupation, but I know this: Someday I’m going to marry the woman sitting in 12D.” Marianne's Review: “I didn’t know her name, nationality, age, or occupation, but I know this: Someday I’m going to marry the woman sitting in 12D.”   So that’s how Acting on Impulse … Continue reading Acting on Impulse by Mia Sosa: Fun & Flirty Romantic Comedy

The Chaos of Longing by K.Y. Robinson: Raw, Potent and Enlightening.

I got to read the new and expanded version of this poetry collection so my opinion may be a bit biased. Even though I'm a huge fan of novels and long series, sometimes you just want to dive into your feelings and read something that won't work up your fictional motors. Poetry is cathartic for … Continue reading The Chaos of Longing by K.Y. Robinson: Raw, Potent and Enlightening.

Spinning by Tillie Walden: ARC Review!

This graphic novel was anything BUT what I expected it to be. I expected something lighthearted and full of fluff but it’s definitely no that. Spinning tells the story of a young girl named Tillie who has been figure skating since she was little. Her story is one filled with loneliness even when surrounded by … Continue reading Spinning by Tillie Walden: ARC Review!

The Girl with the Red Balloon by Katherine Locke Review: A New Favorite Series!

"All the facts in history books couldn’t prepare someone for standing in a place where history was present tense". It's going to be easier for me to just jot down what I loved about this book that try and elaborate an essay so here we go: This book definitely falls on the heavier, darker side … Continue reading The Girl with the Red Balloon by Katherine Locke Review: A New Favorite Series!