Tag: book review

Off the Map

Off the Map

Off the Map by Trish DollerBeck Sisters series book 3Out now from St. Martin’s Press I fell in love with the Beck Sisters from the moment I met Anna in Float Plan. Now we follow honorary Beck sister Carla as she traverses the beautiful Irish Read more

For Her Consideration

For Her Consideration

For Her Consideration by Amy SpaldingOut now from Kensington Books This is a sweet and thoughtful sapphic romance set against the backdrop of the Hollywood “biz.” What I liked:• Fat girl rep (yes, I use that word to destigmatize it)• Well-developed characters• An ex you Read more

A Brighter, Darker Art

A Brighter, Darker Art

BOOK TOUR STOP A Brighter, Darker Art by Halli Starling Available now on Kindle Unlimited! Once again I have to thank Pride Book Tours for introducing me to queer authors and stories I may not have otherwise found. A Brighter, Darker Art by Halli Starling Read more

Behind the Scenes

Behind the Scenes

Behind the Scenes by Karelia Stetz-Waters Publication date: 31 January 2023 from Forever Publishing Twenty twenty-one’s Satisfaction Guaranteed was my first exposure to Karelia Stetz-Waters’ work, and it was insta-love. It’s become a comfort read for me, and I’ve probably read it too many times. Read more

Begin Again

Begin Again

Begin Again by Emma LordOut now from Wednesday Books “Anything worth doing starts with a mess.” Emma Lord is pretty much becoming the queen of sweet YA/NA books. I first discovered her with Tweet Cute, which was lovely, and then last year’s When You Get Read more

Pandora

Pandora

Audiobook Review Pandora by Susan Stokes-Chapman Out now from Harper Audio This one took a little while to find its feet, but once the plot started to take shape, I was all in. Georgian London is the setting for this historical gem, and the best Read more

Locust Lane

Locust Lane

Locust Lane by Stephen Amidon Out now from Celadon Books I don’t read a lot of thrillers, but this one grabbed me from the first page. There is the mysterious death of a young woman, a crew of secretive teenagers and their parents who are Read more

Red Clay Suzie

Red Clay Suzie

Red Clay Suzie by Jeffrey Dale LoftonOut now from Post Hill Press “If you let fear make your decisions, you’ll never be what you are meant to be.” Grandaddy First of all, I would like to thank the folks at Pride Book Tours for not Read more

Take a Bow, Noah Mitchell

Take a Bow, Noah Mitchell

Take a Bow, Noah Mitchell by Tobias MaddenOut now from Page Street Kids Anything But Fine, Madden’s 2022 debut novel, immediately put him on my radar of authors I would be following closely. I was so enchanted by that book that I was ready to Read more


Verified by MonsterInsights