ARC Review: Namesake by Adrienne Young

Synopsis: With the Marigold ship free of her father, Fable and its crew were set to start over. That freedom is short-lived when she becomes a pawn in a notorious thug’s scheme. In order to get to her intended destination she must help him to secure a partnership with Holland, a powerful gem trader whoContinue reading “ARC Review: Namesake by Adrienne Young”

ARC Review: The Dragon and the Queen by Kaitlyn Davis

Synopsis: A queen foretold to save the world… Free from Malek’s clutches, Lyana returns to the world above determined to keep the isles from falling. But in a land where magic is forbidden, convincing the avians to believe in her power takes the one thing she doesn’t have–time. With Xander’s help, she must unravel theContinue reading “ARC Review: The Dragon and the Queen by Kaitlyn Davis”

ARC Review: Behind Closed Doors by Catherine Alliott

Synopsis: From the outside, anyone would think that Lucy Palmer has it all: loving children, a dashing husband and a gorgeous home. But when her marriage to Michael comes to an abrupt and unexpected end, her life is turned upside down in a flash. As the truth of her marriage threatens to surface, Lucy seizesContinue reading “ARC Review: Behind Closed Doors by Catherine Alliott”

ARC Review: Talk Bookish to Me by Kate Bromley

Synopsis: Kara Sullivan is definitely not avoiding her deadline. After all, it’s the week of her best friend’s wedding and she’s the maid of honour, so she’s got lots of responsibilities. She’s a bestselling romance novelist with seven novels under her belt, so she’s a pro. Looming deadlines don’t scare her, and neither does writer’sContinue reading “ARC Review: Talk Bookish to Me by Kate Bromley”

ARC Review: Threadneedle by Cari Thomas

Synopsis: Anna’s Aunt has always warned her of the dangers of magic. Its twists. Its knots. Its deadly consequences. Now Anna counts down the days to the ceremony that will bind her magic forever. Until she meets Effie and Attis. They open her eyes to a London she never knew existed. A shop that sellsContinue reading “ARC Review: Threadneedle by Cari Thomas”

ARC Review: Scars of Cereba by Rachel Emma Shaw

Synopsis: Sometimes I loved her. Sometimes I hated her. Sometimes I was her and wanted to die. Falon’s mind is broken. Sarilla returned his memories to him, but in doing so, she fractured him into the man he was before she took them and the man he became after they were stolen. He’s fighting toContinue reading “ARC Review: Scars of Cereba by Rachel Emma Shaw”

Blog Tour Review: The Post Office Girls by Poppy Cooper

Today is my stop on the Post Office Girls blog tour. Thank you Kate Keehan from Hodder & Stoughton for inviting me on this tour. Synopsis: 1915. On Beth Healey’s eighteenth birthday, she hopes that she will be able to forget the ghastly war and celebrate. But that evening, her twin brother Ned announces thatContinue reading “Blog Tour Review: The Post Office Girls by Poppy Cooper”

ARC Review: The Car Share by Zoe Brisby

Synopsis: A ninety-year-old woman with Alzheimer’s and a heartbroken young man end up sharing a ride to Brussels that changes their lives forever. When Alex pulls up to meet “Max”, he expects everything but a ninety-year-old lady who has her heart set on getting to Brussels by carpool.  As for ‘Max’, who is actually called Maxine, she could notContinue reading “ARC Review: The Car Share by Zoe Brisby”

ARC Review: The Cottingley Cuckoo by A J Elwood

Synopsis: Captivated by books and stories, Rose dreams of a more fulfilled life, away from the confines of the Sunnyside Care Home where she works to support herself and her boyfriend. She hopes the situation will be short term. Charlotte Favell, an elderly resident, takes a strange, sinister interest in Rose, but offers an unexpectedContinue reading “ARC Review: The Cottingley Cuckoo by A J Elwood”

ARC Review: The Iron Raven by Julie Kagawa

Synopsis: Robin Goodfellow. Puck. Prankster, joker, raven, fool… King Oberon’s right-hand jester from A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The legends are many, but the truth will now be known as never before, as Puck finally tells his own story and faces a threat unlike any before. A threat that brings him face-to-face with a new enemy…himself.Continue reading “ARC Review: The Iron Raven by Julie Kagawa”

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