book review

Midnight Liaisons

Midnight Liaisons

If you know me, you know I LOVE my paranormal romances. There is always an added suspense of pack dynamics, can they control their shifts, and so much more. I adore shifters. I always have. One of my absolute favorite series over the last year has been the Midnight Liaisons series by Jessica Sims. Technically, it is a five-book series, but there are a number of novellas that are set in the same world. I have read all of them (novellas included). If Sims put the title Midnight Liaisons on something, I read it. Plain and simple. With that being said, I have my top three picks from her series. 

The Air He Breathes (Book Review)

The Air He Breathes (Book Review)

Tristan and Elizabeth have both lost people they loved. Tristan lost his wife and little boy, while Elizabeth's husband past away. They both have to come to terms with the loss of their loved ones and learn to move forward. The question becomes, can they move forward and be happy? Can these two lost souls find love with one another.

Book Review: No Filter by Orlagh Collins

Book Review: No Filter by Orlagh Collins

If you know me, you know I love romances. Plain and simple. First love stories especially. There is something about first love that just strikes a chord within me as the reader. No Filter is just that, my cup of tea – a first love, contemporary, coming of age story. This had all of my favorite YA literary elements in one. Needless to say, I read this in practically one sitting (with minor breaks to refresh my cup of tea).

Alice in Wonderland & The Mouse's Tail (Pun Intended)

Alice in Wonderland & The Mouse's Tail (Pun Intended)

I adore "Alice in Wonderland" and "Alice Through the Looking Glass." These are two of my favorite literary pieces (as you may have guessed by now). I wanted to do a post on two specific passages in the texts, "The Mouse's Tale" (sometimes known at "The Mouse's Tail") and "Jabberwocky."

Book Review: The Boyfriend League

Book Review: The Boyfriend League

The Boyfriend League” by Rachel Hawthorne is aptly named. Our main character, Dani, wants nothing more than a boyfriend for the summer. Not having ever been in a relationship, Dani imagines having a gorgeous baseball player boyfriend on her arm. Going into her senior year of high school, Dani thinks it is about time she and her best friend, Bird, seriously pursue relationships.