ARC Kindle Review: Hearts Abroad #1

Title: Hearts Abroad Author: Skye McNeil Series: Book 1 Genre: Romance Publisher: Hot Tree Publishing Page Count: Type of Book: ARC, Kindle Ebook, Amazon Gifted Received: from the publisher/author Review Word Count: Rated: 4/5 stars Notes: @BewareoftheReader you might enjoy this one! I know how much you love a good romance story! Notes2: First timeContinue reading “ARC Kindle Review: Hearts Abroad #1”

Book Spotlight: Priest of Bones

  This book starts off heavy, with an attempted rape scene of two women, a regiment of soldiers left off of the war so that they have no one to kill, no pay coming in, and all of them are now trained and professional killers. It’s dark, and it’s grim, so with the book review,Continue reading “Book Spotlight: Priest of Bones”

Book Spotlight: Halls of Law

I have two books that I really need to write reviews on, so I’m writing a post on it and procrastinating! (The things that most bloggers/readers do so well!)     This series looks so interesting! With a main female lead named Kerida who works in the military, and has the lowest rank yet herContinue reading “Book Spotlight: Halls of Law”

ARC Review: Prisoner of Night and Fog

  Title: Prisoner of Night and Fog Author: Anne Blankman Series: Book One Genre: YA, Historical Page Count: 400 Publisher: Belzhar+Bray/Penguin Type of Book: Arc, Paperback Review Word Count: 500 Rated: 5/5 stars Notes: This was a fascinating book. It tells the story of Herr Hitler in a unique light, from the perspective of aContinue reading “ARC Review: Prisoner of Night and Fog”

Paperback Arc: The Legend of Zelkova

Title: The Legend of Zelkova Author: S. A. Valden Series: Book 1 Genre: Epic Fantasy, Adult Fiction Page Count: Publisher: Type of Book: Paperback, Arc Rated: 4/5 stars The Legend of Zelkova is about a young woman named Zelkova, a badass female who loves Carya, and is sent on a mission with a few othersContinue reading “Paperback Arc: The Legend of Zelkova”

Old Review, No Author (2016 Me Was An Idiot): Freedom’s Child Book Review

I thoroughly enjoyed Freedom’s Child. It was intense and beautifully written, filled with believable characters and a fascinating plot. I found that I enjoyed this a lot more than I had thought that I would, actually, and I will definitely check out more by this author! Additional Notes: Um…who’s the author? What year was itContinue reading “Old Review, No Author (2016 Me Was An Idiot): Freedom’s Child Book Review”

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