Netgalley Review + Novella: Chili Cauldron Curse

Hello friends, Chili Cauldron Curse by Lynn Cahoon is a delightful novella of witchiness, cozy murder mystery, and cooking all wrapped up in one. I don’t believe that I’ve read anything by this author before, but a short mystery from Kensington Publishers sounded like just the thing to read. The story takes place with a … Continue reading Netgalley Review + Novella: Chili Cauldron Curse

ARC Review: Murder Feels Crazy

Title: Murder Feels Crazy Author: Bill Alive Series: Book 3 Genre: Mystery, Paranormal Publisher: Page Count: Type of Book: ARC, Kindle Ebook Received: from the author Rated: 5/5 stars Notes: Cliffhangers suck. I spent about four hours reading through another exciting adventure of Pete and Mark the Empath solving crime and defeating evil and really … Continue reading ARC Review: Murder Feels Crazy

Kindle Ebook Review: Cursed: Broken

Title: Cursed: Broken Author: X Aratare Series: Book 1 Genre: Fantasy, Romance, M/M Page Count: 250 pages Publisher: Raythe  Reign Review Word Count: 400 Rated: 5/5 stars Notes: An LGBT, M/M Book Review Nick Fairfax didn’t want to spend a year at Bane’s home. But to save his family, he was willing to sacrifice a … Continue reading Kindle Ebook Review: Cursed: Broken

New Release Review: Devil’s and Thieves

Title: Devils and Thieves Author: Jennifer Rush Series: Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy Page Count: 335 Publisher: Little Brown and Company Release Year: 2017 Type of Book: Hardback, New Release, Library Loan Rated: 5/5 stars Romance, magic, biker gangs, missing people, and festivals play out in this epic young adult fantasy novel that had me hooked … Continue reading New Release Review: Devil’s and Thieves

Kindle Arc Review: Blood and Wolf

Title: Blood and Wolf Author: Eva Truesdale and S. M. Gaither Series: Book 1 Genre: Paranormal, Fantasy Page Count: 215 Publisher: Type of Book: Arc, Kindle Format Rated: 5/5 stars This book was a dark adventure, right up until the very cliff-hanger end. Elle was an excellent, relatable character that one could immediately like and … Continue reading Kindle Arc Review: Blood and Wolf