Review | Date Me, Bryson Keller by Kevin van Whye

Date Me, Bryson Keller by Kevin van WhyeStandaloneContemporary YA, LGBTQRandom House | May 19, 2020 About the Book: What If It’s Us meets To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before in this upbeat and heartfelt boy-meets-boy romance that feels like a modern twist on a ’90s rom-com! Everyone knows about the dare: Each week, Bryson […]

Top Ten Tuesday | Books I Loved, But didn’t Review

I review everything I read. Each book I pick up is content to me, so it only makes sense that I should write a review after a book, even if it’s only a few paragraphs. One, I get to share it somewhere online, and its also a form of thought storage. So, except for novella’s, […]

Review | Changes by Jim Butcher

Changes by Jim ButcherDresden Files #12Urban FantasyRoc | April 6, 2010 About the Book: Long ago, Susan Rodriguez was Harry Dresden’s lover-until she was attacked by his enemies, leaving her torn between her own humanity and the bloodlust of the vampiric Red Court. Susan then disappeared to South America, where she could fight both her savage […]

Review | Beard Necessities by Penny Reid

Beard Necessities by Penny ReidWinston Brothers #7Contemporary RomanceCipher-Naught | November 4, 2019 About the Book: No one deserves a happily-ever-after quite as much as the second oldest Winston brother and his lady love, Claire McClure (aka Scarlet St. Claire). Cruelty and circumstance tore them apart almost twenty years ago. Secrecy and bitterness kept them separated. But […]

Top Ten Tuesday | Books with Crayon Titles

Too fun! This was the best TTT, especially with this being a rough week for me. It felt like a relief to put this together, a post that doesn’t require too much thinking. My brain is tired. So here’s my list of books full of color… in the title. 🙂 1. Red, White, and Royal […]

Top Ten Tuesday | What I Feel Like I Should Read

I’ve always been proud of being an eclectic reader. No, I don’t read nonfiction. However, I’ve always read a wide variety of fictional genres. Lately, I can’t find interest in anything heavier than romantic comedy. This is true in both my reading choices and my television choices. But, that’s another topic. Here are the books […]