Book Review: The Wolf Queen by Tabitha Caplinger

I’m just coming out of a reading slump, and The Wolf Queen by Tabitha Caplinger was just what my soul needed. This is probably now my favorite book I’ve read so far this year – and it is definitely in my top favorite books of all time. It’s an easy 5 stars from me! TheContinue reading “Book Review: The Wolf Queen by Tabitha Caplinger”

Book Review: Sapphire Lake by Samantha Shaw

I recently won a copy of Sapphire Lake by Samantha Shaw in an Instagram giveaway. I greatly enjoyed Shaw’s short horror story “Gethen Manor” this time last year, so I was excited to read this -especially for spooky season! What if you knew what it was like to die? Since the death of her grandfather,Continue reading “Book Review: Sapphire Lake by Samantha Shaw”

Book Review: Into the Unknown

Thank you to Daphne Self for providing me a copy of the science fiction anthology Into the Unknown, published by Ambassador International, in exchange for an honest review! This science fiction anthology contains 7 stories of faith and bravery including the following: Astro Missionary by Daniel PeytonRookie by Eric LandfriedHaven by Lauren SmythThe Fate ofContinue reading “Book Review: Into the Unknown”

Book Review: Romanov by Nadine Brandes

I had heard so many good things about Romanov by Nadine Brandes on Bookstagram – I was a bit hesitant to start because the last Bookstagram recommendation greatly disappointed me (The Cruel Prince by Holly Black), but Romanov truly lived up to the hype! Romanov is a historical fantasy based on the real-life Romanov familyContinue reading “Book Review: Romanov by Nadine Brandes”

Book Review: First Shift by AJ Skelly

If you are looking for your new favorite love story, then look no further than the Wolves of Rock Falls series – First Shift by AJ Skelly is a wonderfully delightful love story full of delicious homemade goodies, werewolves, and – my all time favorite romance trope – fake dating. Sam Wolfe has been inContinue reading “Book Review: First Shift by AJ Skelly”

Book Review: Alex & Eliza by Melissa de la Cruz

An American princess. A man who has no name, no fortune. When they first meet it is under unfavorable circumstances, but years later when their paths cross once again, will it be a match made in Heaven, or will the dislike of one party grow even greater? Of course we know that Alexander Hamilton marriedContinue reading “Book Review: Alex & Eliza by Melissa de la Cruz”

Book Review: Legend of the Rainbow Eater by Kristiana Sfirlea

Have you had a chance to read Legend of the Storm Sneezer yet? Well, you need to finish that wonderful book so you can continue the adventures of Rose and Marek in The Stormwatch Diaries in book number 2 Legend of the Rainbow Eater!!!! Wow – four exclamation points? I must be really excited! AndContinue reading “Book Review: Legend of the Rainbow Eater by Kristiana Sfirlea”

Book Review: Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalo

So far this year, my reviews have centered around fantasy and Biblical fiction. This week, I am changing things up by sharing a review of the The #1 New York Times Bestseller YA Mystery Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalo. I was excited to read this because of all the hype it received, but,Continue reading “Book Review: Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalo”

Book Review: Legend of the Storm Sneezer by Kristiana Sfirlea

I recently finished Legend of the Storm Sneezer, book one of The Stormwatch Diaries by Kristiana Sfirlea and there is a reason this is an award winning book! Published by Monster Ivy (I have now determined I must read their entire catalog),this middle grade fantasy was easily a 5-star read from me. I firmly believeContinue reading “Book Review: Legend of the Storm Sneezer by Kristiana Sfirlea”

Book Review: Keen by Laura L. Zimmerman

“…My destiny is what I make it.” – Keen, Laura L. Zimmerman If you are looking for a captivating YA contemporary fantasy, then look no further than the Banshee Song Series by Laura L. Zimmerman (published by L2L2 Publishing)! Book 1, Keen, follows Caoine (pronounced like sugar cane) in her last year of high school.Continue reading “Book Review: Keen by Laura L. Zimmerman”