Thank you so much to Turn the Page Tours for having me as a part of their tour for The Sky Above Us (and thank you to Philomel Books for sponsoring the tour and providing me with a free finished copy to review for this tour)! The Sky Above Us came out this past Tuesday, April 13, 2021 so make sure you go grab it now! Also, for US residents only, we have a great giveaway running until April 19th for a finished copy of the book, so make sure you go enter that- plus there’ll be two winners, so twice the chances you’ll get a book!
Thank you so much to Tor Teen and NetGalley for letting me read an eARC of Southern Sun, Northern Star! This is the third book in the Glass Alliance trilogy and this one was by far my favorite of the three books! *Note, this is the third book in a trilogy, so don’t read on if you haven’t read books one and two yet, because you will be spoiled for them*
Thank you so much to Entangled Amara and Netgalley for letting me read Like a Boss early! I loved the other book I read by Anne Harper, so I was really excited about reading Like a Boss and I definitely wasn’t disappointed!
Thank you so much to Atria and Netgalley for letting me read an eARC of To Love and to Loathe! I had won a copy of To Have and to Hoax in a Goodreads giveaway earlier this year, so I was really excited to read this one after I finished that one!
Thank you so much to Sourcebooks Casablanca and Netgalley for letting me read an eARC of Winner Takes All! I thought the premise of this book was super interesting, because people are always thinking about what they would do if they win the lottery and the benefits of it, but no one ever thinks about any of the consequences and I really liked that aspect of this book (along with the romance, of course).
Thank you so much to Simon Teen and Netgalley for letting me read an eARC of The Infinity Courts! Everything from the cover to the summary of this book looked incredible, so I was the most excited to read it and OMG I was not disappointed at all!
Thank you so much to Entangled Teen and Netgalley for providing me with the eARC for Havoc (and for providing me with an e-review copy of book one in the series, Haven, as well). I have no idea how I missed out on Haven when it came out in 2017, because I feel like I was all over all of the YA new releases then, but I somehow did- but I read it over the weekend and it was such an interesting/different take on shifters and witches and I liked it more than I thought I would. It was a little slow at the beginning and I had a slightly hard time getting into it at first, but once I did, I really liked Rain and Freddie and everyone and the storyline was great. Here’s the link to the Goodreads entry for Haven so you can check that one out if you haven’t read it yet (plus, if you’re at all interested in Haven/Havoc, you should for sure read Haven before you read my review for Havoc). Now, onto my thoughts for book 2, Havoc.
Happy end of March/beginning of April y’all! Can you believe that we’re a quarter into this year already? Crazy! I’m super excited about how March turned out because I was able to get my first dose of the Moderna vaccine, I tried a new chocolate chip cookie recipe, which turned out really good, I finally finished knitting my brother’s Christmas present (only a few months late… it’s a scarf and it’s the most complicated pattern I’ve ever knit and it turned out so good!) and I ate all the good food! Books wise, while I didn’t exactly follow my TBR, I was a lot more relaxed this month and that was so nice! I didn’t feel stressed about finishing any books, which was so nice!
Ahhh y’all I finished the audiobook for Namesake and I have allllll the thoughts! I absolutely loved Fable last year (thank you Wednesday Books for letting me read an ARC of it!), so I tried to get an ARC of Namesake this year, and when I couldn’t, I grabbed the audiobook via scribd as soon as it came out and OMG it was so good!
Namesake 5/5 Stars
Here’s the summary of Namesake from Goodreads for you (and then we’re going to talk alllll about this book, so stop reading my review and go read Namesake instead if you don’t want any spoilers):
Thank you so much to Sourcebooks Casablanca and Netgalley for letting me read Warm Nights in Magnolia Bay early! I think this was one of those books that I requested without really reading the summary and while it wasn’t amazing, amazing, it was a solid romance read that had good characters and a pretty interesting premise with enough world building and introduction of characters for next books for it to be a decent series starter.