Happy Tuesday y’all! Thank you so much to MIRA Books for having me as a part of this blog tour for Rescue You by Elysia Whisler (and to Netgalley for giving me access to the eARC). I love dogs so much and I hate to think about them being neglected in any way at all, so I definitely resonated with that aspect of this book, and the romance in the book was adorable. All in all, I really enjoyed it!
Thank you so much to Saga Press and NetGalley for letting me read Black Sun early! I managed to grab it when it was on Read Now and I wasn’t able to get to it until after it came out (it released on October 13, so if you haven’t grabbed it yet, make sure you do that!), but it was so good and I’m so glad I read it!
Thank you so much to Wednesday Books and NetGalley for letting me read A Golden Fury early! I was able to grab a copy of this one on that day in the summer when Wednesday Books had a bunch of it’s fall new releases out on read now and I’m super excited I did! I’ve always thought that alchemy was really interesting (it’s the chemistry nerd in me- I love that kind of stuff) so anything like that gets me going for sure and this book was no different! There wasn’t enough alchemy for me, honestly, but I’ll tell y’all all about that in a bit.
Thank you so much to Wednesday Books and NetGalley for letting me read Hush early! This was one of the books that Wednesday Books had available on that day during the summer when so many of their great fall releases were read now and I’m super glad I was able to grab it! Overall, Hush was a fun read that’s definitely really different from most of the other books I’ve read recently, but I had a hard time connecting with the story in places, which led to me losing the plot and storyline decently often.
Thank you so much to Inkyard Press for having me as a part of their blog tour for the Code for Love and Heartbreak! I’m running so behind on reading all of the books I really need to be reading, so even though this book came out on Tuesday (the 6th) and I was trying to have it read and reviewed by yesterday, I wasn’t able to get to it until today BUT I started it early this afternoon and I finished it so fast because it was such a fun/quick read!
Thank you so much to Sourcebooks Casablanca for fulfilling my wish on Netgalley to read Mistletoe and Mr. Right! I read book one in the Moose Springs, Alaska books (the Tourist Attraction) near the beginning of pandemic and it was super cute, and Mistletoe and Mr. Right definitely lived up to the precedent set by that one!
Happy pub day to In a Holidaze by Christina Lauren and thank you so much to Netgalley and Gallery Books for letting me read an e-ARC of this one! I freaking love Christina Lauren books- I think they’re a great contemporary romance writing duo and I also love holiday romances, so this was a match made in heaven for me. I absolutely loved In a Holidaze and devoured it in less than a day!
Thank you so much to Inkyard Press for asking me to be a part of the blog tour for Kingdom of Sea and Stone by Mara Rutherford! This is the sequel to Crown of Coral and Pearl, which I read last year and it was so good, so I was super excited to read this book, especially with the way Crown of Coral and Pearl ended and I definitely was not disappointed in Kingdom of Sea and Stone at all!
Thank you so much to Entangled Amara and Netgalley for letting me read an early copy of the Duplicate Bride! This book comes out today, so make sure you go check it out! I’ve always thought being an identical twin would be super cool- especially the whole switching places with said identical twin thing but the two sets of identical twins I know hated that and hated getting confused with each other, so they always did everything they could to be as different as possible, which was sometimes hard because they somehow always had very similar interests (one set was super athletic and played all the sports and the other set was super creative and they both sang and did musical theater). Anyway, overall, the Duplicate Bride was a cute, fun read that I enjoyed!
Thank you so much to Inkyard press for reaching out to me to read/review an e-ARC of The Glass Queen early! I read an ARC of The Evil Queen last year, and while there was so much potential in that book, I feel like execution was lacking. In this book, there was also so much potential and while it was executed better than The Evil Queen, there were still a lot of parts that gave me whiplash, but overall, I did think it was a fun read.