Thank you so much to Netgalley and Sourcebooks Casablanca for letting me read an eARC of Like Cats and Dogs early! As a dog person (I’m ridiculously allergic to cats- my throat starts closing up if I’m around them for too long), I was immediately drawn to the dog side of the cover, but the idea of a cat cafe has always been interesting and I love when kitten videos pop up on Instagram, so I was super excited about reading this one and while it wasn’t my favorite book, it was definitely ok!
Thank you so much to Tor Teen and Netgalley for letting me read an eARC of Gilded Serpent! I loved books one and two in this series (Dark Shores and Dark Skies) so I was the most excited about reading this one!
Thank you so much to Terminal Tours and HMH Teen for having me as a part of the Dustborn Tour! I loved the other Erin Bowman books that I read (Contagion and Immunity) and I own Vengeance Road and Retribution Rails, so they’re definitely on my list to read really soon (as soon as I get a break from all of the library books and ARC that I’ve committed to… I probably need to reduce my commitments some…). I love Erin Bowman’s writing style so I was sure I was going to like Dustborn and I definitely wasn’t disappointed! Dustborn came out on April 20, so make sure you go grab it now!
Thank you so much to NetGalley and Carina Taylor for letting me read an eARC of World’s Worst Boyfriend! This book wasn’t on my radar until I saw it on NetGalley and I’m so glad I requested it and got to read it!
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 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 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.
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.
Thank you so much to Wednesday Books and Netgalley for letting me read an e-ARC of Down Comes the Night! It came out on March 2nd (with a bunch of other amazing books), so make sure you go check it out ASAP!