Friday, February 22, 2019

On My Shelf: Unhooked by: Lisa Maxwell

On My Shelf is a feature I started here on the blog and I'm sure there are a ton of similar ones out there, but basically I just wanted to start spotlighting some of the MANY backlist titles I have accumulated on my shelf and kindle. The idea is to spotlight an older book I have on my massive TBR. I also thought it would be a fun way to discuss these books with my fellow bloggers, get some of your thoughts and figure out which ones I need to read ASAP and which ones can wait a bit more. And if you want to join in too, I would love to see what is on your shelf! Just leave me a link in the comments.


I love Peter Pan retellings and twists so of course I had to have this one and then like so many other books I never got around to it. I adore this cover though and it sounds so amazing.

So tell me. Have you read it? Did you love it? Hate it? Was it meh?


Thursday, February 21, 2019

Book Review: Warrior Of The Wild by: Tricia Levenseller

Release Date: February 26, 2019
from Feiwel & Friends
Goodreads | Amazon
Source: I received a complementary copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley and voluntarily provided a fair and honest review.
"How do you kill a god?

As her father's chosen heir, eighteen-year-old Rasmira has trained her whole life to become a warrior and lead her village. But when her coming-of-age trial is sabotaged and she fails the test, her father banishes her to the monster-filled wilderness with an impossible quest: to win back her honour, she must kill the oppressive god who claims tribute from the villages each year or die trying."

My Thoughts:

This was so good. I had a feeling I was going to enjoy this one, but I didn’t expect it to be as unputdownable as it was. This had such an engaging plot with great characters. Our heroine in particular is fantastic.  I enjoyed this authors Daughter Of The Pirate King series and I’m glad she delivered here too. She writes such incredible and dynamic heroines. 

Rasmira is fantastic and I loved her. She is so smart and so strong. She has trained her whole life to be a warrior and lead her village and it’s made her a bit of a target. When she is betrayed and cast out she doesn’t want to trust again and who can blame her. She is more than capable of taking care of herself, but when she meets up with some other outcasts she really starts to shine and proves that she was meant to lead. And this brings me to Soren who I just adored. He was such a sweetheart and I loved his wit. He’s just adorable to put it simply. But he’s also a warrior in his own right. And I also love Iric and these three made a good team. What I loved most about the dynamic though is that Rasmira is the leader. The boys were surviving but it's Rasmira who really pushes them and brings them to another level. She’s the strong one and the leader and neither of the boys balk at it, but they admire her and respect her for it. Strong women are not something to be feared and I loved that these guys acknowledged that. This author really writes a great heroine. I adored Alosa and I adored Rasmira just as much.

I also loved the Vikings vibe. I finally binged Vikings recently so this was perfect for my mood. I want to be clear, this book isn’t about actual Vikings but the world is definitely inspired by Viking lore and myths. It made for a really dynamic plot with a bunch of action, but it was also about finding yourself and who you want to be and the story balanced that really well. And then there was a touch of romance that I just LOVED SO MUCH. The story just balanced these aspects all so well.

Warrior Of The Wild delivered in every single way. Fantastic characters and a fantastic plot and STRONG WOMEN TAKING CHARGE FOR THE WIN. My feminist heart was so happy with this book and I can’t wait to see what this author does next. 

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Recent Reads: Queens and Deals

Recent Reads is feature here on the blog. The point is to feature books I've read recently in quick recap fashion with fun info-graphics. The info-graphics came from the Bookly app, which is a great app for bloggers. You can log quotes and thoughts and track your reading stats (and no I'm not paid for this, I just really like this app). Recently I dove into worlds of queens and deals.


Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Monday, February 18, 2019

Guest Review: Mike by: Andrew Norriss


Today my sister Samantha has dropped by to review MIKE by: Andrew Norriss.

Release Date: February 26, 2019
from David Fickling Books
Goodreads | Amazon
Source: Received a complementary copy of this book from the publisher and voluntarily provided a fair and honest review.
"MEET FLOYD. He's a tennis star. Possibly good enough to win Wimbledon one day. MEET MIKE. He's... different. Apart from anything else, Floyd seems to be the only one who can see him. But Mike must have appeared for a reason. And finding out why is perhaps the most important thing Floyd will ever do..."

Sam's Review:

Today I’m reviewing Mike by Andrew Norriss and I think the best way to start this review would be to talk about my first impressions based on the cover of the book and the description on the back. The summary on the back tells about how the main character Floyd starts seeing this boy named Mike, that nobody else can see. Floyd throughout the novel has to figure out why Mike is there, and what he wants. It is a tale of self discovery and learning to follow your own path. The cover is a teenage boy holding a fish. I’m not above admitting that before starting the book, I was positive that Mike was the fish Floyd was holding. Not my best guess, but what the book actually ended up being was so much better, I can’t really explain why without spoiling the story, so you’ll just have to read to find out.

The story is told from the third person point of view, which I really enjoyed. As much as I love first person stories and hearing everything from the perspective of the main character, there was something about the detachedness of the perspective that I liked. The reader didn’t have to go through every thought Floyd had, but instead we only saw what was most important, how he felt going through everything. In a way it made Floyd a character that was easier to see yourself in, because although not everyone has been through specifically what he has, we’ve all felt the way he has and we can recognize that through this method of storytelling. Or at least I was able to. Maybe I’m just rambling, because I always see myself in characters told in first person, but this was just something I personally haven’t seen too often that I really enjoyed.

I think the lesson I learned from this book is that in some sense or another we all have a Mike. Not in the sense that we all have an imaginary boy showing up at the most inconvenient yet important moments, but more in that we all have somebody that shows up when we need them and that we take those people with us through the lessons they teach us. Much like Floyd learns in the novel, it’s important we listen to them and find what makes us happy.

Now comes the part where I ask myself “would I recommend this to other readers?” No surprise here, I totally would. As I said, it’s an interesting story, with an amazing lead character and an even better lesson to be learned. Also added bonus if you’re an animal geek like me, they talk about fish, like, a lot. I actually learned some things about marine biology which I think is just overall super cool. Basically, if you’ve liked other books I’ve reviewed for Teresa, you’d probably really enjoy this one as well. It was right up my alley while also veering me into a new direction of books I never would’ve picked up otherwise.

Friday, February 15, 2019

On My Shelf: Parallel by: Claudia Lefeve

On My Shelf is a feature I started here on the blog and I'm sure there are a ton of similar ones out there, but basically I just wanted to start spotlighting some of the MANY backlist titles I have accumulated on my shelf and kindle. The idea is to spotlight an older book I have on my massive TBR. I also thought it would be a fun way to discuss these books with my fellow bloggers, get some of your thoughts and figure out which ones I need to read ASAP and which ones can wait a bit more. And if you want to join in too, I would love to see what is on your shelf! Just leave me a link in the comments.


I found this one on my kindle and I think I grabbed it as a freebie years ago! Honestly, I kinda forgot I had it but as I was scrolling through my kindle the cover caught my eye. It definitely sounds interesting, but I'm not sure the series was ever finished so that makes me nervous.

So tell me. Have you read it? Did you love it? Hate it? Was it meh?


Thursday, February 14, 2019

Mini Review: The Date Deal (The Date Dare #2) by: Tara Sue Me

Release Date: February 11, 2019
from After Six Publishing
Goodreads | Amazon
Source: I received a complementary copy of this book from the author and voluntarily provided a fair and honest review.
"Seven years ago, I went from being America’s Golden Son to That Idiot, faster than you can say, “Foul ball”.

At the time, I thought I was making the right decision and today, I know I did. But I’ll admit, being the punch line of every late night comic changed me.

The paparazzi no longer follow me and the media’s forgotten my name, but I still live my life around rules I put in place to ensure I never found myself in that place again.

The rules are restrictive and controlling. They dictate what I do and who I do it with.

They do not allow for a free spirit bound and determined to make it in Nashville. A woman actively chasing a life I turned my back on. And they certainly will not accept that woman to be the little sister of the man who just married my ex.

Unfortunately, that’s the only woman I want.


So I made a deal…

THE DATE DEAL

Tate "Tommy" Maddox and Carsen Taber will put 'Love Conquers All,' to the ultimate test."

My Thoughts:

This was such a cute read! I read The Date Dare last year and thoroughly enjoyed it, so I was really excited to see Tate’s story. He was so closed off and it was nice to see him open up. He is such a good guy and he really deserved to truly find happiness. And Carsen! I adored her. She was such a fun character and so strong. And together they had fantastic chemistry. I loved that Tate broke his rules for Carsen and I loved that Carsen got to see what she really wanted. You just root for these two right from the start. Even though their lives seem to be going in opposite directions, they just work. It was also great getting to see Elliot and Darcy again and see that they are so happy together. What I also really loved about this book was that it was really light on the angst. Tate and Carsen have some things to work out but it was never over the top and was the perfect book to get lost in for a few hours and read cover to cover. Overall, The Date Deal is a really quick and sweet read that’s just easy to devour.

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Recent Reads: Myths and Beasts

Recent Reads is feature here on the blog. The point is to feature books I've read recently in quick recap fashion with fun info-graphics. The info-graphics came from the Bookly app, which is a great app for bloggers. You can log quotes and thoughts and track your reading stats (and no I'm not paid for this, I just really like this app). Recently I dove into worlds of myths and beasts.



Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Cover Reveal: Things We Never Said by: Samantha Young


Things We Never Said
Hart's Boardwalk #3
by: Samantha Young
Cover Design: Hang Lee
Release Date: May 7, 2019 in eBook & paperback
This book can be read as a standalone.

"Local metalsmith and gift shop owner, Dahlia McGuire, likes her quiet life in Hartwell, Delaware. It's the perfect place to hide from her family and the tragic events that led to their estrangement. However, when her father, the person she loves most in the world, needs her Dahlia has no choice but to return to Boston to face her ghosts. One of those happens to be her ex-boyfriend's best friend, Michael Sullivan. The man she was never supposed to fall in love with.

Michael Sullivan has never forgotten Dahlia McGuire. Some might say he’s never gotten over her. For years he lived with the anger of her desertion, and now, newly-divorced, he’s finally ready to move on. That proves impossible when Dahlia returns to Boston and reawakens their explosive connection. Despite everything, Michael wants her back, but  Dahlia can’t seem to let go of the tangled emotions of the past. When she flees home to Hartwell, Michael follows, determined to do everything in his power to convince her they belong together.

However, when the unthinkable hits the quiet seaside town, Michael finds himself trying to unravel more than the mystery of Dahlia's broken heart. It's time for truths left unsaid to finally be spoken or Michael and Dahlia might find themselves torn apart forever…"


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Monday, February 11, 2019

Book Review: The Beast's Heart by: Leife Shallcross

Release Date: February 12, 2019
from Berkley
Goodreads | Amazon
Source: I received a complementary copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley and voluntarily provided a fair and honest review.
"A sumptuously magical, brand new take on a tale as old as time—read the Beast's side of the story at long last.

I am neither monster nor man—yet I am both.

I am the Beast.

The day I was cursed to this wretched existence was the day I was saved—although it did not feel so at the time.

My redemption sprung from contemptible roots; I am not proud of what I did the day her father happened upon my crumbling, isolated chateau. But if loneliness breeds desperation then I was desperate indeed, and I did what I felt I must. My shameful behaviour was unjustly rewarded.

My Isabeau. She opened my eyes, my mind and my heart; she taught me how to be human again.

And now I might lose her forever.

Lose yourself in this gorgeously rich and magical retelling of The Beauty and the Beast that finally lays bare the beast's heart."

My Thoughts:

Beauty and the Beast is pretty much my all-time favorite story. It’s been my favorite basically my whole life. I always jump on Beauty and the Beast retellings and I have to say this one delivered. 

With all the Beauty and the Beast retellings I’ve read, I don’t think I’ve ever read one that was told from the Beast’s point of view and I found that it was a refreshing perspective. It’s interesting to see how he has coped with his solitude and just how unhappy it made him. It’s also interesting to really see behind the mask and see his motivations. I did like though that in this case the Beast gave Isabeau much more choice than in other iterations and she really wasn’t much of a prisoner in this tale. I think that makes a whole world of difference. I mean, he’s not perfect, but he is much more desperation driven in his actions here.

This story definitely moves at a very slow pace, but it’s still enchanting and very much a fairy tale. But for readers who crave action, this is not the story for you. It’s a slow story that takes its time with the reader and really relies on the reader knowing the story to begin with. Because being in the Beast’s head you know he is cursed and so you lose that mystery of the Beauty discovering the curse. It’s much more about the characters and watching them grow together. I will say, with the slow pace and it not being all that short of a book, I think it could have done without some of the secondary storyline of Isabeau’s family. We spend a lot of time with the Beast dropping in on them in his magic mirror and I think in this case less of that would have helped move the story along a bit faster. But overall, I liked the slow and almost lyrical pace of the story.

All in all, The Beast’s Heart was a good retelling. This is definitely a read for those who love a good Beauty and the Beast retelling.

Friday, February 8, 2019

Book Review: Soul In Darkness by: Wendy Higgins

Release Date: February 12, 2019
Goodreads | Amazon
Source: I received a complementary copy of this book from the author and voluntarily provided a fair and honest review.
"People travel from afar to the small isle in the Aegean Sea hoping for a single glimpse of Princess Psyche. Their adoration for the mortal woman is so all-consuming that citizens begin to shower her with the very gifts and offerings they once left at the alter of Venus, goddess of love and beauty.

But gods are known for their jealousy.

Cupid, the god of love, takes pleasure in causing strife and mischief in the lives of humans. He uses love as a weapon, humoring in the weakness of people at the whims of their feelings. When his mother Venus approaches him about punishing the human girl who dares to steal her offerings and affections from the people, Cupid gladly accepts.

Psyche's punishment is to be given to a mysterious creature who only comes to her in the dark of night under the pact that she will never lay eyes on him. She is terrified of this stranger, who the oracle described as a serpent. Her mate, however, is masterful in his dealings with his bride. He takes his time, morphing her fears into different sensations completely.

Based on the Roman/Greek mythology of Cupid and Psyche by Lucius Apuleius, New York Times bestseller Wendy Higgins brings the tale to life, weaving layers that show exactly how a sacrificial lamb can be enchanted by an unseen monster.

Adult Historical Fantasy. Standalone."

My Thoughts:

I have always been a big fan of Greek/Roman mythology, so when I heard Wendy Higgins was writing her own twist on the Cupid and Psyche story I was so excited! Wendy Higgins always brings the swoon and I was dying to see what she did with this story and she delivered.

Going into this I knew the Cupid and Psyche story, so I kinda knew what was coming, but I loved seeing how Wendy gave it her own spin and really fleshed out the characters. Psyche and Cupid are both great characters and you want them to make it work. So much is stacked against them and nothing comes easy. Throw in that Cupid is a god and well it’s going to be harder. We all know the gods and we all know they have an arrogant streak and think they know best and that doesn't always work for Cupid, but Psyche was a match for him. And man the SWOON between these two. Wendy does adult very very well.

I also loved the way this was written. We get to switch between Psyche and Cupid’s POV, but we spend the beginning of the book with Psyche before switching to Cupid and then alternating between the two. I love how this built the mystery of Cupid and kept the reader in the dark while Psyche was in the dark, but at the same time allowed the reader to see how things came to be and see Cupid’s motivations. And I think it’s very important the reader come to understand his motivations because like I said before, he is a god, he doesn’t think like we do all the time.

All in all, Wendy Higgins delivered again. I love Greek/Roman mythology so much and she delivered a great romance with a myth that hasn’t been done over and over again. Such a good read for fantasy fans.


Thursday, February 7, 2019

On My Shelf: Stalking Jack The Ripper by: Kerri Maniscalco

On My Shelf is a feature I started here on the blog and I'm sure there are a ton of similar ones out there, but basically I just wanted to start spotlighting some of the MANY backlist titles I have accumulated on my shelf and kindle. The idea is to spotlight an older book I have on my massive TBR. I also thought it would be a fun way to discuss these books with my fellow bloggers, get some of your thoughts and figure out which ones I need to read ASAP and which ones can wait a bit more. And if you want to join in too, I would love to see what is on your shelf! Just leave me a link in the comments.


I've had this one since it released practically. It just sounds so perfect for me and I am in love with that cover! I actually have this entire series and I just really need to make the time to read it.

So tell me. Have you read it? Did you love it? Hate it? Was it meh?


Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Blog Tour: Moonlight Scandals (de Vincent #3) by: Jennifer L. Armentrout (Review, Excerpt, & Teaser)

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Moonlight Scandals: a de Vincent novel from New York Times bestselling author Jennifer L. Armentrout is available now!

9780062674579
It takes a fearless woman to love the most scandalous man alive in New York Times Bestselling Author Jennifer L. Armentrout’s breathtaking novelEven a ghost hunter like Rosie Herpin couldn’t have foreseen the fateful meeting between two mourners that has brought her so intimately close to the notorious and seductive Devlin de Vincent. Everyone in New Orleans knows he’s heir to a dark family curse that both frightens and enthralls. To the locals, Devlin is the devil. To Rosie, he’s a man who’s stoking her wildest fantasies. When a brutal attack on her friend is linked to the de Vincents, he becomes a mystery she may be risking her life to solve.
Devlin knows what he wants from this sexy and adventurous woman. But what does Rosie want from him? It’s a question that becomes more pressing—and more dangerous—when he suspects her of prying into the shadows of his past.
Now, the legends surrounding the de Vincents may not be myths at all. But if she’s to discover the truth, she must follow them straight into the arms of the man she can’t resist—the handsome devil himself
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My Thoughts:

Welp. This is definitely my favorite of the series. Holy wow was the book addictive. It’s not a small book, but I easily finished it in one sitting. I just could not put it down and man those twists and turns. The tone of this series has been so fantastic and I love the gothic feel to it.

Rosie is so great. I just love her and her spunk and her obsession with all things paranormal. She is unashamedly herself and I truly love her for that. And she doesn’t put up with Dev’s crap. She calls him on it and puts him in his place when he’s being a jerk, which he is quite often. But man their chemistry is off the charts and the banter is phenomenal.

As for Dev, well I haven’t known what to make of him and I haven’t particularly liked him, but by the end of this book he somehow became my favorite. There is a lot going on with Dev and I couldn’t even begin to guess all of it but he won me over. Only JLA could take a character like Dev and turn him into my favorite of the series.

This book has so many twists and turns and the questions I’ve had since Moonlight Sins finally got answers. I love how each book in the series can stand on its own, but that there are things that carry over from book to book. Honestly some of the twists blew my mind and I really did not see them all coming. I love being taken by surprise and having that mind blown moment. I love the creepy, slightly paranormal vibe this series has, with a side of mystery and suspense and of course ALL THE SWOON. JLA always kills it in the romance department and she killed it once again.

Moonlight Scandals gave me all the answers I was looking for and blew my mind in the process. Dev and Rosie had such a crazy story and I just adored those two. If you like books that deliver the swoon with a side of spine tingling creepiness, this is for you.
Source: I received a copy of this book and voluntarily provided a fair and honest review.

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Excerpt:

Rosie needed to get going. She’d promised to help her friend Nikki move today, so it was time to head back to her apartment, get changed, and be a good friend for the day. She leaned— A soft, swift curse jerked her head up. Normally, she didn’t hear a ton of cursing in a cemetery. Usually things were quite quiet. A faint grin tugged at her lips. Cursing and cemeteries typically did not go hand in hand. She scanned the narrow path to her right and didn’t see anything. Leaning back, she looked to her left and found the source. A man knelt on one knee with his back to her as he picked up flowers that had fallen into a puddle left by the recent rainstorm. Even from where she sat, she could see that whatever delicate bouquet he’d carried was ruined. Placing a hand over her eyes, she squinted in the sunlight as she watched the man rise. He was dressed as if he’d come straight from work. Dark trousers paired with a fitted white dress shirt. The sleeves were rolled up to the elbows, revealing tan forearms. It was late September and New Orleans was still circling the seventh level of hot, currently as humid as Satan’s balls in the afternoon, so she figured if she was close to dying in her black dress, he had to be minutes away from stripping off the shirt. Still standing with his back to her, he stared down at the ruined flowers. His shoulders were tense as he turned in the other direction. His pace was brisk as he took the flowers over to an old oak tree festooned with Spanish moss. There was a small trash can there, one of the very few in the entire cemetery. He tossed the flowers and then pivoted, quickly disappearing down one of the numerous lanes. Oh man, that sucked. Feeling for the guy, she sprang into action. Carefully, she pulled half of the stems free and then leaned forward, placing the remaining in the vase in front of her Herpin tomb. She picked up her keys and as she rose, she slid her purple- framed sunglasses on. Hurrying down the worn path with patchy grass, she turned down the lane she’d seen the guy go down. Luck was on her side, because she saw him near the pyramid tomb. He hung a right there, and feeling a wee bit like a stalker, she trailed behind him. Of course, she could yell out to him and just hand him the other half of the peonies, but shouting at a stranger in a cemetery just seemed wrong. Shouting in a cemetery at all felt like something her mother would side- eye her over. And no one side- eyed quite like her mother. The man made another turn and then stepped out of her line of sight. Holding on to the flowers, she walked passed a tomb with a large cross and then her steps slowed. She found him. He was standing before a massive mausoleum, one guarded by two beautifully erected weeping angels, and he was just standing there, as still as those angels, his arms stiff at his sides and his hands closed. She took a step for- ward as her gaze drifted to the name on the mausoleum. de Vincent. Her eyes widened and she blurted out, “Holy baby llama.” The man twisted at the waist, and Rosie was suddenly standing within mere feet of the Devil. . That was what the gossip magazines called him. That was what most of her family called him. Rosie liked to refer to him as in her wildest dreams.

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Moonlight Sins (de Vincent series, book 1)



jla- credit franggy yanez photography# 1 New York Times and # 1 International Bestselling author Jennifer lives in Charles Town, West Virginia. All the rumors you’ve heard about her state aren’t true. When she’s not hard at work writing. she spends her time reading, watching really bad zombie movies, pretending to write, hanging out with her husband and her Jack Russell Loki. In early 2015, Jennifer was diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa, a group of rare genetic disorders that involve a breakdown and death of cells in the retina, eventually resulting in loss of vision, among other complications. Due to this diagnosis, educating people on the varying degrees of blindness has become of passion of hers, right alongside writing, which she plans to do as long as she can. Her dreams of becoming an author started in algebra class, where she spent most of her time writing short stories….which explains her dismal grades in math. Jennifer writes young adult paranormal, science fiction, fantasy, and contemporary romance. She is published with Tor, HarperCollins Avon and William Morrow, Entangled Teen and Brazen, Disney/Hyperion and Harlequin Teen. Her Wicked Series has been optioned by PassionFlix. Jennifer has won numerous awards, including the 2013 Reviewers Choice Award for Wait for You, the 2015 Editor’s Pick for Fall With Me, and the 2014/2015 Moerser-Jugendbuch- Jury award for Obsidian. Her young adult romantic suspense novel DON’T LOOK BACK was a 2014 nominated Best in Young Adult Fiction by YALSA. Her adult romantic suspense novel TILL DEATH was a Amazon Editor’s Pick and iBook Book of the Month. Her young adult contemporary THE PROBLEM WITH FOREVER is a 2017 RITA Award Winner in Young Adult Fiction. She also writes Adult and New Adult contemporary and paranormal romance under the name J. Lynn. She is published by Entangled Brazen and HarperCollins. She is the owner of ApollyCon and The Origin Event, the successful annual events that features over hundred bestselling authors in Young Adult, New Adult, and Adult Fiction, panels, parties, and more. She is also the creator and sole financier of the annual Write Your Way To RT Book Convention, a contest that gives aspiring authors a chance to win a fully paid trip to RT Book Reviews.Connect with Jennifer L. ArmentroutFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/JenniferLArmentroutTwitter: https://twitter.com/JLArmentroutInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/jennifer_l_armentrout/GoodReads: http://bit.ly/1DiIjRaStay up to date with Jennifer by joining her mailing list today: https://bit.ly/2qBce5mhttps://jenniferlarmentrout.com


Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Recent Reads: Fae and Scandals and Heartbreak and Lies

Recent Reads is feature here on the blog. The point is to feature books I've read recently in quick recap fashion with fun info-graphics. The info-graphics came from the Bookly app, which is a great app for bloggers. You can log quotes and thoughts and track your reading stats (and no I'm not paid for this, I just really like this app). Recently I dove into worlds of fae, scandals, heartbreak, and lies.


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