Category: Blog Tour

The First Holidays

The First Holidays Author: Cait Marie Genre: YA Contemporary, Romance Publication Date: December 23, 2020 CONTENT WARNING: mention of cancer Lila Weston is a pro at keeping secrets, but this time, she can’t wait to share with her friends and *ahem* boyfriend. She has been counting down the […]

The Last Summer

Huge thank you to Cait Marie and Skye Book Tours for allowing me to be a part of this book tour! The Last Summer Author: Cait Marie Genre: YA Contemporary, Romance Publication Date: June 17, 2020 For the first eleven years of their lives, neighbors Lila and Gavin […]

Disenchanted

I received a copy of Disenchanted by Brianna Sugalski as part of the Storytellers on Tour Blog Tour. TRIGGER WARNING: murder, attempted rape A Breton princess at the peak of the French Renaissance, Lilac lives prisoner in her parents’ castle after a wicked secret is revealed on the […]

The Lost Legends

The Lost Legends is the debut book from Cait Marie, and it exceeded the hype! TRIGGER WARNING: off-page death of a parent, murder, a plague A plague. A prophecy. A centuries-long curse. All her life, Princess Adalina heard tales of the legendary, immortal warriors known as the Nihryst. […]

Christmas At The Chateau

I received a copy of this book through Rachel’s Random Resources and the author. I’d like to thank them for inviting me to participate in this blog blitz, and allowing me to provide my review of this book. Those are grinchy stars, by the way. A Christmas she’ll […]

Christmas In Little Penhaven

I was invited to review Christmas in Little Penhaven by Angela Britnell as part of a blog tour through Rachel’s Random Resources, and I’d like to thank Rachel, Choc Lit publishers, and Angela for providing a copy of this wonderful book, as well as the opportunity to participate […]

Awa And The Dreamrealm

Awa and the Dreamrealm by Isa Pearl Ritchie is a middle grade book that I found surprisingly interesting. It was a quick read that held my attention and had me flipping pages to find out what happened next to Awa. I was invited to review this book as […]