Author: Lulu StJames

Your Blood My Bones by Kelly Andrew

Your Blood My Bones by Kelly Andrew absolutely is one of those books that you buy a physical copy of just so you can highlight and annotate the heck out of. The prose is so beautiful and the emotions so raw, I absolutely recommend this for someone looking for YA

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Cosmic Kiss by Clio Evans

I’d seen Cosmic Kiss by Clio Evans floating around for a bit and finally decided to give it a read, just to see what the hype was about. Unfortunately, it didn’t take a hold of me as I hoped it would. Part of it might be the fact that I

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The Handyman Method by Nick Cutter and Andrew F Sullivan

I really enjoyed The Handyman Method by Nick Cutter and Andrew F Sullivan. Yes, the social commentary is heavy but so is the gore and horror imagery. I think everything meshes so well that eventually the knowledge that this is commentary fades to the background and all you can focus

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The Magicians by Lev Grossman

The Magicians by Lev Grossman is a book that grows with you. Reading it as the age of the characters, you feel their strife. Reading it as an older person with more experience, you feel the heartbreak that you know is unavoidable because there is nothing to be done to

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Jade City by Fonda Lee

I have danced around picking up Jade City by Fonda Lee since it was first released. I’ve heard the praise and it seemed interesting, but for whatever reason, I could not motivate myself to pick it up. I guess I was worried it would be some weird and boring fantasy

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Chosen by the Fae King by CA Worley / Book Blitz

In the fae Kingdom of Falcondale, Prince Nox ascends the throne under the ominous cloud of his father’s assassination. Beneath the veiled guise of enacting the bride trials, Nox, a brooding and often callous male, hopes to find much more than just a wife.⁣

In an attempt

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One Weekend in Venice by Christi Barth / Book Blitz

Cady Staunton and Jasper Holt have been best friends forever–and only friends, aside from one unexpected kiss in Vegas eight years ago. But everything changes during a destination wedding in Venice.⁣

Their rock band may or may not be breaking up. Jasper is definitely hiding a secret

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So Hectic by Eve Dangerfield / Book Blitz

A Super Spicy, Enemies to Lovers, Playboy, standalone romance from critically acclaimed author Eve Dangerfield. SO HECTIC is a full-length contemporary novel and is the third and final book in the Silver Daughters Ink Series.⁣⁣

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A Court of Silver Flames by Sarah J Maas

I put this off for years but finally grew curious enough to pick up A Court of Silver Flames by Sarah J Maas thinking surely it couldn’t be so bad. Well, as a fan of Nesta, it could be so bad. In fact, it could be worse.

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Pity Parade by Whitney Dineen / Book Blitz

Trina Rockwell here. You know, your favorite TV host from Midwestern Matchmaker?I have a I am without a doubt, the unluckiest dater in the history of the entire world. I’m not even embellishing. I’ve inadvertently dated a mobster, a dead-beat dad, and a guy who puts salt on watermelon. What’s

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The Closed Tunnel by Anthony Harold / Book Blitz

What do you think you might find underground?

Abandoned subways and old military bunkers? Of course!
The network of catacombs? Absolutely!
Stalactite caves and ancient mines? Sure thing!

The truth is that’s just the tip of the iceberg. There is much more to the story, but no one

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The Winchester Codex by Frances Spurrier / Book Blitz

Books can be dangerous. Fitz believes he is guardian of one of the most dangerous of all – The Winchester Codex was responsible for wiping out the entire draconic race, of which he is one of the last vestiges. Caught in a trap from the deep time of history, the

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Hard Rock Girls Series by LL Ash & Pax Sinclair / Book Blitz

RiotL. L. Ash, Pax Sinclair(Hard Rock Girls Series, #1)Publication date: May 12th 2024Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance “He saved me in that group home when everything I’d ever loved was stripped away. He saved me with his smile, his kindness, and his guitar.” Tayler I’m the leftovers that nobody wanted; a

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A Court of Frost and Starlight by Sarah J Maas

Despite reservations, I read “A Court of Frost and Starlight” by Sarah J Maas, hoping for a pleasant surprise. Instead, it worsened my disappointment. Nesta Archeron, once a favorite character, is poorly treated. The narrative lacks substance, feeling like a cash grab. Skip it, and go to ao3 instead for

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