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A Not So Bollywood Meet Cute by Miya Malai

With such a cute title and cover, I could not wait to dive into A Not So Bollywood Meet Cute by Miya Malai. The concept was super cute, and it was a breezy read on its own, however I think it could’ve been so much better if it was more

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Evie and the Upside-Down World of Nevermore by Birgitte Märgen

When I was approached to review Evie and the Upside-Down World of Nevermore by Birgitte Märgen, I was hesitantly interested. The synopsis had me expecting something akin to Alice’s Adventure’s in Wonderland with a Southern Gothic twist. And to its credit, that isn’t necessarily wrong. It simply fails to live

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Murder at Midnight by John Ukah

Cozy mysteries are such a guilty pleasure of mine. They’ve got the intrigue from harder, dramatic mysteries, while also keeping things relatively light and fluffy. Most of the cozy mysteries I’ve read have been by female authors, so when I was approached to review Murder at Midnight by John Ukah,

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Bruja Born by Zoraida Córdova

Though I was initially hesitant on what Bruja Born by Zoraida Córdova could be out as I discovered that the narrative focus would change from first book in the series, Labyrinth Lost, where we followed bi/pansexual Alex and her story, to that of eldest sister Lula. Though I loved Lula

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The Silver Thread by Emigh Cannaday

A year and a half ago, I was invited by the author to review the first book in the Annika Brisby series, (WHICH is still FREE on Kindle). I loved it and was lucky enough to get a copy of the second book in the series, The Silver Thread by

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Feast of Chaos by Christian A Brown

Third book in the Four Feasts Till Darkness series, Feast of Chaos by Christian A Brown continues the delicate dance of progressing the possible destruction of Geadhain with the struggle to save it. Brown continues to excel at balancing the wide cast of characters with ample time and story. It

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Awaken by G.R. Thomas

A great synopsis and a stunning cover had me drooling over Awaken by GR Thomas. Unfortunately, the reality was a bit more stark. There’s a good story there and solid characters, but the delivery leaves a lot to be desired. I think this might be Thomas’ first book and the

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High Tide at Harvest Moon by Taryn Blackthorne

I’m a sucker for shifters and shifter romance. So when I was approached to review High Tide at Harvest Moon by Taryn Blackthorne, I was excited! Fictional romance between characters that seem to hate each other really is a favorite trope of mine, so to see Lexi fight her attraction

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White Rabbit Society Part One by Brendan Detzner

White Rabbit Society by Brendan Detzner was such an interesting and great read, I’m so happy Mr. Detzner asked me to review his novel! It was extremely well written and reminded me a bit of the magic realism from The Dresden Files, but also seemed bit like The Seer by

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The Flame and the Arrow by Emigh Cannaday

Reading the synopsis, I wasn’t sold on The Flame and the Arrow by Emigh Cannaday, I have to be honest. I thought this sounds cheesy, and doubted it would do anything but bore me. But, I thought hey, it’s free, the author was incredibly lovely in her email, and the

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The Watcher by Lisa Voisin

I want to start by thanking author Lisa Voisin for sending me a copy of The Watcher! The synopsis was so intriguing, I needed to read this book! I really, really wanted to love it, looking for a juicy new YA angels series to get into. Sadly, it did not

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