I should have DNFed this book ages ago. It should be noted that Richelle Mead is one of my favorite authors and up until her most recent releases (i.e. Soundless) that held true. But I held faith in her other books so I picked this up. Cue boredom. I mean, honestly, did anything happen in this book? ANYTHING? I couldn’t care less about the protagonist, Adelaide, or her […]
What are your favorite genres in books? These are in order for both young adult and adult fiction! FANTASY Paranormal Romance Urban fantasy Regency/Historical Romance Dystopian Steampunk Science Fiction What are your favorite genres?
I lover Marissa Meyer’s Lunar Chronicles series. Can’t wait to be amazed by Heartless! Have you read the Lunar Chronicles?
Daine (Immortals quartet by Tamora Pierce) – Together, we created wild magic, transformed into animals, spoke to them, healed them; wish I had that power now Alanna (Song of the Lioness quartet by Tamora Pierce) – my role model from younger days, proving a woman can do anything and be just as good if not better than a man Eragon (Inheritance series by Christopher Paolini) – […]
Three kingdoms and all it takes is one drunk to start an all-out war. This multi-narrator novel left me breathless from start to finish. Rhodes introduces you to a continent relatively at peace until a princess decides to go on an adventure and one of her companions kills a boy. This boy’s brother wants revenge. Meanwhile, to the north, the great and terrible king is […]
3 favorite heroines, books they’re in, and why you love them These woman are not only badass, but they kick ass too. From some of my absolute favorite series, these characters really made the books as amazing as they are. Who are your favorite heroines?
What book are you looking forward to this week?
It’s the little things in life that really make it worth living, right? Here are a few of the bookish things I enjoy for no other reason than that I am a book lover. Matching covers AND spines. Stop. I’m drooling. Too much shelf prettiness. Hearing a song that fits a character perfectly. When the author is too good and suddenly your favorite character is […]
An American comes to town in this historical romance set in London (as many of them tend to be). Caroline Townsend, hailing from Boston, comes to the city across the pond to fulfill a request by an English nobleman, a friend of her late grandfather. The task? Chaperone his grandson to make sure he is well-behaved for the social season. As a regency novel, this story […]