Genre: Adult

This is Not the Circe You Know | Circe by Madeline Miller
In Book Review
April 6, 2018

This is Not the Circe You Know | Circe by Madeline Miller

I went into Circe completely blind. Well, in terms of Miller’s previous work (but I have The Songs of Achilles on my TBR, promise). Sure, I know the story of Circe from reading The Odyssey but that’s where my knowledge ends so I enjoyed exploring the tale through a new lens. To be clear, this book isn’t for those of you seeking tons of action […]

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The Serpent by Sarah Fine (#CoverReveal)
In Promo
April 3, 2018

The Serpent by Sarah Fine (#CoverReveal)

Good morning, Knights! How has your Tuesday been so far? Good? (I hope so!) I’m bringing a new cover to you for Sarah Fine’s upcoming novel, The Serpent! You might know her other works such as the Impostor Queen series among others. Now 47North is bringing you her new adult urban fantasy/paranormal romance! Y’all, I used to binge-read this genre SO […]

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Author Interview with Peter Swanson
In Interview
April 1, 2018

Author Interview with Peter Swanson

It’s Sunday, Knights, and April Fool’s too! I don’t have a joke for you today but I do have a quick interview with Peter Swanson, author of All the Beautiful Lies (out April 3, 2018 from William Morrow)! All About Peter Why don’t you tell us a bit about what inspired All the Beautiful Lies? I’ve always wanted to write a classic whodunit […]

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Author Interview with Cass Morris
In Interview
March 21, 2018

Author Interview with Cass Morris

Good morning, Knights! Today Cass Morris was kind enough to stop by the blog and do a quick interview with me about her upcoming book From Unseen Fire (out April 17, 2017 from Daw Books)! I think y’all are going to love this interview so make sure to check it out (below) and read more about From Unseen Fire at the end of […]

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All Bark and No Bite | Mistwood by Leah Cypess
In Book Review
March 1, 2018

All Bark and No Bite | Mistwood by Leah Cypess

If you were to create Mistwood from a recipe, you’d see one part magical forest, a dash of shifter skills, one smattering of princely awe, and sprinkles of intrigue amid a kingdom on the verge of turmoil. All elements I often enjoy in a book. But when this one was baked through, the inside remained uncooked and raw. Truly, it’s a […]

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Review – The First Kiss of Spring by Emily March
In Book Review
February 20, 2018

Review – The First Kiss of Spring by Emily March

I have a lot of mixed feelings about The First Kiss of Spring. This was probably one of the first romances I’ve read where some of the harsher truths of reality were brought to the forefront. Definite trigger warnings for addiction and drug abuse, as well as child abuse in lesser detail. Let’s start with Caitlin. She acts like a child […]

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