Adult, ARC review, book review

New Orleans Rush by Kelly Siskind (ARC Review)

Beatrice Baker may be a struggling artist, but she believes all hardships have silver linings…until she follows her boyfriend to New Orleans and finds him with another woman. Instead of turning those lemons into lemonade, she drinks lemon drop martinis and keys the wrong man’s car. Now she works for Huxley Marlow of the Marvelous Marlow Boys, getting shoved in boxes as an on-stage magician’s assistant. A cool job for some, but Bea’s been coerced into the role to cover her debt. She also maybe fantasizes about her boss’s adept hands and what else they can do… Read More New Orleans Rush by Kelly Siskind (ARC Review)

ARC review, book review, young adult

Dark of the West by Joanna Hathaway (ARC Review)

He was raised in revolution. She was raised in a palace. Can their love stop a war? Code Name Verity meets The Winner’s Cursein Joanna Hathaway’s Dark of the West, a breathtaking YA fantasy debut. Aurelia Isendare is a princess of a small kingdom in the North, raised in privilege but shielded from politics as her brother prepares to step up to the throne. Halfway around the world, Athan Dakar, the youngest son of a ruthless general, is a fighter pilot longing for a life away from the front lines… Read More Dark of the West by Joanna Hathaway (ARC Review)

ARC review, blog tour, book review, young adult

The Beauty of the Moment by Tanaz Bhathena (Blog Tour: ARC Review)

Thank you so much to Penguin Random House Canada for selecting me to be a part of the The Beauty of the Moment by Tanaz Bhathena! When I heard about this book, I just knew that I had to read it! A) It’s CanLit, B) it’s diverse CanLit, and C) it’s set in the Toronto area (which is… Read More The Beauty of the Moment by Tanaz Bhathena (Blog Tour: ARC Review)

TBR post

April 2019 TBR

Hello everyone! And welcome to my April 2019 TBR post! What are you most excited to read in April? Before I get into the books I’ll be reading, though, let’s talk a bit about March. While I did pretty okay in February, things kind of slowed down for me in March (as you can tell… Read More April 2019 TBR

book feature

New Orleans Rush by Kelly Siskind (Book Feature)

Title: New Orleans Rush Author: Kelly Siskind Type: Fiction Genre: Adult, Contemporary, Romance, Publisher: Everafter Romance Published: April 23, 2019 Falling for your surly boss is a rotten idea. Letting him saw you in half is even worse… Beatrice Baker may be a struggling artist, but she believes all hardships have silver linings…until she follows… Read More New Orleans Rush by Kelly Siskind (Book Feature)

book review, young adult

Scion of the Fox by S.M. Beiko (Review)

As the winter ice begins to thaw, the fury of a demon builds — all because one girl couldn’t stay dead . . .Roan Harken considers herself a typical high school student — dead parents, an infected eyeball, and living in the house of her estranged, currently comatose grandmother (well, maybe not so typical) — but she’s uncovering the depth of the secrets her family left behind…… Read More Scion of the Fox by S.M. Beiko (Review)

ARC review, book review, young adult

No One Here Is Lonely by Sarah Everett (ARC Review)

Our entire lives are online, but what if the boy you love actually lives there? For fans of Adam Silvera comes a story about the future of relationships.Eden has always had two loves: her best friend, Lacey, and her crush, Will. And then, almost simultaneously, she loses them both. Will to a car accident and Lacey to the inevitable growing up and growing apart… Read More No One Here Is Lonely by Sarah Everett (ARC Review)

book review, young adult

The Field Guide to the North American Teenager by Ben Philippe (Review)

Norris Kaplan is clever, cynical, and quite possibly too smart for his own good. A black French Canadian, he knows from watching American sitcoms that those three things don’t bode well when you are moving to Austin, Texas. Plunked into a new high school and sweating a ridiculous amount from the oppressive Texas heat, Norris finds himself cataloging everyone he meets… Read More The Field Guide to the North American Teenager by Ben Philippe (Review)