Category: Reviews

Review: Gifting Me To His Best Friend by Katee Robert

Review: Gifting Me To His Best Friend by Katee Robert

Posted July 30, 2020 by Stephanie in Reviews / 8 Comments

Title: Gifting Me To His Best Friend Author: Katee Robert Series: A Touch of Taboo #2 Publication: July 30th 2020 by Trinkets and Tales LLC Genre: Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance Purchase it on: Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Kobo Rating: 4/5★ This Christmas, my husband is going with an unconventional gift for his best friend. Me. It’s only supposed […]


ARC Review: City of Bronze, City of Silver by Saga Hillbom

ARC Review: City of Bronze, City of Silver by Saga Hillbom

Posted July 27, 2020 by Stephanie in Reviews / 4 Comments

Title: City of Bronze, City of Silver Author: Saga Hillbom Publication: August 1st 2020 by Saga Hillbom Genre: Historical Fiction Purchase it on: Amazon | Barnes & Noble Rating: 4/5★ 431 BC. Greece is torn apart by war. The city states split into leagues: one headed by the militarized Sparta, the other by the sophisticated Athens.Alethea, a young […]


ARC Review: High Flyer by Michelle Diener

ARC Review: High Flyer by Michelle Diener

Posted July 23, 2020 by Stephanie in Reviews / 3 Comments

Title: High Flyer Author: Michelle Diener Series: Verdant String #4 Publication: July 24th 2020 by Eclipse Genre: Science Fiction Romance Purchase it on: Amazon Rating: 4/5★ Flying the head-of-planet around isn’t a job for the faint of heart. Especially not on Faldine, the planet in the Verdant String whose magnetic fields actively fight against technology, bringing […]


ARC Review: We Demand The Right To Vote: The Journey to the 19th Amendment by Meneese Wall

ARC Review: We Demand The Right To Vote: The Journey to the 19th Amendment by Meneese Wall

Posted July 16, 2020 by Stephanie in Reviews / 5 Comments

Title: We Demand The Right To Vote: The Journey to the 19th Amendment Author & Illustrator: Meneese Wall Publication: August 1st 2020 by Paxton Press Genre: Nonfiction, History Rating: 5/5★ Ever wonder what our foremothers were doing while our forefathers were making recorded history? And what did these women do to claim their social and political power to […]