Entries by Christen

Kamana Wanalaya by Susan Renee – Review by Christen Ware

Kamana Wanalaya for the Holidays by Susan Renee My rating: 4 of 5 stars Comical, fun, and lighthearted read that is lead by a cynical reviewer of love finding herself in a situation she is most critical of. Quick read with romance and plentiful banter that hints toward being cliche but the plot drives it […]

Borrowed Time by Lane Cohen – Review by Christen Ware

Borrowed Time by Lane Cohen My rating: 4 of 5 stars Everything from gunslinging in the old west to the feeling of hopeful longing to fit in, this book intertwines many, many themes into its winding pages. Containing everything from historical touches to sci-fi approaches, all while keeping intricate detail within, this book is a […]

Divided Lives by K.R. Mullins – Review by Christen Ware

Divided Lives by K.R. Mullins My rating: 4 of 5 stars Historic reads are always good, and this one is no exception. It starts off with multiple jumps, following how Lottie has met and known each character, quickly displacing what time and situation the reader has. Took a few rereads to get acquainted, but once […]

The Blood Prince by Ayla Marie – Review by Christen Ware

The Blood Prince by Ayla Marie My rating: 4 of 5 stars Good cover, good read. It was full of mystery and adventure, and this book was a good page-turner with an excellent plotline and flow. It has that “just one more chapter” feeling. This debut novel gives its reader a wait of anticipation for […]

Enemies of Doves by Shanessa Gluhm – Review by Christen Ware

Enemies of Doves by Shanessa Gluhm My rating: 5 of 5 stars A fast-paced and wicked read that was near impossible to put down. This book was a dual mystery flip that followed two very different but interconnecting storylines. An unpredictable and impressive story design that captivates readers from nearly the first sentence, and the […]

Jake the Growling Dog Shares His Trail (Jake the Growling Dog Book 3) by Samantha Shannon – Review by Christen Ware

Jake the Growling Dog Shares His Trail by Samantha Shannon My rating: 4 of 5 stars This lighthearted book with lovely illustrations highlights very important themes that young children, and even some adults, can have integrated into their experiences to help deal with real-world scenarios. Fear of the unknown, recognition and acceptance of different individuals, […]