Lillie (Maggie Trilogy Series Book 3) by Mya O’Malley was an emotional read. After following Naomi through two other books I have become very attached to her. Naomi has a wonderful spirit and is such a great character, I felt like she really comes into her element here. There is another mystery to solve and it weaves in so naturally into the story. I love the thrilling elements that are embedded in this paranormal read.
Never Date a Siren (College Fae Book 1) by Byrd Nash was a wonderful fantastical read. I enjoyed the world that was built and the mesh between fae and human. I adored Brigit as the main female lead. She was such a “wow” character with a unique perspective. I loved Brigit as being out guide through understanding the fae world and their expectations, it was a great way to build the world and introduce the reader to the implications of what is happening. Logan was a good character read, I found it interesting that the victim was the male lead but again it was a welcome change. I cannot wait to see what the author creates next in this series.
A Sun So Bright (Reigning Hearts Book Three) by KG Fletcher was a nice romantic read. Every once in a while I find a romantic read that takes me out of reality. I did not care for Fiona at first, I found her unrelatable but as the story developed she was more real to me. I love a good fake fiance story and I was hooked into this one. The pacing was good, in my romance reads I do enjoy a more relaxed pace.
Tanuja Ramachandran: Hunter Seeker by Kumar Sivasubramanian was a refreshingly new read. I have been reading a different type of crime novel and this was a great twist. I enjoyed the pacing, it has become something I look for when reading. I enjoyed all the twists and turns that came up while reading. The story was action packed and fun to read.
Naomi (Maggie Trilogy Book 2) by Mya O’Malley was a great continuation of the Maggie trilogy. I loved the suspense, romance, and plot twists that Mya uses. I felt at the edge of my seat and am not sure how I will sleep. The story has definitely progressed and Naomi’s life is not getting easier. I loved character development compared to the first book. I cannot wait for book 3!
The Fat Girl’s Guide to Loving Your Body by K.L. Montgomery was an inspiring and emotional read. I did not know that I needed to read this book as much as I did. I started the book because the last few months I have been on this journey of self discovery and the next step seemed to be self care in regards to my body. I enjoyed all of the references and information embedded in the book. The humor throughout was a welcome relief, there are so many self help books that are just fluffy or don’t come across as genuine as this book does. I definitely want to spend the next year doing the journal entries. I did not do them the first time around because I could tell from the beginning that I needed to read this book and get the big picture before I started dissecting myself. This will become a welcome reread time and time again not just for the journal entries but for the reminders of the impact that our everyday lives have on our mental state.
Kermode (Legends Series Book 2) by Maggie Adams was a sweet quick read! If you need a good paranormal read I would gladly recommend Kermode. I did now know what to expect but the book had a little bit of everything. There was steam, romance, and the supernatural. I enjoyed Piper and Noah, they were good characters that I could envision without much effort. The plot and story flowed nicely too which can be tough in the supernatural world.
Maggie (Maggie Trilogy Book 1) by Mya O’Malley was a thrilling read! Normally I would never mix a thriller with the supernatural but I could not resist. This book had me struggling to put the book down, I was captivated by the story. The plot is thick and keeps you glued to your screen. I am sure just the thrills and chills will give me nightmares but it will be well worth it. I could easily see everything unfolding like a movie, I cannot wait to get into books 2 and 3.
Rule (The Larussio Legacy Book 1) by Via Mari was on fire! This book had it all; romance, suspense, and steam through the roof. I struggled to put this book down, I enjoyed the way the plot was written out. You can definitely see the attention to detail the author had. I loved the characters and the way that the point of views are used to show development. Overall a great read!
Testament of Feats: Book of Sorrows Book Two by K.H. Jones just blew me away. There is so much to be said about the book, the characters, and the world. I truly enjoy this series, I find myself opening up the kindle app multiple times during my busy day and stealing time to get to the end. The characters are so well developed, I felt so connected to their story and development. The world building is phenomenaI, I did not want to leave.