Book of the Month YA

Hey bookies! Wow, a post that isn’t a book review? Who am I and what have I done with the girl that is super late with posting and is always all over the place. I’m still here, but I have some more exciting news to share with you all. This is my favorite platform to…

Firebone by Rosaria Munda

First of all, we are going to take a second to really appreciate the beauty of this cover. Take a good look at it. At first, what do you see? Most likely you see a dragon, but if you take a closer look, specifically at the wings you will see the side profile of two…

His Hideous Heart edited by Dahlia Adler review + excerpt

Ready to get spooky? Whether or not you love Edgar Allan Poe or whether or not you have even read anything by him, you will love this book. If you are a fan of spooky things, thrillers, horrors, things that go bump in the night and will keep you up at night, then this is…

The Girl the Sea Gave Back by Adrienne Young

The Girl the Sea Gave Back is Adrienne Young’s second published book, and is a companion novel to her first book Sky in the Deep. I read Sky in the Deep last year and it was so amazing! You can find my review of it here. While The Girl the Sea Gave Back is set…

Red Rising by Pierce Brown

Well, this is a book that surprised the hell out of me. I will admit that this is the first Adult Fiction book I have ever read willingly. I was put off at first by this fact, thinking immediately that it wasn’t going to be like my YA books that I love so much. And…

The Beautiful by Renee Ahdieh

Three simple words sold me on reading this book. Vampires & New Orleans. Now I know what you are thinking, that the vampire thing is so overdone and needs to stay dead and buried(pun intended) but hear me out! This book shows vampires in a whole different light(pun double intended) this isn’t some dumb rip…

There’s Something About Sweetie by Sandhya Menon

As you can tell, I kind of went on a Sandhya Menon reading binge. Stick around to the end of this blog post to see just how newly obsessed I am. XD Now this book…this book has officially changed me. And I find it crazy that one little book has the power to do that….

As Kismet Would Have It by Sandhya Menon

Ask and you shall receive! In my last post where I reviewed When Dimple Met Rishi I complained that there wasn’t enough! That I wanted more of Dimple’s and Rishi’s story and after a quick check on Goodreads, I discovered that there was more! Sandhya had written a short story about Dimple and Rishi titled…

When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon

This review is long overdue. I was doing so well with all my book reviews, posting them on time, and then I didn’t write any for over two weeks and now I have five book reviews to write tonight and I’m already so tired. Why do I procrastinate…why!! Anywho on to this amazing summer romance…

Muse of Nightmares by Laini Taylor

Holy Merry Hell. This book BLEW me away. It is a complete 180 from the first book in this duology, Strange the Dreamer. It is fast-paced, vivid in all the details and captured me in such a way that I stayed up until 1am to finish because I could not put it down and I…