Shielded Guest Post + Review

Shielded (Shielded #1) by KayLynn Flanders Publisher: Delacorte Press Release Date: July 21st 2020 Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy Synopsis: For fans of Sorcery of Thorns and Furyborn comes a thrilling new fantasy about a kingdom ravaged by war, and the princess who might be the key to saving not only those closest to her, but the kingdom... Continue Reading →

Review: Bright Burns the Night

A big Thank You to my sweet friend Krysti over on YA and Wine for giving me the ARC for Bright Burns the Night! I love YA Fantasy and although I was in a contemporary kind of mood I knew I wanted to read this one because I loved the first one, and Sara B. Larson... Continue Reading →

Review: Ever the Brave

Bring on another YA Fantasy adventure with Ever the Brave by Erin Summerill. If you're looking for action and adventure with some romance on the side than you'll enjoy this book. It picks up where Ever the Hunted left off and includes not just one POV but three  in total that will help to keep you on... Continue Reading →

ARC Review: Lost Crow Conspiracy

We're only a few weeks away from the release of the unique historical fantasy, Lost Crow Conspiracy by Rosalyn Eves! If you love all those things than this is the book for you. It takes the folklore and fantasy to a whole new level in this second installment of the Blood Rose Rebellion Series. About Lost Crow... Continue Reading →

TTT: All Time Favorite Book Quotes

Happy Top Ten Tuesday!! I haven't done one of these posts in a while and I'm so excited about this one! I've been compiling my favorite book quotes for a huge tattoo idea so I can't wait to share my favorites with you today!! Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Artsy Reader Girl. Click... Continue Reading →

ARC Review: The Rogue Queen

Happy Book Birthday to The Rogue Queen AND Happy Birthday to Emily R. King! I find it so fitting that Emily gets to celebrate her birthday the same day as the fantastic book she wrote. If you haven't read this series yet you definitely need to! It's action packed from beginning to end making it... Continue Reading →

Review: Crystal Blade

Crystal Blade picks up right where Burning Glass left off and Riaznin is transitioning to a new democracy. There are so many unknowns in the political world that Anton is building up and Sonya isn't quite sure what her new role will be now that there are no more Sovereign Auraseers. Kathryn Purdie takes her Russian based... Continue Reading →

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