Weekend Wrap-Up

Weekend Wrap-Up 4

Welcome to my Weekend Wrap-Up! This is where I discuss books I acquired and books I finished reading this week. Mini reviews and links to full reviews included! Feel free to join in and tell me your bookish weekend wrap-up in the comments 🙂   Continue reading “Weekend Wrap-Up 4”

Advertisements
Contemporary, Fiction, Mystery & Suspense, YA

One of Us Is Lying by Karen M. McManus

This book… wow. I have been waiting to read One of Us Is Lying for quite a long time. I think I first saw it in a Penguin First to Read drawing, and didn’t end up getting a galley. Basically since then this book has been on my library hold list and I FINALLY got to read it this week. It was well worth the wait.  Continue reading “One of Us Is Lying by Karen M. McManus”

Adult, Contemporary, Fiction, Historical, Romance

Next Year in Havana by Chanel Cleeton

I selected Next Year in Havana from Penguin’s First to Read program because the second I read the description, I was hooked. Dual-timeframe romances are my favorite, favorite subgenre, so I knew I had to check this one out. And man, am I glad I did.  Continue reading “Next Year in Havana by Chanel Cleeton”

Weekend Wrap-Up

Weekend Wrap-Up 2

Welcome to my Weekend Wrap-Up! This is where I discuss books I acquired and books I finished reading this week. Mini reviews and links to full reviews included! Feel free to join in and tell me your bookish weekend wrap-up in the comments 🙂  Continue reading “Weekend Wrap-Up 2”

Contemporary, Fiction, New Adult, Romance, YA

Bailey and the Bad Boy by R. Linda

I randomly found this book while browsing my Kindle Unlimited recommended titles, and oh my GOD am I glad I downloaded this. I haven’t loved a book this much in quite a while, and I can’t recommend it enough.  Continue reading “Bailey and the Bad Boy by R. Linda”

Action & Adventure, Adult, Fantasy, Fiction, Re-telling, Romance

The Twelve Dancing Princesses by K. M. Shea

I have been a longtime fan of K. M. Shea’s Timeless Fairy Tales series, and I’m always excited when I see a new one appear in the Kindle store. Her books are really interesting, unique takes on classic fairy tales, and this installment is no exception.  Continue reading “The Twelve Dancing Princesses by K. M. Shea”