Category: Reviews

Review: Order of Protection by Lexi Blake

Review: Order of Protection by Lexi Blake

I really wanted to love this book because I adore Lexi Blake. Have I said that before? I adore Lexi Blake. She only has two series that I haven’t read and I need to rectify that. Stat. So I was really excited when this book came out. I loved the Lawless series so I thought […]

Throwback Thursday Review: A Lady’s Guide to Improper Behavior by Suzanne Enoch.

Throwback Thursday Review: A Lady’s Guide to Improper Behavior by Suzanne Enoch.

Every Thursday, we’ll be posting throwback reviews of our favorite and not-so-favorite books. Enjoy! This review was originally posted on May 11, 2010. Suzanne Enoch is fast becoming one of my go to authors for witty historical novels. To date, I’ve read 4 of her books and have enjoyed each book immensely. This book was […]

Summer Reading Challenge Review: The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang

Summer Reading Challenge Review: The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang

The Kiss Quotient was released earlier this year to much fanfare. Everywhere I turn people are talking about it. Rowena read it a while back and raved about it. She even made it part of our Summer Reading Challenge, so I’d be forced to read it. Still, I went into it with some trepidation. I […]

Review: The Other Side of Lost by Jessi Kirby

Review: The Other Side of Lost by Jessi Kirby

I got this book for review ages ago and Jessi Kirby is good enough that I got the book for the sole reason that she wrote it. I didn’t have to read the blurb or read other reviews on the book, I just wanted to read it because Jessi Kirby has not let me down […]

Summer Reading Challenge Review: Untamed by Pamela Clare

Summer Reading Challenge Review: Untamed by Pamela Clare

Untamed is the first book that I tackled from Casee’s picks for my Summer Reading Challenge, it’s also the second book in the MacKinnons Rangers series by Pamela Clare and it’s got the whole Last of the Mohican feels to it, which I’ll admit, I wasn’t all that interested in reading before I picked it […]