Author: Holly

Review: The Princess and the Pea by K.M. Shea

Review: The Princess and the Pea by K.M. Shea

I found the Timeless Fairy Tales series while browsing Goodreads and decided to give this novella a try. I loved the premise of a kickass warrior princess, and I’m happy to report she was everything I was hoping for. Lis has made a name for herself as a mercenary. Although she’s of common origins, she’s […]

Review: Forbidden by Beverly Jenkins

Review: Forbidden by Beverly Jenkins

My book club chose Forbidden for this month. I am not a fan of historical Westerns in general. I did really enjoy this one, however. As a friend pointed out, this felt more like a small-town contemporary romance set in the old West, rather than a true Western. While that may not appeal to some, […]

Joint Review: Archangel’s Light by Nalini Singh

Joint Review: Archangel’s Light by Nalini Singh

We finally get Bluebell & Sparkle’s story! Well, part of it anyway. Casee: First thing is first. Is this title appropriate since Ilium isn’t an archangel yet? Holly: I think it’s a play on Aodhan and Illium being Raphael’s light, and a glimpse of what’s to come when Illium ascends. Casee: One thing that is […]

Sunday Spotlight: Archangel’s Light by Nalini Singh

Sunday Spotlight: Archangel’s Light by Nalini Singh

Sunday Spotlight is a feature we began in 2016. This year we’re spotlighting our favorite books, old and new. We’ll be raving about the books we love and being total fangirls. You’ve been warned. 🙂 Excerpt Excerpt from Archangel’s Light by Nalini Singh   They walked in silence. It should’ve been comfortable, just two warriors […]

What Are You Reading? (583)

Posted October 22, 2021 by Holly in Features | Tagged: , , | 3 Comments
What Are You Reading? (583)

Casee I’m currently reading a new-to-me series & author called Wrecked by Catherine Cowles. I’m reading Wrecked Palace (Wrecked #3). It’s a contemporary series set on a small chain of islands off the Washington coast. They are very intense, emotional books. I honestly think I cried when I read the first one. I’m not generally […]