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Review: Glass Frost by Liz DeJesus

Review: Glass Frost by Liz DeJesus

Glass Frost by Liz DeJesus This is Book 2 in the First Frost series, and I cannot guarantee that this review will be spoiler free in regards to what happened in the first book.  I have kept them to the minimum, and I do not […]

Review: First Frost by Liz DeJesus

Review: First Frost by Liz DeJesus

  First Frost by Liz DeJesus Bianca Frost appears to be a normal seventeen-year-old.  She and her mother live in a house in a nice neighborhood–it’s been just them since her dad disappeared 10 years prior.  She has a best friend named Ming.  She has […]

A Matter of Heart by Heather Lyons

A Matter of Heart by Heather Lyons

A Matter of Heart by Heather Lyons *I received an e-copy of this book from InkSlinger PR in exchange for an honest review.* This is the second book in the Fate series and I will try to keep this review as spoiler free as possible. […]

Review: A Matter of Fate by Heather Lyons

Review: A Matter of Fate by Heather Lyons

A Matter of Fate by Heather Lyons *I received a e-copy of this book from InkSlinger PR in exchange for an honest review.* Chloe Lilywhite appears to be a normal girl 17-year-old on the outside, but she, and her cousins, are all harboring a secret: […]

Body & Blood by Amanda Havard

Body & Blood by Amanda Havard

Body & Blood by Amanda Havard This is Book 3 in The Survivors series and, because of that, I have done my best to keep this review spoiler free.. For reviews of the first two books see The Survivors and Point of Origin. Body & […]

Point of Origin by Amanda Havard

Point of Origin by Amanda Havard

Point of Origin by Amanda Havard *This is the second book in The Survivors series, as such I have done my best to keep this review spoiler free. For the review of Book 1, click here.* Expect the unexpected. This is one, and maybe the […]

Review: The Survivors by Amanda Havard

Review: The Survivors by Amanda Havard

The Survivors by Amanda Havard There were more Salem Witches than we thought.  In 1692, during the height of the Salem Witch Trials, numerous young people–children and teens–were accused of being witches.  So many had already been accused and they were so young, that rather […]

Series Week Intro

Series Week Intro

Welcome to my first Series Week! What is a series week, you ask? It’s simple really. I’m a series girl. If you’ve noticed, many of the books that I review many that are Book #1 of a series. Although I’ve picked up a couple of […]