BOOK REVIEW: THE HERETIC ROYAL BY G.A AIKEN

As per usual with this series is chock-full of action, humor, violence, foul language, kick-a*s heroines and just generally a solid good time. The only thing that was a bit overwhelming to me was the sheer amount of names/people to keep track of in this fantastical world Aiken has created. I freaking LOVED the new… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: THE HERETIC ROYAL BY G.A AIKEN

BOOK REVIEW: THE NIGHTMARE MAN BY J.H. MARKERT

This was a solid read for me. A smidge campy (re: the absolute cheesefest of names, titles, places, etc.), a dash of slasher, a pinch of mystery, and a little woo-woo, all encompassed in this creepy Gotham-esq little farm town. It’s snappy little pace paired with lots of intrigue and a colorful cast of characters… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: THE NIGHTMARE MAN BY J.H. MARKERT

BOOK REVIEW: HOW TO KILL MEN AND GET AWAY WITH IT BY KATY BRENT

It feels weird to say this but I thought this was a wickedly satisfying read. I wouldn’t say it was light or highly plausible in the criming-and-getting-away-with-it aspect, but it wasn’t really demanding of much brain power which made it feel light in a way when paired with Kitty’s flighty ‘It Girl’ commentary. I can… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: HOW TO KILL MEN AND GET AWAY WITH IT BY KATY BRENT

BOOK REVIEW: A HARD DAY FOR A HANGOVER BY DARYNDA JONES

Ahhh endings are always bittersweet when you love a series! A Hard Day For a Hangover was exactly what I’ve come to expect out of the Sunshine books (and Jones’ stories in general), action-packed excitment, barrels of laughs and fun, a dash of steamy romance and a solid plot that all results in compulsive read.… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: A HARD DAY FOR A HANGOVER BY DARYNDA JONES

BOOK REVIEW: A CURSE OF QUEENS BY AMANDA BOUCHET

I thoroughly enjoyed the previous Kingmaker Chronicles novels so naturally I was pretty excited to see the series continuing with A Curse of Queens! While I am grateful for the continuation of the story as a whole in this expansive alluring world, I only wish Jocasta’s time in the limelight would have been more engaging.… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: A CURSE OF QUEENS BY AMANDA BOUCHET

BOOK REVIEW: THEY DROWN OUR DAUGHTERS BY KATRINA MONROE

This one was a bit of a mixed bag for me. I enjoyed the haunting element immensely. Monroe does a bang-up job with setting a chilly scene and invoking a deep sense of unsettle without a bunch of flash and bang. Often times a quiet hum you feel in your bones is more disburbing than… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: THEY DROWN OUR DAUGHTERS BY KATRINA MONROE