This is probably the most challenging review I've ever had to write because I have so much to say about A Drowned Kingdom and oh so many notes. I picked this book up after hearing about it through SPFBO and being recommended by a couple of friends. 'A Drowned Kingdom' is about great a great civilisation, with advanced weaponry and engineering, that gets swallowed by the ocean and the story of the outcast survivors?! I couldn't not read it. I named my daughter Atlantis after all!!
I'm super excited today to be sharing my review and favourite quotes of "Spark to Shadow" by Atima Kim. This just so happens to be... my very first Blog Tour!!! So I must firstly start by saying a massive thank you to TBR and Beyond Tours for selecting me. And also to Atima Kim for writing Spark to Shadow and allowing me the pleasure of reading it.
Thicker than Water by Becca Seymour is a fast paced, MUST READ queer paranormal shifter romance.
An outcast shifter agent. A 𝗿𝗶𝗽-𝘀𝗵𝗶𝘁-𝗮𝗻𝗱-𝗯𝘂𝘀𝘁 kind of guy more than a follow procedure guy. Gets seconded to a secret unit. Crazy sexy chemistry with his boss. Amazing relationships and banter. This has been my favourite queer romance of the year so far. I got all the feels.
A Cinderella retelling with badass lesbians that save themselves and want to overthrow the patriarchy? Yes please!!!
It may be early in the piece, but I'm calling it. Best Middle Grade of the YEAR!!! Bold claim? You must not have read it yet. This gave me HP sorting hat and Minitry of Magic vibes at the begining but it is SO much more. Amari & the Night Brothers (Supernatural Investigations #1) Synopsis… Continue reading Amari & The Night Brothers – B.B Alston
A Dowry of Blood is a dark and twisted reimagining of Dracula's Brides as told in a final love letter to him from his first bride Constanta. We follow them around the world and bare witness to their lives and relationship which along the way includes two more brides they develop an m/f/f/m polyam relationship… Continue reading A Dowry of Blood – S.T Gibson Book Review
I didn't know what book to post as my first review but I honestly love this new genre!!! This is my 3rd series of the Seasoned Paranormal Women genre and it GIVES ME LIFE...And hope 😬 I am steadily but surely approaching midlife myself (32) and reading MCs in their early 20s just doesn't do it for me like it used to. Reading about bad ass women who know, accept and love themselves, their cellulite, their muffin tops and their life choices, is just *insert chef's kiss here.