When I received the email inviting me to apply for this tour, I didn’t know anything about Scott Reintgen or the Ashlords duology, but I saw a gorgeous Friesian-looking horse and a genre label of fantasy and had to check it out. I was hesitant to apply knowing it was a second book and that the tour would not be providing the first, but fortunately a library I have access to through Libby had both ebook and audiobook licenses of Ashlords, the first book, available. I flew through my listening experience of Ashlords, rated it 5 stars with a rave review, and shamelessly begged to be granted a spot on the tour on whatever date was available in the comment box at the end of the application form. I had to know how this story concluded, and as a book blogger, I wanted to share my love for this story with a wide audience. Now that I have experienced Blood Sworn I can confidently say that I am not disappointed in the least, Reintgen has does it again, and I give the whole duilogy 5 stars!
One-Knight Stand by Julie Moffett Published January 27, 2021by Berkley Rating: 5 Stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Genre: Young Adult, Mystery, Spy Thriller SYNOPSIS: My name is Angel Sinclair and I’m a spy. Well, I’m not actually a spy yet, but I’ve been tapped to train at a top-secret government facility where I’m honing my hacking and technical skills and […]
The Scriptorium plucks orphaned children off the streets and puts them to work to serve their goals, all of which funnel into the primary goal of awakening the world’s slumbering atomatons. Karis is one of those orphans, and she’s been studying the runes she copies for her masters to work with. Her brother was culled from this island’s group and sent elsewhere, and her one mission in life is to get off the island and find him. When Karis discovers an unexplored cave and within it finds an automaton like no other, and awakens him, she dares to hope that she’s solved all her problems. This atomaton can get her into the records hall and then off the island. What she didn’t anticipate was discovering that this Atamoton, Alix, is more than a mindless machine controlled by runes in a tome.
Is Lo’s hunch that The Unity Project is more of a cult than a movement to help people correct? Can she rescue her sister, or is it too late?
You Have a Match By Emma Lord Published January 12th 2021 by Wednesday Books Rating: 4 Stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Genre: Young Adult Romance About You Have a Match Abby and her two BFFs, Leo and Connie take DNA tests. Abby’s results reveal a secret older sister. In a year that’s already had its challenges -her grandfather passed away, […]
One of the Good Ones by Maika & Maritza Moulite Published 5 January 2021by Inkyard Press, HarperCollins Teen Rating: 4 Stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Genre: YA Contemporary, OwnVoices, Mystery Thank you to Marisol Folks and the HarperCollins Canada Influencer program for NetGalley access to the eARC of One of the Good Ones by Maika & Maritza Moulite. This was […]
It was all fake dating and games until my heart got involved…. I wanted to have the best summer ever. to have my first kiss and finally get my brother’s best friend to notice me….
Here are 5 of my favorite books for 2020! Dusty is looking forward to starting over in a new college far away from home, expecting peace & quiet in her room from a house she’s renting from. The surprise is on her when she realizes her room is in a party house. To make matters […]
Olivia’s Year End Wrap Up. Her top 6 books of 2020 are from the genres of young adult fiction, magical realism, mystery, and romance.
Lies Like Poison by Chelsea Pitcher Published November 10, 2020 by Margaret K. McElderry Books Rating: 4 Stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Genre: Mystery, Young Adult From Goodreads: Poppy, Lily, and Belladonna would do anything to protect their best friend, Raven. So when they discovered he was suffering abuse at the hands of his stepmother, they came up with a lethal […]