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Review: A Fragile Enchantment by Allison Saft

Review: A Fragile Enchantment by Allison Saft

My final read of 2023 was this little gem which releases tomorrow. A Fragile Enchantment by is a standalone fantasy romance that reads like Bridgerton with a touch of magic. Niamh Ó Conchobhair is a commoner with divine blood, able to weave her magic into the fabrics she makes. She can make the wearer beautiful […]

Posted January 1, 2024 by Lillian in Reviews / 2 Comments
Review: Riven by Mindee Arnett

Review: Riven by Mindee Arnett

This is going to be a hard review to write because I’m kind of ambivalent about it. Riven by is the first in her new steampunk/epic fantasy series by the same name. It follows Mars, an assassin and spy master, as he goes on what he hopes is his last mission. What he uncovers will […]

Posted January 19, 2023 by Lillian in Reviews / 1 Comment
Review: The Glass Queen by Gena Showalter

Review: The Glass Queen by Gena Showalter

Return to Enchantia and meet the Glass Queen in this second installment of ‘s series . I devoured this book! I really enjoyed The Evil Queen, and truth be told, I wasn’t sure how the sequel would live up. However, I am here to tell you that The Glass Queen is a heart-stopping addition to […]

Posted March 19, 2021 by Lillian in Reviews / 1 Comment
Review: The Peasant’s Dream by Melanie Dickerson

Review: The Peasant’s Dream by Melanie Dickerson

The Peasant’s Dream by is the eleventh book in the series , which is a cross between historical fiction and fairytale retellings. Here we get the story of the youngest daughter of the duke of Hagenheim, Adela, and an aspiring woodcarver, Frederick. This gender bent retelling of Cinderella is an easy read, though tedious at […]

Posted July 31, 2020 by Lillian in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: Winter of Solace by Kathryn Le Veque

Review: Winter of Solace by Kathryn Le Veque

This story is everything I love in a historical romance. We have knights, a classic “damsel in distress” trope, and a very obvious, black-and-white villain. It was exactly the escape I needed during a big ol’ social uprising. Give me ALL the strong, broody knights and ALL the “happily ever after”s. Immediately. Caius d’Avignon is […]

Posted July 3, 2020 by Amanda in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: Just a Boyfriend by Sariah Wilson

Review: Just a Boyfriend by Sariah Wilson

I LOVED this one! Just a Boyfriend by is the second book in her about the football players at Seattle’s EOL college. This time it’s Bash’s story. Second chance romance has never been so sweet as it is here. Ian “Bash” Sebastian left home his senior year of high school after his dad married his […]

Posted January 6, 2020 by Lillian in Reviews / 0 Comments
Release Blitz: Last Kiss of Summer by Marina Adair

Release Blitz: Last Kiss of Summer by Marina Adair

Excerpt Kennedy rested her elbows on the counter and leaned forward. “You cook, clean, and make house calls? Be still, my heart.” “I aim to please.” He dried off his hands and brought two steaming mugs of coffee to the counter. “Which is why I was trying to be quiet, so you could get another […]

Posted August 29, 2016 by Lillian in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: This is Where It Ends by Marieke Nijkamp

Review: This is Where It Ends by Marieke Nijkamp

My Immediate Reaction to this Book: AND I CAN’T STOP!!!! This is Where It Ends by is a beautifully written story about the events that occur during a school shooting in a small town. Told from the perspective of four students over 54 minutes, it is a heart-breaking, edge of your seat read that will leave […]

Posted January 4, 2016 by Lillian in Reviews / 8 Comments