I read The Lost Savior pretty soon after receiving it, but somehow it took me a while to get my review in order. I remember starting to read this book, already forgotten what exactly it was about – except for it being a reverse harem novel. Imagine my surprise when I suddenly realized it’s a science fiction novel at that!
I don’t even want to know how many of you were on my case about this book. A lot of you were, that’s for sure! I knew I wanted to read Stalking Jack the Ripper – if only because London and I are a perfect combination. So sorry it took me this ridiculously long to pick it up, guys! But I finally did it!
Review "One Summer in Rome" by Samantha Tonge.
I've been wanting to read this novel ever since I heard about it. Even reviews saying "they couldn't connect with the main character because she was way too straight-forward and sarcastic " didn't stop me at all. Why? Well, maybe because I'm way too straight-foward and sarcastic and not ashamed of it. That might be why.. I'm not sure though. What do you think?
I love Leah, I am in love with Leah and I'm going to tell you why. Or, I will if you have read Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda. If you haven't, abort mission and go read it first before diving into this review because it is so worth it!
I'm a sucker for love stories set in London or Paris - one the city I love, the other the city of love. The reason for picking up Paris Ever After was no different. The title and the cover drew me in and wouldn't let me go! But did it live up to my magical expectations and hopes?
I had high hopes for Children of Blood and Bone, seeing I had heard so many good things about it already. Even though this is the author's debut and my expectations were still rather high, I never expected what I got. I never expected to be blown away like this.