Traitor’s Hope – Review + GIVEAWAY

Traitors lurk around every bend. Mishi’s mind is betraying her, and she fears her kisō and katana will betray her next. Taka’s heart abandons her for a person she cannot possibly trust. Now that the two friends are obliged to help re-establish peace in the land of Gensokai, the only question is where the next [...]

Beautiful Animals – Review

"Morality was nothing more than paying attention to the chain reaction while not causing another one." Beautiful Animals is simply stunning. This novel is not just thrilling in plot, but beautiful in prose. Osborne writes about the complexity of the human psyche in such a way that the vividness and absolute truth in some sentences [...]

The Goddesses – Review

"Walking with a friend in the dark is better than walking alone in the light." Nancy wants nothing more than to forget her life in San Diego. Even more, she wants to forget why her and her family had to move to Hawaii in the first place. Meeting Ana, pronounced On-a, gives her a chance [...]

Truly Madly Guilty – Review

"It was interesting that fury and fear could look so much the same." Truly Madly Guilty is a book that dug it's way deep under my skin and planted itself firmly in my heart. It explores the idea of what can happen on an ordinary day. A day where a group of adults, neighbors and [...]

Fitness Junkie – Review

"Sugar is the devil, you know." Janey Sweet finds herself in the midst of a strange midlife crisis. Strange because rather than developing on it's own, her crisis is thrust upon her by her boss and business partner. Over breakfast Beau breaks the news that Janey is fat: the mother of all F*words to Beau, [...]

The Address – Review

"We all have our own magnificent prisons, even the queen, I'd venture." I love how fitting this quote is for both narrators in The Address. Each woman, separated by a hundred years, is trapped in a prison unique to them. Sara, a woman in the 1880's, running a hotel in England before being hired to [...]