Review: Water And Blood (The Merworld Trilogy #1)

Author: B. Kristin McMichael.
Genre: Fantasy, Romance. 
Rating: đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«


Beaches, sun, and swimming was what Whitney thought she’d get when she moved all the way across the country to the Atlantic Coast. It was a chance to start over, a fresh start outside the paranormal night human world she grew up in. She was ready to be a normal human; one who didn’t have to worry about drinking blood or all the fighting that went on in that world.

Perfectionist Sam did everything well. He protected his family and friends as he swore he would. He had jobs to help everyone survive while they hid in plain sight. He even taught swimming lessons. His life was perfect, at least until Whitney showed up in his town. Without thinking of the consequences, Sam makes a choice to follow his heart for a change. That choice changes everything, maybe for better or for worse.
After one year of getting used to her new reality, Whitney discovers that maybe she was never meant to leave the night human world after all. Deciding to take swimming lessons, she is paired with high school hottie, Prince Sam as her friends called him. That one decision changes her life, and she’s quickly thrown right back into the night human world she thought she was getting away from. The only question is: Can she survive going back?

Cover Review

The cover is simply beautiful. It's magical and I love the fact that the girl in the cover looks exactly like Whitney. Trust me, I've seen covers with faces that have nothing to do with the characters in them whatsoever. So yes, I loved this cover!

Book Review:

First of all, thanks to Fiction-Atlas for the review copy!

It's been a very long time since I read a mermaid novel. Water And Blood was therefore much appreciated and refreshing.

I loved that it wasn't all pink and purple, all magical and fairytale-ish. I don't really enjoy those kind of books. 

I loved Whitney's sass and her million questions. I loved that Sam was a good guy, unlike his people. I especially loved that the characters were well written. 

She was sitting in the shower with the hot guy she had a crush on, and he was offering to feed her blood. Yep, it had to be Alternate Universe Day.

My most favorite part though, was the ending. It was well written and perfect. The perfect ending I could've asked for. 

Water And Blood has sarcasm, wit, love, the usual 'problem' and an extremely well devised 'solution'. To sum it up, it's a perfect package.

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Have you read any such non-fairytale-ish mermaid novel? Let me know in the comments so my tbr list can grow even longer!

Discussion: Re-Reading!

Re-reading a favorite novel is so much fun! I love re-reading my favorite novels from time to time. 

In fact, recently, I always have a book that I'd be simultaneously re-reading with whichever book I was currently reading for reviewing purposes.

It feels good to read a book and know that you don't have to remember it's flaws or plus points or analyse it in any way. You know, reading for just the pleasure of reading.

Currently, I'm re-reading Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets.

Re-reading sort of feels like coming back home after a trip, everything is so familiar and comforting!

Do you re-read your favorite books often? Which is the one book that you have re-read so many times that you've lost count?

For me, the answer is The Fault In Our Stars. I find Hazel's story so relatable and comforting. It's kinda my safe haven.

Looking forward to your answers in the comments! :)

Review: Dreams Collide

Author: Kristina Beck.
Genre: Romance.
Rating: đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«


Tina craves adventure, food, and her new client, restaurant owner Gerry.

At sixteen, Tina was full of energy, fearless, and desperate to get out of New Jersey. But her dreams shattered when her mother died tragically. She was thrust into the role of mothering her family while hiding the horrible truth of that day.

Now that Tina feels she’s paid her penance, she wants to rediscover the ambitious girl she used to be. With her new dream job and a move to Hoboken, it’s her time to spread her wings. Tina’s first client is a restaurant owner who tempts her—not only with food but with himself. She’d felt this kind of attraction only once before in college and is flooded with memories of an unforgettable kiss. One of her biggest regrets.

Gerry desires anonymity, a new life, and the beautiful website designer Tina.

Gerry fled Germany to escape the destruction of his reputation. After months of staying under the radar, he opens a restaurant in New York City. When he hires a website design firm, Gerry finds himself working closely with Tina—whom he had a taste of years ago and now finds a sweet indulgence.
Even as they admit their attraction to each other, an unexpected circumstance threatens to separate them again. Will their love be strong enough to give up their dreams? Or will someone be left behind?

Cover Review:

I love the cover, even though I'm seeing it just now. I didn't see the cover when I requested the book, nor when I read it, because the file didn't have one. But when I did see it on Goodreads, I fell in love with it instantly. It's just so beautiful. 

Book Review

First of all, thanks to United Indie Book Blog for the review copy!

Dreams Collide is the second book in the Collide series. You can check out the first book here: Lives Collide.

Dreams Collide starts off with a lot of humor and sarcasm. I laughed so much while reading this book, and that made me fall in love with it instantly. 

I loved Tina and Gerry's conversations, their jokes and all the underlying tension that they were trying to hide while being 'just friends'. 

I loved Tina for her selflessness when she needed to be selfless and yet doing what's best for her -even though it meant leaving Gerry- when the time was right. 

I loved Gerry for being so passionate about his dreams and yet being ready to give them all up for the girl he loved, eveb though it meant letting her go. 

I also loved all of the supporting characters, they were all really awesome in their own ways! 

Dreams Collide made me laugh, made me cry and made me fall in love with it. And let me tell you, it wasn't a tough job. 

Dreams Collide releases on 5 December, so be sure you have it added to your wishlist and grab it as soon as you can! Of course, if Romance is your genre. 

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I'd love to talk about this book if you decide to read it! Just let me know in the comments! 💖💖

Review: Fangirl

AuthorRainbow Rowell
Genre: Young Adult.
Rating: đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«


The New York Best Selling Author Rainbow Rowell brings to you her second book- a romantic fiction ‘Fangirl’. This is Cath's story. Until now, Cath shared her whole world with her twin sister Wren. Cath and Wren are going to college now and Wren does not want Cath to be her roommate. Cath now is on her own and steps in a completely new world, out of comfort zone. Life is calling for Cath to open her heart and accept the change. Separated from her only source of comfort, she is left with much to deal with; namely the anxiety, rude room-mate, her always-around boyfriend and the life as a freshman. The change is huge.
Growing up without a mother the twins were extremely close. She grows up as a shy, introvert girl where her sister was her only friend and the only link to social world. Will Cath be able to embrace the change? Will she be able to find balance in her life? Life is all about finding and balancing things that hold importance; this book will take readers to a journey, exploring many themes of life as we grow and move on.

Cover Review:

The cover is artistic and simple and screams Cathy. It's so in sync with the novel and just the kind of cover I love.

Book Review:
Fangirl is a story of two twin sisters, Cathy and Wen, and how their lives change after they join college.

Until high school, the sisters had been inseparable. They had fun together, they liked same things and they co-authored a fanfic about their favorite novel series.

But after joining college, things changed. Wen made new friends and started going out, partying and having fun. Cathy on the other hand was an introvert. She stayed in her room and wrote her fanfic.

The story progresses as Cathy tries to fit into the college life, make some friends and find her real sister.

The story is truly touching and very realistic. It has everything just the right amount. No exaggerated love stories or anything, it might as well have been a real life story! 

This book is a must read for everyone who's looking for some out of the box, YA fiction!

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Have you read Fangirl? Yeah? Did you love it as much as I did? Let me know in the comments! 💖💖

Review: As Long As You Hate Me

Author: Carrie Aarons.
Genre: Romance.
Rating: đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«



High school sweethearts. What a load of bull.

He might have been my first love, but it never meant I wanted to hear lyrics containing my name, love story, and *cringe* how I lost my virginity peddled out for the masses to digest.

Seven years later, and I’m still being haunted by his photo in every magazine, his music on every radio station. I thought breakups meant that you never had to see the person again. Especially when they ripped out your heart and made hamburger meat with it.

But when a chance encounter ends up going viral, I’m tied to him in a way I’ve always dreaded. And the last person on earth I’d want to spend an hour with, much less a lifetime, makes me an offer I can’t refuse. I might just be desperate enough to take it.


The girl in the song is real. And she’s made me a rich man.

I’ve been dedicating choruses to her for a decade, she’s the muse she never wanted to be. Off of our love, I’ve become famous … and a complete egomaniac.

When another one of my flings goes off the rails, and lands me in hot water with the media, my recording label is less than thrilled. And so comes the marching orders from my agent; devise a scheme to transform into a squeaky clean good guy.

Coming face to face with her is something I’ve only dreamed about. If not to win her back, then to at least apologize for the ways I’ve exploited her. Instead, I rope her into my madness, proposing a deal only a masochist would accept.

Cover Review:

I love the cover, it's so in keeping with the novel, so beautiful and I don't know what else to say, I just love it! 💖

Book Review:

Thanks to United Indie Book Blog for the review copy!

The only thing that I can say I didn't like was the fact that it ended so soon! I was having so much fun!

I loved both the protagonists. And their POVs. Both of them, Kara and Dean made me laugh, grin, roll my eyes and fall in love with them.

I loved Kara for her independent spirit as well as her vulnerable side. I loved her badass-ness and her kindness.

Looking at him gives me a stomach ache, the kind where nausea and butterflies mix. You know he can't be good for you, but Goddamn it, you want to devour him anyway.

I loved Dean for his cockiness and the usual bad boy charm, but also for the deep love he had for Kara.

Together, I loved them for creating this masterpiece of a story of their life!

As Long As You Hate Me was entertaining right from the beginning. The first chapter ends with Kara slapping Dean. I actually highlighted that sentence and added a 'Go girl!' note to it, that's how much it had already captured me! And it only got better as it progressed, mind you!

As Long As You Hate Me was steamy, sexy, heart warming and tear jerking all at the same time and I loved every single bit of it! 💖

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Is there any book that made you feel all of the things I felt when reading this book? If there is, let me know in the comments! I'm always looking for more books to add to my tbr, even though I have hundreds in already! 😉

Review: I Can See You

Author: Michael Leese.
Genre: Mystery Thriller. 
Rating: đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«


A serial killer dubbed the “Face Ripper” is taunting police. His victims are businessmen with links to the military and with no clues to work on, pressure is mounting on police.
Sounds like the perfect job for autistic detective Jonathan Roper, but he’s been snapped up by the bosses at GCHQ. They want to find out if his unique method of analysis can make the difference in the war on terror. The spy chiefs have even dragged in Roper’s old boss Brian Hooley, and the veteran Detective Chief Inspector is the perfect foil for the enigmatic younger man.They soon realise that, in the secret world, nothing is as it seems. It doesn’t take long for Hooley to start pining for a nice, simple, murder inquiry. As his mother used to warn him. ‘Be careful what you wish for.’
If you like gritty thrillers with a twist of Holmes and Watson then this is the book for you

Cover Review

As I always say, mystery novels have the best covers. So does this one. I love how colorful it is and I especially love the subtitle, Psychopaths hide in plain sight. It gave me the chills!

Book Review:

The blurb of this book sounds really awesome and that's why I requested this ARC from StoryCartel

I loved the idea of a lead character who wasn't perfect. And I loved Jonathan Roper. His character was intriguing, he made me laugh at times with his bluntness, and to be absolutely honest, he was adorable. 

Jonathan Roper and Brian Hooley were my favorites from the novel. 

Though the novel itself, I found a bit lacking. I had to struggle through it a lot. I try to not give up on a book, and that's why I tried my best and finished reading this book. 

I must admit the ending was really good, but there were many chapters where o was so confused I had no idea what was happening. At times, the conversations between characters got so technical that they were hard to understand. 

Despite that, I did finish it because quite frankly, I wanted to know what happens next and also if my guess about the killer was correct. And it was. 

So yes, even though it wasn't an easy read, I had fun reading it (half of the time) and I'm happy that I made it to the end. 

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If you've already read this book, I'd love to know what you thought about it! 

Review: Sweet Sleep (Children Of The Ankh #1)

AuthorKim Cormack
Genre: Dark Paranormal, Fantasy & Romance.
Rating: đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«


What would you do if you discovered that everything you've ever known to be your reality was a lie? What if...the things that go bump in the night; things you thought were simply a figment of your wild imagination are in fact very real?

Would you live your life differently, if you knew you were going to be corrected...erased from this world sometime around your sixteenth birthday?

You and your twin sister were never meant to be born. There will be no place to run...No place to hide...You won't even know they're coming...Do you have what it takes to survive your Correction?

Do you have what it takes to leave your humanity behind?

If your answer is yes then hold on's going to be one hell of a ride!

Cover Review (Kindle Edition)

The cover is full of symbols and they've been overlaid over each other, giving the cover a crowded look, which didn't appeal to me much. I would have preferred if the main symbol (which I'm assuming is the symbol of Ankh) was the only one there. 

But yeah, this is one of those books where you'd regret judging by the cover. 

Book Review

I'd been kinda hesitant while requesting this book for review. The reason was that the blurb told me nothing about the story. The blurb was also why I requested it. I was intrigued by it. I wanted to know what a correction was. I wanted to know about this new story.

And now I do. 

Sweet Sleep is what The Hunger Games and Divergent might have had as a baby if they hooked up. I'm serious. 

Kayn was an awesome and strong protagonist. She was a fighter from the start and I loved her. I loved her sense of humor even more! 

Kevin was the perfect best friend to-be boyfriend ever! I loved their friendship and just how much they understood each other. Their bond was so well displayed that it touched my heart. 

All of the supporting characters had their own unique quirks and I loved them all. 

Sweet Sleep was fast paced, full of adventure, exciting, heart breaking and heart warming all at the same time. 

It's been a while since I've laughed along with a character as much as I did with Kayn and Kevin. I've also not cried as much as I did with them.

So yeah, Sweet Sleep has left me emotionally wrecked and I have no idea what I'm gonna do with my self.

I got this book as a review copy from Fiction-Atlas (Thanks!) and I really hope I'll be able to acquire the next book in the series. I have to read it!

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New Book!: Small Great Things by Jodi Picoult

I've been lusting over this book since it came out! Jodi Picoult is my absolute favorite author and I so wanted to read this book! 

And now, finally, I have it! 

I would've bought it earlier, but I've been pretty broke for a while. 

So thanks to our former Prime Minister, Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, I finally got this beauty on his birthday a.k.a. Children's Day in India! 

Though I'm technically not a 'child' anymore, but for my parents I'll always be, right? And so I got this awesome book as a Children's Day gift from my Dad! And that too, Hardcover! 💖💖

*full fangirl mode ON! *

I'm so excited to read this! I loved it's blurb and as it is by Jodi Picoult, I'm pretty sure I'm gonna love it!

Have you read Small Great Things? How much did you like it? Or did you just love it? Because I'm pretty sure I will!

-Anky. đŸ«

Know more about Small Great Things: Small Great Things

Know more about Jodi Picoult: Jodi Picoult

Review: The Organ's Speech

Author: U.F. Shah
Genre: Poetry
Rating: đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«


In a language spoken by the heart the voice in this book will break you, but only to then love you and empower you. The Organ’s Speech takes you on a journey of being lost, loved and found.

Cover Review:

The cover is an artistic representation of the human heart, and to me, it feels like the perfect cover for this book. Because, in a way, The Organ's Speech is the artistic representation of the Heart. 

Book Review:

The Organ's Speech is a unique and beautiful combination of poetry and prose. The book is divided into three parts, Lost, Loved and Found. 

Though I loved all of it, my favorite was the first part, Lost. The poems and prose in Lost were honest and true. They depicted the harsh realities of our world in the most beautiful way. 

The poems and prose in Love were more positive. They talked about love. All kinds of it. They were sweet and brought a smile to my face. 

The third part, Found, talked about finding. Finding yourself, finding your love and finding the right one. They were filled with hope and joy and were all very beautiful. 

I loved The Organ's Speech immensely and I'm glad I got a chance to read an ARC of this beautiful book! (A big Thank You to Goodreads and the author!)

Review: The Running Game

Author: L.E. Fitzpatrick
Genre: Urban Thriller
Rating: đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«


Her father called it the running game. Count the exits, calculate the routes. Always be ready to run because they'll always be coming for you. Whatever happens, they'll always be coming for you.

Rachel had let her guard down and they had found her. She could run now, leave the city and try her luck beyond the borders, but with no money and a dark secret to hide her chances of survival are slim.

But then she meets two brothers with a dangerous past and secrets of their own. Can they help her turn the game around?
This is the first installment of the Reacher series. Set in a grim and not too distant future, this urban thriller will keep you hooked until the last page.

Cover Review:

The cover is dark yet strangely inviting enough. I liked it! Could've been better, but atleast it's not a bad one!

Book Review:


The Running Game was fast-paced, exciting and an absolute fun to read! 

I loved the characters, I loved the plotline, I loved the writing style, it was just perfect. 

I loved Rachel with her sass, Charlie and John's sweet relationship, Roxy's being-a-jerk-ness?? and everything in between. 

My most favorite parts were the arguments that took place between Roxy and John. They always made me laugh. 

The Running Game made me laugh, gasp, giggle, scare and raised goosebumps all over my arms. 

In a few words, The Running Game was absolutely awesome!

Have you read The Running Game? If yes, then I'd love to know your thoughts about it! 

Review: Dying Breath

Author: Helen Phifer
Genre: Mystery & Suspense.
Rating: đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«


Take a breath. Pray it’s not your last.
Just a few months after a terrifying case that nearly took her life, Detective Lucy Harwin is back with her squad in the coastal town of Brooklyn Bay – and this time, she’s faced with a case more horrifying than anything she’s encountered.

Along with her partner, Detective Mattie Jackson, Lucy is investigating what appears to be a vicious but isolated murder; a woman found bludgeoned to death on a lonely patch of wasteland.

But when a second victim is discovered strangled in an alleyway, then a young family shot in their own home, Lucy and the team must face the unthinkable reality - a killer is walking the streets of their town.

While Lucy and the team try to find the link between these seemingly unconnected murders, they uncover a disturbing truth – these murders are replicating those carried out by infamous serial killers.
Lucy must get to the killer before he strikes again. But he’s got his sights on her, and is getting ever closer… Can she save herself, before she becomes the final piece in his twisted game?

Cover Review:

The cover is spooky, silent, kinda gives the feeling as if something is lurking just beneath the surface (or am I reading too much into it?!) and I love it! 

Book Review:

First of all, thanks to NetGalley and Bookouture for giving me a chance to read and review this awesome book!

Dying Breath was chilling, exciting and so very awesome. 

I love psychological thrillers and especially the ones with serial killers. I love trying to figure out a killer's pattern, and who he/she might be. 

Dying Breath was everything the blurb promised and more! It was exciting, it was full of suspense and just plain awesome.

Lucy Harwin was a strong and real character. I loved her for her dedication to her job, and because she wasn't a super-human ;) 

Dying Breath kept me on my toes, gave me goosebumps and made me look twice at everyone I saw for a whole day (seriously, you could turn into a serial killer's next target by just being in the same shopping center with him!) 

Basically, I loved it. 

Review: Dead Silence

Author: K.G. Reuss
Genre: Paranormal Fiction
Rating: đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«


I’m Everly, and I see dead people.

The dead are supposed to be silent. Supposed to be resting in peace. But they aren’t. They’re vicious and loud. They aren’t resting. I know because I hear them. They steal my peace from me. The constant chatter drives me crazy. They’re the stuff nightmares are made of. I’m living a walking horror movie. They’ve haunted me since I was a little girl. Every attempt at finding peace and quiet is thwarted. They want something from me.

Then there’s Shadow. He’s been with me for as long as I can remember. A formidable, powerful being that incites fear all on his own. But he’s my protector, slaying the demons that get too close and saving me from whatever seeks to harm me, even myself. He wants something from me too.

Those in the know say I’m special, a Special to be more exact. All I want is to be a normal girl, concerned with boys and clothes and having fun. Why can’t the dead be silent for a change?

My fear and destiny collide to bring me to the doorstep of the last place I expected. I won’t be alone. He’ll be there. Shadow. And so will the dead.

Because I’m never alone. . .
The Everlasting Chronicles is an exciting brand-new serial that will follow Everly as she learns more about who she is and what her role is. Dead Silence is the first book in the serial.

Cover Review:

The cover is dark, it oozes danger and strength and it's absolutely enchanting. 
Book Review:

1 sitting. 3 hours. 

That's what it took for me to finish this absolutely wow book. It was interesting right from the start, and through to the end. Never a dull moment. 

There were parts that scared the shit out of me too, and gave me the creeps. At a point, I even freaked out at a moving reflection (of my own hand, no less)  I saw from my periphery and almost screamed out loud. It was that engaging. 

I lost track of time as I read this book. I'd been planning on reading just a few chapters, but my plans always fail! Dead Silence was too good to put down after just a few chapters. 

I loved the characters, I loved the suspense, and I am so looking forward to reading Broken Shadow! 

Review: Special Minds

Author: Ally K.
Genre: Romance, Science Fiction.
Rating: đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«


"If I could split my mind, make another me, would I just see myself like in a mirror? Or would I see through two sets of eyes? And if one of us died, would it feel like me? Could I keep on living? Or wouldn’t I feel anything at all?"
If you would live your whole life in pain, do you think it would affect you? When mental and psychological pain become physical, it's hard not to change, and Millicent Kale changed a lot.
Grief, hurt and pain follow Milly every day, but when the closest person she has dies, Milly uncovers that she's not quite human. And she's not alone.
Fate entangles her live with a man she would rather avoid, yet in the end making her listen to reason. Of course it's really hard not to listen to your inner self, when she can actually punch you.
"Special Minds", a love story, with fantasy parts that make the story work. You'll find fun sidekicks, strong characters and topics that will make you think more on today's social and psychological problems.

Cover Review:

I didn't really like the cover for this one. It's too simple for my taste. 🙁

Book Review:

Special Minds is a really unique story, with a concept that's new, refreshing and totally unlike anything I've read before!

My favorite thing about this book was the fact that even though it's a sci-fi novel, you don't realize that until you're like 30% in. I liked that I got to see Milly's 'normal' life before delving into the sci-fi part. 

The characters were well built and real, their story enjoyable and the overall experience was a good one! 

I finished Special Minds in one day, not because it was short, but because it was irresistible. 

The ending though. A cliffhanger! That's SO unfair! I'm dying of curiosity here!!! 

I guess I'll just have to wait for the next book in the series...

Review: My Love Is Blue

Author: Rosemary Danielis
Genre: Romance
Rating: đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«


When Julian, an artist and the love of Emma’s life, dies, Emma loses herself in one dark canvas after another finding, underneath the layers of paint, a tormented dreamlike place where they can still be together.

But retreating from reality comes with a price.

Desperate and running out of money to pay her rent, Emma is forced to open up her locked-down existence to take on off-duty Police Officer Grayson Tate. He’s opinionated, arrogant and completely charming with a burning desire to learn how to paint, specifically from Emma.

Having to deal with Grayson sends Emma’s dormant emotions into a tail-spin. How can she possibly fall in love with Grayson without betraying Julian and the love they shared?
When Emma becomes a key suspect in an art fraud ring, she is thrust out of the safety of her studio and must finally take charge of her feelings and her future.

Cover Review:

The cover is colorful, in keeping with the title and the novel, and utterly beautiful! I love it! love is blue! 💙

Book Review:

Oh my God! 

First of all, a very big thank you to Fiction-Atlas and the author for providing me with an ARC of this utterly beautiful book! 

The cover drew me in the instant I looked at it. It's colorful, beautiful and absolutely magnificent. 

And the novel was even more amazing!

I started reading this book around 10 PM. I had just read and reviewed a book before dinner, so I was planning on reading a couple of chapters and then going to bed. But I couldn't stop. 

'One more chapter' led me to finish the book in 3 hours, with happy tears swimming in my eyes while I flipped over the last page. 

The story itself was well written, had absolutely intricate and yet simple characters, a perfect villian (mean, with no conscience whatsoever, greedy, blah blah blah)

The littlest things made this novel come to life, magnified its beauty by a million times. Like the drawing Grayson drew the very first time, which Emma finds in his pocket after all the time. And the whole shoe thing.

So yeah, I absolutely, with my whole heart loved My Love Is Blue.

Review: The Beast Within

Author: S.L. Perrine
Genre: Fantasy
Rating: đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«


It's easy to accept the supernatural aspects of life when you're raised to hunt demons. You're less likely to believe your eyes when the demon that comes out of your closet becomes the man you'd once loved.

Renee finds out, she is not only destined to rid her world of the monsters, but she is supposed to help the monsters defeat the curse put on them by her own father. Finding out she'd been born over and over again within one-hundred years, Renee struggles to believe she is a princess from another world, destined to find the ultimate power to bring down a tyrant.
Pylira has spent one-hundred years under a dark curse, in an attempt to rid the world of the self-proclaimed Buio King. In doing so, the people of Pylira put the kingdom's daughter at the mercy of the curse. Now Tyson Cole needs to find the princess, and a way to bring her back to the real world and to him.

Cover Review:

Do I even need to say anything about this? This cover is like the cover! The kind of cover that alone is enough payback for your money! 

Book Review:

First of all, thanks to Fiction-Atlas and the author for providing me with an ARC of this book! 

The cover is absolutely W-O-W. It's beautiful, enchanting and something I'd definitely want to display on my shelf! 

The novel itself was pretty amazing too. 

I loved the whole concept, it was so new. The characters were new (species wise) the destinations were new and the story was new! 

Renee and Ty were both awesomely crafted characters, so were Chris and Tabby. 

The one think that kinda irritated me was how in a few instances where either Renee or Ty just yells, without any preceding notion of them being agitated. It felt a little weird, that's all.

By the time I reached 25%, I was like this book will probably get a 3 stars rating from me but now I have to give it a solid, well deserved 4.

The Beast Within was full of magic, dark and light and totally unputdownable. I couldn't finish it fast enough! And now I have to wait till April for the next book! No fair! 

Review: The Girl Who Came Back To Life

Author: Craig Staufenberg.
Genre: Fairytale. 
Rating: đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«


A fairy tale about love and loss, and how to live in a world filled with both...

When you die, your spirit wakes in the north, in the City of the Dead. There, you wander the cold until one of your living loved ones finds you, says "Goodbye," and Sends you to the next world.

After her parents die, 12-year-old Sophie refuses to release their spirits. Instead, she resolves to travel to the City of the Dead to bring her mother and father's spirits back home with her.
Taking the long pilgrimage north with her gruff & distant grandmother-by train, by foot, by boat; over ruined mountains and plains and oceans-Sophie struggles to return what death stole from her. Yet the journey offers her many hard, unexpected lessons-what to hold on to, when to let go, and who she must truly bring back to life.

Cover Review:

The cover is simple, yet artistic. Simple, yet beautiful. And I'm proud to display it on my shelf!

Book Review:

I got into reading when I was 13, and I never actually read any of the classic fairytales. Sure, I watched numerous movies and know all of the plots but I never actually read them. I guess I figured I was too old for them. 

The Girl Who Came Back To Life on the other hand is a fairytale for all ages. It's magical without having any magic at all. It's beautiful, meaningful and really amazing. 

The character of Sophie is intelligent, strong and real and I absolutely loved her. She was the sweetest fairytale heroine I ever met! 

I'm so so glad I got a chance to read this beautiful fairytale.

To the author (if he ever reads this): The Girl Who Came Back To Life made it to my favorites list! And not just that, it has become my favorite fairytale too!

Review: Moribund

Author: Genevieve Iseult Eldredge
Genre: Fantasy, Romance, LGBT.
Rating: đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«đŸ«


High school sophomore Syl Skye is an ordinary girl. At least, she’s trying to be. School photographer and all-around geek, she introverts hard and keeps her crush on sexy-hot glam-Goth star Euphoria on the down-low. But when a freak accident Awakens her slumbering power, Syl is forced to accept a destiny she never wanted—as the last sleeper-princess of the fair Fae.
Suddenly hunted by the dark Fae, Syl’s pretty sure things can’t get any worse. Until she discovers her secret crush, Euphoria, is really a dark Circuit Fae able to harness the killing magic in technology. Even worse, she’s been sent to destroy Syl. With mean girls and magic and dark Fae trying to kill her, it’ll take more than just “clap if you believe in fairies” to save Syl’s bacon—not to mention, her heart.

Cover Review:

The cover is colorful, beautiful and truly magical. It's definitely a keeper. Or one I'd like to keep, anyway! 😝

Book Review:

First of all, thanks to NetGalley and Monster Books for giving me a chance to read and review this awesome book!

Fantasy is one of my favorite genres and I love how each author creates something new and amazing which the same kind of characters!

Syl and Rouen are both such beautifully created characters that I'm not sure which one I love the best! I love Syl's sense of humor and I love how badass Rou is!

The story itself is full of magic, love, conflict, pain and another lot of magic. 

The concept of Moribund (the thing, not the novel per se) was extremely well created and I enjoyed every part of it! 

Excited to read the next book in the series!

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