Tag Archives: arc reviews

The Hanged Man – Clarissa Wild

Wow. This novella was packed full of emotions in such a small package. From the first page, I was completely invested in the story. You also feel so much emotional turmoil from each of the main characters in their respective narrative; my heart was aching for these fictional people who were clearly still in love […]

Burning Embers – Fiona Jeeves

Have you ever read a book that you start and you immediately think, “hmm, I don’t think I’m going to like this one, but I’m going to stick with it for a bit longer before calling it quits,” then you read a little more and–surprise!–you actually really enjoy it? This was one of those books […]

Untamed – Madeline Dyer

As I stated a few posts back, I’m a big fan of dystopian/post-apocalyptic. But since this is such a popular genre, it’s not always easy to find a book that’s well-written or one that I feel like I can connect with and get into. Thankfully, not only was this book well-written, but it was also […]

Society of Wishes – Elise Kova & Lynn Larsh

This was such a cool book. The authors took the concepts of magic and the afterlife and completely reinvented both to create a thoroughly unique and fascinating world unlike any other I’ve ever read. The book held my attention and made me desperate to learn more about this mysterious society. The main character, Jo, is an […]

The Wasteland – K.A. Knight

I’m a fan of the dystopian/post-apocalyptic genres, so I was immediately intrigued by the blurb for this book. I’m not gonna lie, though; for the first third of this book, I didn’t particularly enjoy it. I honestly didn’t really like the heroine, nor did I feel like I could connect with her in any way. That’s […]

Bound By Magic – Sadie Moss

Okay, so if you’ve been reading my blog at all for the last couple of months, you know that I’ve been seriously into the reverse harem genre recently. It’s actually getting to the point where I’ve almost read everything that’s available right now, so when an RH ARC opportunity is presented, I make sure I take […]

The Connelly Boys – Lily Velez

There are some books you read the ARC of that you enjoy but aren’t immersed in the story or the “world” or the characters enough to warrant the subsequent book hangover. Then there are books like The Connelly Boys. Once I started reading this book, I couldn’t stop. From the first chapter, I was hooked. It helps […]

Wolf Bound – Holly Hook

This was a quick, fun read. In some ways, it was your stereotypical teen drama (albeit with a paranormal twist) with unrequited crushes, mean girls, and your usual cattiness involved in high school. In other ways, it was an entertaining read that kept my interest. Cayden is dark and mysterious and instantly draws Brie’s–and everyone […]

Ravenite – Alicia Rades

This was such an engrossing read for me. It had just enough depth that made it interesting, and the heroine was quippy and sardonic, which is just how I like them 😉 Rachel Collins is a low-level witch on a mission to find and save her sister from the vampires who murdered her parents. While […]

The Darkest Frost, Pt. 2

(Please keep in mind that this is the SEQUEL to The Darkest Frost, so if you haven’t read that, go BACK and READ IT NOW. Go ahead. I’ll wait…) Okay, did you read the first book? Good. Now grab a cup of coffee and settle in… 😉 Wow. After finishing the second (and final) installment […]