Book, Crime, Fantasy, Kindle Unlimited, Non-fiction, Romance, series, Young Adult/Teen

Books Read In July

Some good, some bad this month. I don’t mean bad as in rubbish, just some I enjoyed more than others. The Beautiful Ones is my second book by Julia Sutton. I love her writing. Lover’s Moon is part of a series, a good one if this one is anything to go by. Except, it’s not… Continue reading Books Read In July

Book, Fantasy, Mystery, Post Apocolyptic, Romance, series

August Reading List

The Conned Lady is the one I’m starting with the month with, a friend asked me to read it, and I like it so far. I cannot remember where Bad Boys Make Broken Men came from. It is a prequel and just 48 pages long. Infected Waters is the second of a Zombie series. I… Continue reading August Reading List

Book, Fantasy, series, Young Adult/Teen

A Review of Unveiled by J M Northup

Karen’s Review This is the second book of the series Snoqualmie Valley Sasquatch. I read the first one two years ago. It continues the story of cousins, Jenna and Hannah and their normal every day life, except it isn’t normal. Jenna’s boyfriend is a Sasquatch called Adam. I enjoyed the two parallel worlds, and there… Continue reading A Review of Unveiled by J M Northup

Book, Fantasy, Romance

A Review of Lover’s Moon by Mark Leslie and Julie Strauss

Karen’s Review A friend suggested I read this book, but I was a little reluctant at first because it was Book 5 in a series. However, the more I read, the more I enjoyed it and glad I took the plunge. The opening prologue was morose. Something bad had happened, and Michael, one of the… Continue reading A Review of Lover’s Moon by Mark Leslie and Julie Strauss

Book, Crime, Fantasy, Romance, series

Books Read in June

Only four read this month, but Ignite was huge at over 500 words and took almost two weeks to get through. Ignite was second book of a series, and I loved it. The story was well written, exciting, and pulls at your emotions. Review of Ignite A Scream in the Night, frustrated me a little… Continue reading Books Read in June

Book, Fantasy, Romance

A Review of Belle and the Pirate by Vivienne Savage

Karen’s Review This has been such an enjoyable series. Belle and the Pirate is number four of this six book set. Belle is a tiny fairy, no bigger than a thumb. We already know her because she has appeared in previous books as Tinkerbell, a little sprite. Apart from the beautiful prose, and pretty formatting… Continue reading A Review of Belle and the Pirate by Vivienne Savage

Book, Crime, Fantasy, Romance, Thriller

June’s Reading List

I have say how much I enjoy planning my reading list. It’s something I’ve never done before. I used to pick random books from my kindle, or download one I saw advertised, then forget what’s on my kindle. I do occasionally add books, and if I run out of time, will move a book to… Continue reading June’s Reading List


Keeper of the Unicorn by Sahara Foley

Karen’s Review I don’t know what to say about this book. It’s probably the craziest story I’ve ever read! It’s a very short read about a man, a cat and a little women. Oh, and I shouldn’t forget the potato chip. If you want a good laugh, and spend an enjoyable half hour or so,… Continue reading Keeper of the Unicorn by Sahara Foley

Anthologies, Fantasy, Kindle Unlimited, Novella, Post Apocolyptic, Romance

Books Read in May

Enjoyable books all month, not a bad one in sight. Favourite? Catalyst. Infected Water, a Zombie story and the first of a series. I’ll probably read the next book at some point. Catalyst, a mafia romance, which I absolutely loved. Battle of the Heart, a good little anthology with some excellent stories and authors. Infinity,… Continue reading Books Read in May

Book, Fantasy, Mystery, Romance

Snow Queen by Ava Quintana

Entertaining and Intriguing Karen’s Magic Review This is another book that was free in the author’s newsletter. It’s a shorter read, and on a topic I’ve not read about before. Ballet is something I know nothing about, so I found it very entertaining. The story tells us about a young dancer who works her up… Continue reading Snow Queen by Ava Quintana