★★★★ Publication date: February 2, 2021Grade level: 7-9Length: 384 Pages Summary In 1821 Elias Roch met and fell in love with a mysterious woman named Josephine De Clare. He wrote her a stack of love letters and a novel as he searched desperately through the English nobility for the woman of his dreams. In 2021… Continue reading Kayla’s Book Review: DEAREST JOSEPHINE
★★★★★ I hope everyone had a lovely Thanksgiving. Becky and I took a bit of a break from blogging to spend time with the family (and to let her team beat my team). Now, I'm back with another review! I was blessed by #NetGalley to receive an advanced e-book for #firekeepersdaughter, and it was the… Continue reading Magical Monday: FIRE KEEPER’S DAUGHTER
★★★ I was given an ebook of Fairy Godmothers, Inc. by Saranna DeWylde by #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. #FairyGodmothersInc "If love is the source of all the magic in the universe, and the town of Ever After, Missouri, is the epicenter of enchantment, then the locals are in dire need of a… Continue reading Kayla’s Book Review: FAIRY GODMOTHERS INC.
★★★★★ I just finished #EveryLastFear from #NetGalley, and I could not be more proud of my fellow Alabamian, Alex Finlay. This is a solid debut novel, and if it's not nominated for a best thriller award in 2021, I will be utterly shocked and appalled. SUMMARY: Matt Pine's family is famous...for all the wrong reasons.… Continue reading Kayla’s Arc Review: EVERY LAST FEAR
Yes, I know. We are nearly a full week into September. I've already reviewed my first novel for September. I was actually planning to add two more BOTM books to my September pile, but then I realized how crazy that was. After all, I'm back at work. My free time is limited. I'll be lucky… Continue reading Kayla’s September TBR
After reading McMahon's Promise Not to Tell and (my personal favorite) Don't Breathe a Word, I just had to request a copy of her newest book from #netgalley, and to my great surprise, I was approved! McMahon has a way of writing that is hauntingly beautiful. She can take a story of pain and triumph,… Continue reading Kayla’s Tantalizing Thursday: THE DROWNING KIND