Review

Wicked Lovely

And he smiled at her, truly smiled- wicked and lovely… Wicked Lovely has its fair share of flaws, but, despite everything, it still manages to be an entertaining read. 17-year-old Aislinn (“Ash”) has a secret: she can see faeries. When the faery find out about her ability, Ash is drawn into a centuries-old battle between… Read More Wicked Lovely

Review

Front Lines

Hate. The word alone made Rio queasy. How do you hate someone you’ve never met? Weren’t the Germans just soldiers doing what they were supposed to do? How could she kill someone like that? Front Lines takes a unique and eye-opening perspective on World War Two – the likes of which I haven’t ever before… Read More Front Lines

Review

Sweet Evil

There are moments when I hated Sweet Evil, and then there were moments when I was so engaged in what I was reading I couldn’t put it down. Wendy Higgins sets up a world where demons masquerade as humans, each responsible for inflicting one of the twelve deadly sins upon humanity. 16-year-old Anna Whitt is… Read More Sweet Evil

Review

Ice Like Fire

With its wonderful characters & fabulous romance, Snow Like Ashes became one of my favorite reads of 2014. Unfortunately, I was disappointed to find that its sequel, Ice Like Fire, didn’t quite live up to its wonderfulness. The book starts off where Snow Like Ashes ends: with the revelation that Meira is the true Queen… Read More Ice Like Fire

Review

The Kiss of Deception

Kiss of Deception is yet another example of a book being ruined by a superficial and underdeveloped love triangle. It really is a shame because, in all regards except for the romance, The Kiss of Deception is a relatively decent and enjoyable read otherwise. Princess Lea is to be betrothed to a complete stranger, so… Read More The Kiss of Deception

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