Well, it’s been a while since Jenica and I have continued our When Old Meets New blog series, and that has been entirely my fault. I’ve been such a mood reader lately, and while I wound up devouring the entire Wild Aces series by Chanel Cleeton once I picked them up, I really dragged my feet on Velvet Song despite being the one who picked it. But we’re back! And ready to power through the rest of this reading series!!
I recently remember that I have a blog and that it’s fun for me to post things here, so I started going back through my drafted posts and realized I was overdue to share my list of most anticipated books of spring. A few of these are already out now, but there’s never a bad time to get excited about new books! Continue reading
Ok, first, for myself, I have to clarify that this is NOT a TBR! I’m not committing or pressuring myself into reading these! But I was going through my kindle and found a bunch of books I was excited about but keep forgetting to read, so I thought I’d organize them into a post as a reminder. Continue reading
Ok, so this post is more than a month behind, because it’s meant to cover December, January, and February releases, but better late than never! I just started putting together a list of books I’m planning to pick up in the coming months and thought I’d just formalize it into a blog post! Continue reading
It’s been a while since I’ve done a review! I’m so excited to be back with a new urban fantasy from Ilona Andrews as well as new historical romances from Kate Bateman and Grace Burrowes.
While I lamented how little I read this year in my 2020 recap post, I still read a fair amount overall, so there’s a lot to choose from for my favorites! I enjoyed a number of books immensely this past year (and will give them a shoutout in this post!), but there are a few that standout as some new all-time favorites that I’m sure to reread. Continue reading
Is it worth it to make 2021 reading goals when I so thoroughly ignored my 2020 goals? Probably not, but it’s fun for me to make a list of reading goals, so I’m going to do it anyways! Here’s hoping they go better than they did this past year. Continue reading
I’m back! At least for a little while. The last few months since I got a puppy, started a new job, and moved have been crazy busy, but I have this week off (which I am super excited about), so I figured I’d spend some time blogging and talking about my reading and knocking out a few year-end posts! Continue reading
In case you missed it on Twitter, I got a puppy! His name is Darcy, and he’s adorable, but wow is he a handful! I also started a new job recently, so between those two big life changes, I’m not reading and reviewing a ton these days, which is why I’m getting this blog post up later than I’d like. But better late than never! Keep reading for my thoughts on the latest historicals from Lorraine Heath and Diana Quincy as well as Olivia Dade’s new contemporary romance. Continue reading
I have two wildly different book to talk about again in my latest arc roundup, and they’re both great for such different reasons! Keep reading to find out what I think of Common Goal by Rachel Reid, the latest m/m hockey romance in her Game Changers series, as well as Courtney Milan’s newest historical romance, The Duke Who Didn’t.