Review: A Curse So Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer

I am always surprised to discover that when the world seems darkest, there exists the greatest opportunity for light. Prince Rhen is the heir of Emberfall and he was cursed by a powerful enchantress. He has to relive the autumn on his eighteenth birthday and turn into a horrible beast time after time until a…

5 Inspirational Books

When I need an inspiration I usually reach for the one book that I’m sure going to make me feel better. So, when I find myself scrolling around feeling down, I know it’s time to take my magical medicine: one of the following books, a huge cup of strong coffee and the cutest PJ’s ever….

Review: Spoilers! The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton

Camelia is a Belle. In New Orleans, everyone is born grey, colorless and not very attractive, except for the Belles, the descendants from an ancient beauty Goddess. It’s the magic that flows through their veins makes them beautiful and can make others beautiful as well. The highest position a Belle can get is becoming the…

Review: The Sky Above Us by Sarah Sundin

Adler Paxton left his home in Texas the night the terrible accident happened, the night his fiancé died. He ruined his life, his relationship with his parents, betrayed his younger brother Clay and almost killed his older brother Wyatt. Adler is certain that there is no way back home for him. He decides to join…

Review: The Painted Veil by W. Somerset Maugham

How can I be reasonable? To me our love was everything and you were my whole life. It is not very pleasant to realize that to you it was only an episode. Kitty is a spoiled lightheaded young woman, she rushes to marry Walter for all the wrong reasons; her little sister was engaged before…

Review: Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco

Victorian England. London is stunned by the horribly terrifying murders of young women. The murderer not only hunts his victims on the dark streets of London but he also cruelly cuts open their bodies. Scotland Yard comes to a dead end, with no clues that can lead them to the monster, they desperately search for…

Review: The Virgin Widow by Anne O’Brien

Anne Neville is the daughter of one of the most powerful men in England. Earl of Warwick was the one to help Edward of York to become a King. But when the Edward marries without Warwick’s approval, the famous Kingmaker proclaims he’s not a man to shove aside. The book follows Anne’s story as her…

Review: To Kill a Kingdom by Alexandra Christo

Technically, I’m a murderer, but I like to think that’s one of my better qualities. Lira is a siren Princess, the daughter of the sea Queen and the most dangerous of all underwater creatures. She dedicated her life to hunting and killing human Princes, she’s luring them with a song, drowning ships and rips out…

Review: Uprooted by Naomi Novik

The Wood is a mysterious forest, pretty much alive and cruel. It kidnaps people of Dvernik, deprives them of their will and changes beyond recognition. The dangerous creatures of the woods scared the people of Polnya for centuries. As a price for defending the people of the villages from the Wood, the Dragon, the powerful…

Best Books Read in 2018

So, 2019 is here and it’s time, to remember the most memorable books I read last year. I’m very happy with the books I managed to read and the amount of awesome books and series is amazing! I’m very impressed with so many of them! I’m hoping my next reading year will be as good…