Review: Courage to be Counted by Eleri Grace

Vivian is a strongminded independent woman, who is not afraid to join the Red Cross. As she waiting for her new easement overseas, she meets a handsome pilot Jack who also wants to contribute and take part in the war effort. They romance bloom very quickly, since they don’t have long time before they ship…

Review: Empire of Storms by Sarah J. Maas

It’s not a regular review, be prepared. It’s mostly me expressing my frustration about Aelin Galathynius and whining about it for ten minutes. I have a long history with Sarah J. Maas’s books. I loved the ACOTAR series and I read the Throne of Glass and Crown of Midnight and I liked them and OMG…

12 Days of Christmas Book Tag

It’s a week before Christmas, YAY! And that meant it’s time for a Christmasy book Tag. I came across this one created by LizzieLovesBooks. I’m tagging everyone who wants to participate! 1. A Partridge in a pear tree: Favorite Stand-Alone Book? The Great Alone, The Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society.   2. Two Turtle…

Review: Queen of Air and Darkness by Cassandra Clare

Finally laid my hands on the final book in The Dark Artifices series. The cliffhanger at the end of  Lord of Shadows almost killed me last year. I have no idea how I survived all of this waiting. Anyways… After the battle with Annabelle at the Council Hall the Blackthorns and their friends are trying…

Review: Archenemies by Marissa Meyer

Nova or by her villain name Nightmare has one goal; to revenge her family’s death and bring the heroes down. Many years ago, the Renegades broke their promise of keeping Nova’s family safe and since then she lived with only one purpose. When she finally has a chance to vengeance, she manages to get closer…

Review: Anne Boleyn: A King’s Obsession by Alison Weir

When Anne Boleyn, who received a brilliant upbringing in France, is back to England and introduced to King Henry VIII, she immediately charms him. A brave, intelligent, charismatic and beautiful woman she is convinced that women are born not only to obey men but they are equal to them and can rule kingdoms. Despising love…

Review: A Dangerous Inheritance by Alison Weir

The novel follows two young women Katherine Grey the sister of infamous Lady Jane Grey the Nine Days Queen and Katherine Plantagenet the illegitimate daughter of King Richard III. Almost a century apart between, their life stories have many similarities. They both fight for the right to marry the men they love and to reveal…

Favorite Fall Movies vol. 2

In Fall I’m in such a romantic mood and I must watch the sweetest movies ever! The perfect fall movie has to be: predictable, kind, heartwarming, extremely emotional and sentimental and very very romantic. A happy ending is a must too! So, here is my list of a few movies I like to rewatch every…

Review: Garden Spells by Sarah Addison Allen

Some people don’t know how to fall in love, like not knowing how to swim. They panic first when they jump in. Then they figure it out. The novel follows two very different sisters who get together after many years under the same roof and have to learn to be a family again. Somehow, they…

Review: A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness

Diana Bishop is a witch and a history professor, working on her research in Bodleian Library in Oxford. On one of her many days in the library, she finds an old alchemical manuscript. The magic that she was trying so badly to avoid for all of her life suddenly gets stronger, the mysterious book Ashmole…