Review of The Daredevil by Dylan Allen

Have you read The Rivers Wild series by Dylan Allen? The Daredevil by Dylan Allen is part of that world, and it’s quite a read! Tyson Wilde is the youngest of the Wilde siblings and most likely to take a chance. Professionally he’s a daredevil, he enjoys taking chances and risks. He’s had his eyeContinue reading “Review of The Daredevil by Dylan Allen”

Review of the audiobook, In The Clear by Kathryn Nolan

Time to review the Suit Daddy himself, Abe Royal, the founder of Codex, a firm of investigators who specialize in rare book theft. This is book 3 in the Codex series, and I’ve read the first two in this series, however this book can be read or listened to as a stand alone. This bookContinue reading “Review of the audiobook, In The Clear by Kathryn Nolan”

House Plants and Succulents

Well, I don’t know what came over me yesterday! I’m in an app called Nextdoor and I really love it because it connects people in your immediate area. I have a lovely little book group there and we’re planning a socially distant meet up in a local park once everyone is vaccinated fully. But, asideContinue reading “House Plants and Succulents”

Review of I Pucking Love You by Pippa Grant

Ah, rom com is always at it’s best when in the hands of the master, Pippa Grant. With every release I think she can’t top it, then…she does. I Pucking Love You picks up shortly after the end of Charming as Puck (have you read this? If not, you should!) This is part of theContinue reading “Review of I Pucking Love You by Pippa Grant”

My review of Not So Sincerely, Yours (Book 2, For Him) by A. M. Johnson

I’m quite smitten with A.M. Johnson’s body of work. Her writing is emotionally mature and articulate and you’ll find yourself sighing while reading her novels. A. M. Johnson’s romance novels also touch on social issues; particularly mental health and LGBTQ acceptance. Her writing will leave you with a desire to do more in the fightContinue reading “My review of Not So Sincerely, Yours (Book 2, For Him) by A. M. Johnson”