The Witch of Willow Hall: A Book Review

Written by Hester Fox, this novel follows Lydia Montrose, the middle daughter of a wealthy family that has fled Boston on the heels of a devastating rumor about their family involving the eldest son whom we never meet. Now. Where to begin. I was enthralled with this novel. Sometimes, okay often, when you read a…Read more The Witch of Willow Hall: A Book Review

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The Last Wolf: A Book Review

THIS IS NOT FOR CHILDREN Written by Marie Vale, this novel follows Silver, a runt and cripple werewolf, as she is given an opportunity to avoid being nidling (a servant to the alpha pair) by saving Ti and trying to bring him into the pack. Okay, now that those things are out of the way:…Read more The Last Wolf: A Book Review

Girl in the Tower: A Book Review

This is the sequel to The Bear and The Nightingale¬†by Katherine Arden, the second of The Winternight Trilogy.¬†The Girl in the Tower follows Vasya, the daughter of a country prince in what is now Russia hundreds of years ago. Villages are burning, and Vasya sees demons (different from what the western world thinks of demons).…Read more Girl in the Tower: A Book Review

Blue Heaven, Black Night: A Book Review

This story follows Elise, the illegitimate child of Henry the II, raised by a Duke and his wife and heir to their lands, and Bryan, a knight and close friend of Henry shortly after the King's death. Mistaking her for a thief, the two are at each other's throats from the first. Until they grow…Read more Blue Heaven, Black Night: A Book Review

Monstrous Beauty: An Audio Book Review

Written by Elizabeth Fama, this novel follows a mermaid and the human lives she has affected throughout the centuries. Have y'all ever watched Dark Shadows? Now, I am talking about the extraordinarily long TV series, not the film staring Johnny Depp. This book is the mermaid version of the first 200 or so episodes. I…Read more Monstrous Beauty: An Audio Book Review