Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review. The Pearl is third installment in Tiffany Reisz's "Godwicks" series, a legacy romance series following the Godwick family's love lives beginning with The Red and continued in The Rose. The Pearl picks up six months after Lia's wedding… Continue reading Review: The Pearl, by Tiffany Reisz
Read this as soon as you can. It's wonderful.
Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this novel from the author for review. I did not receive compensation; all opinions are my own. Ok. First, let me say it's come to my attention (via this book) that there's an annoying lack of dystopian-near-future novels out there from non-Christian perspectives. Hang onto that thought, because I'm… Continue reading Review: Knight in Paper Armor, by Nicholas Conley
I received an ARC of this book for review via NetGalley. If you follow along with my reviews and my blog, you'll know I'm an exceptional sleeper. I am happy to nod off mid-sentence or mid-movie whenever necessary, so it's rare for me to pick up something I'm willing to lose sleep over. I lost… Continue reading Review: Sin Eater by Megan Campisi
Disclosure: I received an Advanced Reading Copy of The Priest to review. You know that feeling you get at the end of the best stories? It’s oh-dark-thirty in the morning, you’re exhausted, completely emotionally drained from the wildly unpredictable ride, it hurts to close the book and say goodbye to the characters, and you can’t… Continue reading Review: The Priest by Tiffany Reisz
I should preface this review by admitting an important detail: Amanda Lovelace hooked me for life with her first book, the princess saves herself in this one, and I've picked up everything she's released since. break your glass slippers is the start of a new series, "you are your own fairy tale", which explores the… Continue reading Review: break your glass slippers, by Amanda Lovelace
Yet again, I spent a sleepless night in bed and it's all Tiffany Reisz's fault. You'd think, having read all of the Original Sinners series, that I would learn my lesson and at least start an anthology of short stories set in that universe on a Friday night. Nope: foolishly assuming I could put Winter… Continue reading Review: Winter Tales by Tiffany Reisz
I spent most of the last five months purging, cleaning, painting, packing, selling, buying, cleaning, unpacking, and purging. See what's not on that list? Yeah...even my journal hasn't gotten any writing lately. Moving is more time consuming now than it was in college: the books alone take a while to get settled. My new office… Continue reading Famine to Feast: Fall Deadlines