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2023 Book Review: Broken Bonds

Broken Bonds by J. Bree Paranormal Romance, Independently published in 2021 , 418 Pages  What I Didn’t Like: There were no trigger warnings listed or suggested. I checked the kindle version as well as the paperback and I didn’t see any. This book is not full of triggers but I am a firm believer in... Continue Reading →

2023 Book Review: Einstein in the Attic

Einstein in the Attic by Dana Dargos A Science Fiction, Independently Published in 2022, 357 Pages  What I Didn’t Like: This won’t affect my rating but it’s something that may help you decide between ebook and paperback. The print on the ebook is tiny and cannot be resized. Go for the paperback.  The dialogue is... Continue Reading →

2023 Book Review: The Wife Before

The Wife Before by Shanora Williams  Mystery/Thriller, 2022 by Dafina Books (Kensington publishing), 305 pages  What I Didn’t Like: The beginning was a little slow, and about the first 50-75 pages were really hard to keep my attention. Once it got past those i was happy for the setup in the beginning and the slow... Continue Reading →

2023 Book Review: The Ship of the Dead

The Ship of the Dead by Rick Riordan MG Fantasy, 2017 by Disney-Hyperion, 410 Pages  What I Didn’t Like: There are some slower spots in this one. They’re likely important and intentional but it’s worth mentioning. It made it feel longer than the first ones.  I’m a Loki fan. That’s dangerous with this series. More... Continue Reading →

2023 Book Review: Fall of Titan

Fall of Titan by HG Ahedi A Science Fiction, Independently Published in 2020, 295 Page  What I Didn’t Like: I don’t especially like starting a book with a list of characters. That being said, I just skipped it. No harm done. The fight scenes were a little choppy. I like the speed of them but... Continue Reading →

2023 Book Review: The Chase

The Chase by Elle Kennedy  Romance, 2018 by Bloom Books, 343 Pages What I Didn’t Like: Summer initially was a character that was very hard to like. She comes off at shallow and immature right away. I do think that as you get further she gets more depth as you are learning about her, but... Continue Reading →

2023 Book Review: Truly Madly Guilty

Truly Madly Guilty by Liane Moriarty A Contemporary, 2016 by Flatiron, 415 Pages  What I Didn’t Like: If you hate spoilers, skip this bubble. Content warning: drowning, death. Much of this one feels like nothing is happening. You’re essentially waiting to find out about something important but nothing much is happening, if that makes sense. ... Continue Reading →

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