ARC Review: A People’s History of Heaven by Mathangi Subramanian

"It's not easy to be a girl. But trust me, my dear. It is much, much harder to be a woman." Published: March 19, 2019 Publisher: Algonquin Books Pages: 304 (Hardcover) Series: N/A - Standalone     Early on, we girls learn that life owes us nothing, that womanhood is a spectrum of nuisances, heartbreak, … Continue reading ARC Review: A People’s History of Heaven by Mathangi Subramanian

ARC Review: The Night Olivia Fell by Christina McDonald

The truth, after all, only mattered as much as you allowed it to.  Published: February 5, 2019 Publisher: Gallery Books Pages: 368 (Kindle) Series: N/A - Standalone   What do you do when you know something and nobody will listen? When you need answers and nobody will provide them? When you can't trust anybody to … Continue reading ARC Review: The Night Olivia Fell by Christina McDonald

Review: A Curious Beginning by Deanna Raybourn

In my experience it is the trouble you do not anticipate that is the most dangerous.  Published: September 1st, 2015 Publisher: Berkley Books Pages: 340 (Kindle) Series: Veronica Speedwell Mystery #1     "My dear Veronica, I'm surprised you have not already learned- everyone had a capacity for cruelty. Not everyone gets the chance to … Continue reading Review: A Curious Beginning by Deanna Raybourn

ARC Review: The Highland Renegade by Amy Jarecki

His Lairdship couldn't possibly harbor feelings for her... just as she should not have any feelings for him.  Published: January 8, 2019 Publisher: Forever Pages: 368 (Kindle) Series: Lords of the Highlands #5     He was her father's sworn enemy. And now she was in his care, what would the chieftain of Clan Grant … Continue reading ARC Review: The Highland Renegade by Amy Jarecki

Review: The Corner of Holly and Ivy by Debbie Mason

Connor Gallagher had been her first love. And, at one time, she'd thought he'd be her only love.  Published: October 30, 2018 Publisher: Forever Pages: 366 (Paperback) Series: Harmony Harbor #7   No matter how conflicting her feelings for Connor, she was positive of one thing: She couldn't go back to the life she'd been … Continue reading Review: The Corner of Holly and Ivy by Debbie Mason