Genre: Cozy mystery Read: August 22-24, 2020 Verity Long lives in a small town, she can talk to ghosts and solves mysteries. She is dealing with her relationship changing, and her ghost gangster roommate is trying to find out why he was killed. Her calling to help ghosts is not going to plan, and it
I am back with another wrap up of what I have been reading. I find it easier to do it this way. Although next month for September Swoons, I will be posting a lot of romance book reviews. Just because I want to promote romance next month and give love to all of those wonderful
Last year I decided I was going to read mostly romance in September, and it was fun. This is my second year of doing this, and I have so many NetGalley ARCS I am going to be feeling the love all month long and then some. The reason I do it is because I enjoy
I am still finding my footing again when it comes to posting more content regularly, but I am trying my best. Today I thought it would be fun to do an end of summer book tag since I am now ready for fall and Halloween. I was not tagged and found these questions on a
I preordered this book when I saw someone share it on Twitter, and I thought it would be a quick read when I decided to pick it up. I am a huge fan of romance. In fact, that is why I did September Swoons last year, and I plan to do the same this year.
I have been having issues starting up my blog again, but it is something I do have a passion for. I want to dedicate more time and effort into my blog. Because it is something I want to share with the world and also maybe because I want more NetGalley approvals. Both are good reasons.
Thank you so much to Blackthorn Tours for allowing me to join this awesome tour. I read the book blurb and knew I could not pass it up. Book Blurb Kane Kulpa learned which laws could be bent and which broken after a short stint in prison courtesy of Detective Vincent Bayonne. Bound by time,
Today I am here to share an awesome blog tour with y’all. It is for the fifth book in the Edinburgh Crime Mysteries series. As a fan of police procedurals, I thought this book was fantastic. I could not stop reading and would highly suggest to those who enjoy crime thrillers and the like. I
Blog Tour I am a part of this awesome event, the The Borrowed Boy by Deborah Klée Blog Tour hosted by Rachel’s R Resources. The Borrowed Boy by Deborah Klée Release:August 1st 2020Format: EbookPublisher: Sherman HouseShared by: Rachel’s Random ResourcesFind it at: Amazon, Kindle, Books2read __ A borrowed boy, a borrowed name and living on borrowed time. What do you put on
BOOK BLURB & INFO For fans of “Call the Midwife”, “Hard Pushed” or “This is Going to Hurt”. Life Lessons is a new adult chick-lit medical drama, with splashes of clean romance.Expect an unputdownable emotional page-turner that will take you deep into the life lessons of a student midwife. Violet wants to be a midwife, but she has