Clean Sweep

Goodreads Blurb: n the outside, Dina Demille is the epitome of normal. She runs a quaint Victorian Bed and Breakfast in a small Texas town, owns a Shih Tzu named Beast, and is a perfect neighbor, whose biggest problem should be what to serve her guests for breakfast. But Dina is...different: Her broom is a… Continue reading Clean Sweep

The Night Tiger

Trigger Warnings at booktriggerwarnings.com: click here. Goodreads Blurb: A sweeping historical novel about a dancehall girl and an orphan boy whose fates entangle over an old Chinese superstition about men who turn into tigers. When 11-year-old Ren's master dies, he makes one last request of his Chinese houseboy: that Ren find his severed finger, lost… Continue reading The Night Tiger

Casting Souls

Trigger Warnings from booktriggerwarnings.com: click here. Goodreads blurb: Captain Briar Rose has traveled from one end of the Ohio and Erie Canal to the other, searching for answers. Some she found, while others remain frustratingly elusive, but she doesn’t have time to continue the search. Ferromancers are gathering in her hometown, anxious to hear her… Continue reading Casting Souls

Forever Wilde

                I hit a major snag in the middle of this book, and I’m not sure if it was because of me or the writing. Mainly because I don’t have any qualms with the writing. I mean, if nothing’s wrong with the book why did I hit a wall in the middle and have to… Continue reading Forever Wilde

Heart of Iron

                 Book 3 is just as good as the rest of the Iron Souls series, without the over-explanation that the second book had. And I would still venture to say that the love story is sweet and slow, although one particular scene reminds the reader that Grayson has a little bit of naughtiness to… Continue reading Heart of Iron

Soul Singer

               Still love the story, and still anxious to finish the series. I’m loving the cuteness of this love story… I can’t think of any other steampunk fantasy romance that featured characters holding hands. It’s cute, but it’s also real. Not all relationships are frantic kissing and all-consuming fire.                 There was over-explanation in the… Continue reading Soul Singer

Born to be Wilde

                Oh my word, I’m loving this series. It’s not perfect, but it’s exciting. Spellbinding. I just want to buy them all and keep reading. And I feel like each book gets better than the last.                 The writing is excellent, much improved from the ending on the first installment. What I like the most… Continue reading Born to be Wilde

Wilde Card

                I honestly think I like this sequel better than the first novel, Getting Wilde. The story is still just as interesting, and this installment does not have the awkward ending that the first novel did. A much more complete story, that’s for sure.                                 In Wilde Card, Jenn Stark continues Sara’s crusade to… Continue reading Wilde Card

Getting Wilde

                 Getting Wilde by Jenn Stark impressed me from the start with interesting characters and a unique plot. Another freebie that I downloaded from Walmart ebooks, I was intrigued by the cover and the mention of Tarot decks. I’m not a Tarot devotee, but it’s not something I… Continue reading Getting Wilde

Ferromancer

                Ferromancer by Becca Andre was actually really good. The book was next in line on my list of mass free Walmart ebook purchases, and following the previous read Beneath the Canyons, I was a little skeptical. No need for hesitation, though. This book is well written with interesting characters and a plausible storyline. The… Continue reading Ferromancer