Reading Catch Ups

Reading Round-Up: 10th – 16th July 2020

I'd almost forgotten what the outside world was like but I'm finally on holiday! It isn't quite a sandy beach in a tropical country but it's close. This week, me and my husband decided to finally stray away from home now the pandemic restrictions have lifted, to visit my in-laws up north. No work, plenty… Continue reading Reading Round-Up: 10th – 16th July 2020

Book Reviews, Four Stars

Caged Wolf – Book Review

Title: Caged Wolf Author: S.M. Reine Genre: Urban fantasy/wolf shifter Rating: Four stars "The biker gangs passing through Lobo Norte don't scare Ofelia anymore. All those men are the same: scarred, homeless, and broken...just like Ofelia. They've become a blur of forgettable faces watching her strip. She takes off her clothes, takes their money, and… Continue reading Caged Wolf – Book Review

Reading Catch Ups

Reading Round-Up: 3rd – 9th July 2020

After opening an unexpected parcel containing the North and South graphic novel, I admit I pressed pause on my current read. The first book in The Tarot Witches series would have to wait a day or two! I'm really enjoying Caged Wolf by S.M. Reine but it just had to wait a while because North… Continue reading Reading Round-Up: 3rd – 9th July 2020

Giveaways

Tarot Witches – Free Series

I absolutely had to make a feature for this because this isn't just a free book, it's a free series. No wait, it's not just a free series. It's a free series by S.M. Reine! If you don't know who S.M. Reine is, come out from under that rock and read my review of her… Continue reading Tarot Witches – Free Series

Book Reviews, Five Stars

Spells & Ashes – Book Review

Title: Spells & Ashes Author: Kim Richardson Genre: Urban Fantasy Rating: Five stars "Are you ready for a new kind of witch? My name is Samantha Beaumont and I’m a witch. But I’m not your average dark witch. I specialize in Goetia—the ancient art of conjuring demons—and exorcisms. That’s right. I hunt and banish demons… Continue reading Spells & Ashes – Book Review