Only one can have an identity, only one can be seen at a time. One is trained to know everything and fool with grace and charm, another with her body and brute force. My first impression of the novel, Imposters.
Making a deal with the devil is never a good idea, but sometimes he can be too enticing to pass up. Kanika knows all of this and yet she finds herself caught up in a favor to the devil where her new job as guardian may very well end her life prematurely. My review of the romantic comedy, Whatever for Hire.
Mira, a refugee, gets a ticket to Andoria where she has wanted to go all along. She only has to enter the Glittering Court where she'll be trained to be a lady and then marry someone when she gets there. Easy enough? Maybe not for this linguistically talented, crime fighting, pirate and spy! My review of the fantasy novel, The Midnight Jewel.
An escaping slave runs herself right into a rebellion, led by the former heir to the throne. As he turns from her hostage to her captor, Rose must figure out how to escape her cage once and for all. My review of the fantasy novel, Garden of Thorns.
Spanish, libraries, Portland, and Powell's bookshop, this book hits all the spots as Juliet works on finding out how to be her best self. My first impression of the novel, Juliet Takes a Breath.
Fantasy reads! I can't get enough of them! That's why I want to share what books I'd love to read next!
Language, travel, and coming home. The seemingly dull lives of these characters are about to intermingle and change forever. My first impressions of this historical fiction set in Ireland and across the backdrop of Italy.