Well, damn. I was not ready for how angsty and angry and heartbreakingly sad this book is. “I have to be careful because memories are like rain. A harmless drop here and there falling against my mind, then suddenly, I’m standing beneath a flood.” Unfortunately, I didn’t end up loving SMWM as I hoped. This […]
Emily’s Review: Once We Were Starlight by Mia Sheridan
A bed posed on a stage under a dazzling spotlight. An audience of hungry eyes. And him, the other half of my soul, our supple bodies moving as one . . .
Sundara: the lush and forbidden oasis in the desert where men travel to watch acts of sexual deviancy, and the only existence seventeen-year-old Karys has ever known. But despite a life where secrets and sin are in high supply, and freedom remains far beyond their reach, Karys and her partner Zakai find safety in each other, their passionate love the light that helps them both survive the darkness.
Very suddenly, Karys and Zakai find themselves in the bright and confusing world of New York City, navigating separation, school, and relatives who are all but strangers. If they’ve been found, why do they still feel so lost? As their new lives threaten to drive them apart, and Zakai spins out of her grasp, Karys must figure out who and what can be trusted in this strange city, seemingly filled with more venom than the desert they once called home.
[Bre’s Review]: Broken Knight by L.J. Shen
“We break things all the time. It’s called life. If you don’t break, you don’t live. You don’t move. You don’t try. You don’t take chances. Breaking is a part of living.” If you follow me you know that I love small town romances where the guy is at the right place at the right […]
[Skye’s Review]: Serpent and Dove by Shelby Mahurin
Best YA Debut of 2019 I’m calling it now: Serpent & Dove is my favorite book of 2019. Hands down, this book is also the best debut of 2019. Shelby Mahurin hit it out of the park. This debut has something for everyone. Allow me to enlighten you. These people will enjoy this book: ~Enemies […]