Review: Sigils & Sushi by Nia Quinn

Review: Sigils & Sushi by Nia Quinn

Sigils & Sushi (Sigils & Sushi #1) by Nia Quinn My Rating: 5 stars Genre: Urban Fantasy Age Category: Adult Blurb: The sushi’s fresh, the demons are bickering, and I think that centaur just clotheslined himself… I’m Immy. I suck at being a witch, but make up for it with mad style. What, you don’t believe me? Ask my demon roommates. Yeah, the plushie-loving softie and the one set on world domination. I check in rental cars for supernatural customers leaving town, so I score whatever they ditch before they get on a plane home—and lemme tell you, they leave […]

Posted February 23, 2024 by Lola in Fantasy, Review / 0 Comments

Review: The Fae’s Bride by R.L. Medina

Review: The Fae’s Bride by R.L. Medina

The Fae’s Bride (Silveri Sisters #1) R.L. Medina My Rating: 3 stars Genre: Cosy Fantasy Romance Age Category: Adult Type of romance: MF Blurb: A busy witch. An enamored count. An enchanted villa filled with nosy sisters. Alessia has more to worry about than the handsome new count everyone is fawning over. Mama’s health is declining, the villa needs repairs, and then there are her four sisters who always seem to be either in trouble or causing it. With his Fae blood, Massimo never expected to inherit the title of count, nor the lands that accompanied it, and he certainly […]

Posted February 21, 2024 by Lola in Fantasy, Review, Romance / 2 Comments

Review: Tart of Darkness by Denise Swanson

Review: Tart of Darkness by Denise Swanson

Tart of Darkness (Chef-to-Go Mystery #1) by Denise Swanson narrated by Melissa Moran My Rating: 3 stars Genre: Cozy Mystery Age Category: Adult Type of romance: MF Blurb: First book in the Chef-To-Go Series from New York Times bestselling author Denise Swanson, featuring a delightful cast of small-town characters and a deliciously mysterious murder! Right when Dani thinks she’s hit a dead-end in her career, she unexpectedly inherits an enormous empty mansion in a quaint college town. This gives her the perfect opportunity to pursue her true passion—cooking! So Dani opens Chef-to-Go, preparing delicious, ready-made meals for hungry students attending […]

Posted February 19, 2024 by Lola in Mystery, Review / 1 Comment

Sunday Post #583

Sunday Post #583

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer. It’s a chance to share News. A post to recap the past week, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up for the week on our blog. What happened this week? This week started pretty good, I had slightly more energy and got some work done as well as some cleaning tasks in the house that I hadn’t gotten to in a while. Which was nice. Then I got a migraine, I have period migraines, so I get one […]

Posted February 18, 2024 by Lola in Sunday Post / 7 Comments

Review: Vanilla Frappe and Reasons to Stay by Laura Greenwood

Review: Vanilla Frappe and Reasons to Stay by Laura Greenwood

Vanilla Frappe And Reasons To Stay (Cauldron Coffee Shop #6) Laura Greenwood My Rating: 4 stars Genre: Urban Fantasy Age Category: Adult Type of romance: MF Blurb: Distance threatens the thing Willow holds most dear. Alone at the coffee shop, Willow has to face the reality of what her life has come, and try to uncover what she wants for her future, even if those things are becoming increasingly less clear to her. With Azíl still in Morocco after they broke his curse, she finds herself without the person she trusts the most, and has to face what that means […]

Posted February 16, 2024 by Lola in Fantasy, Review / 0 Comments

Review: MateHub Legend by Marie Reynard

Review: MateHub Legend by Marie Reynard

MateHub: Legend (MateHub #1) Marie Reynard My Rating: 4 stars Genre: Paranormal Romance Age Category: Adult Type of romance: MM Blurb: The contract was simple: three months, seven scenes, zero feelings. Following it was not. Richard Knotz is a legend in the world of supernatural adult entertainment, and he knows it. While most paranormal adult actors shy away from the temporary bonds needed to perform knotting scenes, he’s made them his brand. Bonding a human could never threaten to tear his empire to the ground, no matter how tempting that human smells. Hunter Savage thinks Richard Knotz is a smug […]

Posted February 14, 2024 by Lola in Fantasy, Review, Romance / 3 Comments

Review: The Talent Thief by Mike Thayer

Review: The Talent Thief by Mike Thayer

The Talent Thief by Mike Thayer narrated by Kate Coventry My Rating: 5 stars Genre: Contemporary Fiction with a bit of magic Age Category: Middle Grade Blurb: A girl with the ability to borrow other people’s talents must use her powers to find her own spotlight in The Talent Thief, a wish-fulfilling middle-grade novel from Mike Thayer, the author of The Double Life of Danny Day. Tiffany Tudwell is cursed. She once tripped over a backpack and fell face-first into a trashcan. She had pink eye on picture day. One time she tried to hold back a sneeze and farted […]

Posted February 12, 2024 by Lola in Contemporary, Review / 4 Comments