To Sleep in a Sea of Stars

Finally, after months of fear-mongering in my own brain, I tackled the Goliath of my TBR pile–To Sleep in a Sea of Stars,

One by One

Ruth Ware is back with a dual-POV thrilling mystery that is going to make you never want to ski ever again.

What You Wish For

The ending is sweet—we love a good happy ending, the whale stuff was cute, but…yeah. A 3 star read for me. 

In a Holidaze

Christina Lauren can do no wrong in my book, and their new holiday romance (which I PREDICTED) is the perfect read no matter the time of year.

I Have Something To Tell You

Sure, this book wasn’t revolutionary. It didn’t blow my mind or really change me, but it was interesting, and I hope to see more of the Buttigieg’s in the future. 

Why They Marched

This August, the United States is celebrating 100 years since the ratification of the 19th amendment


Check out how the story of these American Royals wraps up when Majesty hits shelves

Kind of a Big Deal

I think the idea was cool–falling into books!–but the execution and the characters were boring

Kingdom of Back

If you’ve been reading this for more than a moment, you know I don’t really gravitate towards fantasy.

They Wish They Were Us

When I stumbled across this book and saw it billed as “Gossip Girl meets One of Us Is Lying with a dash of the Secret History” I thought PLEASE inject this into my veins.

Unknown Valor

While I will be the first to admit I am not naturally drawn to military history or books about war, I was intrigued to hear that Fox News host Martha MacCallum had a new book out about one of her family member