All of Us Villains

by Amanda Foody and Christine Lynn Herman My rating: 5 of 5 stars Reverie Books I Amazon This book was full of surprises for me from the very beginning. There were so many moments I expected one thing and it went in a completely different direction. In a very good way though. The story kept... Continue Reading →

InSEXts Year One

by Marguerite Bennett (Writer) Ariela Kristantina (Illustrator) My rating: 4 of 5 stars Please note this comic is recommended to mature readers for violence/gore and sexual content. Reverie Books I Amazon This was an interesting comic series. I will completely admit to picking this up on a whim. The art drew me to it and... Continue Reading →

Tryst Six Venom

by Penelope Douglas My rating: 5 of 5 stars This book is filled with so much teen angst, romance, kink, and ridiculousness, and I honestly loved it. I admit I've never really read a bully romance, but this was a perfect introduction. I loved the main characters and the secondary characters were all interesting and... Continue Reading →

This Used to Be Easier

by Katia Rose My rating: 3 of 5 stars Buy from: Amazon I was extremely torn about how I felt with this book. Basically, it was okay. I liked the overall plot, but it just felt a bit underdeveloped. I appreciated the struggles the characters went through, but I never really felt connected to them... Continue Reading →

The Space Between Worlds

by Micaiah Johnson My rating: 4 of 5 stars Buy From: Reverie Books I Amazon This book had a really interesting way of world-building that I enjoyed a great deal. You are dropped into the setting without really getting any explanation and you are never really handed it through the whole book either. It starts... Continue Reading →

The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue

by V.E. Schwab My rating: 4 of 5 stars Click to Purchase I adored this book and thought the storytelling format it used was very interesting. I really enjoyed Addie as a character. We really get to know her through the book, which made her emotional journey and character development really engaging. This book is... Continue Reading →

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