My Home is on the Mountain

by Caro Clarke My rating: 4 of 5 stars Sapphire Books I Amazon I genuinely feel like this book is a hidden gem. It's clear the author put a lot of effort into making the setting, 1930s America, feel real and fleshed out. The characters are also fantastically well written. I loved each and every... Continue Reading →

The Devil Wears Tartan

by Katia Rose My rating: 4 of 5 stars Reverie Books I Amazon I don't think I've gotten so emotional over a romance in quite a while. This definitely hit me hard and I loved every second of that. I loved both of these characters and while yes this story was about their relationship becoming... Continue Reading →


by Melissa Brayden My rating: 2 of 5 stars Reverie Books I Amazon I have to admit, I was actually kind of bored through a large chunk of this book. It just felt like it dragged and was a bit repetitive in terms of just showing how "lovey-dovey" the two main characters were. I think... Continue Reading →

Love Where You Work

by Anna Pulley Amazon My rating: 2 of 5 stars I wanted to like this book. It definitely had potential and some interesting elements. As a whole though, I don't feel like any of it really blended well together. None of the situations felt very believable and the characters weren't well developed. They all mostly... Continue Reading →

Little Thieves

by Margaret Owen My rating: 5 of 5 stars Reverie Books I Amazon I adored this book and the characters in it. The story kept me tense and questioning what would happen next the whole way through. I've read retellings of fairytales before, but the author really kept that quality intact in the way this... Continue Reading →


by Natalie Zina Walschots My rating: 5 of 5 stars Reverie Books I Amazon I LOVED this book. I really enjoyed seeing the superhero trope from a different perspective. It's not the first book to tell the story from the villain's perspective, but the characters really pushed the story to a whole new level. I... Continue Reading →

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