Tag Archive: 3 Stars

ARC Book Review: The Cold is in Her Bones by Peternelle van Arsdale

ashley | I was drawn to the cover of The Cold Is In Her Bones by Peternelle van Arsdale. There was something sweet and innocent about it, but also very haunting. With a… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: Watching You by Lisa Jewell

ashley | No surprise that Lisa Jewel has written a new book and no surprise that I rushed to pick up Watching You. When you pump out a book as often as it… Continue reading

Book Review: Aaru: Halls of Hel by David Meredith

ashley | I’ve read and enjoyed a couple of books by David Meredith – The Reflections of Queen Snow White and Aaru (book one). Aaru: Halls of Hel was a strong sequel to… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: The Hollow Fear by Sherry Thomas

ashley | I haven’t read book one or two of Sherry Thomas’ Lady Holmes series, but when I saw an ARC of The Hollow Fear it just sounded too fun to pass up.… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: Transcription by Kate Atkinson

ashley | Kate Atkinson is an author I always think I should read more of, but don’t. The one book of hers I read, Human Croquet, I didn’t fully enjoy and kept meaning… Continue reading

Blog Tour + ARC Book Review: I Do Not Trust You by Laura J. Burns and Melinda Metz

This is our stop during the blog tour for I Do Not Trust You by Laura J. Burns and Melinda Metz. This blog tour was organized by Simon and Schuster Canada. ashley | The concept… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: The Good Liar by Catherine McKenzie

ashley | Years ago, I read Spin by Catherine McKenzie. This was around the time I started exploring somewhat unlikeable and unreliable heroines, books with leads who are struggling with life and don’t… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: Look For Her by Emily Winslow

ashley | Once again I find myself reading a book without having read the previous books in the series. Look for Her by Emily Winslow is the fourth book in the Keene and Frohman series and… Continue reading

Audiobook Review: Theft by Finding by David Sedaris

ashley | I have read a few books by David Sedaris over the years and quite enjoyed their quirky, often self-deprecating outlook on life, or on his life at least. So I was really curious to… Continue reading