Book Review: The Free Bastards (The Lot Lands Book 3) by Jonathan French

Book Review: The Free Bastards (The Lot Lands Book 3) by Jonathan French

Fetching is setting plans into motion to war with Hispartha and free the half-orcs from human oppression, and Oats has always been ready and willing to fight, but he also has family he cares about, and his path forward is starting to seem murky. When he goes with some of his hoof to play politics, Oats realizes he has some potentially life-changing decisions to...
 
Mini Reviews: The Vampire’s Club Series – Books 5-7

Mini Reviews: The Vampire’s Club Series – Books 5-7

In The Vampire's Club Book 5, having made the decision to move into Club Dyavol, Lucas starts trying to settle in, but an encounter with some witches makes him start to question his world. In The Vampire's Club Book 6, Lucas experiences Club Dyavol through new eyes, now knowing the truth about witches and vampires, but some of those witches and vampires would hurt Lucas for their own goals. In...
 
Book Review: Any Way the Wind Blows (Simon Snow Book 3) by Rainbow Rowell [Audiobook]

Book Review: Any Way the Wind Blows (Simon Snow Book 3) by Rainbow Rowell [Audiobook]

Their road trip didn't go quite as planned, and Simon is still depressed. Back home in England, Simon and Baz work through relationship struggles and try to learn about a new supposed "chosen one," Penny attempts to remove a demon curse from Shepard, Agatha starts working at her dad's place, and they all try to figure out where to go next in life and what makes them...
 
Quick Reviews: The Cruel Prince // The Wicked King // The Queen of Nothing // King of Elfhame

Quick Reviews: The Cruel Prince // The Wicked King // The Queen of Nothing // King of Elfhame

This time for my quick reviews I have the Folk of the Air series by Holly Black! (Minus The Lost Sisters, which will be in a separate post since it's a short story.) If you haven't heard of it, it's a YA series about a human raised in the fae realm. I know this is an unpopular opinion, but I wasn't a big fan. I was probably being a bit nice with my 3.5 star ratings, now that I think back on it,...
 
Quick Reviews: Hoofbeats & Heartache // Claw Marks & Card Games // Suspects & Scales // Rocks & Railways

Quick Reviews: Hoofbeats & Heartache // Claw Marks & Card Games // Suspects & Scales // Rocks & Railways

For this batch of quick reviews, I have a bunch of books in Maz Maddox's Stallion Ridge series! It's a series of connected m/m romance stories, so I recommend reading them in order, though each focuses on a different main couple, set in a fantasy Wild West world filled with different paranormal creatures. All these books are quick, sweet reads that have uncomplicated plots and focus mostly on...
 
Book Review: Because You Needed Me (Tales of the Tuath Dé Book 2) by Tess Barnett

Book Review: Because You Needed Me (Tales of the Tuath Dé Book 2) by Tess Barnett

Ciaran, dying from the soul-sucking spell, heads home to Tir na nOg with Trent in the hopes that his father can cure him, even though going home means facing danger and secrets he's kept from Trent. Julien and Noah are also looking for a cure, for Noah, and end up in Tir na nOg too, though it might not necessarily be the chance for a cure they hope it will...
 
Quick Reviews: The Serpent’s Coil, Forged in Magic, Ruby Run, Blood Ruby

Quick Reviews: The Serpent’s Coil, Forged in Magic, Ruby Run, Blood Ruby

For this post I have four books that combine the Old West, magic, and mlm romance. The books in this series are set in the same world but each one functions as a standalone about completely different characters, written by different authors. It helps to understand certain things if you read in order, but I think you could read these in any order without any real issue. They didn't blow me away,...