[Audio]Book Review: Caged (Baal’s Heart Book 1) by Bey Deckard

With no friends and only his unloving step-father as family, Jon's life is boring and miserable, so when he gets kidnapped and offered a job aboard Baltsaro's pirate ship, he accepts. But when he unexpectedly develops feelings for the cruel captain, and the captain takes a liking to him in return, it creates a riff between captain and first mate, and all three of them will have to sort out...
 

[Audio]Book Review: Daughter of the Pirate King (Daughter of the Pirate King Book 1) by Tricia Levenseller

Alosa purposely gets herself kidnapped by another ship on a mission for her father in order to find a piece of map she knows they must have, but, although she can escape any time she wants, finding the map proves harder than she thought. She also wasn't expecting to develop feelings for the first mate, but the more time she spends around him, the more she's drawn to...
 

Book Review: The True Bastards (The Lots Lands Book 2) by Jonathan French

The Bastards have been dealt a harsh blow, and Fetching is left to clean up the mess as things only seem to go from bad to worse to even worse. She and her people are being attacked on all sides---figuratively and sometimes literally---but her hoof brothers are still by her side, even if their numbers are dwindling, and she's going to find a way to save her people or die...
 

Bookish Musings: I Want More Books about… Vampires without the Tropes & Cliches

Since I love vampire books, it makes sense that I do, in fact, enjoy some of the vampire tropes out there. If I didn't, I probably wouldn't be a fan. And some of my absolute favorite books are about pretty typical gorgeous, brooding vampires. So I'm not complaining that books with the tropes exist. But all tropes all the time can get repetitive and boring. That's why I also happen to love when...
 

Bookish News: Upcoming September/October 2019 Sci-Fi Fantasy Book Releases to Get Excited About

Oh boy, the titles for the later months in the year are really a mouthful lol. Anyway, I can't believe there are only four months left in the year. But there are still a lot of great books to look forward to! Especially in September and October, for some reason. So here are some of the books that I'm excited for that you all should be...