You Made a Fool of Death with Your Beauty, Akwaeke Emezi

I hadn’t read Emezi, so I wasn’t sure what to expect going into reading this when Atria reached out to me to read this. What I thought would be a laid-back women’s fiction about grief and moving on threw me for a loop. Instead, Feyi drew me in with how comfortable she was with herself… Continue reading You Made a Fool of Death with Your Beauty, Akwaeke Emezi

Notes on Your Sudden Disappearance, Alison Espach

Spanning 15 years, Notes on Your Sudden Disappearance gives us Sally as she talks to her sister Kathy before and after Kathy dies. From the musings of a preteen to a grown woman, she tells of the relationship with her sister and life and everything between. A good portion of this book read as YA/Coming… Continue reading Notes on Your Sudden Disappearance, Alison Espach

Release Day and Review: Disguised as Love, LJ Evans

Disguised as Love LJ EvansPublisher: Self-publishedPublication Date: April 22, 2022Genre: standalone, contemporary romanceTropes: enemies-to-lovers, slow-burn, opposites-attract, fake-relationship, romantic suspense About the Book DISGUISED AS LOVE – a chemistry-filled, enemies-to-lovers romance He’s a surly undercover agent set in his ways. She’s a genius scientist from the family he’s investigating. One mistake can cost them everything, including… Continue reading Release Day and Review: Disguised as Love, LJ Evans

Blog Tour- May Day, Josie Jaffrey

May DayJosie JaffreyPublisher: Silver Sun BooksLength: 392 PagesDate Published: July 9, 2020 About the Book If the murderer you’re tracking is a vampire, then you want a vampire detective. Just maybe not this one. It’s not that Jack Valentine is bad at her job. The youngest member of Oxford’s Seekers has an impressive track record,… Continue reading Blog Tour- May Day, Josie Jaffrey

The Gravity of Missing Things, Marisa Urgo

This is a story about a young woman holding out hope against the odds for word from her mother. While waiting, Violet is in the process of finding herself and her place in her family amidst her mom’s disappearance. It’s hard to review this without spoiling anything, so I want to be careful with my… Continue reading The Gravity of Missing Things, Marisa Urgo