Hes guys? How was your February? I felt like it has gone really quickly in comparison with January – which took about 9 years to come and go! I can safely say that I have had a better month reading wise and I am so glad that I am finally getting out of my slump.
- Blood and Sand by C. V. Wyk – ARC copy, 4 stars
- Society of Wishes by Elise Kova and Lynn Larsh – ARC copy, 5 stars
- #Prettyboy Must Die by Kimberly Reid – ARC Copy, DNF, 1 star
- Rock Hard Bodyguard – Adult, review on Goodreads, 4 stars.
- Escaping Destiny by Amelia Hutchins – Adult, Review on Goodreads, 5 stars
- A Bond of Sovereigns and Souls by Karen Tomlinson – Beta Read, no review
- A Poison Dark and Drowning by Jessica Cluess – 4 stars, Review to come.
- Mercy Rule by Tom Leveen – 4 stars, review to come.
- Jackaby by William Ritter
- The Hunger Games Trilogy (Foil Edition) by Suzanne Collins
- Half Bad by Sally Green
- Splintered Trilogy by A. G. Howard
- The Rule of Mirrors by Caragh O’Brien
- Ashes by Ilsa J. Bick
- Cruel Crown by Victoria Aveyard
- The Sleeper and the Spindle (illustrated) by Neil Gaiman
- Hero at the Fall by Alwyn Hamilton
- The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert – Exclusive signed Fairyloot edition
- Tell Me No Lies by A. V. Geiger (Netgalley)
- Fawkes by Nadine Brandes (Netgalley)
- Lies that Bind by Diana Rodriguez Wallach (publisher Netgalley)
- Lullaby by LRW Lee – Revised copy received
- A Bond of Sovereigns and Souls by Karen Tomlinson
- Feb 5th – #Prettyboy Must Die by Kimberly Reid
- Feb 12th – Tell Me No Lies by A. V. Geiger
- Feb 19th – Hero at the Fall by Alwyn Hamilton
- Feb 26th – Mercy Rule by Tom Leveen
Book of the Month:
Published: January 29th by Silver Wing Press
BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR.
Josephina Espinosa makes her living as a hacker-for-hire in the Lone Star Republic, a remnant of the fractured U.S.A. That is, until the day she and her best friend are gunned down in a government raid.
With her dying breath, Jo uses magical lore passed down from her grandmother to summon a wish-granter. Her wish? To save her friend’s life. Except wishes have costs, and for Jo, the price is the erasure of her entire mortal existence.
Now, as the most recent addition to the mysterious Society of Wishes, Jo must form a new “life” alongside the seven other members, one of which being her savior himself. Living as an occupant of the Society’s lavish mansion should be quite the perk, but while it is furnished with everything its inhabitants could possibly need, it lacks one thing—freedom.
Her otherworldly identity crisis takes a backseat, however, when Jo learns that the friend she sacrificed everything for is headed down the same path to ruin. Jumping in head-first, Jo uses her newfound magical abilities to protect him, only to realize that the ripples of her actions have far-reaching consequences. When the Society’s aloof leader Snow decides to give her a taste of his own ancient magic, Jo discovers that there are threads woven into the tapestry of her new reality that reach far beyond the wishes she is now required to grant. Ones that, if tugged on, could mean the unraveling of the world itself.
How was your month? Feel free to leave links in the comments so that I can check them out 😀
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