Weekly Book Reviews
One Week in Paradise by Anise Starre
Bailey is an Instagram influencer who has hit a low point in her career after a viral video shows her in a questionable light. When a brand reaches out with an invite to Jamaica to a couples only resort, it seems as if things may begin to turn around for her, except one major detail, Bailey is newly single after “The Video”. Enter her brother’s best friend, Cash, who has never seemed to like Bailey. Surprisingly, Cash agrees to be her fake boyfriend all in the name of content. Their agreement is simple enough, but one week in paradise brings them closer than ever before and an undeniable spark ignites between them
The Diávolos: Part One (The Godfathers of the Night Series)
Angelica is a mafia princess who ran away from home 4 years ago to escape the Greek Mafia life, her father, her forgotten past, and to have a chance at a somewhat normal life in the city. While out for a night of fun with her friends, things take a turn for the worse, and she finds herself stuck back in her hometown, with a stalker, and a mysterious, dangerous, man that she can’t help but feel drawn too.
Forbidden: Part One by Emilia Emerson
Forbidden by Emilia Emerson was my first Omegaverse read, and in my opinion, was a fantastic introduction to the genre. The story is set in a dystrophia world, where Alpha’s pretty much run everything and the government is becoming more and more corrupt, and trying to take away what little freedoms Omegas have.
Living Legend by Allie Shante Review & Release Blitz
Heaven’s Gate has a demon problem, and the higher ups call in their favorite sentry to discreetly solve their issue while also bringing in a soul seething demon and her violence obsessed, fellow demon, to assist. Living Legend is full of action, banter, spotlight stealing side characters, and slow burn spice, that leaves you wanting more.
Daughter of The Underworld
An arranged marriage between the fiery goddess of The Underworld who is struggling to prove herself and find her power, and a Spartan mortal, with secrets he’s trying to keep hidden. This Underworld retelling was the story I didn’t know I needed.
Heart Sworn Review
Lu’s father was the mayor of their quaint town, and came down with an illness without a cure. Theo was the handsome, reliable, golden boy that the whole town knew and loved. And then there was Luciana, an outcast of sorts in her small town. Whispers and rumors followed her seemingly everywhere she went. But after her mom left, everything Lu did was out of love. Her only goals were to protect her little brother Theo, and take care of him and their father in the only ways she knew how, at whatever cost.
January 2023 Monthly Reading Wrap Up
Disclosure - All reviews and opinions, are my own. If you make a purchase through my referral links, I may earn a small commissions from Amazon, and/or other retailers at no extra cost to you. Wrapped up January finishing 7 books and they were all so good!!! 𝑩𝒍𝒐𝒐𝒅 𝒐𝒇...
“After the death of her mother, Aheia finds herself stained by more blood than she can hide in the perpetual daylight of her home of Keloseros. She escapes the realm but pays the price: giving up her immortality and her powers… Her desperate search for asylum leads her to the doorstep of the only place out of her abusive family’s reach—a realm that deals in death and darkness unapologetically—Aljira.”
Skulls & Stitches Review
Skulls & Stitches is a Nightmare Before Christmas retelling, with mafiaesque vibes, suspense, spice, and plot twists that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
Hidden Beneath The Embers Review
Manipulated into a service contract, Davyna’s only goal is to find her father and find a way out. But when that search all of a sudden takes her down a path full of the things that chase her in her nightmares, she must decide whether to follow what is safe and easy, or follow the darkness and step into her power and save herself.