mar 2023 releases: familiar authors making an appearance

Hello everyone! It's a new month again and March is bringing in great books. I have been eyeing many books in this list since forever. Most of the authors I've read from before except Meng Xi Shi's Thousand Autumns but am familiar with the animated show. Thousand Autumns Volume 1 was supposed to be published… Continue reading mar 2023 releases: familiar authors making an appearance

the last tale of the flower bride – roshani chokshi | arc review

The Last Tale of the Flower Bride by Roshani Chokshi StandalonePublished on February 14, 2023 by William Morrow & CompanyAge Range: AdultGenre: Gothic, Horror, Mystery, Romance Rating: ★★★★ Synopsis: Once upon a time, a man who believed in fairy tales married a beautiful, mysterious woman named Indigo Maxwell-Casteñada. He was a scholar of myths. She… Continue reading the last tale of the flower bride – roshani chokshi | arc review

trilogy review | caraval – stephanie garber

Yes, I've finally finished the Caraval trilogy. It's a long time coming. I just needed a little more time and also, reading Once Upon A Broken Heart just spurred my motivation to read Finale. I had so much fun reading the trilogy and love a good magical, happily ever after for some of my favorite… Continue reading trilogy review | caraval – stephanie garber

feb 2023 releases: asian authors takeover

Hello everyone! I hope you're doing well. January flew by so quickly because of the Lunar New Year celebrations. It has been about two years, because of COVID, since I met my extended family. Despite how busy everything was, I managed to read quite a bit of books, but only three 2023 books. Regardless, I'll… Continue reading feb 2023 releases: asian authors takeover

author check-in: chloe liese

Fourth author check-in is for Chloe Liese books. Out of the three series now currently out, I've already picked up two. Both of which have upcoming releases in 2023. The only series I haven't touched is Tough Love. I'll probably read these very quickly since Chloe Liese contemporary romances are fun and easy to digest.… Continue reading author check-in: chloe liese

v’day tbr: backlisted romances

Hello everyone! Happy Valentine's Day ❤️ While I love reading fantasy novels that are more plot intensive, a cozy romance is the way to end a hectic day. In recent years, I gravitate to historical romances. Just something about the setting and people falling in love is a little different. In today's list, these are… Continue reading v’day tbr: backlisted romances

blog tour + arc review | this time it’s real – ann liang

This Time It's Real by Ann Liang StandaloneExpected publication: February 7th 2023 by Scholastic PressAge Range: Young AdultGenre: Contemporary, RomanceRep: Chinese Rating: ★★★★ Synopsis: When seventeen-year-old Eliza Lin’s essay about meeting the love of her life unexpectedly goes viral, her entire life changes overnight. Now she has the approval of her classmates at her new… Continue reading blog tour + arc review | this time it’s real – ann liang

duology review | king of scars – leigh bardugo

Hello friends! It's been a while since I talked about King of Scars and Rule of Wolves. Nikolai's the charming privateer we all know and love. Zoya's a little prickly and I'm just extremely protective of Nina. Not going to lie, it was terrifying going into a duology after loving the Six of Crows duology… Continue reading duology review | king of scars – leigh bardugo

trilogy review | the folk of the air – holly black

Hello, friends! The Folk of the Air trilogy was filled with vicious faeries and a whole load of betrayals. I didn't pick up The Cruel Prince when it was first released and missed the height of the hype. I didn't know who Jude and Cardan were and why everyone was shipping them. Now, I know!… Continue reading trilogy review | the folk of the air – holly black