shanghai immortal – a.y. chao | arc review

Shanghai Immortal by A.Y. Chao StandalonePublished on June 1, 2023 by Hodder & StoughtonAge Range: AdultGenre: Historical Fiction, Romance, FantasyRep: Chinese Rating: ★★★★★ Synopsis: Pawned by her mother to the King of Hell as a child, Lady Jing is half-vampire, half-hulijing fox-spirit and all sasshole. As the King’s ward, she has spent the past ninety… Continue reading shanghai immortal – a.y. chao | arc review

the fraud squad – kyla zhao | review

The Fraud Squad by Kyla Zhao StandalonePublished on January 17, 2023 by Berkley BooksAge Range: Young AdultGenre: contemporary, romanceRep: Singaporean Rating: ★★★★ Synopsis: For as long as she can remember, Samantha Song has dreamed of writing for a high-society magazine—and she’d do anything to get there. But the constant struggle to help her mom make… Continue reading the fraud squad – kyla zhao | review

ria & rani – sasha nanua & sarena nanua | duology review

Hello! Today's duology review is for the Ria and Rani duology by Sasha Nanua and Sarena Nanua. The first book have the feel of the Barbie movie, The Princess and the Pauper, except that Ria and Rani are actual long-lost siblings. Navigate through this post with the titles below:🐍 #1: Sisters of the Snake | 🌖… Continue reading ria & rani – sasha nanua & sarena nanua | duology review

thousand autumns volume 1 – meng xi shi

Thousand Autumns Volume 1 by Meng Xi Shi Series: Thousand Autumns #1Published on March 14, 2023 by Seven SeasAge Range: AdultGenre: Fantasy, RomanceRepresentation: M/M romance, Chinese cast Rating: ★★★★ Synopsis: Shen Qiao is a devout Daoist priest who has spent his life honing his skills and spirit, leading his sect with martial talent, beauty beyond… Continue reading thousand autumns volume 1 – meng xi shi

duology review | gearbreakers – zoe hana mikuta

Hello everyone! I'm back with another duology review. Zoe Hana Mikuta debuted with Gearbreakers as a standalone and then Godslayers making it a duology. By the end of Gearbreakers, I was desperately hoping for a continuation of the book and it seems like my prayers were heard. Enjoy! Navigate through this post with the titles… Continue reading duology review | gearbreakers – zoe hana mikuta

mika in real life – emiko jean | review

Mika in Real Life by Emiko Jean StandalonePublished on August 2, 2022 by William MorrowAge Range: AdultGenre: Contemporary, RomanceRep: Japanese MC, Japanese-American SC, Black Vietnamese bisexual SC Rating: ★★★★★ Synopsis: One phone call changes everything. At thirty-five, Mika Suzuki’s life is a mess. Her last relationship ended in flames. Her roommate-slash-best friend might be a hoarder.… Continue reading mika in real life – emiko jean | review

duology review | the celestial kingdom – sue lynn tan

Hello everyone! I'm finally posting my reviews for the two books in The Celestial Kingdom duology. I was yearning for a Chang'e inspired novel at the start of 2022 and I was blessed by Sue Lynn Tan's Daughter of the Moon Goddess. Enjoy! Navigate through this post with the titles below:🌕 #1: Daughter of the… Continue reading duology review | the celestial kingdom – sue lynn tan

arc duology review | requiem dark – claire winn

Hello everyone! I'm back with a duology review with Claire Winn's Requiem Dark books. When I first read City of Shattered Light, I was a little disappointed that it was a standalone. Thankfully, Claire Winn continued to expand the world in City of Vicious Night. Let's go! Navigate through this post with the titles below:⚙️… Continue reading arc duology review | requiem dark – claire winn

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