Category: reviews

Review: Graham’s Delicacies

Review: Graham’s Delicacies

Graham's Delicacies by Em Ali is a collection of three sweet, soft, sexy and queer love stories that warmed my heart. I received an eARC of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. My rating: 4/5 stars. Blurb: Six people and three love stories all in one bakery.  Saccharine Jen goes … Continue reading Review: Graham’s Delicacies

Review: Goddess of the Hunt

Review: Goddess of the Hunt

Goddess of the Hunt by Shelby Eileen is an enchanting poetry collection about the Greek goddess Artemis. I was given an eARC of this book by the author in exchange for an honest review. My Rating: 5/5 stars. Goodreads description: A poetry collection about the mythic life of Artemis, Greek Goddess of the hunt. Told … Continue reading Review: Goddess of the Hunt

Review: Girl Made of Stars

Girl Made of Stars by Ashley Herring Blake is a magnificent book. A tough, heartbreaking read. I strongly recommend this - but please be aware of content warnings for rape, sexual assault, and victim blaming. I will be discussing these things in this review as well, so proceed with caution. Goodreads synopsis: "I need Owen to explain … Continue reading Review: Girl Made of Stars

Review: Witcheskin

I first found out about Witcheskin by Nem Rowan through instagram, and was intrigued by the snippets I learned about the book there. A supernatural mystery including an m/m romance with a trans lead? And it's ownvoices? The title has 'witch' in it? Set in Wales? When the author approached me with an eARC, I couldn't … Continue reading Review: Witcheskin

Review: Juliet Takes a Breath

If you're looking for an enthralling, diverse YA contemporary that deals with meeting your heroes (and finding out they're not exactly as you thought), finding yourself, and intersectional feminism, you might want to read Juliet Takes a Breath by Gabby Rivera. Goodreads synopsis: Juliet Milagros Palante is leaving the Bronx and headed to Portland, Oregon. She just … Continue reading Review: Juliet Takes a Breath

Review: Elizabeth and Zenobia

When I tried to describe Elizabeth and Zenobia by Jessica Miller in a few words, this is what I came up with: a cute gothic horror novel for children. That's definitely a genre I've never heard of before... but an awesome genre! Goodreads synopsis: Abandoned by her mother and neglected by her scientist father, timid Elizabeth Murmur … Continue reading Review: Elizabeth and Zenobia