Book review: Blessed Monsters (Something Dark and Holy #3) by Emily A. Duncan

Published April 6th 2021 by Wednesday Books


The startling conclusion to the instant New York Times bestselling Something Dark and Holy trilogy

The girl, the monster, the prince, the queen.

They broke the world.

And some things can never be undone.

In Emily A. Duncan’s Blessed Monsters, they must unite once more to fight the dark chaos they’ve unleashed—but is it already too late?

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Six for Sunday: Magical Books

Hey there! Six for Sunday is a meme hosted by Steph at A Little But a Lot. This month, the focus is on The Viper-inspired ones, and this week’s topic is Magical Books.

To tell the truth I was a little bit perplexed by this week’s topic as there are so many magical books, especially in the fantasy genre. So I decided to concentrate on ones I’ve read and enjoyed a lot, and believe they have a great magical system. Let’s start!

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Top 5 Saturday: Blood on the Cover

Top 5 Saturday is a weekly meme created by Mandy @Devouring Books and it’s where we list top five books (they can be books from your TBR, favorite books, books you loved/hated based on the week’s topic.

Blood is quite a popular feature for book covers, but for me blood associates more with a Vampiric topic than with any other topic. So half of the books on today’s list are books about vampires. And what a nostalgic list it is!

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Let’s Talk Bookish, April 9, 2021: Qualities of a Book Boyfriend/Girlfriend.

Let’s Talk Bookish is a weekly meme, hosted by Rukky @Eternity Books  & Dani @ Literary Lion, where we get to discuss certain topics, share our opinions, and spread the love by visiting each other’s posts!

Today’s topic is about bookish boyfriends/girlfriend, whether I have one (many) and how do I choose them. So, let’s start!

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Book review: Namesake (Fable #2) by Adrienne Young

Published March 16th 2021 by Wednesday Books


Trader. Fighter. Survivor.

With the Marigold ship free of her father, Fable and its crew were set to start over. That freedom is short-lived when she becomes a pawn in a notorious thug’s scheme. In order to get to her intended destination she must help him to secure a partnership with Holland, a powerful gem trader who is more than she seems.

As Fable descends deeper into a world of betrayal and deception she learns that her mother was keeping secrets, and those secrets are now putting the people Fable cares about in danger. If Fable is going to save them then she must risk everything, including the boy she loves and the home she has finally found.

Filled with action, emotion, and lyrical writing, New York Times bestselling author Adrienne Young returns with Namesake, the final book in the captivating Fable duology.

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The Hating Game by Sally Thorne

Published August 9th 2016 by William Morrow Paperbacks


Nemesis (n.) 1) An opponent or rival whom a person cannot best or overcome.
2) A person’s undoing
3) Joshua Templeman

Lucy Hutton has always been certain that the nice girl can get the corner office. She’s charming and accommodating and prides herself on being loved by everyone at Bexley & Gamin. Everyone except for coldly efficient, impeccably attired, physically intimidating Joshua Templeman. And the feeling is mutual.

Trapped in a shared office together 40 (OK, 50 or 60) hours a week, they’ve become entrenched in an addictive, ridiculous never-ending game of one-upmanship. There’s the Staring Game. The Mirror Game. The HR Game. Lucy can’t let Joshua beat her at anything—especially when a huge new promotion goes up for the taking.

If Lucy wins this game, she’ll be Joshua’s boss. If she loses, she’ll resign. So why is she suddenly having steamy dreams about Joshua, and dressing for work like she’s got a hot date? After a perfectly innocent elevator ride ends with an earth-shattering kiss, Lucy starts to wonder whether she’s got Joshua Templeman all wrong.

Maybe Lucy Hutton doesn’t hate Joshua Templeman. And maybe, he doesn’t hate her either. Or maybe this is just another game.

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Top 5 Saturday: Desert Setting

Top 5 Saturday is a weekly meme created by Mandy @Devouring Books and it’s where we list top five books (they can be books from your TBR, favorite books, books you loved/hated based on the week’s topic.

Today’s topic is Desert Setting. Honestly, I have read few books with an action taking place in a desert or any simial place. In my mind, the desert is associated with something more dystopian. You know, something like Mad Max-style. The End of the World style. But I will try to remember a couple of books that I think took place in the desert but weren’t about the apocalypse. Let’s go or better say roll!

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