Wrap Up

My Most Disappointing Books of 2020

We have finished another year so it is time to look back and see what my most Disappointing books for the year was.

Note: Just because these books were disappointing for me does not mean that they were bad. I just did not get what I was hoping to out of them. Everyone has different tastes and I really learned how mine is changing over this last year.

If any of these books appeal to you I say go try them out. Just because they did not work for me does not mean they wont for you. If you want specific thoughts on each book please let me know. These books are listed in the order that I read them. Now to the books!

The Magpie Lord by K.J. Charles | (A Charm of Magpies #1) | Historical, Fantasy, Romance | Add to Goodreads

A lord in danger. A magician in turmoil. A snowball in hell. Exiled to China for twenty years, Lucien Vaudrey never planned to return to England. But with the mysterious deaths of his father and brother, it seems the new Lord Crane has inherited an earldom. He’s also inherited his family’s enemies. He needs magical assistance, fast. He doesn’t expect it to turn up angry. Magician Stephen Day has good reason to hate Crane’s family. Unfortunately, it’s his job to deal with supernatural threats. Besides, the earl is unlike any aristocrat he’s ever met, with the tattoos, the attitude… and the way Crane seems determined to get him into bed. That’s definitely unusual. Soon Stephen is falling hard for the worst possible man, at the worst possible time. But Crane’s dangerous appeal isn’t the only thing rendering Stephen powerless. Evil pervades the house, a web of plots is closing round Crane, and if Stephen can’t find a way through it-they’re both going to die.

The Raven Tower by Ann Leckie | Fantasy | Add to Goodreads

Gods meddle in the fates of men, men play with the fates of gods, and a pretender must be cast down from the throne in this breathtaking first fantasy novel from Ann Leckie, New York Times bestselling author and winner of the Hugo, Nebula, and Arthur C. Clarke Awards.

For centuries, the kingdom of Iraden has been protected by the god known as the Raven. He watches over his territory from atop a tower in the powerful port of Vastai. His will is enacted through the Raven’s Lease, a human ruler chosen by the god himself. His magic is sustained via the blood sacrifice that every Lease must offer. And under the Raven’s watch, the city flourishes.

But the power of the Raven is weakening. A usurper has claimed the throne. The kingdom borders are tested by invaders who long for the prosperity that Vastai boasts. And they have made their own alliances with other gods.

It is into this unrest that the warrior Eolo–aide to Mawat, the true Lease–arrives. And in seeking to help Mawat reclaim his city, Eolo discovers that the Raven’s Tower holds a secret. Its foundations conceal a dark history that has been waiting to reveal itself…and to set in motion a chain of events that could destroy Iraden forever.

Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell by Susanna Clarke | Historical Fiction |Add to Goodreads

Sophisticated, witty, and ingeniously convincing, Susanna Clarke’s magisterial novel weaves magic into a flawlessly detailed vision of historical England. She has created a world so thoroughly enchanting that eight hundred pages leave readers longing for more.

English magicians were once the wonder of the known world, with fairy servants at their beck and call; they could command winds, mountains, and woods. But by the early 1800s they have long since lost the ability to perform magic. They can only write long, dull papers about it, while fairy servants are nothing but a fading memory.

But at Hurtfew Abbey in Yorkshire, the rich, reclusive Mr Norrell has assembled a wonderful library of lost and forgotten books from England’s magical past and regained some of the powers of England’s magicians. He goes to London and raises a beautiful young woman from the dead. Soon he is lending his help to the government in the war against Napoleon Bonaparte, creating ghostly fleets of rain-ships to confuse and alarm the French.

All goes well until a rival magician appears. Jonathan Strange is handsome, charming, and talkative-the very opposite of Mr Norrell. Strange thinks nothing of enduring the rigors of campaigning with Wellington’s army and doing magic on battlefields. Astonished to find another practicing magician, Mr Norrell accepts Strange as a pupil. But it soon becomes clear that their ideas of what English magic ought to be are very different. For Mr Norrell, their power is something to be cautiously controlled, while Jonathan Strange will always be attracted to the wildest, most perilous forms of magic. He becomes fascinated by the ancient, shadowy figure of the Raven King, a child taken by fairies who became king of both England and Faerie, and the most legendary magician of all. Eventually Strange’s heedless pursuit of long-forgotten magic threatens to destroy not only his partnership with Norrell, but everything that he holds dear.

To Have and to Hoax by Martha Waters | Historical, Regency Romance | Add to Goodreads

In this fresh and hilarious historical rom-com, an estranged husband and wife in Regency England feign accidents and illness in an attempt to gain attention—and maybe just win each other back in the process.

Five years ago, Lady Violet Grey and Lord James Audley met, fell in love, and got married. Four years ago, they had a fight to end all fights, and have barely spoken since.

Their once-passionate love match has been reduced to one of cold, detached politeness. But when Violet receives a letter that James has been thrown from his horse and rendered unconscious at their country estate, she races to be by his side—only to discover him alive and well at a tavern, and completely unaware of her concern. She’s outraged. He’s confused. And the distance between them has never been more apparent.

Wanting to teach her estranged husband a lesson, Violet decides to feign an illness of her own. James quickly sees through it, but he decides to play along in an ever-escalating game of manipulation, featuring actors masquerading as doctors, threats of Swiss sanitariums, faux mistresses—and a lot of flirtation between a husband and wife who might not hate each other as much as they thought. Will the two be able to overcome four years of hurt or will they continue to deny the spark between them?

The Absinthe Earl by Sharon Lynn Fisher | (The Faery Rehistory #1) | Fantasy, Romance | Add to Goodreads

Miss Ada Quicksilver, a student of London’s Lovelace Academy for Promising Young Women, is spending her holiday in Ireland to pursue her anthropological study of fairies. She visits Dublin’s absinthe bars to investigate a supposed association between the bittersweet spirit and fairy sightings.

One night a handsome Irishman approaches her, introducing himself as Edward Donoghue. Edward takes absinthe to relieve his sleepwalking, and she is eager to hear whether he has experience with fairies. Instead, she discovers that he’s the earl of Meath, and that he will soon visit a mysterious ruin at Newgrange on the orders of his cousin, the beautiful, half-mad Queen Isolde. On learning about Ada’s area of study, he invites her to accompany him.

Ada is torn between a sensible fear of becoming entangled with the clearly troubled gentleman and her compelling desire to ease his suffering. Finally she accepts his invitation, and they arrive in time for the winter solstice. That night, the secret of Edward’s affliction is revealed: he is, in fact, a lord in two worlds and can no longer suppress his shadow self.

Little does either of them realize that their blossoming friendship and slowly kindling passion will lead to discoveries that wrench open a door sealed for centuries, throwing them into a war that will change Ireland forever.

Catherine House by Elisabeth Thomas | Gothic, Mystery | Add to Goodreads

A seductive, gothic-infused tale of literary suspense — the debut of a spectacular new voice — about a dangerously curious young undergraduate whose rebelliousness leads her to discover a shocking secret involving an exclusive circle of students . . . and the dark truth beneath her school’s promise of prestige.

You are in the house and the house is in the woods.
You are in the house and the house is in you . . .

Catherine House is a school of higher learning like no other. Hidden deep in the woods of rural Pennsylvania, this crucible of reformist liberal arts study with its experimental curriculum, wildly selective admissions policy, and formidable endowment, has produced some of the world’s best minds: prize-winning authors, artists, inventors, Supreme Court justices, presidents. For those lucky few selected, tuition, room, and board are free. But acceptance comes with a price. Students are required to give the House three years—summers included—completely removed from the outside world. Family, friends, television, music, even their clothing must be left behind. In return, the school promises its graduates a future of sublime power and prestige, and that they can become anything or anyone they desire.

Among this year’s incoming class is Ines, who expects to trade blurry nights of parties, pills, cruel friends, and dangerous men for rigorous intellectual discipline—only to discover an environment of sanctioned revelry. The school’s enigmatic director, Viktória, encourages the students to explore, to expand their minds, to find themselves and their place within the formidable black iron gates of Catherine.

For Ines, Catherine is the closest thing to a home she’s ever had, and her serious, timid roommate, Baby, soon becomes an unlikely friend. Yet the House’s strange protocols make this refuge, with its worn velvet and weathered leather, feel increasingly like a gilded prison. And when Baby’s obsessive desire for acceptance ends in tragedy, Ines begins to suspect that the school—in all its shabby splendor, hallowed history, advanced theories, and controlled decadence—might be hiding a dangerous agenda that is connected to a secretive, tightly knit group of students selected to study its most promising and mysterious curriculum.

Combining the haunting sophistication and dusky, atmospheric style of Sarah Waters with the unsettling isolation of Kazuo Ishiguro’s Never Let Me Go, Catherine House is a devious, deliciously steamy, and suspenseful page-turner with shocking twists and sharp edges that is sure to leave readers breathless.

Home Before Dark by Riley Sager | Mystery, Thriller, Paranormal | Add to Goodreads

What was it like? Living in that house.

Maggie Holt is used to such questions. Twenty-five years ago, she and her parents, Ewan and Jess, moved into Baneberry Hall, a rambling Victorian estate in the Vermont woods. They spent three weeks there before fleeing in the dead of night, an ordeal Ewan later recounted in a nonfiction book called House of Horrors. His tale of ghostly happenings and encounters with malevolent spirits became a worldwide phenomenon, rivaling The Amityville Horror in popularity—and skepticism.

Today, Maggie is a restorer of old homes and too young to remember any of the events mentioned in her father’s book. But she also doesn’t believe a word of it. Ghosts, after all, don’t exist. When Maggie inherits Baneberry Hall after her father’s death, she returns to renovate the place to prepare it for sale. But her homecoming is anything but warm. People from the past, chronicled in House of Horrors, lurk in the shadows. And locals aren’t thrilled that their small town has been made infamous thanks to Maggie’s father. Even more unnerving is Baneberry Hall itself—a place filled with relics from another era that hint at a history of dark deeds. As Maggie experiences strange occurrences straight out of her father’s book, she starts to believe that what he wrote was more fact than fiction.

Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia | Horror, Gothic, Mystery | Add to Goodreads

After receiving a frantic letter from her newlywed cousin begging for someone to save her from a mysterious doom, Noemí Taboada heads to High Place, a distant house in the Mexican countryside. She’s not sure what she will find – her cousin’s husband, a handsome Englishman, is a stranger, and Noemí knows little about the region.

Noemí is also an unlikely rescuer: She’s a glamorous debutante, and her chic gowns and perfect red lipstick are more suited for cocktail parties than amateur sleuthing. But she’s also tough and smart, with an indomitable will, and she is not afraid: not of her cousin’s new husband, who is both menacing and alluring; not of his father, the ancient patriarch who seems to be fascinated by Noemí; and not even of the house itself, which begins to invade Noemi’s dreams with visions of blood and doom.

Her only ally in this inhospitable abode is the family’s youngest son. Shy and gentle, he seems to want to help Noemí but might also be hiding dark knowledge of his family’s past. For there are many secrets behind the walls of High Place. The family’s once colossal wealth and faded mining empire kept them from prying eyes, but as Noemí digs deeper she unearths stories of violence and madness.

And Noemí, mesmerized by the terrifying yet seductive world of High Place, may soon find it impossible to ever leave this enigmatic house behind.

Alpha’s Revenge by Catherine Stine | (Royal Alpha Wolves Club #3) | Paranormal Romance, Shape-Shifters, Supernatural | Add to Goodreads

A heartbroken furious alpha, a forbidden childhood crush revisited.
Will karmic justice destroy them both?

From the languid, sexy heat of New Orleans, all the way to the icy Canadian Wilderness, supernatural creatures live shadow lives amongst mortals. But what if one of the most powerful and regal of beings—wolf shifters—found their packs disappearing through longstanding battles and vicious payback?

The Royal Alpha Wolves Club, a worldwide, ancient organization formed to keep order and secrets safe among werewolf packs is faced with this very dilemma. So, when the club leader gives the dire order for all royals to find a mate and produce an heir within a year it’s in the wolf shifters’ best interest. Wayland, though, is not on board.

Meet Wayland Leblanc—legendary royal alpha, hell-bent on revenge for his murdered mate. When the edict comes down from the leader in his new territory that all royals mate and produce an heir within the year or lose royal status, Wayland hits the road. He’s not ready. Instead, he charges up to Canada in his mini-camper, to wreak revenge on Thorn, the Tundra shifter who killed his mate Sabine and their unborn babe. He conscripts an army of coyote shifters in his revenge plot, and stuffs down his lingering heartache by partying with neighboring witches.

What he doesn’t plan for is falling hard for Stormy, Thorn’s mysterious sister. But pursuing a star-crossed Juliet to his Romeo just might cost Wayland and Stormy their lives.

The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab | Historical Fantasy | Add to Goodreads

A Life No One Will Remember. A Story You Will Never Forget.

France, 1714: in a moment of desperation, a young woman makes a Faustian bargain to live forever and is cursed to be forgotten by everyone she meets.

Thus begins the extraordinary life of Addie LaRue, and a dazzling adventure that will play out across centuries and continents, across history and art, as a young woman learns how far she will go to leave her mark on the world.

But everything changes when, after nearly 300 years, Addie stumbles across a young man in a hidden bookstore and he remembers her name.

Alice by Christina Henry | (The Chronicles of Alice #1) | Fantasy, Retelling | Add to Goodreads

A mind-bending new novel inspired by the twisted and wondrous works of Lewis Carroll…

In a warren of crumbling buildings and desperate people called the Old City, there stands a hospital with cinderblock walls which echo the screams of the poor souls inside.

In the hospital, there is a woman. Her hair, once blond, hangs in tangles down her back. She doesn’t remember why she’s in such a terrible place. Just a tea party long ago, and long ears, and blood…

Then, one night, a fire at the hospital gives the woman a chance to escape, tumbling out of the hole that imprisoned her, leaving her free to uncover the truth about what happened to her all those years ago.

Only something else has escaped with her. Something dark. Something powerful.

And to find the truth, she will have to track this beast to the very heart of the Old City, where the rabbit waits for his Alice.

What books in 2020 did you read that did not live up to your expectations?

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December 2020 Wrap-up

Monthly Wrapup

Hello you wonderful people.

Welcome to my December wrap-up. I can not believe that this is the last wrap-up for 2020.

5 Star Reads

The Peace of Christmas Yet to Come by L.G. Rollins | (A Dickens of a Christmas # 3) | Regency Romance, Proper Romance, Christmas Story | Add to Goodreads

Oath of Destruction by Jennifer Anne Davis | (Reign of Secrets #5) | Fantasy | Add to Goodreads

Witches and Poppets: Steampunk Vasilisa the Fair: A Steampunk Fairy Tale Short Story by Melanie Karsak | Steampunk, Retelling | Add to Goodreads

Marine Biology by G.L. Carriger | (San Andreas Shifters #0.5) | Fantasy, Romance, Paranormal | Add to Goodreads

A Midnight Clear: A Christmas Novella by K.C. Bateman | Regency Romance, Christmas, Novella | Add to Goodreads

Hauntings and Humbug: A Steampunk Christmas Carol by Melanie Karsak | Christmas Story, Retelling | Add to Goodreads

The Princess and the Rogue by Kate Bateman | (Bow Street Bachelors #3) | Regency Romance | Add to Goodreads

Sherlock Holmes & the Christmas Demon by James Lovegrove | Historical, Mystery, Christmas, SherlockianAdd to Goodreads

Night of the Dragon by Julie Kagawa | (Shadow of the Fox #3) | Young Adult, Fantasy | Add to Goodreads

Monstress: Talk-Stories #1 by Marjorie M. Liu | (Monstress (Issues)) | Comic, Fantasy, Steampunk | Add to Goodreads

Art in the Blood by Bonnie MacBird | (Sherlock Holmes Adventures #1) | Historical, Mystery, Sherlockian | Add to Goodreads

4 Star Reads

In a Holidaze by Christina Lauren | Holiday Romance | Add to Goodreads

The Last Moriarty by Charles Veley | (Sherlock Holmes and Lucy James Mystery #1) | Historical Mystery, Sherlockian | Add to Goodreads

Limelight by Emily Organ | (Penny Green #1) | Historical Mystery | Add to Goodreads

Promise of Blood by Brian McClellan | (Powder Mage #1) | Epic Fantasy | Add to Goodreads

A Lady’s Guide to Mischief and Mayhem by Manda Collins | (A Lady’s Guide #1) | Historical, Romance, Mystery | Add to Goodreads

Mycroft and Sherlock: The Empty Birdcage by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Anna Waterhouse | (Mycroft Holmes and Sherlock #3) | Historical Fiction, Mystery, SherlockianAdd to Goodreads

Opium and Absinthe by Lydia Kang | Historical, Mystery, Fantasy | Add to Goodreads

The Rithmatist by Brandon Sanderson | (Rithmatist #1) | Young Adult, Fantasy | Add to Goodreads

Dragon Whisperer #1 by Alex Deluca | (Dragon Whisperer #1) | Comic, Fantasy, Steampunk | Add to Goodreads

Dragon Whisperer #2 by Alex Deluca | (Dragon Whisperer #2) | Comic, Fantasy, Steampunk | Add to Goodreads

3 Star Reads

Carols and Chaos by Cindy Anstey | (Suitors and Sabotage) | Regency Romance | Add to Goodreads

The Island of Dr. Moreau by H.G. Wells | Classic, Science Fiction |  Add to Goodreads


Alice by Christina Henry | (The Chronicles of Alice #1) | Fantasy, Retelling | Add to Goodreads

Love Machine: The guardians wanted something else… by N.H Aurelight | Science Fiction | Add to Goodreads

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November 2020 Wrap-up

Monthly Wrapup

Hello you wonderful people.

Welcome to my November wrap-up.  November was a pretty good reading month I was able to finish 14 books so I count that as a win.

5 Star Reads

The Princess Knight by G.A. Aiken | (The Scarred Earth Saga #2) | Fantasy | Add to Goodreads

Chainbreaker by Tara Sim | (Timekeeper #2) | Steampunk, Fantasy, Romance | Add to Goodreads

The Midnight Bargain by C.L. Polk | Historical Fantasy | Add to Goodreads

The Joy of Christmas Present by L.G. Rollins | (A Dickens of a Christmas Book 2) | Regency Romance, Proper Romance, Christmas Story | Add to Goodreads

Adler #4 by Lavie Tidhar, Paul McCaffrey | (Adler #4) | Comic Book | Add to Goodreads

Adler #5 by Lavie Tidhar, Paul McCaffrey | (Adler #5) | Comic Book | Add to Goodreads

Wellington #5 by Aaron Mahnke | (Wellington #5) | Comic Book | Add to Goodreads

4 Star Reads

The Devil in the White City: Murder, Magic, and Madness at the Fair That Changed America by Erik Larson | Historical, Mystery, Crime | Add to Goodreads

Anger is an Acid by Michael Clark | (The Patience of a Dead Man #3) | Horror/ Paranormal | Add to Goodreads

This Time by Azaaa Davis | (Nadira Holden, Demon Hunter #1) | New Adult Fantasy/ Urban Fantasy/ Paranormal | Add to Goodreads

Moriarty the Patriot, Vol. 1 by Ryōsuke Takeuchi and Hikaru Miyoshi | Manga | Add to Goodreads

3 Star Reads

Murder for Christmas by Francis Duncan | (Mordecai Tremaine #4) | Historical Holiday Mystery |  Add to Goodreads

An Ivy Hill Christmas by Julie Klassen | (Tales from Ivy Hill) | Historical Fiction, Holiday |  Add to Goodreads

Seduction on a Snowy Night by Madeline Hunter, Sabrina Jeffries, and Mary Jo Putney | Regency Romance, Christmas | Add to Goodreads


The Spellbook of Katrina Van Tassel: A Story of Sleepy Hollow by Alyssa Palombo | Historical Fantasy, Retelling | Add to Goodreads

The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab | Historical Fantasy | Add to Goodreads

Birth of the Fae: Locked Out of Heaven by Danielle Orsino | Fantasy | Add to Goodreads

Woven in Moonlight by Isabel Ibañez | (Woven in Moonlight #1) | Young Adult, Fantasy | Add to Goodreads

Widdershins by Jordan L. Hawk | (Whyborne & Griffin #1) | Historical, Mystery, Romance |  Add to Goodreads

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October 2020 Wrap-up

Monthly Wrapup

Hello you wonderful people.

Welcome to my October wrap-up.  I know that I have not been consistent with these, but 2020 has been just one fire after another. So I am trying to make an effort to deliver constant posts to you guys.

I am very happy with what I read this month. I created a TBR for October even though I am a mood reader for a few reasons. 1) I have a number of books for reviews that I want to try to get finished before the end of the year, 2) I decided to do a month long read-a-thon for October because it just sounded like fun, and 3) I had quite a few of library holds that were coming to me in October. I was able to finish all of my books but 1, however I had to add a book to my TBR that was sent by an author for a tour in November.

Before I get to the books that I finished I want to tell you about some podcasts that I have been enjoying.

  1. On Purpose
  2. The Hidden Djinn
  3. Lore
  4. Cabinet of Curiosities
  5. The Morbid Curiosity Podcast

On Purpose

On Purpose podcast brings fascinating conversations with some of the most insightful people in the world straight to viewers all over the world. Listen to new episodes on Mondays and Fridays anywhere you get your podcasts. Live life today On Purpose!

The Hidden Djinn

Ancient, powerful, and hidden from the human eye, djinn lore spans continents and centuries. Join host Rabia Chaudry every week as she takes you into the world you never even knew existed, the world of The Hidden Djinn.


Lore is a podcast about non-fiction scary stories. Each episode examines historical events that show the dark side of human nature and is presented in a style that’s been compared to a campfire experience.

Cabinet of Curiosities

Cabinet of Curiosities is an audio tour of the unbelievable, the unsettling, and the bizarre. Each episode features two short tales about the most amazing things found in the pages of history.

The Morbid Curiosity Podcast

The Morbid Curiosity Podcast Morbid Curiosity Podcast. A podcast for the morbidly curious. From serial killers to ghosts, ancient curses to obscure medical conditions, let us satisfy your curiosity. (Some episodes may not be appropriate for children.

5 Star Reads

Dead Woman Scorned by Michael Clark | (The Patience of a Dead Man #2) | Horror/ Paranormal | 5 Stars| Add to Goodreads

The Hope of Christmas Past by L.G. Rollins | A Dickens of a Christmas Book 1 | Regency Romance, Christmas Story | 5 Stars |Add to Goodreads

4 Star Reads

My Lady Quicksilver by Bec McMaster | (London Steampunk #3) | Victorian Romance, Steampunk| 4 Stars | Add to Goodreads

Mooncakes by Suzanne Walker and Wendy Xu | Graphic Novel, Fantasy | 4 Stars | Add to Goodreads

Nocturne by Kat Ross | (The Fourth Talisman #1) | Young Adult, Fantasy | Add to Goodreads

House of Salt and Sorrows by Erin A. Craig | Young Adult, Retelling, Fantasy | Add to Goodreads

One Flew Through the Dragon Heart by C.S. Johnson | (Favan & Flew #1) | Steampunk, Fantasy, Romance | Add to Goodreads

Elemental Links by M.A. Leon | Steel and Magic | Fantasy | Add to Goodreads

Midnight Temptation by Shari Nichols | (Ravens Hollow Coven) | Fantasy, Romance | Add to Goodreads

3 Star Reads

Clash of the Demons by Joseph Delaney | (The Last Apprentice #6) | Young Adult, Fantasy | 3 Stars | Add to Goodreads

Hocus Pocus & The All New Sequel by A.W. Jantha | Young Adult, Paranormal | 3 Stars | Add to Goodreads

The Space Between Worlds by Micaiah Johnson | Science Fiction | Add to Goodreads

The Best of No Small Thing – Mindful Meditations by Deborah Hawkins | Collection of Blog Posts/ Non-Fiction | Add to Goodreads

The Lost Book of the White by Cassandra Clare and Wesley Chu | (The Eldest Curses #2) | Young Adult, Fantasy | Add to Goodreads

Alpha’s Revenge by Catherine Stine | (Royal Alpha Wolves Club #3) | Paranormal Romance, Shape-Shifters, Supernatural | Add to Goodreads

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September 2020 Wrap-up

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Hello you wonderful people.

Welcome to my September wrap-up.  September was not my best month just in general. I am hoping that October will be much better.

5 Star Reads

The Damned by Renée Ahdieh |(The Beautiful #2) | Add to Goodreads

Lycans and Legends by Melanie Karsak | (Steampunk Red Riding Hood #6) | Add to Goodreads

A Rogue of One’s Own by Evie Dunmore |(A League of Extraordinary Women #2) | Add to Goodreads

To Sleep in a Sea of Stars by Christopher Paolini | Add to Goodreads

Monstress #28 by Marjorie M. Liu | (Monstress (Issues) #28) | Add to Goodreads

Monstress #29 by Marjorie M. Liu | (Monstress (Issues) #29) | Add to Goodreads

Monstress #30 by Marjorie M. Liu | (Monstress (Issues) #30) | Add to Goodreads

Adler #3 by Lavie Tidhar, Paul McCaffrey | (Adler #3) | Add to Goodreads

Chasing Stars Chapter 1 by Anadia-chan | Add to Goodreads

4.5 Star Reads

Awaken the Three by D.L. Jennings | (Highglade #2) | Add to Goodreads

3.5 Star Reads

Scavenge the Stars by Tara Sim | (Scavenge the Stars #1) | Add to Goodreads

3 Star Reads

Altered Helix by Stephanie Hansen | (Altered Helix #1) Add to Goodreads

2 Star Reads

Arrowood by Mick Finlay | (Arrowood #1) | Add to Goodreads

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April 2020 Wrap-up

Monthly Wrapup

Hello you wonderful people.

Welcome to my April 2020 wrap-up.  This month I read 14 books and I DNF’d 3. It was a pretty good reading month.

5 Star Reads

The Beautiful by Renée Ahdieh | Add to Goodreads
A Feast of Phantoms by Kat Ross | Add to Goodreads
Chain of Gold by Cassandra Clare  | Add to Goodreads


4.5 Star Reads

The Governess Game

The Governess Game by Tessa Dare | Add to Goodreads


4 Star Reads

The Daughter of Sherlock Holmes by Leonard Goldberg | Add to Goodreads
Sword of Fire by Katharine Kerr | Add to Goodreads
The Duchess Deal by Tessa Dare | Add to Goodreads
The Wallflower Wager by Tessa Dare | Add to Goodreads
My Fake Rake by Eva Leigh | Add to Goodreads
An Inconvenient Duke by Anna Harrington  | Add to Goodreads
The Vanished Bride by Bella Ellis | Add to Goodreads
A Trace of Copper by Anne Renwick | Add to Goodreads

2.5 Star Reads

Highland Cove

Highland Cove by Dylan J. Morgan | Add to Goodreads

2 Star Reads

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Vol 2

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Vol. 2 by Alan Moore | Add to Goodreads


Queen Victoria’s Book of Spells: An Anthology of Gaslamp Fantasy | Add to Goodreads
To Have and to Hoax by Martha Waters | Add to Goodreads


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March 2020 Wrap-up

Monthly Wrapup

Hello you wonderful people.

Welcome to my March 2020 wrap-up.  This month I read 10 books and I DNF’d 3.

5 Star Reads

Smoke in the Sun by Renée Ahdieh | Add to Goodreads
A Heart in the Balance by L.G. Rollins  | Add to Goodreads

4 Star Reads

Mycroft and Sherlock by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Anna Waterhouse | Add to Goodreads
A Curious Beginning by Deanna Raybourn | Add to Goodreads
A Perilous Undertaking by Deanna Raybourn | Add to Goodreads
Sherlock: A Scandal In Belgravia #4 by Steven Moffat, Jay | Add to Goodreads
Wellington #3 by Aaron Mahnke
The Priory of the Orange Tree by Samantha Shannon | Add to Goodreads

3.5 Star Reads

Siege and Storm by Leigh Bardugo | Add to Goodreads
My Lady’s Choosing: An Interactive Romance Novel by Kitty Curran and Larissa Zageris | Add to Goodreads


Belle Révolte by Linsey Miller | Add to Goodreads
Magic Bites by Ilona Andrews | Add to Goodreads
Rebel Mechanics by Shanna Swendson | Add to Goodreads

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