I will be able to download my preorder from Dreamspinner Press in less than two hours!!!! So I have yet to write a review of this series, and I really, really should. I fucking LOVE these books. The Consumption of Magic is book three in this series and it is releasing Nov 20th. I can’t wait. This is possibly the funniest, most awesome series, I have ever read. No kidding. Author TJ Klune’s writing, in general, makes me laugh out lo...

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Penny’s Rating: B | Scenes from Adelaide Road is the first book I ever read by author Helena Stone, but it won’t be the last. It was well written, sweet, a little too anxiety-ridden, but a good story. Scenes from Adelaide Road is a love story in which the MC has a very abusive parent. Lennart’s father is a POS. I usually struggle reading stories like these. As a reader, you see a 360-degree picture of the effects of that abus...

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Looking for a cute holiday romance? This is a super cute addition to the Portland Heat Series by Anabeth Albert! Best read with cocoa! You know what is even better? Wrapped Together is only $1.99 (as of review posting) on amazon!

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You can read part two of this interview below, part one at The Novel Approach, and part three at Prism Book Alliance. P: It’s been my experience people have a lot of misconceptions about what youth homelessness (and even homelessness in general) is. Do you share that experience, and if so, what kind of damage do you feel that does? How do we repair it? H: Youth homelessness in Iowa is a largely invisible crisis for most of the general populati...

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As per usual, this is a fantastic Josh Lanyon read. We have angst, mistaken identity, angst, danger and mayhem, that follows Jefferson Blythe from London, to Paris, to Rome, and back again. We have stupid hot chemistry, and really exasperating men who can’t get their you know what together. This book is classified as “new adult”. The characters depicted are younger and more immature than in Lanyon’s adult mystery and ad...

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Penny’s Rating B+ ~ When I first hear the words: frog-shifter paranormal romance, my first thought was, I am skeptical. What? I was. I wasn’t sure in spite of the bizarre plethora of stuff that I read, (which, let’s be honest, includes a fair amount of shifter paranormal romance, mostly of the werewolf persuasion) that a three-way frog-shifter romance was going to work. I was pleasantly surprised and my skepticism proven wron...

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Consumption of Magic (Tales From Verania #3) by TJ Klune
Book Reviews , Coming Soon / November 19, 2017

I will be able to download my preorder from Dreamspinner Press in less than two hours!!!! So I have yet to write a review of this series, and I really, really should. I fucking LOVE these books. The Consumption of Magic is book three in this series and it is releasing Nov 20th. I can’t wait. This is possibly the funniest, most awesome series, I have ever read. No kidding. Author TJ Klune’s writing, in general, makes me la...

Scenes from Adelaide Road by Helena Stone

Penny’s Rating: B | Scenes from Adelaide Road is the first book I ever read by author Helena Stone, but it won’t be the last. It was well written, sweet, a little too anxiety-ridden, but a good story. Scenes from Adelaide Road is a love story in which the MC has a very abusive parent. Lennart’s father is a POS. I usually struggle reading stories like these. As a reader, you see a 360-degree picture of the effects of...

Blog Tour Interview with Enjoy the Dance Author Heidi Cullinan and Rafflecoptor Giveaway

You can read part two of this interview below, part one at The Novel Approach, and part three at Prism Book Alliance. P: It’s been my experience people have a lot of misconceptions about what youth homelessness (and even homelessness in general) is. Do you share that experience, and if so, what kind of damage do you feel that does? How do we repair it? H: Youth homelessness in Iowa is a largely invisible crisis for most of the genera...

Jefferson Blythe Esquire by Josh Lanyon

As per usual, this is a fantastic Josh Lanyon read. We have angst, mistaken identity, angst, danger and mayhem, that follows Jefferson Blythe from London, to Paris, to Rome, and back again. We have stupid hot chemistry, and really exasperating men who can’t get their you know what together. This book is classified as “new adult”. The characters depicted are younger and more immature than in Lanyon’s adult myst...

Sharing a Pond by Alex Whitehall

Penny’s Rating B+ ~ When I first hear the words: frog-shifter paranormal romance, my first thought was, I am skeptical. What? I was. I wasn’t sure in spite of the bizarre plethora of stuff that I read, (which, let’s be honest, includes a fair amount of shifter paranormal romance, mostly of the werewolf persuasion) that a three-way frog-shifter romance was going to work. I was pleasantly surprised and my skepticism p...