The Nobleman’s Guide to Scandal and Shipwrecks by Mackenzi Lee is a historical YA read you don’t want to miss. Thank you, Katherine Tegen Books, for sending me a copy.
Kingdom Keepers Inheritance by Ridley Pearson Read it later
Kingdom Keepers Inheritance by Ridley Pearson is today’s book to read. First, I want to thank Disney books for sending me an advanced copy. This book is set to release on March 8th, 2022, and so many of you have been buzzing about it.
The Judge’s List by John Grisham Review Read it later
The Judge’s List is another homerun by Grisham! The writing, the mystery, the intrigue—it was all spot on. I could not put this book down or read it fast enough. It may just be one of my favorite Grisham novels to date!
The Attic on Queen Street by Karen White Review Read it later
I am a fan of Karen White’s writing because it always lures me in. I admit reading this book made me question ever residing in an old house. But I loved how realistic everything was in White’s writing of this book.
In Every Generation by Kendare Blake Read it later
In Every Generation by Kendare Blake is a new book I just got from Disney Books. It’s the first book I received from Disney Books, AND it’s an early advanced reader copy! How awesome is that? Needless to say, I dove into this book headfirst and did not put it down until I finished. I cannot tell you how much I enjoyed this YA fantasy read too!
Review: The Plot by Jean Hanff Korelitz Read it later
First, I want to thank Celadon Books for sending me a free copy of The Plot. It was in a custom box with information from the author! I loved it!
Review: The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner Read it later
Review: The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner is here. After I did a 30-second book review on Instagram, I got so many messages that I HAD to feature this book and give you all my thoughts.
The Two Lives of Lydia Bird by Josie Silver Review Read it later
First, I want to thank Random House for sending me a free copy of this book. As many of you know, I am a huge Josie Silver fan. I absolutely adored her holiday novel One Day in December and could not wait to read this book.
Brigid Kemmerer did an incredible job of creating a fairytale retelling like no other books I’ve read. The Cursebreaker series starts off with A Curse so Dark and Lonely. We meet Harper, who gets whisked to Emberfalls!
Alison Sanger and Ethan Molloy are the protagonists of this novel. It is told from Alison’s perspective, and we meet her going to school with food poisoning. Why? Well, she and Ethan are rivals at school.
Karen M. McManus books changed my reading world Read it later
First of all, yes, I own every book Karen M. McManus has published. I have even read them more than once. Even though I read a LOT, I read different authors. So for me, owning an entire collection of works from an author is a big deal.
Three historical books I recommend reading Read it later
Three historical books I recommend reading are Cilka’s Journey by Heather Morris, Off the Wild Coast of Brittany by Juliet Blackwell, and Surviving Savannah by Patti Callahan. Find out why you need to read these stories!