Publisher: Thomas Dunne Books

Vortex by Julie Cross

Vortex by Julie Cross

  It’s been a couple years since I read Tempest, but the story pulled me in again so quickly.  I have never felt overwhelmed by all the information she gives about the mechanics of time travel, and I never feel like the romance really takes over the story. Also?  This is what should be a New Adult book – a book where the story revolves around a protagonist who is out of high school, but newly into college or embarking on a career.  It feels so perfectly what I want New Adult to be.  … But that’s an aside. Now that I have […]

Posted October 15, 2019 in Reviews // 4 Comments //
Glass Town by Steven Savile

Glass Town by Steven Savile

Josh Raines inherits a mystery from his grandfather – a mystery about a young woman beloved by his great-grandfather and his great-great-uncle.  Eleanor Raines disappeared off the set of Hitchcock’s unfinished Number 13 and was never seen again.  So what happened to Eleanor?  Something is rotten in the Rothery, and Joshua can’t help but to be swept up in it all. Glass Town had its up and downs.  There were parts of it that absolutely drew me in.  Some of the fantastical elements reminded me of something out of that SyFy show from a while back, Warehouse 13, while other parts reminded […]

Posted February 20, 2019 in Reviews // 0 Comments //
Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones

Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones

I bought this book on Audible on a whim, and !!! boy am I glad I did?  S. Jae-Jones has that lyrical way of writing that makes my heart flutter and this is a long but also hauntingly gorgeous story and I loved it. 1.  I’ve seen some mixed reviews of Liesl, but I really liked her.  Liesl was a fluid character.  She isn’t quite sure what she wanted or who she was, a side-effect of constantly living in the shadows.  I liked Liesl’s imperfections and passionate fits.  At times, she was a commanding woman and at others a spoiled brat […]

Posted January 24, 2018 in Reviews // 12 Comments //