Apr 30, 2021

Review--Mirror, Mirror by Jen Calonita


What if the Evil Queen poisoned the prince?

Following her beloved mother's death, the kingdom falls into the hands of Snow White's stepmother, commonly referred to as "the Evil Queen" by those she rules. Snow keeps her head down at the castle, hoping to make the best of her situation.

But when new information about her parents resurfaces and a plot to kill her goes haywire, everything changes for Snow. With the help of a group of wary dwarfs, a kind prince she thought she'd never see again, and a mysterious stranger from her past, Snow embarks on a quest to stop the Evil Queen and take back her kingdom. But can she stop an enemy who knows her every move and will stop at nothing to retain her power... including going after the ones Snow loves?




I was eager to pick up another Twisted Tale from Disney-Hyperion and chose Jen Calonita's Mirror, Mirror! Snow White is the first Disney movie, so I was curious to see what added plot points would be used to enhance the story and turn it around so that the prince eats the poison apple, and boy, did Jen really take this story for trip!

It's the weirdest thing starting this book and learning that the Evil Queen had a regular name once, Ingrid. We learn of Ingrid's childhood through flashbacks. They eventually led to how she became the Evil Queen as we all knew her, and her story was pretty dark and sad, but naturally, it doesn't justify her actions as an adult. It's not long before we learn that Ingrid, is Snow's aunt!

Snow White has been sequestered to her castle ever since her father disappeared one day--for yes, he didn't die like we always thought he did! She spends her days trying to keep the castle clean, by choice. For the movie always made it seem like the Evil Queen made her into a servant. Snow happily chooses to help keep her family home clean since the Queen sent nearly all the servants away, except the few that gave her their loyalty. 

Much the way of the movie, Ingrid has her magic mirror that found when was apprenticing as a magician that one day tells her Snow White is more fair than she. Not having that Ingrid sends her huntsman to take her out into the woods and kill her. You know this part of the story, it's not long before Snow finds herself staying with the seven dwarfs, but instead of just hiding away they begin to plan a rebellion one that will help Snow get back her throne and her kingdom. Joining them in her quest is Henri, or as we knew him the Prince. And in the true way of Disney, these two have been falling for each other ever since they met days ago in a chance encounter her castle courtyard!

While I really enjoyed getting this more in depth look at the classic Disney movie, I felt like some of Ingrid's flashbacks were a little much and didn't really help to move things forward. The chapters almost alternated between Snow and Ingrid and Ingrid's chapters were almost always a flashback. They start back in her childhood which basically makes it a drag to get up to speed to see why she is the way she is. I mean I guess we see where her jealousy started with her sister and all but it just felt like it took so long to get to relevant flashbacks.

I did enjoy getting a little more meat to the Snow White movie though. It was a cute read and Snow definitely evolved more into a heroine. Being the first Disney Princess she was your traditional damsel in distress who doesn't do anything really, but needs saving. This Snow never eats the apple, as the prompt so tells us, and she is the one who has to do the saving, but not just for her prince, but for her kingdom as well.

I liked Mirror, Mirror overall. Sure, it wasn't flawless and it dragged in some of the flashbacks but it was definitely an interesting read. Ingrid was more of a complex character instead of a jealous lunatic. Sure, she's still that, but there's some added layers to it! Lol. Definitely a read for the Disney Fan!

Overall Rating 3.5/5 stars

Book Blogger Hop

This meme is hosted by Billy at Ramblings of a Coffee Addict!
This week's question is: What are some common tropes you've seen in a genre you like to read? Are there any books you've read that reverse or change those tropes? (submitted by Julie @ JadeSky)

MY ANSWER: Tropes...tropes...I don't know that I have a favorite one really. It usually depends on how the author writes it. For example, love triangles. I've a love/hate relationship with love triangles. Sometimes I feel like an author might throw one into the story for the hell out it. It doesn't really fit neatly into the story and has an awkward feel to it, but love triangles are popular so let's throw one in there!

Now there are also love triangles where I love the heroine (because let's face it, it's usually the girl with two boys after her) with boy guy. Each guy has things to offer, she usually has some foundation relationship with them that "choosing" is actually really hard! Jennifer L. Armentrout's Dark Elements trilogy was a good example, but I was always Team Roth because I had issues with Zayne. Totally happy with where he's at now though! Lol!

So that was a slight detour from the topic, do I love love triangles? Eh. Whatever trope it is will depend on how it is written. That will determine if I enjoy it!

Apr 29, 2021

Review--Looking Glass by Christina Henry

In four new novellas, Christina Henry returns to the universe she created for Alice and Red Queen, where magic runs more freely than anyone suspects, but so do secrets and blood.

Lovely Creature
In the New City lives a girl called Elizabeth, a girl who has a secret: she can do magic. But someone knows Elizabeth's secret--someone who has a secret of his own. That secret is a butterfly that lives in a jar, a butterfly made by a girl called Alice.

Girl in Amber
Alice and Hatcher are just looking for a place to rest. Alice has been dreaming of a cottage by a lake and a field of wildflowers, but while walking blind in a snowstorm they stumble into a castle that seems empty and abandoned...at least until nightfall.

When I First Came to Town
Hatcher wasn't always Hatcher. Once, he was a boy called Nicholas, and Nicholas fancied himself the best fighter in the Old City. No matter who fought him he always won. Then his boss tells him he's going to battle the fearsome Grinder, a man who never leaves his opponents alive.

The Mercy Seat
Alice has a secret--a secret that not even Hatcher knows yet, but pretty soon she won't be able to keep it from him.


I took a dive into my TBR pile and came up with Looking Glass by Christina Henry! This kind of brings another conclusion to her Alice duology from a few years back. I can’t remember the duology super well, but reading these stories helped remind me of things. Henry writes a much darker version of Wonderland and more modern and we venture back to that land with these stories that took place after Alice and Hatcher defeated the White Queen.

Lovely Creature was the first story and followed Elizabeth, Alice’s sister that she never really got to know. Elizabeth has herself a classic “Alice” adventure by following a strange birdman and soon finds herself in a new place that was odd and somewhat terrifying. There were so many nods to the classic Alice in Wonderland tale in this one that I was happy reading this new version with a character I really couldn’t remember from the first series. But I found myself enjoying the moment with Elizabeth as she proves that she is just like her older sister, and more savvy traditional “Alice” too.

Girl in Amber was a story involving our Alice. She and Hatcher are traveling in the woods trying to find shelter for the winter to come. It’s when Alice is left to her own devices that she finds a small cottage, but it’s anything but pleasant inside. It’s a house of horrors and Alice will have to be able to find the monster inside and defeat it if she ever wants to get back outside again.

When I First Came to Town is a story from Hatcher’s past. He remembers a time when he was younger and a fighter, before he worked for Rabbit. He was set to go up against an undefeatable champion, it was a true David and Goliath type story in that aspect. But then he meets Hattie, the girl who would be his first wife and everything changes.

The Mercy Seat involved Hatcher and Alice again as they continue their trek through the forest trying to find a place to live their lives together happily. It’s not long before they realize they are being followed and Alice has a vision that tells her of dangers ahead in a small village that they will have to pass through in order to get to their destination. But the village is not found of strangers or magic users…which as we know, Alice and Hatcher are both of those. It kind of reminded me of another story from some years back, something like The Lottery, but not quite in that sense.

The novellas were all fairly quick reads. They were enjoyable ones too, I just wish I had better memories of the original duology. All the characters rang familiar of course, but it was the history of what had already come to pass that I was struggling to remember. But, it’s not overly necessary to remember those things and still enjoy this one! Though if you haven’t read the original duology, that is still recommend since these are new characters and whatnot. I loved how Christina made Wonderland her own in this series. It’s a darker, grittier version of the place than we’ve seen before. It’s definitely not a place you want to follow a white rabbit too!

Looking Glass was the conclusion to the Alice duology I never knew I needed! It brought about resolution to the heroes I grew to love in this series. It was fun read, even if I couldn’t quite remember how I got to the this place to begin with…a very Alicelike notion and perfectly fitting for this series, don’t you think?


Overall Rating 4/5 stars





Random Thursday

I didn't realize there was so much to learn about space that was weird! Lol. Yes, space is vast and all, but True Facts That Sound Like Bull$#*t by Shane Carley is bringing up some really interesting factoids!

(image borrowed from Space)

The star KIC 8462852 has been known to brighten and dim sporadically which makes some scientists believe that an alien structure is blocking the light, though there could be other, better explanations.

Definitely hoping for the latter!

(image borrowed from Pinterest)

Did you know if you are wearing a space suit, you are unable to whistle. There isn't enough air pressure for it to happen.


(image borrowed from Wikipedia)

As far as the records go, no one has had sex in space.

(image borrowed from Wikipedia)

Not only have cats, dogs, and monkey been to space, but also frogs and guinea pigs!

(image borrowed from Forbes)

Boomerangs work in space! Astronauts have tested them.

Apr 28, 2021

ARC Review--Shadowed Steel by Chloe Neill


In the third installment in the Heirs of Chicagoland series, the vampires in Elisa Sullivan's world are out for blood.

Elisa Sullivan is the only vampire ever born, and she bears a heavy legacy. After a sojourn with the North American Central Pack of shifters in the wilderness--where she turned a young woman into a vampire to save her life--Elisa returns to Chicago.

But no good deed goes unpunished. The ruling body of vampires, the Assembly of American Masters, is furious that Elisa turned someone without their permission, and they're out for her blood. When an AAM vampire is found dead, Elisa is the prime suspect. Someone else is stalking Chicago--and Elisa. She'll need to keep a clear head, and a sharp blade, to survive all the supernatural strife.





I received this ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest and voluntary review. I was in no way compensated for this review.


Chloe Neill returns to the streets of Chicago with Shadowed Steel as the adventures with Elisa Sullivan—daughter of our favorite vampire couple—continues to find her place in the city that she loves. But what would a story be without trouble afoot and this book was chockful of it! Elisa finds herself in trouble with the AAM, aka vampire council, for turning a human and if that wasn’t trouble enough, a killer has set sights on her.

You can enter any Chloe Neill novel and expect to have a magical time! I love returning to Chicago with her books, be they with Merit or Elisa! Elisa is very much like her parents in all the best ways possible! She’s a fierce heroine with a sense of humor and her mother’s appetite. Setting aside the vamprisim, she’s a character you can relate to. When she gets called out by the AAM for turning a human without permission she finds herself in hot water. Not only will she have to suffer punishment but she will be forced to choose a House and to be Tested—something her parents worked hard to prevent, since she is the first vampire child ever.

But that’s only the beginning of her problems, suddenly one of the AAM members is murdered and Elisa is the prime suspect. It’s not long until a mysterious stalker turns up in Elisa’s life claiming to have done what was necessary to protect her. It gets pretty creepy after that. Now Elisa and Connor have to work double time to find the stalker/murderer and to figure out a way to get the AAM off her back.

I am loving this new generation of Chicagoland! Seriously, these characters are the greatest! I love Elisa and Connor, Lulu and Alexei…who I might add have the best chemistry ever! They may only appear on the pages some of the time, but I love that these two bicker like teenagers, yet each have softer sides to them. Seriously, I am wanting more of that story and hopefully Chloe delivers on their part throughout Elisa’s story! Which thankfully, we know that there’s at least one more book to be had!

The pacing of this one was an easy flow! The action was constantly in motion, though not always focused on the mystery solving. It’s a nice blend of plot points and all those little moments that come in between…such as the growing relationship between Elisa and Connor. I love how easy going their relationship has become. Their past friendship is still there too, as it’s not all lovey-dovey moments and I love how they have that balance with one another. There are still common issues to be had, but they are not problems, at least not for now.

The ending was exciting as well. Perhaps part of it was a bit rushed, I feel like Elisa makes this same comment too and does in her own way, but there were still more resolutions to come and in the end, everything is nicely settled. I am enjoying that Chloe continues to end these novels with a conclusion, I think it’s more due to an unknown length of series, but I have to say it is so relieving not to suffer through cliffhangers. I personally never want to go through one like Hard Bitten again! Lol.

Shadowed Steel was a most entertaining read and pays homage to the classic days of Urban Fantasy! This is a series all vampire fans should read because it’s a nice easy going read coupled with well-paced action, romance, humor, and mystery…it’s a series that has it all!


Overall Rating 4.5/5 stars



Shadowed Steel releases May 4, 2021







Waiting on Wednesday


Can't-Wait Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted at Wishful Endings, to spotlight and discuss the books we're excited about that we have yet to read. It's based on Waiting on Wednesday, hosted by the fabulous Jill at Breaking the Spine.


Once upon a time Ella had wished for more than her life as a lowly maid.

Now forced to work hard under the unforgiving, lecherous gaze of the man she once called stepfather, Ella’s only refuge is in the books she reads by candlelight, secreted away in the library she isn’t permitted to enter.

One night, among her beloved books of far-off lands, Ella’s wishes are answered. At the stroke of midnight, a fairy godmother makes her an offer that will change her life: seven wishes, hers to make as she pleases. But each wish comes at a price and Ella must to decide whether it’s one she’s willing to pay it.

A smouldering, terrifying new spin on Cinderella – perfect for fans of Laura Purcell and Erin Morgenstern.

I recently heard about this one and was immediately intrigued! I love a good fairy tale retelling!

TITLE: The Shadow in the Glass
AUTHOR: J.J.A. Harwood

PUBLISHER: Harper Voyager
GENRE: Fantasy
RELEASE DATE: May 4, 2021

Apr 27, 2021

ARC Review--Ember of Night by Molly E. Lee


I am a weed.

Unloved by my abusive, alcoholic dad. Unwanted by my classmates. Unnoticed by everyone else.

But I’d suffer anything to give my kid sister a better life—the minute I turn eighteen, I’m getting us the hell out of here. And some hot stranger telling me I am the key to stopping a war between Heaven and Hell isn’t going to change that.

Let the world crumble and burn, for all I care.

Draven is relentless, though. And very much a liar. Every time his sexy lips are moving, I can see it—in the dip of his head, the grit of his jaw—even if my heart begs me to ignore the signs.

So what does he want?

I need to figure it out fast, because now everyone is gunning for me. And damn if I don’t want to show them what happens when you let weeds thrive in the cracks of the pavement…

We can grow powerful enough to shatter the whole foundation.


I received this ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest and voluntary review. I was in no way compensated for this review.


Molly E. Lee’s Ember of Night is the “can’t miss” Young Adult read of the year! It brings back to the heyday of YA fallen angels, demons, unavoidable prophecies and the apocalypse. With a stellar cast of characters, readers will be hard-pressed not to fall in love with this book from the first chapter!

Harley is counting down the days until her eighteenth birthday, then she plans to take her younger sister away from their abusive father and live a normal and happy life together. So though I believe it has been previously mentioned, trigger warnings for this book include abuse. Harley’s father beats her near daily, and Harley takes it all if it means, Ray, her younger sister never gets hit. She’s hides her bruises from her boss at work, and her best friend Kai, because if people knew, they might separate her from her sister, so keeps it a secret and waits for the day it can all end.

Then she meets Draven, our typical YA bad boy of mystery. He’s broody and sullen, yet Harley is drawn to him again and again. I will say there is a prologue chapter that gives us a bit of insight to who and what Draven actually is, and let’s just say, he’s not human. He was sent to stop the apocalypse and Harley is fated to play a key role in it. You can do the math from there.

As soon as the clock strikes midnight on Harley’s birthday though, her eyes are opened to the world around her. Demons exist. And they are all after her blood. But Harley is not the kind of girl who needs saving, she plans to save herself and her sister from whatever comes their way.

Whoa, you guys! This book was heavy stuff! Not only the deeper meanings with heaven, hell, the Creator, demons, and all that trend, but just the amount of things that happen in this one! The abuse that Harley endures to protect her sister. The bravery this girl has and throws herself into the thick of things to help others. I mean, she’s not Spiderman or anything and goes looking to save people, but she doesn’t walk away from a cry for help either. Harley has got game! She’s one of the fiercest heroine I’ve met. When she literally gets knocked down and out, she crawls back up to her feet and starts swinging. I envy her strength.

There’s definitely a level of forbidden romance going on between her and Draven as well. Draven is a boy just riddled with mysteries and secrets. You thought Patch was mystery defined, wait until you meet Draven.

Molly writes a very unique story here. I positively loved what she created here! It had me turning the pages every free minute I had. I also give her kudos on not dwelling too thick into the religion side of things. I mean when you have heaven, hell, demons being mentioned left and right, you wonder just how much into religion you might get. She handles it all very well and really just keeps it on the name dropping level and you know, duking it out with the demons. Though, that may not always be the case, this is only book one of course.

The pacing to this book was just right too. We start with the countdown to Harley’s birthday and all the while you wonder if she’ll live to see it. Then obviously, she makes it but the demon horde is still coming for her blood and we’re presented with another countdown that will see us through to the end of the story. It’s book that keeps you on your toes and turning those pages as fast as you can. The dynamic between Harley and Draven isn’t bad either! I honestly loved their bantering the most! I’ve always loved that animosity to love best! You know, the one where it’s not quite hate, but close enough? Lol.

The family bond between Harley and her sister was endearing too. That she cares so much for her younger sister, she takes all the hits her father has. It was just so much, you know? Then there are other people in her life who care for her too. It was heartwarming to see, honestly. Usually adults make a come and go appearance in YA books and while these adults weren’t always there, they were there more than previous YA books have shown us.

Of course, this is only book one in a yet-to-be-determined series. I am anxious to know more and a quick Goodreads check shows a sequel to come out in November of this year! Let’s hope that can hold true because there was a whopper of a cliffhanger reveal at the end of this one. One (hyphenated) word: game-changer! Molly E. Lee definitely has hooked this reader in! I am in it for the long haul folks!

If you’re looking for the next big angels/demons YA read, then you will have to pick up Ember of Night! It’s a read that will have you hooked from the very beginning until the very end…and even after that too! It’s a read truly not to be missed! Add it fast to your TBR piles folks!



Overall Rating 5/5 stars


Ember of Night releases May 4, 2021





Teaser & Top Ten Tuesdays

Teaser Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by Purple Princess of The Purple Booker

Here are the rules:

1. Grab your current read
2. Open to a page
3. Pick out 2 lines that are SPOILER FREE
4. Name the title, author, etc.


"Oh no, not me, never me. I am jealous of nothing and no one for I am the one who keeps all the stories and stories are more valuable than rubies. All the knowledge of the world is in stories." p 13









TITLE: Looking Glass
AUTHOR: Christina Henry

GENRE: Dark Fantasy
RELEASE DATE: April 21, 2020



Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.


This week's topic is: Top Ten Animals from Books (these could be mythical, real, main characters, sidekicks, companions/pets, shifters, etc.) (Submitted by Paige @paigesquared and Jennifer Y. @ Never Too Many to Read)


*in no particular order
**I'm going with shifters! Next to vampires, they're my favorites! Lol! Although, I'm not so much choosing different kinds of shifters, just favorite characters who are shifters.

10. CONNOR (Heirs of Chicagoland)--werewolf
9. ELENA (Women of the Otherworld)--werewolf
8. PIETER (13 to Life)--werewolf

7. FREDDIE (Haven)--werewolf
6. RHEN (ACSDAL)--dragon
5. EMBER (Talon)--dragon

4. FAYTHE (Shifters)--werecat
3. KISHAN (Tiger's Curse)--tiger
2. LUC (The Dispossessed)--gargoyle

1. BARRONS (Fever)--beast

Apr 26, 2021

ARC Review--Blade of Secrets by Tricia Levenseller

A teenage blacksmith with social anxiety accepts a commission from the wrong person and is forced to go on the run to protect the world from the most powerful magical sword she's ever made.

Eighteen-year-old Ziva prefers metal to people. She spends her days tucked away in her forge, safe from society and the anxiety it causes her, using her magical gift to craft unique weapons imbued with power.

Then Ziva receives a commission from a powerful warlord, and the result is a sword capable of stealing its victims' secrets. A sword that can cut far deeper than the length of its blade. A sword with the strength to topple kingdoms. When Ziva learns of the warlord’s intentions to use the weapon to enslave all the world under her rule, she takes her sister and flees.

Joined by a distractingly handsome mercenary and a young scholar with extensive knowledge of the world's known magics, Ziva and her sister set out on a quest to keep the sword safe until they can find a worthy wielder or a way to destroy it entirely.


I received this ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest and voluntary review. I was in no way compensated for this review.


Tricia Levenseller returns with a new fantasy duology following a bladesmith with a magic touch. Blade of Secrets follows Ziva, a renowned bladesmith social anxiety who has to overcome her fears in order to save her sister, save herself, and save the world.

Let it be said that Tricia Levenseller rocks the fantasy world, because oh my wow! I told myself it would be best to wait out 2021 and read this duology back to back in 2022, but I couldn't resist the offer to review it early! This fantasy is so incredibly well-paced, it blew my mind! I kept wondering where the gigantic cliffhanger would happen, knowing it was going to be in the thick of things just when it gets dire and exciting! And I'll touch on that in a bit, but let's move onto the story!

Ziva is a world famous bladesmith. She creates magical weapons that make the wielder near unstoppable. She is gifted with magic to make the weapons be so powerful. She has been able to keep herself and her younger sister, Temra, well off with her talents. And it is because of her special talents that brings the warlord, Kymora to her door. Kymora is the all-mighty warlord of the world and has come to Ziva wanting a weapon that will make her enemies crumble. It's when Ziva does her job too well and creates a weapon that can attack without even needing to touch its victim, she realizes the mistake she has made. For not only is the weapon powerful, but when blood falls onto the blade, the wielder can hear the injured's thoughts.

Ziva and Temra then must escape into the night to escape Kymora. They hire a mercenary, Kellyn for protection against anyone and everything, and then Petrik, a scholar joins wanting to "interview" Ziva regarding her magic for the book he is writing. Plus he offers other skills that could help them out. The unlikely quartet soon begin a perilous journey trying to find a safe harbor to weather out the storm. Ziva and Temra think they might be safest with their father's family in Thersa, but it's a long and rocky journey to get there.

Let me say it again, WOW! Tricia has yet again written another fantasy novel that is just so mind-blowingly awesome that I was left speechless at its end! The story is one of the most exciting ones that I've read in awhile, and I read a lot of fantasy these days! Blade of Secrets has the epic quest vibe going for it coupled with characters that are sure to burrow their way into your hearts! I have to admit, I loved Ziva the most! She is gripped by a social anxiety that makes her seize up in any social situation. She pretty much can only handle talking to her sister and, oh my goodness, I soooo related to this girl. While I'd say my social anxiety is not as extreme as hers was, I so related to her feelings of talking to new people, being crippled with fear of all sorts of minuscule thoughts that lead to greater bursts of fear. While trying to talk with Kellyn at multiple moments and not quite getting there because of her social fears I could not relate more to this girl, because I have thought many of the same things she has when trying to have a conversation with someone. Sadly, I was never put in front of Kellyn type. 

That being said, the romance is definitely one of the most sweetest kinds I've read about! Kellyn was a surprising character and I absolutely adored him! The romance was most definitely the slow buildup sort that even then has a slow burn once ignited. Not to be outdone with just one romance, there is some heavy flirting going on with Temra and Petrik, though Petrik will prove to be a bigger challenge than Temra has ever faced before.

There was a good many secrets be built up and explored in this book as well. I don't want to get too into those details, but there's definitely a mystical mystery that builds up that results in many a surprise! The pacing was absolutely ideal too! Blade of Secrets was quite the page-turner! Just as the quartet overcomes one challenge and you think they might be closer to their goal, they are thrown a curve ball and bounced off course again and again! It was an exhilarating and breathtaking kind of read!

Blade of Secrets is the start to yet another amazing Tricia Levenseller duology! You can expect there to be a cliffhanger of sorts at the end of this one, but I can say it is at least in a good place. Yes, things are still dire and uncertain...I mean it wouldn't be a cliffhanger if things were in a good place. There's a lot of questions left hanging and there's a thick tension in the air. It will still be a trying wait until next year when we can join Ziva on the rest of her journey. If you start any fantasy series this year, let it be Blade of Secrets, it's a read that is sure to enthrall you with its magic, characters, and story at heart!


Overall Rating 5/5 stars


Blade of Secrets releases May 4, 2021





It's Monday! What are You Reading?

It's Monday! What Are You Reading? is hosted by Kathryn at Book Date. It's a fun meme where we gather to share what we've read last week and our reading plans for this week.


Last Week I Read:

Million Dollar Demon by Kim Harrison (ARC)--Review to come at a later date


Currently Reading:

Looking Glass by Christina Henry


What I Plan to Read Next:

Darling by K. Ancrum (ARC)



Other Posts of Interest:

Teaser & Top Ten Tuesdays
Waiting on Wednesday
Random Thursday
Book Blogger Hop
COVER COPY REVEAL--Stealing Infinity by Alyson Noel
Stacking the Shelves