Dual Review: July Thunder & July Lightning by Shannon A. Thompson || A bitter-sweet yet strong read

Title: July Thunder
Author: Shannon A. Thompson
Series: Bad Bloods, book 3
Genre: Dystopia, Sci-fi, [Young-Adult]
Heat Rating: Cool
Page Count and Format: 165 pages, Ebook
Published: April 10th, 2017 by Clean Teen Publishing
Source: I received an eARC of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
My Rating: 

Blurb (from Goodreads):

Fourteen-year-old Violet has been called many things: a bad blood, a survivor, an immortal…now she has a new name–citizen. But adjusting to a lawful life is not easy, especially when she must live under the rule of the same officers who justified the killings of her flock only eight months earlier.

Segregation of bad bloods and humans is still in effect, and rebellious Violet steps into a school where she is not allowed. When the police get involved, things deteriorate quickly, sparking a new revolution at the wall separating the Highlands from the outskirts.

That’s when Caleb steps in. He might appear to be an average sixteen-year-old bad blood, but he has secrets, and Violet is determined to figure them out. Caleb knows who’s attacking the wall and why, but his true identity remains a mystery–and how he relates to Violet could shake the threatened city to its very core.

Together or not, a storm will form, a rally will start, and shocking truths will be revealed.


This book was a quick read. I really loved getting back to the world of the Bad Bloods again and I really enjoyed the diverse characters.  You can read my review of November Rain (book 1), here and November Snow (book 2), here.

The last book ended with the Bad Bloods finally getting recognised as citizens of Vendona. But equal rights are yet to be totally implied. Violet survived the massacre of her flock a few months ago and she’s not ready to forgive the humans for it just yet but when a new rebellion sparks that might be a danger to the Bad Bloods as well, she figures Caleb is the only one who can help but will he?

The plot was refreshing and easy to read. The Bad Bloods were considered a threat to the society because of their powers but after Serena and Daniel fought for their rights, they were finally granted some freedom but the consequences remained. We got a glimpse of Violet in the previous books but we get to know more about her in this book. I really liked the interesting fact about her age and how everything actually worked for her. I really liked her, from the very start. She was rebellious and brave, she just wanted to be treated like a normal person and not someone to be feared but I liked the fact that she didn’t take shit from others and always stood up for herself.

“Some rumors said she was a demon from another world. Other rumors said she was death incarnate, someone to remind us of our misdeeds. But no one had said how beautiful she was. No one had mentioned her eyes. The ones that showed color only for a second. A hint of beauty in absolute blackness.”

We are also introduced to Caleb’s herd where we get to see so many new characters and each one possessed a unique ability. I especially liked Nuo’s powers, Kuthun was quite a unique character as well. This book dragged a little in the middle but it picked up towards the end. Caleb’s true identity is also revealed and it ended on a pretty interesting note which made me pick up the next book in this series immediately after finishing this one.


Title: July Lightning
Author: Shannon A. Thompson
Series: Bad Bloods, book 4
Genre: Dystopia, Sci-fi, [Young-Adult]
Heat Rating: Cool
Page Count and Format: 267 pages, Ebook
Published: May 1st, 2017 by Clean Teen Publishing
Source: I received an eARC of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
My Rating: 

Blurb (from Goodreads):

Sixteen-year-old Caleb has been called many things: a patient, a musician, even a prostitute…now he has a new name- son. After his identity is uncovered, Caleb bands together with the family he once rejected in order to save the city of Vendona. But it won’t be easy. Enemies wait around every corner and so do harsh realities. With Violet and Kuthun by his side though, nothing seems impossible. As Vendona sits on the verge of an economic collapse and a massive hurricane threatens the city, Violet and Caleb must show its citizens how to overcome decades of hostility and division to save themselves. Standing or not, a sea will rage, a wall may fall, and all will depend on immortal pain and sacrifice.


This book was pretty awesome. I was on the edge from the very start and couldn’t put this book down.

The threat that looms over their shoulder is becoming bigger and bigger and when Violet finally learns the truth, she knows she has to do something to save them all. With the help of Caleb, will she be able to stop the impending disaster?

This book was not devoid of politics and it was quite and interesting aspect. So many things happened in this book which kept me interested till the very end. I really enjoyed seeing the characters from the previous Bad Bloods duology as well. The character development in this book was one of my most favourite things about this book. I really loved how Violet handled every situation maturely and protected the ones she dearly loved.

The storm added a violent twist to the story. And along with that, the rebellion played a huge role and when we finally get to know who was behind everything, I was a little shocked. Violet knew she couldn’t stop that person and she along with her friends did everything in their power to save everyone but there were tear-jerker moments as well.

“A heroic act is not always followed by glory and parades and forever freedom,” she said. “It’s often small, disregarded, or forgotten. But it matters.”

Another fact that I loved was that Caleb finally forgiving his family and accepting them. He was a real strong character and it took strength what he had to do in the last moments though it was Violet who stole the show for me. This book was unpredictable and although it ended on a bittersweet note, I was left satisfied with the ending.

Overall, July Thunder & July Lightning were a great read. I enjoyed how the plot was executed and the character development throughout the books. The writing was beautiful and smooth and it was fast-paced, I can’t wait to read more by this author.

Recommend it?

Yes!


So guys, what do you think of this series? Have you read any other book by this author?

Review: Witch’s Pyre by Josephine Angelini || A semi-satisfying conclusion

Title: Witch’s Pyre
Author: Josephine Angelini
Series: Worldwalker trilogy, book 3
Genre: Fantasy, Romance, [Young-Adult]
Heat Rating: Cool
Page Count and Format: 384 pages, Paperback
Published: August 25th, 2016 by Macmillan Children’s Books
Source: Purchased
My Rating:

Blurb (from Goodreads):

Lily Proctor has come a long way from the weak, sickly girl she used to be. She has gained power as a witch and a leader, found her way home, chosen to face battle again, and (after losing her first love and being betrayed by her new love) she has learned more about loss and grief than she ever wanted to know.

Thrust once again into a society different from anything they have ever seen, Lily and her coven are determined to find answers―to find a new path to victory, a way to defeat the monstrous Woven without resorting to nuclear weapons or becoming a tyrannical mass murderer like her alternate self, Lillian. But sometimes winning requires sacrifices . . . and when the only clear path to victory lies at Lillian’s side, what price will Lily be willing to pay?


This book took me on a wholly different ride and boy I loved it! There were ups and downs and I wish there some parts were explored more but in the end, I absolutely loved this trilogy.

*Beware of Spoilers*

Lily along with her friends are now in the other part of the city they have never dared to enter until now. Surprisingly, Bower City welcomed them. All seemed rainbows and sunshine until they begin to find the crack. Now, they can’t leave and when the shocking truth comes it, everything falls into places. Can Lily and her mechanics win the ultimate fight or will they never see the light of the day again?

The plot and the twists kept me on the edge throughout the whole book. I was still hoping that the ending of book 2 was just a dream and we would get that particular character back but I was shattered once again. *sad face* Anyway, Bower City was completely different than I thought it would be, there is no theft, no crimes in that city, everybody lives in harmony and peace. It was perfect. Too perfect. Until we began to see the creepy side of it which was really disgusting and just very very creepy. It irked me to no end.

Grace was really graceful (I didn’t mean to write it like that… it just happened!!), polite and perfect just like her city but as we got to unravel the actual truth, my goodness, that woman not only committed mass genocide of the humans but also the woven as well for centuries! The sub-plot about the wovens was quite interesting, I have been waiting to know more about that since book one and now finally the truth is revealed, I knew there was something more to them and I liked how much variety there were between them.

I felt sorry for the hives and the warrior sisters after learning of Grace’s manipulation and control over them, in the end, they were no less than victims either. We also finally get to see the actual reason behind Rowan’s action in the previous book but the lack of communication failed to please me, along with the romance which was barely there. I wanted more of Rowan and Lily!

The build-up was quite amazing. I have read a quite a lot of books where the build-up is perfect and then when the main execution comes, everything goes up in poof but thank goodness it was not the case here. The ultimate battle was everything I wanted it to be, it was bloody damn amazing how the humans and the wovens fought together for their ultimate freedom. In the end, Lilian’s end was inevitable. She could have been saved, I won’t say what she did, in the end, was noble, it was something that needed to be done and no one could have done it except her.

But I needed more answers. I really hated agent Simms but surprisingly, I liked how everything was wrapped up in the end but it left me a little dissatisfied. Like how was the new regime, how was Lily handling the new responsibilities and how were the wovens and the humans co-existing after remaining enemies for as much longer they remembered? This book would have gotten a 5 star from me if these areas were answered.

Overall, Witch’s Pyre was an interesting read. I enjoyed the plot and the characters didn’t fail to surprise me. Though I wanted more answers from this book but I did enjoy the ride. The writing was addictive and it was fast paced throughout the book.

Recommend it?

Yes.


So guys, what do you think about this book? Have you read this series yet or is it in your tbr? If yes, how was your experience?

Review: Firewalker by Josephine Angelini || An intriguing mid-bridge

Title: Firewalker
Author: Josephine Angelini
Series: Worldwalker trilogy, book 2
Genre: Fantasy, Romance, [Young-Adult]
Heat Rating: Slightly warm
Page Count and Format: 339 pages, Paperback
Published: August 27th, 2015 by Macmillan Children’s Books
Source: Purchased
My Rating:

Blurb (from Goodreads):

Lily Proctor has made it back to her own universe, and it’s finally time for her and Rowan to be happy and relax. True, she almost died in the Pyre that fueled their escape, and they must hide her new magic for the safety of the world, but compared to fighting the monstrous Woven and leading armies in the alternate Salem, life is looking good.

‘You think I’m a monster, but my choices, as ruthless as they seem, are justified.’

Unfortunately, Lillian, ruthless ruler of the 13 Cities, is not willing to let Lily go that easily. Lily is the closest version of herself she’s ever seen in all her worldwalking, and Lillian’s running out of time. If she can’t persuade Lily and Rowan to return to her world, she’ll have to find a way to make them come back.


*Minor Spoilers*

After Lily’s last battle at Salem which left scarred and very weak, she and Rowan both managed to world jump and return to Lily’s world. But Lillian wants her to come back and the police were looking for her here, she is not safe in either of the worlds. When she begins to learn the shocking secrets of Lillian, she is forced to make a choice which will ultimately lead her to freedom or her own doom.

Firewalker is considerably slower than the first book, Trial by Fire but I was thoroughly entertained throughout the book and the plot kept me engaged till the very end. After fighting with Lillian which left Lily in a pretty bad condition, she along with Rowan are successful in returning to Lily’s own home. I actually quite enjoyed their time in Lily’s world. It acted as a buffer to what happened and what was about to come. Rowan was completely foreign to technologies and stuff like that and it was pretty enjoyable to watch him adapt in this world.

In this book, Lily finally but reluctantly opens her mind to Lillian and she decides to keep it from Rowan which leads to some major drama in the latter half of the book. Nonetheless, I really enjoyed the romance in this book, I absolutely loved Lily and Rowan together, although I did want Lily to be more open with Rowan and she went on making the same mistake as Lillian. When Rowan found out the truth, I understood his initial reaction but what he did later, I really, really hated him for that.

The world-building in this book was amazing, we got to explore a bit of the both worlds and it was really stunning. Two more characters are introduced in this book Breakfast and Una who become Lily’s mechanics along with Lily’s Tristan. It felt a little unrealistic how easily they believed Lily’s truth. Anyway, I was really worried about Lily’s feelings but I was so glad and veeeery relieved to see that she was not torn between two guys as it usually happens. As much as I didn’t like Tristan in the beginning, he slowly warmed up to my heart but that ending!! I couldn’t believe it, it came off just freaking nowhere and left me heartbroken.

Overall, Firewalker was a good read, albeit not as exciting as the first book but it still was an engaging read. As usual, I loved Lily and Rowan and my faith in Rowan kinda shook after what he did. Nonetheless, the writing was beautiful and pace was even throughout the book.

Recommend it?

Yes.


So guys, what do you think about this book? Have you read this series yet?

Review: Trial by Fire by Josephine Angelini || Very witchy… which pleased me to no ends

Title: Trial by Fire
Author: Josephine Angelini
Series: Worldwalker trilogy, book 1
Genre: Fantasy, Romance, [Young-Adult]
Heat Rating: Cool
Page Count and Format: 373 pages, Paperback
Published: 2015 by Macmillan’s Children Books
Source: Purchased
My Rating:

Blurb (from Goodreads):

This world is trying to kill Lily Proctor. Her life-threatening allergies keep her from enjoying experiences that others in her hometown of Salem take for granted, which is why she is determined to enjoy her first high school party with her best friend and longtime crush, Tristan. But after a humiliating incident in front of half her graduating class, Lily wishes she could just disappear.

Suddenly, Lily is in a different Salem—one overrun with horrifying creatures and ruled by powerful women called Crucibles. Strongest and cruelest of them all is Lillian . . . Lily’s other self in this alternate universe.

What makes Lily weak at home is what makes her extraordinary in New Salem. In this confusing world, Lily is torn between responsibilities she can’t hope to shoulder alone and a love she never expected.


First of all, this book was epic! I enjoyed it so freaking much. The plot and the characters were unique and I was never bored throughout the book.

Lily has always been a victim of allergies which makes it impossible for her to enjoy normal activities. Out of frustration, she wishes to disappear from her current life and incidentally when she wakes up in a different world. In that world, everything is run by witches and there she is a danger to herself. Will she be ever able to return to her home?

“I’m a witch and witches burn.”

The plot of Trial by Fire was very interesting. Due to her allergies, Lily is not able to enjoy her life like other people. When her best and only friend Tristan offers to take her to a high school party, she grabs that chance but when things take a different turn, Lily wishes to escape her present situation and the next day she wakes up a parallel universe. We are thrust into the world which is run by witches. The worldbuilding was amazing! Albeit, this book took quite some time to explain all the mechanics of this world but I didn’t mind much.

The interrelation of science and magic was such an amazing concept, I enjoyed it so much. The Salem which Lily ended in not only has witches but various other people who are crucibles, mechanics, and outlanders. The woven were an interesting breed of creatures, I could definitely understand this was a part which would be dealt on in the next books.

All the characters were layered and pretty intriguing. I absolutely loved Lily. She was an amazing character, she was brave and didn’t take shit from people. I loved her character growth throughout the story and how she came to terms with her powers. She handled everything quite maturely in her situation. On the other hand, Lillian was the total opposite, well not completely as we only get some glimpses of her story but they definitely had contrasting personalities.

“I remember what I must do, even if it makes me the villain of my own story”

Now, can we talk about the boys… *ahem* Rowan, our love interest is the brooding and serious guy. He is a lot doubtful about Lily at first but slowly and steadily he begins to trust her. I loved how their relationship proceeded. The other two guys, Tristan (of the parallel world) and Caleb were pretty interesting as well. I loved the understanding and friendship between the trio as well as their relationship with Lily. At first, I was afraid of a love triangle happening but then it was quite clear who Lily was falling for.

Overall, Trial by Fire was a great read! I loved how the plot was executed and the characters were pretty amazing to read about. I liked the chemistry between Lily and Rowan and the worldbuilding was pretty awesome. The writing was smooth and beautiful and the pace was even throughout the book.

Recommend it?

Yes.


So guys, what do you think about this book? Have you read this series yet or is it in your tbr? If yes, how was your experience?

Review: The Feeling of Forever by Jamie Howard || The same old, the same old…

Title: The Feeling of Forever
Author: Jamie Howard
Series: Love Unplugged, book 2 [Can be read as a standalone]
Genre: Contemporary, Romance, [New-Adult]
Heat Rating: Pretty warm
Page Count and Format: 201 pages, Ebook
Published: February 7th, 2017 by Swerve
Source: I received an eARC of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
My Rating: 

Blurb (from Goodreads):

Juliet St. Clair has spent her life under Hollywood’s spotlight. While being America’s favorite girl next door has had its perks, having to testify against her stalker to put him behind bars certainly wasn’t one of them. But when she thinks about walking away from it all, she can’t help remembering the enormous pile of medical bills her family is drowning under. Bills that just keep on coming.

Felix Donovan had it all–stunning good looks, gorgeous women, and a spot as the drummer to a band that’s sitting pretty at the top of the charts. Until one life-altering decision left him paralyzed from the waist down. He doesn’t know whether to laugh or cry when he wins this year’s Sexiest Man award, but the one thing he immediately does is send out a Non-disclosure agreement. Hiding his condition from the public is hard as hell, but he’s not ready to face the world while he’s still struggling to accept his new reality.

Except this year’s Sexiest Woman–Juliet St. Clair–never looks at him with pity, only desire. But falling for Juliet means a permanent spot in the tabloids, a decision Felix isn’t sure he’s ready to make. And when Juliet’s stalker re-emerges from her past, Felix’s secret isn’t the only thing at stake, it could cost Juliet her life.


I read quite a few great reviews for this book which made my expectations pretty high but I was sorely disappointed. There were, of course, plenty of things to enjoy in this book but I didn’t end up enjoying it as much as I thought I would.

Juliet forced herself to come under the limelight due to her family’s financial conditions. As much as she loves her job as an actress but it comes with quite a few negative aspects such as a stalker who made her life quite impossible. Felix who once used to be a ladies man and the drummer of a famous band is now bound to a wheelchair. When these two come together, sparks fly. But when old threats resurface, will they be able to salvage their relationship?

As much as there was diversity in the plot, it was much too predictable. Juliet didn’t come to the show biz by choice but now it’s a part of her life and she loves it. When she and Felix are awarded the year’s sexiest man and woman respectively, they come face to face for the first time and they hit it off. I absolutely loved Juliet, she was humane, understanding, despite being famous she was pretty down to earth and she treated Felix who was wheelchair bound with no difference which defined love is so much more other than just looks.

Felix was a man whore before his life crashed down. But after having Juliet in his life, life sparked in him. Felix was the perfect gentleman, he was caring and adoring. I liked them together but I just couldn’t feel the spark between them. I felt this book was too short, I wanted more plot as well as character development which unfortunately I didn’t get. Also, I kind of saw the plot twist coming which was a bummer though I really felt bad for Juliet, she trusted that person and she got betrayed in return.

Overall, The Feeling of Forever was a nice read. The plot was predictable but the characters were pretty great though I wanted a bit more of everything. The writing was smooth and easy to read and the pace was even throughout the book.

Recommend it?

Yes.


So guys, what do you think about this book? Have you given it a chance? If yes, what are your experience so far?

Review: Remember Me Forever by Sara Wolf || When everything was in the verge of drowning

Title: Remember Me Forever
Author: Sara Wolf
Series: Lovely Vicious, book 3
Genre: Contemporary, Romance, [Young-Adult]
Heat Rating: Mildly warm
Trigger Warnings: Mention of rape, drugs
Page Count and Format: 320 pages, Ebook
Published: May 2nd, 2017 by Entangled: Teen
Source: I received an eARC of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
My Rating:

Blurb (from Goodreads):

Isis Blake hasn’t fallen in love in three years, forty-three weeks, and two days. Or so she thinks.

The boy she maybe-sort-of-definitely loved and sort-of-maybe-definitely hated has dropped off the face of the planet in the face of tragedy, leaving a Jack Hunter–shaped hole. Determined to be happy, Isis fills it in with lies and puts on a brave smile for her new life at Ohio State University.

But the smile lasts only until he shows up. The menace from her past—her darkest secret, Nameless—is attending OSU right alongside her. And he’s whispering that he has something Isis wants—something she needs to see to move forward. To move on.

Isis has always been able to pretend everything is okay. But not anymore.

Isis Blake might be good at putting herself back together.

But Jack Hunter is better.


Before I delve into the darker side, that cover is funny af!! 😄 I mean this was such a hard book to read but that cover…

This book was really unpredictable and it messed my feelings. I still am not over it. It deals with some pretty heavy issues but they were handled sensitively and realistically. But I am glad that I got to read this series. You can read my review of book 1: Love Me Never, here and book 2: Forget Me Always, here.

*Spoilers ahead. Read at your own risk!*

After Sophia’s death, Jack drifted away leaving everyone else behind. He wasn’t there when Isis needed him the most. Now, she’s starting college, lo and behold, she comes face to face with Jack there who tells her he’s working a case. The unsaid feelings are not going away anywhere but will Jack and Isis find their way back to each other?

“I’m surrounded by people here, but I’m completely alone.”

This book! Oh my God! The feels!!

I was drowning at times but this book was the perfect conclusion to this series. After Sophia’s unexpected suicide, everybody reacted differently. Wren was heartbroken, Isis felt lost, Jack drifted away, My heart completely broke for Isis, the strong and sassy girl I knew was trying to drown her feelings by drinking and partying, even taking drugs which are something completely opposite to her. I could never imagine Isis trying to cope her feelings in that way but she did. It was overwhelming sometimes and I was on the verge of tears.

Jack, I don’t know what to feel about this guy. I mean, I loved Jack but taking off all of a sudden, leaving your loved ones behind when they need you the most? He let me down. Jack’s “profession”, the one he had to do for the money for Sophia’s treatment was something he always hated but had to do out of necessity, he always felt used no matter the job but how he do the same to Brittany? Albeit, she was someone I didn’t like a bit but still how!! I was enraged! This really didn’t sit well with me.

And how can I forget about Nameless. That guy did a number on Isis. She was a master at hiding behind her facade but when face to face with Will, we got to see her vulnerable side. I wanted to fucking kill that guy, for what he did to Isis and thinking it was completely alright. And also for him, she started suffering from body image issues and he thought that was something completely fine to say later stating that he owned her. Really? He disgusted me to no ends. He got the perfect punishment in return but even that was less regarding what he actually did. But I was pleased how Isis handled everything!

“Living is really weird. You never get used to it. But it happens anyway. And sometimes you find things that make it a little more comfortable, and you try to hold on to those things, and the tighter you hold, the faster they slip away.”

Yvette and Diana were the two characters I adored to death. They were perfect for each other and such great friends to Isis. They were the one along with Kayla who was really there for Isis when she was falling apart. I was so glad when Isis finally decided to get help, she really spiralled out of control but she knew she didn’t want to do that much damage to herself, so she stepped up for herself. That required quite a lot of guts. She continued to amaze me with her courage and I in that moment I felt so proud of her.

I was glad Gregory knocked some sense into Jack. He knew it, he knew everything yet he continued to hurt Isis just because he didn’t want to face the truth. But I”m glad that when he understood how wrong he was, he decided to fight back for her. That was the only redeeming quality for which I partially forgave him. The relationship between the two escalated quickly and it was something I had been waiting for a long time, I was so happy to see them finally together.

Overall, Remember Me Forever was a great read. I loved it, I hated it but in the end, it was worth it. The plot was unpredictable and I enjoyed how it was executed and I couldn’t put this book down. The writing was smooth and easy to read and the pace was even throughout the book.

And ending this review with a relatable note-

“Hogwarts didn’t even send me a letter and I haven’t actually forgiven them for that. Wait until I go to London and find Platform Nine-and-Three-Quarters and slip through to the other side and unleash my rage. I’ll make Voldemort look like a sock puppet. And I’ll make-out with Draco. And I’ll train a bunch of house-elves to fan me and bring me grapes -”

Recommend it?

Yes.


So guys, what do you think about this book? Have you started this series yet? If yes, how has been your experience so far?

Monthly Wrap-Up: April 2017!

Hey, guys! How are you all doing?

April was a super tough month for me. Bookish wise, it was great but health wise, not so much. Anyway, without further ado…

Books I’ve read this month:

Poetry:

YA:

         

NA:

   


Books I’ve reviewed this month:

5/5 stars

love, and you by Gretchen Gomez

4/5 stars

Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver

Angelbound by Christina Bauer

Incriminating Dating by Rebekah L. Purdy

Text 2 Lovers and Hate 2 Lovers by K. Webster & J.D. Hollyfield

Maybe Never by Sadie Allen

Zenn Diagram by Wendy Brant

Ninja Girl by Cookie O’Gorman

3/5 stars

Don’t Kiss the Messenger by Katie Ray

Descendants by Rae Else


Interview:

I interviewed:


Other Stuff:


Life Updates:

I am kind of relieved this month is over. Lately, I am having a lot of bad luck with my health which is affecting all the other areas of my life. It sucks. But I hope to be back in my game from May. Bookish wise, I had lots of fun, I read a lot of good books, had a rereading session of Penryn and the End of Days trilogy by Susan Ee with Raven @ Dreamy Addictions. I went to the movies and enjoyed Power Rangers with my little brother.  I only bought one book this month, love, and you by Gretchen Gomez and I loooved it so much!! I hope all of you guys give it a try.

Aaand, I won Camp NaNoWriMo!! I only decided to write 15k this month as I had a busy schedule which made it a good decision. But I am super happy that I managed to reach my goal. At first, I decided to continue with Crown’s Bane, my fantasy novel but I still need to work on the world-building so, I started writing Finding Love, a contemporary romance, which is book 2 of my Chasing Love series but it can be read as a standalone. I hope to continue with it so that I am able to wrap it up by July’s camp. Who’ll be participating in July’s camp as well?


Aaaaand that’s a wrap-up! ❤

Lets Chat

So guys, how was your April? Do we have any books in common? What are your April favourites? Aaand, what are your reading goals for May?