Scarlet (The Robyn Hood Adventures Book 2) – Niamh Murphy

3.5⭐️ - As I wrote in my review for Outlaw, the first Robyn Hood book, I would have loved these stories and their kickass heroines as a teenager. In Scarlet, Robyn and Littlejohn come upon an intriguing nun, who turns out to be on the run. The greedy Bishop of Hereford is after her, and … Continue reading Scarlet (The Robyn Hood Adventures Book 2) – Niamh Murphy

You, Me, and the Sunken Treasure (The Cushing-Nevada Chronicles #3) – Georgette Kaplan

Even in the direst circumstances, Easy Nevada remains obnoxious, and there’s something reassuring about that. If you’re not French, you probably haven’t heard of Jean-Paul Belmondo. He was one of the most famous French actors when I was a child. He acted in fantastic movies, like Breathless, but he was at his best in comedic … Continue reading You, Me, and the Sunken Treasure (The Cushing-Nevada Chronicles #3) – Georgette Kaplan

Behind Blue: Girl Who Fell (Hail the Queen series #1) – Raechel Sands & Rebecca Reed (narrator)

Listening to this book was one of the strangest (and most fun) experience I’ve had in a while. There is so much happening, with so many characters, at so many different periods in time that it took me a really long time to have any idea of what was going on. For the same reasons, … Continue reading Behind Blue: Girl Who Fell (Hail the Queen series #1) – Raechel Sands & Rebecca Reed (narrator)

Cinderella Is Dead – Kalynn Bayron

Something is rotten in the state of Lille. Things went terribly wrong after Cinderella died. Or were they already wrong before? This debut novel by Kalynn Bayron isn’t exactly a retelling of the well-known fairytale. I'd say, rather, that it's setting the record straight. At sixteen, Sophia is about to attend her first ball, in … Continue reading Cinderella Is Dead – Kalynn Bayron

At Words Point – Carolyn Elizabeth

A very short but fast-paced story, just enough to give the reader a taste of what could be: intriguing characters with hints at a backstory that make me want to know more about them, swashbuckling pirates and an heiress who’s sexy, kind and brave, a potentially fascinating world-building and the possibility of adventures. A quick … Continue reading At Words Point – Carolyn Elizabeth

Candice Cushing and the Lost Tomb of Cleopatra (The Cushing-Nevada Chronicles, #2) – Georgette Kaplan

Reading a book by Georgette Kaplan is always fun and at times mind-boggling, and it's true once again. Candice Cushing and the Lost Tomb of Cleopatra is the sequel to Easy Nevada and the Pyramid’s Curse and picks up right where the latter ended. Do not read it as a standalone, you'll miss out on … Continue reading Candice Cushing and the Lost Tomb of Cleopatra (The Cushing-Nevada Chronicles, #2) – Georgette Kaplan

Easy Nevada and the Pyramid’s Curse (The Cushing-Nevada Chronicles #1) – Georgette Kaplan

So when is book 2 coming out? I'm a fan of Georgette Kaplan's writing. The only other writer whose style I enjoy as much (regardless of the stories) is Jeanette Winterson. It's sometimes so brilliant it's exhilarating. The (other) good news is, I also had a whole lotta fun reading this book. With a name … Continue reading Easy Nevada and the Pyramid’s Curse (The Cushing-Nevada Chronicles #1) – Georgette Kaplan

Daughter of No One (The Odium Trilogy) – Sam Ledel

I was so not prepared for the end to arrive when it did! It took me a bit longer than usual to get caught in the story but when I did, it was all the way. So when I turned the last page, I was ready for a lot more. I am definitely looking forward … Continue reading Daughter of No One (The Odium Trilogy) – Sam Ledel