Locked Inside – Annette Mori & Heidi Bindhammer (narrator)

Belinda spent the last six years in a coma after falling suddenly and mysteriously ill. When she wakes up, she’s sixteen and locked inside her body. Her parents have given up on her ever recovering and it takes a particularly perceptive teenager to notice the small changes. Belinda seems to be reacting to Carly’s voice … Continue reading Locked Inside – Annette Mori & Heidi Bindhammer (narrator)

The Love Song of Ivy K. Harlowe – Hannah Moskowitz

I don’t know what to think of this book. It’s well-written. There are feelings. Teenage angst. So much teenage angst. Andie has been in love with Ivy since forever. Ivy doesn’t do relationships and goes from girl to girl, which isn’t that surprising at nineteen. Andie is okay with it because she’s convinced that, someday, … Continue reading The Love Song of Ivy K. Harlowe – Hannah Moskowitz

The Princess and the Odium (The Odium Trilogy, #3) – Sam Ledel

3.5⭐️ - Everyone makes mistakes but some mistakes have more serious consequences than others. Even if Princess Aurelia’s parents thought they were doing the right thing both for their daughter and their kingdom, their misguided decisions add even more hurdles to Jastyn’s quest to save her sister. This is the third and final book in … Continue reading The Princess and the Odium (The Odium Trilogy, #3) – Sam Ledel

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

Tempered in Ice (A Phoenix of Hope Novel #2) – Zora Marie & Senn Annis (narrator)

I enjoyed this as much as Cast in Fire, or maybe even more since the universe was familiar to me this time and I didn’t feel as lost. Most of the – awesome – world-building happened in the first book. Even though Zelia and her companions won the battle in book 1, they still have … Continue reading Tempered in Ice (A Phoenix of Hope Novel #2) – Zora Marie & Senn Annis (narrator)

Cast in Fire (A Phoenix of Hope Novel #1) – Zora Marie & Senn Annis (narrator)

Zelia is not an elf but was raised by elves. She doesn’t really know why but it doesn’t matter when your childhood – all five hundred years of it – is so wonderful. When suddenly her world crumbles, Zelia finds herself forced to kill innocent people and looses hope that she can, someday, escape the … Continue reading Cast in Fire (A Phoenix of Hope Novel #1) – Zora Marie & Senn Annis (narrator)

Advanced Combat Magic & Politics of Magic (Ember Academy for Young Witches #5 & #6) – L.C. Mawson

This is a joint review for book 5 (Advanced Combat Magic) and book 6 (Politics of Magic) of the Ember Academy for Young Witches series. I really recommend reading these two final books as one, as book 5 flows very organically into book 6, and they're quite short, a hundred pages each. There's also a … Continue reading Advanced Combat Magic & Politics of Magic (Ember Academy for Young Witches #5 & #6) – L.C. Mawson