Book Review: Something in the Heir by Suzanne Enoch @STMRomance #BookLovers #HistoricalRomance

GIFTED / Today I decided to talk about a book that I have finished recently. It is a historical romance with book-to-lovers and marriage of convenience tropes. Something in the Heir was published on September 20th 2022 by St. Martin Griffin’s and it has 352 pages.  I want to thank publicist Sara from St. Martin […]

The one that misguided us: The Ex Between Us by Nicola Marsh #BookReview #BookClub

Today I bring you my review for a book I read with my girls in our book club. We all expected thriller and were left little disappointed. Still, it was a good reading experience. After all, the joy of book clubs is in the discussions and other talks that come out inspired by the happenings […]

This book make me crave for more historical romance: Never Rescue a Rogue by Virginia Heath @STMRomance #BookLovers #HistoricalRomance

GIFTED / Today I am happy to bring you my review for a book that awoke my love for historical romances. I always loved to read that genre but for some time I didn’t pick it up for a while, but this book reminded me why I love it. I really needed this in my […]

Gothic and spooky: What Moves the Dead by T. Kingfisher (Book Review) #Horror #Halloween #Retelling

Today I am happy to bring you my review for a horror I read recently and enjoyed very much. It is perfect Halloween read in my opinion. What Moves the Dead was published on July 12th 2022 by Tor Nightfire and it has 165 pages. I read my own copy of the book. About the […]

Simply amazing: Book Lovers by Emily Henry @PRHGlobal #partner #BookLovers #romance

GIFTED / It is my pleasure to talk about one book I adored and would LOVE to see made into a movie: Book Lovers by Emily Henry. This novel was so good and although it is filled with cliches it is also somewhat different from your typical romance. It seems like this book is loved […]

Witchy and relaxing: The Very Secret Society of Irregular Witches by Sangu Mandanna (Book Review)  @PRHGlobal #partner #Halloween #Witches

GIFTED / Today I am so, so, so happy to bring you my review for a book I read and enjoyed so much. I am so grateful books like this exist and am happy to spread my word about it in hope it will reach as many readers as possible. The Very Secret Society of […]

A retelling worth of attention: The Daughter of Doctor Moreau by Silvia Moreno-Garcia (Book Review) #Blogtober #Retelling #Halloween @PRHGlobal

GIFTED / Today I want to talk about a book I read back in August. I loved this author’s novel Mexican Gothic so I was excited to be invited to read and review The Daughter of Doctor Moreau. This book was published on July 19th 2022 by Del Rey and it has 306 pages. I […]

Movie Monday: Where the Crawdads Sing #MovieMonday #MovieReview #WhereTheCrawdadsSing

Few months ago I read a book that became maybe the most beautiful book that I have read in my whole life: Where the Crawdads Sing.I read the book while I was waiting for the movie to hit the theaters, and it made me even more excited for the film once I finished it. What […]

Important story done in an unusual way: I am Margaret Moore by Hannah Capin #BookReview @WednesdayBooks #Mystery

GIFTED / Today I want to talk about the book that was promoted highly before it was released earlier this year. I was lucky enough to receive a copy before the book hit the shelves, but was also unfortunate in sense o that I didn’t have enough time to read it. Now when I finally […]

Escepism to Ireland in a novel: A Cosy Cottage in Ireland by Julie Caplin (Book Review) #SummerRead #Books #Ireland

GIFTED / Today I want to talk about a book that was on my tbr ever since it came out, back in 2021. It takes place in a small town in Ireland and it is presented as a nice book to get away with. The cover is cute and the story inside is the to […]