A Gathering of Shadows by V. E. Schwab

A Gathering of Shadows by V. E. Schwab

It’s been a while since I first picked up A Darker Shade of Magic, the first book of the Shades of Magic trilogy, so I was a little lost in the beginning as I worked to remember who the main characters where and what each had done in the first book.

Star Mage by R.K. Thorne

Star Mage by R.K. Thorne

This was a thrilling conclusion to the Enslaved Chronicles. Miara is figuring out how to be Queen, and Aven is dealing with being King and the possible death of his father. Both are also still fighting a war. The Dark Master is still basically on their doorstep, just waiting for the right time to strike.

Sunday Post #38: Finally started weeding

Sunday Post #38: Finally started weeding

The weather finally decided to cooperate. The sun came out, and the sky did not fall on us yesterday. So, my husband and I got some much needed yard work done. Not completely done, but a good start. 

The Collector by Nora Roberts

The Collector by Nora Roberts

Oh my gosh, what a ride. First everything is going smooth, Lila is getting settled in to the house she is house sitting, and then she witnesses a woman thrown from a window to her death. Turns out, it was the wrong murder to witness…not that there is a right murder to witness, but if you have to witness a murder, this is not the murder you want to be drawn into.

Stars of Fortune by Nora Roberts

Stars of Fortune by Nora Roberts

Nora Roberts never disappoints. Things kick off right away with our main character walking up to someone she doesn’t know, or rather, hasn’t met outside of her dreams. This made me a little uncomfortable as I would never be able to do that myself. I have issues with social situations.

Sunday Post #36: Happy Spring!

Sunday Post #36: Happy Spring!

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimberly over on the Caffeinated Reviewer. Even though it’s technically been Spring for a while, the weather I think has finally decided it’s Spring. Had some rain showers the end of last week, but temperatures were still warmer than Winter. Spent a good portion of this…

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