Ask Me Again (Ask, Tell #2) – E.J. Noyes & Abby Craden (narrator)

I have never been in the military, let alone in a war zone, and I won’t pretend I understand what Sabine is going through with PTSD following "the incident" from Ask, Tell. I have however been trying to convince myself for years that I do not suffer from my own PTSD (my wife will be … Continue reading Ask Me Again (Ask, Tell #2) – E.J. Noyes & Abby Craden (narrator)

Finding Tranquility: A Love Story – Laura Heffernan

First of all, let me state that I’m a cisgender lesbian, so it's completely possible that some aspects of this book I found respectful or interesting are in fact offensive. If that's the case, I apologise and would be very grateful for any comment pointing them out. I’ll be honest, Finding Tranquility made me uneasy … Continue reading Finding Tranquility: A Love Story – Laura Heffernan

The Traveling Triple-C Incorporeal Circus – Alanna McFall

High heels, a patch of ice, a train… Chelsea’s life ended abruptly and not in a pretty way. But she won’t let death stop her from attending her brother’s wedding. Which means she needs to get from New York (an interesting place to be a ghost in, fyi) to San Francisco. Being a spirit, she … Continue reading The Traveling Triple-C Incorporeal Circus – Alanna McFall

The More The Merrier – Elena Graf

This Christmas novella is not as sweet and cute as others I’ve read this year, and that’s what makes it so good. I’m very much a character-driven reader, and when characters stay with me months after I first met them, it’s always a good sign. When I read High October, I found myself liking Liz … Continue reading The More The Merrier – Elena Graf

Invisible, as Music – Caren J. Werlinger

I’ll start with a confession (these reviews are getting more and more personal, aren’t they?): age gap romances make me uncomfortable. I’m not judging, or, rather, if I’m judging anyone, it’s myself. I have trouble understanding them. It’s all in my head, I know. For the physical part, I can see loving an older or … Continue reading Invisible, as Music – Caren J. Werlinger

Miserere – Caren J. Werlinger

Miserere

Why do I keep forgetting how much I love Caren J. Werlinger’s books? They have this subtle beauty, you start reading and after a while, without realizing it, you’re not reading anymore, you’re in there, in the story. This is the third or fourth book I read by Werlinger, and it’s just as beautifully written, … Continue reading Miserere – Caren J. Werlinger

When the Stars Sang – Caren J. Werlinger & Ann Etter (narrator)

When the Stars Sang

[Edit: September 20th 2019] I’ve always believed (and still believe) that Paris is the most beautiful city in the world. However, as time goes by, I find myself more and more drawn to quieter, less populated places. It’s no surprise, then, that I am a little envious of what Kathleen found on Little Sister. Not … Continue reading When the Stars Sang – Caren J. Werlinger & Ann Etter (narrator)