The Mortician’s Daughter (Death Singer #1) – Nan Higgins

3.5* - When I reviewed Nan Higgins's debut novel, London Undone, I wrote that it felt as if the author had crammed a lot of things in just one story, as if she had so many things to say that she couldn't choose. I got almost the opposite feeling with The Mortician's Daughter, which felt … Continue reading The Mortician’s Daughter (Death Singer #1) – Nan Higgins

Inked with a Kiss (Thorn & Thistle #2) – Jennie Davids

I'm always impressed when an author takes two characters who have gone through really trying times and still writes a rather light and fluffy story. Fluffy doesn't mean it's not meaningful, by the way, but rather that it's heartwarming without being depressing. That's what we get here with Inked with a Kiss. Both Jamie and … Continue reading Inked with a Kiss (Thorn & Thistle #2) – Jennie Davids

The Lesbian Billionaires Club (TLBC #1) – K.C. Luck & Senn Annis (narrator)

K.C. Luck is one of a few authors I followed on social media before reading any of their books. A comment here and there caught my attention, something in the way they express themselves made me want to know more. So this is my first book by Luck. Also, I've been thinking recently that I … Continue reading The Lesbian Billionaires Club (TLBC #1) – K.C. Luck & Senn Annis (narrator)

Never Too Late for Heroes (The Superheroine Collection #6) – A.L. Brooks

This book would make a fantastic movie! It's fun and exciting, with more serious undertones about duty and growing old. Six years ago, under the supervision of Agent Geena Fox, a team of cousins with superpowers defeated supervillain Jewel. One of the superheroines died in the fight, or at least that's what they thought. Geena … Continue reading Never Too Late for Heroes (The Superheroine Collection #6) – A.L. Brooks

History of Magic (Ember Academy for Young Witches, #2) – L.C. Mawson

History of Magic picks up right where Basics of Spellcraft left off and ends on another cliffhanger. I would not recommend reading this episode if you haven't read the first one first. After the events in book 1, the Amazons are not convinced Amy can be trusted with her powers. They decide to train her … Continue reading History of Magic (Ember Academy for Young Witches, #2) – L.C. Mawson

This Is My Body (Hobbs #2) – Elena Graf

I love Elena Graf’s writing, it's different from all the other authors I love and it takes me straight into her world. It's smart and witty and it makes me feel smart and witty too. And she doesn’t shy away from sensitive topics (breast cancer in High October, domestic violence in The More The Merrier, … Continue reading This Is My Body (Hobbs #2) – Elena Graf

In Dyer Circumstances (In Dyer Need: The Final Chapter) – Claire Highton-Stevenson

Have you ever dreamt that you were falling in love with someone only to wake up and find out the person you loved didn’t exist? Welcome to Ren Dyer’s hell, the difference being her lover exists but has no idea Dyer has lived a whole relationship with her, in another universe. When I first started … Continue reading In Dyer Circumstances (In Dyer Need: The Final Chapter) – Claire Highton-Stevenson