It’s New York City in 1911. Frances Hallowell is an ordinary seamstress who lives with the other girls she works with. Her life changes forever when she kills a man who is trying to attack her. Except, she never moved a muscle. Afraid of the impending murder investigation, Frances tries to lay low when a coupleContinue reading “Review: The Witch Haven by Sahsa Peyton Smith”
Emilia and her twin sister, Vittoria, are streghe— witches who are forced to live secretly among humans in fear of persecution. Together with their family they run a famous restaurant nestled in Sicily. One night, Vittoria does not arrive for her shift at the restaurant, so Emilia sets off to look for her. She is ledContinue reading “Review: Kingdom of the Wicked by Kerri Maniscalco”
The Book Kingdom of the Wicked was released October 27, 2020. Why did we pick this book?
Blood & Honey picks up where Serpent & Dove left off— with Lou, Reid, Coco, Ansel, and Beau on the run from the Dames Blanches and the chasseurs. Lou’s mother, Morgane, is still trying to kill her, and Reid is struggling to reconcile his newfound witch powers with his religious chasseur upbringing. With Madame LaBelle inContinue reading “Review: Blood & Honey by Shelby Mahurin”
If you’re like us, you’re always looking for book recommendations! We created a list of recommendations based on some popular YA books. Let us know if you’ve read any of these and if you have some recommendations for us! 1. If you liked The Hunger Games, read The Testing The Testing by Joelle Charbonneau isContinue reading “If You Liked That, Read This”
Seventeen-year old Celine Rousseau arrives in New Orleans in 1872. Looking to leave her dark past behind in Paris, Celine boards a ship to America to reinvent herself with the help of the Ursuline convent. But when she arrives in America, Celine finds that the city of New Orleans is nothing like she imagined. SheContinue reading “Review: The Beautiful by Renée Ahdieh”
*We received this book in exchange for an honest review.* Strange things have been happening to Eve Jones, things that she can’t explain. All Eve wants is for the bullying to stop, so she is no longer a social outcast. But every time she sets foot in her horrible high school, lockers go crazy andContinue reading “Review: Curse of a Witch’s Blood by Hayley L. Morgan”