The Phantom Tree by Nicola Cornick (Book Review)

Browsing an antiques shop in Wiltshire, Alison Bannister stumbles across a delicate old portrait—identified as the doomed Tudor queen, Anne Boleyn. Except Alison knows better. The subject is Mary Seymour, the daughter of Katherine Parr, who was taken to Wolf Hall in 1557 and presumed dead after going missing as a child. And Alison knows this because...

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Girl with a Gun by Kari Bovee (Goodreads Review)

Girl with a Gun by Kari Bovee My rating: 2 of 5 stars I received a free copy of this book, with thanks to SparkPress and NetGalley, in return for my honest opinion. Girl With A Gun was an okay story set in Wild West, it's more suited to readers who like reading about Annie... Continue Reading →

Lady Mechanika: The Tablet of Destinies, Vol. 2 (Graphic Novel Review)

Set in a fictionalized steampunk Victorian England, a time when magic and superstition clashed with new scientific discoveries and inventions, Lady Mechanika chronicles a young woman's obsessive search for her identity after a mad scientist's horrific experiments left her with mechanical limbs and no memory of her past...

Murder On The Flying Scotsman by Carola Dunn (Book Review)

Daisy Dalrymple is a strong-spirited and kind young lady who happens to have a knack of stumbling onto murder wherever she goes. As far as Murder on the...

The Season by Katy Y. (Book Review)

Rating: 4/5 Moons Book Blurb: Libby Marks-Whelan is decidedly not a lady. Kicked out of nearly every finishing school in the country, she's shocked when her demure, straight-laced cousin Ella invites her to the royal court as attendant during her debutante season. What Ella fails to realize, however, is that Libby's brand of mischief is exactly... Continue Reading →

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