Hell. An overwritten subject. Sinners and penance, gods, demons, portals, demi-gods. . .all over done. At least that’s what I thought. Usually the books I get a kick out of reading feel like the same story with the words rearranged, and towards the end I can’t tell them apart anyways. This year I have branched… Continue reading “The Opal Blade”- Kristy Nicolle
An alternate reality where the Library of Alexandria survives?!?! It’s every book lover’s dream- sign me up!!!!! Actually, that’s exactly what I did. I originally put in a request through Netgalley to view “Ash and Quill”. I quickly learned that “Ash and Quill” was book number 3 in “The Great Library” series and I… Continue reading “The Great Library Series”- Rachel Caine
While Amy Engel is not new to the writing scene, “The Roanoke Girls” is her debut novel for adults. We’re introduced to Lana and her mother. A simple conversation seemingly innocent holds so much foreboding for the rest of the story. A month after Lana’s dream of Roanoke, her dream comes true riding the tail… Continue reading The Roanoke Girls- Amy Engel
Sin is it’s own punishment, devouring you from the inside. It’s not my purpose to punish it; it’s my joy to cure it.
“I fear we have already been stripped of the humanity we were sent here to fight for.”
“Just because someone made you doesn’t mean they deserve you.”
Frequenting a brothel is not a transgression. It’s a sign of bad breeding.