Something’s Waiting in the Bushes of Love: A Review of Emily Tesh’s Greenhollow Duology

“There’s a lot of interesting stories about Greenhollow Wood, I know,” said Silver. “But that’s all they are—folktales. There are no dryads, no wild men, no fairy kings, and no monsters. Is that right, Mr Finch?” “Certainly haven’t seen a fairy king yet,” said Tobias. Even though I am a longtime fan of the fantasyContinue reading “Something’s Waiting in the Bushes of Love: A Review of Emily Tesh’s Greenhollow Duology”

The Bromance Book Club Growls for #MeToo: A Review of Lyssa Kay Adams’ Undercover Bromance

You use weakness as a weapon. You’re so ashamed of your own mistakes in life, so afraid of your own fragility, that you accuse everyone else around you of being soft just for the crime of basic human frailty. I am still a baby when it comes contemporary romance and since I enjoyed the firstContinue reading “The Bromance Book Club Growls for #MeToo: A Review of Lyssa Kay Adams’ Undercover Bromance”

My First Contemporary Romance Novel: A Review of Lyssa Kay Adams’ The Bromance Book Club

I always thought I have been pretty undiscriminating when it comes to book genres. I would read my mother’s hand-me-down Jackie Collins and my ex’s Sophie Kinsella books, so I was quite surprised when I was told that most of what I read before (which I thought are romantic works), does not actually belong inContinue reading “My First Contemporary Romance Novel: A Review of Lyssa Kay Adams’ The Bromance Book Club”

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