Entertaining and fun. The Accidental Beauty Queen is all about love; not just old-fashioned romance but sisterly love and more importantly, that you first need to love yourself.
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After waiting to find out what was being hinted at between these two, I did not click with Hale and Becca when it came time to their story. I had too many issues with the plot points to enjoy it.
Things are heating up as the terre indigene decide they have had enough of the Human First and Last movement. It is time for the clever meat to be reminded of their place in the food chain.
Such great world building in this series. I highly recommend this to anyone who enjoys urban fantasy and paranormal novels.
Although there is a novella which came out last year, I am sad to stay this is the last book of the series. I definitely want more Ivy.
Diamond Fire is for fans of the Hidden Legacy series and help us turns the focus from Nevada and Connor to younger sister, Catalina. If you haven’t read the Hidden Legacy series yet, it would give you an introduction to the series without giving away any spoilers for the first three books, except that Rogan and Nevada get together…in a romance? Unheard of right?
The world’s laziest witch reminds me of myself, if I had magic powers. I love Ivy.
DNF. Absolutely disappointing. There was so many issues with the story plot which was bad enough but I just got tired of the whole thing. Warning: A little spoilery and a little ranty. I can’t tell you how disappointed I was with this book. I actually stalked this book. I enjoyed Melt For You […]
I have found my new favorite witch: Ivy Wilde. Her superpower is making magic with as little effort as possible and with any luck doing it from her couch in her PJs. Ivy Wilde was thrown out of the hallowed Order of Witches after being accused of cheating and…um, assault for punching out her then […]
For the most part, I didn’t enjoy Hate Notes. I didn’t like how Reed treated Charlotte. Although I did come to understand why everything happened the way it did, I can’t say that I would ever do a re-read on this one.