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Reviews by Char “Throne Of Glass”

Is there ever a book you love so much that you try to reread it year after year? I have a couple of them, but I always go back to Throne of Glass By Sarah J. Maas. The adventure, mystery, and witty…

Char’s Review Of The Canadian Boyfriend

What happens when your fake boyfriend is a very real person, and you end up falling for him all over again? That crazy scenario happened to Aurora Evans in Canadian Boyfriend by Jenny Holiday. Woul…

Char Reviews The Fallen Series!

I wanted to do something a little different this week for the store’s review post. I will not be reviewing one, not two, but four books! A series if I am being honest. The first book When She Unrav…

Char’s Review Of Summer Vamp!

 What’s better than making memories at camp? The camp has always been a highlight of my summer, but for Mia in Summer Vamp by Violet Chan Karim, it didn’t go as planned.  This book follows Mia, a…

Char’s Take On ‘Can’t Spell Treason Without Tea’

Contrary to my belief, cozy fantasies extend beyond the realm of Legends and Lattes. My foray into this genre led me to the delightful work of Rebecca Thorne. ” is a unique gem, set in an atmosphe…

The Cats of Silver Crescent

Imagine a world where cats not only talk but also possess magical abilities and wear the most adorable outfits. You’ll step into this enchanting realm when you read The Cats of Silver Crescent by K…

Clown in a Cornfield

The evolution of social media has been fascinating. Nowadays, it’s all about sharing videos of ourselves engaging in silly dances or pranks. However, in Adam Cesare’s Clown in a Cornfield, we’re tr…

Just For The Summer

Abby Jimenez you have done it again and I’m not upset! How can you write such cute stories? I know that whenever you are publishing a book, I’ll love it! You have created a lifelong fan!    Th…

Emily Wilde’s Encyclopedia Of Faeries

Do you believe in faeries? What if you lived in a small village surrounded by them? What if they started to steal children? When it comes to faerie folk, Emily Wilde’s Encyclopedia of Faeries by He…

“Bride” Book Review

Whenever someone suggests a book for me to read, I can’t help but put it on my TBR. When owning a bookstore, I read newer books, but sometimes, I can’t help but read some backlist titles. This time…

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