Book Review: The Medium Path

 Ruby is sick and tired of being a ghost. All she wants to do is move on like all the rest of the ghosts she needs to deal with. But being a spirit guide, it’s not that simple. Passing on her life force doesn’t work for her like it does for regular ghosts and until she figures out how that works, she’s just stuck transporting spirits to the afterlife. Life after death is pretty much the same old same old. That is until someone starts stealing souls. And she starts falling for a medium named Michael. Then life gets a little bit more complicated.

It took me a little bit (read: four months or so) to get into this book. Indeed, the beginning with Ruby helping this sad excuse for a teenager named Lucy did not really interest me and I was easily distracted b Continue reading


Teaser Tuesdays: The Medium Path


Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following:

• Grab your current read
• Open to a random page
• Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
• BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
• Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!

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Book Review: Ariah by B.R. Sanders


Ariah has lived a sheltered life in a condemning and narrow-minded world. Elves, sexual promiscuity, and those considered of lower class are looked down upon while corruption is everywhere in the government. Elves with specific magical powers called shapers are looked down upon and considered a threat because of their ability to read people. But a whole new world opens up for him when he travels with his mentor, Dirva beyond the Empire where everything is upside down for Ariah, but he starts to wonder if he even belonged in the Empire at all as he Continue reading

So Many Books to Read, So Little Time


For anyone wondering why the hell it’s taking me so long to read books, I have to say it’s because of college. I knew it would be difficult but finding time to keep up with homework, friends, writing, and reading is next to impossible, which is why I have to stop taking book review requests until I get caught up. Also, because my boyfriend is going to college in a different state and I miss him, I have been in the room for romance more than other books. So at least for the time being at least I’ll probably have more actual reviews on Lover’s Quarrel than here. I am going to try to publish about a post a week, but it’s not necessarily going to be a book review. I might also post recent releases or themed lists similar to my Boyfriends for Sale posts on Lover’s Quarrel. Or something else. I’m still trying to figure it out. But you can expect my review on Ariah within the next week or two I’m sure. I’m almost done with that. Following that will be my review on The Medium Path which I have just started and then: Continue reading

Book Review: The Last Revenge by Nathaniel Danes

After the death of his daughter and learning the true enemy of the war, Trent joins the battle again, this time with his new friend Hido, as well as the remaining members of the 1st Legion. Things get pretty complicated as politics get in the way of fighting the Kitright, and Amanda joins in on Trent’s need for revenge. But even now, things are not always as they seem. Battle after battle slowly satisfies Trent’s bloodlust and Continue reading

One Lovely Blog Award!

I got nominated for the One Lovely Blog Award today by Mariam from Mariam Mimi’s Bookish Blog.  Whoo hoo! Thanks, Mariam!

The rules for this nomination are:

  • You must thank the person who nominated you and include a link to their blog.
  • You must list the rules and display the award.
  • You must add 7 facts about yourself.
  • You must nominate 15 other bloggers and comment on one of their posts to let them know they have been nominated.
  • You must display the award logo and follow the blogger who nominated you. (But you really don’t have to follow me if you really don’t want to)

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