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Cait’s Review of “Golden Curse” by M. Lynn

By: Cait Marie Generation after generation, the Basiles have been forced by a curse to serve as protectors to the Durands—the royal family of Gaule. The Basiles themselves are the descendants and heirs to Bela, a kingdom that had been defeated and destroy long ago to a sorceress. To protect the Durands and the people… Continue reading Cait’s Review of “Golden Curse” by M. Lynn

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Cait’s February 2019 Book Haul

By: Cait Marie February was a very slow reading month. I was having a rough time with classes and fell into a bit of a reading slump, so I only finished two books last month. This month is already going a lot better! Books I Read Obsidian Horizon - Heather Renee and Lela Grayce —… Continue reading Cait’s February 2019 Book Haul

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Cait’s Review of “The Blood Spell” by C.J. Redwine

“Saving her kingdom will be the death of her.” By: Cait Marie Blue de la Cour is an alchemist with magic that calls to plants and nature. She works in her father’s shop, but in her spare time, she secretly works on a way to turn metals into gold. Her goal is to create enough… Continue reading Cait’s Review of “The Blood Spell” by C.J. Redwine

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TBR Tuesday: Retellings

By: Cait Marie At this point, everyone knows how much I love retellings. Especially fairy tale retellings. I've read a lot, but there is an incredible number that I haven't got around to yet, and a few coming out this year that sound amazing. Hence, a list of 10 of my top TBR Retellings: 1. The… Continue reading TBR Tuesday: Retellings

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TBR Tuesday: Most Anticipated 2019 Reads

By: Cait Marie A new year means new books. This girl's TBR is about to grow so much more. Here are my top 10 anticipated books for 2019 (though I'm sure I forgot some): 1. The Red Scrolls of Magic - Cassandra Clare Set to release April 2, 2019. For nearly a decade, Magnus Bane… Continue reading TBR Tuesday: Most Anticipated 2019 Reads

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Cait’s Review of “Sea Witch” by Sarah Henning

By: Cait Marie Sea Witch is a retelling of The Little Mermaid, told in a very new way from a different point of view than the mermaid. If you know me, you know that I was obsessed with the Disney movie growing up, and to this day it remains my favorite. This story is about… Continue reading Cait’s Review of “Sea Witch” by Sarah Henning

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Cait’s Review of “Geekerella” by Ashley Poston

By: Cait Marie Geekerella is a modern Cinderella retelling set in a world of fandoms, conventions, and the internet. Elle grew up watching Starfield with her father, who started a convention specifically for it. After his death, her love of the show continues. When soap opera, teen heartthrob Darien Freeman gets the leading role of… Continue reading Cait’s Review of “Geekerella” by Ashley Poston

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Cait’s Review of “The Traitor Prince” by C.J. Redwine

By: Cait Marie The Traitor Prince is the third book in the Ravenspire series by C.J. Redwine. Each book in this series is a different fairy tale retelling. The Shadow Queen is Snow White, The Wish Granter is Rumpelstiltskin, and The Traitor Prince is The False Prince (or The Prince and the Pauper). Each one… Continue reading Cait’s Review of “The Traitor Prince” by C.J. Redwine

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Dirty Fairytales

Authors: Cheri Marie, LB Russell, JM Schalm, Reagan Hollow, Kelsey Jensen, Ava Danielle, Ava Harper Kent, Carissa Laryea, Jamie Russell, Brandy Dorsch, Bethany Frost, and Barb Shuler. Synopsis: In the land of fairy tales, there’s no road too long, nor a sky too high to search for your one true love. They may be next… Continue reading Dirty Fairytales

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Brandi’s Review of “A Court of Thorns and Roses” by Sarah J. Maas

By: Brandi Goss Have you ever found yourself reading a book and recounting the imagining of other fairy tales? Now that it’s over, I find myself wondering how many true times those tales have been spun and who is the true teller of these stories at the center of the web. At the beginning of… Continue reading Brandi’s Review of “A Court of Thorns and Roses” by Sarah J. Maas