For TBR Challenge this month I am sooo cheating. Well, sort of. I had intended to read The Sleeping Night by Barbara Samuel, but I completely forgot about the deadline (note to self: add a one week reminder to my TBR Challenge calendar). But Misfits by Garrett Leigh, the book I’m reviewing today, also qualifies.
I read just as many books in February as I did in January, but I didn’t have as many stand-outs. Most of the ones that were seriously excellent were highly anticipated and managed to deliver on some really high expectations. Beyond Ruin by Kit Rocha This is the latest in the long-running dystopian future romance
Beyond Ruin is the latest in the long-running dystopian future romance Beyond series by Kit Rocha. These are most definitely not standalone books, but the first one, Beyond Shame, always seems to be free at all the major ebook outlets so it’s a low-risk way to try the series. Of all the books in this
Set in the paranormal Victorian world of KJ Charles’ Charm of Magpies series, Rag & Bone is the follow-up novel to A Queer Trade, a novella that appeared in the Charmed & Dangerous anthology last year. In A Queer Trade, we were introduced to Ned, a working class man who buys used paper in bulk