Today's post is going to be a review for a very sweet, short, and slightly confusing audiobook fairytale I'd downloaded last week from NetGalley.
Sons of Valor really threw me into a pit filled with nothing but pure action, adrenaline, and at times, even fear. A riveting read that left me craving for more in both genre and the authors.
In the greatest travel tale in a long time, Alexander Watson describes and shows you the journey that both he and his partner, Dale, and their dog, Doris Faye, takes when they put in a lot of time into a major gamble of a boat.
My first full audiobook, my first Ryker book, and my first Rob Sinclair read. This book is full of firsts and it's one wild ride with a handful of twists and intense action.
Book 2 of the The Fellowship trilogy is here with Huey as the main protagonist this time. Feeling a underappreciated in his role is only the smallest of his problems when something major shakes up both Huey and the entire Fellowship community!
Following from the spotlight, here is the review for Shards of Earth. A ride through space like no other tale.
A downright hilarious book with twists and turns made from the choices that YOU the reader gets to make.
Retro Thursday is where I go back to review books I've read prior to the start of Cozy with Books. For this week's retro review...I'm reviewing "See You at Harry's" a heart wrenching story about love and family that I picked up in my last year of high school.