So with reading and reviewing so many books, I am running out of days in which to share them with you. I am going to start posting Mini Reviews of books that I read through out the month but couldn't find the time to post on the last Sunday of each month.
So I guess I haven't really been keeping up with Mini Reviews (last time was in December) so I have a big post for you today.
A easy and fluffy romance read with danger and chemistry. Three Paws and a Stump Wag.
Courtlight Series Book 1
Major editing errors, maybe could have gotten past some of the clichés if the writing had been better. One Paw and a Stump Wag.
Courtlight Series Book 2
Still editing issues, plus everything is so vague, like the author doesn't want you to know what is going on because she has no clue either. One Paw.
Courtlight Series Book 3
I give up! There are brief glimpses of ideas that could be great but no such luck. I am absolutely disgusted that this series is compared to one of my all time favorites! One Paw.
Tween drama at its best, if you can stand it. One Paw and a Stump Wag.
This book was a little better than the rest in the series so far, maybe because it has input from other characters and we don't have to deal with Mia as much. Two Paws and a Stump Wag.
Another reasonably better book in the series, Mia is actually a little bit more selfless. Two Paws and a Stump Wag.
Switched to Audiobook for this one, Mia might be even more annoying now, but Grandmere is a much more entertaining character. Two Paws.
Ehh, Mia is still annoying but Lilly is a horrible, horrible friend. Two Paws.
See, Mia can be a decent person and think of others, why does that only happen during the novellas?! Three Paws.
A little less tween whine, a little more coming of age. Two Paws and A Stump Wag.
Mia is slowly getting there, maybe maturing a little, but again this is a novella so who knows if it is a fluke again. Three Paws.
Ugh, who thought we would enjoy a look back in time?! One Paw.