#review #5stars The Bone Valley, by Candace Robinson @literarydust

MY REVIEW: My favorite aspect of Candace Robinson’s books is that they’re so completely different from anything else out there. Every single one, and I’m pretty sure I’ve read them all. The Bone Valley is just as unique, beautiful, odd and unforgettable as the rest of her books and it’s a stand alone so win…

#Review #4stars Flowers and Stone, by Jan Sikes

MY REVIEW: Jan Sikes is an extremely talented writer. With a slow build up to character building, she’s able to truly capture the essence of Darlina, the young girl with strong dedication and a sense of belonging with the one and only Luke Stone. Luke is a bit older than Darlina with a history of…

#Review Layla, by Colleen Hoover #4stars

MY REVIEW: I was a bit iffy about this book for a good chunk out of the middle. I was soooooooo mad at the main character. Seriously, I was completely disgusted. I almost put the book down because I was that mad at him. I’m glad that I didn’t though because it all came together…