May in books

May was a pretty good month in terms of reading. I read five books; two horrors, two paranormal romances and one true crime. My enjoyment of these five reads varied, with Thin Air getting five stars and Night Train getting a measly two. All of the books that I read are listed below. To read … Continue reading May in books

April in books

It's honestly terrifying how we're into May already. I could talk about how 2021 has just felt like 2020 Part Two so far, but I'm going to try and focus on the positives instead. The latest statistics show that 14.9m are now fully vaccinated in the UK and, here in Scotland, we've been moved down … Continue reading April in books

International Women’s Day 2021 – My Favourite Books About Women

It's International Women's Day, a day when we celebrate women - past and present - and their achievements. It's not just a day about recognising and celebrating achievements, though. It's also about the women who are fighting a daily battle for equality. Here in the UK, we live in a patriarchal society. In September 2020, … Continue reading International Women’s Day 2021 – My Favourite Books About Women

DNF: ‘The Trickster’s Lover’ Samantha MacLeod

Caroline Capello doesn't take chances. Until a god appears in her bedroom. Loki, the irresistibly sexy Norse god of fire and lies, doesn't get attached. When he appears in Caroline's apartment late at night to upend her studious world, both the god and the mythology graduate student assume one passionate night together is all they'll … Continue reading DNF: ‘The Trickster’s Lover’ Samantha MacLeod