Book Review: Books I’ve rated, but haven’t written reviews for yet

HeartlessHeartless by Anne Elisabeth Stengl

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Dragon King Seeks His Princess–

Who Dares to Stop Him?

Princess Una of Parumvir has come of age and will soon marry. She dreams of a charming prince, but when her first suitor arrives, he’s not what she’d hoped. Prince Aethelbald of mysterious Farthestshore has travelled a great distance to prove his love–and also to bring hushed warnings of danger. A dragon is rumored to be on the hunt and blazing a path of terror.

Una, smitten instead with a more dashing prince, refuses Aethelbald’s offer–and ignores his cautions with dire consequences. Soon the Dragon King himself is in Parumvir and Una, in giving her heart away unwisely, finds herself in his sights. Only those courageous enough to risk everything have a hope of fighting off this advancing evil.

A Tale of Goldstone Wood

Timeless Fantasy That Will Keep You Spellbound

CascadeCascade by Lisa Tawn Bergren

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Mom touched my underdress—a gown made six hundred years before—and her eyes widened as she rubbed the raw silk between thumb and forefinger. She turned and touched Lia’s gown. “Where did you get these clothes?”

Gabi knows she’s left her heart in the fourteenth century and she persuades Lia to help her to return, even though they know doing so will risk their very lives. When they arrive, weeks have passed and all of Siena longs to celebrate the heroines who turned the tide in the battle against Florence—while the Florentines will go to great lengths to see them dead.

But Marcello patiently awaits, and Gabi must decide if she’s willing to leave her family behind for good in order to give her heart to him forever.

My Milk Toof: The Adventures of ickle and LardeeMy Milk Toof: The Adventures of ickle and Lardee by Inhae Lee

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

When two baby teeth came knocking at her door, artist Inhae Lee did what anyone would do: she invited them to live with her and started photographing their hilarious, miniature antics. The resulting blog phenomenon has captivated legions of devoted fans with its refreshingly sweet sentiment and hip appeal. Featuring brand-new stories alongside classic adventures, My Milk Toof follows two baby teeth named ickle and Lardee as they navigate the pleasures and perils of being very small in a very big world. With perfect comedic timing, the photographic tales in this book explore the world from the tiny perspective of a baby tooth (or milk toof), from taking a bath to exploring the outside world. Showcasing the intricate handcrafted universe that Lee has created, My Milk Toof has a quirky appeal that speaks to all ages. Whether they’re baking a cake or spending a day at the pool, these two little guys are achingly sweet—but without the cavities.

'Til Death (Conversion, #3)‘Til Death by S.C. Stephens

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Emma was content with her life. She didn’t want anything to change. Two kids, an amazing husband, and one incredible family, her life had become everything she ever hoped it would be. But there is a downside to having everything that you’ve ever wanted, a downside that Teren and Emma couldn’t possibly have been prepared for. When you have everything that you want…then you also have everything to lose.

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