ARC Review: Hart and Seoul by Kristen Burnham

I'm happy to be sharing this book review with you today, and this is my first ARC review in a long time. The first of many to come soon hopefully. I have a lot of catching up to do on NetGalley. I think it is pretty important to point out that I received this book for free in exchange for an honest opinion.

I'm not sure where I first saw Hart and Seoul, I think it was on another blog and for whoever put me onto this book, I'm sorry that I've forgotten who you are. That one view of the book on the blog prompted me to check NetGalley, especially with my love of Korean culture, on the off chance that I could request it and guess what, I could and now well, I think you can deduce how we got here.

Review: The Earl and the Enchantress by Paullett Golden

It hardly feel like April is over already. March dragged, but April flew by. Does that mean that we are getting used to Lockdown?

Today I am reviewing a book that I read a few weeks a go. I found this book because of Alana @ Dream Come Review when I read her review of the latest book in the Enchantress series, The Colonel and the Enchantress. Thanks for the recommendation, Alana.

Review: The Bromance Book Club by Lyssa Kay Adams

Today I'm going to be reviewing The Bromance Book Club by Lyssa Kay Adams. I had seen this book around a lot on the book-twitterverse and I was intrigued enough to want to read it. It took me while to get round to buying it and reading it but it didn't take me long to read it. I started reading it one Friday evening and finished reading it the following Saturday morning. But first, the deets.