Top Ten Tuesday, WEEKLY MEMES

Top Ten Tuesday {01}

Hi guys, welcome to my very first top ten tuesday! I've decided to do this and other weekly posting to help get into the habit of posting regularly. Top Ten Tuesday is a meme originally hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, that features, top ten books and other bookish things. This week features: the… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday {01}

BOOK HAULS

Book Haul {02}

A post that features the books I’ve managed to pick up either bought, borrowed or brought home. It could also include books I’ve received in the mail from various places. These are the books that I have collected over the month of January Store Bought: City of Bones (The Mortal Instruments #1) by Cassandra Clare… Continue reading Book Haul {02}

Review Wrap-Up

Review Wrap-Up | January 2014

Review Wrap-Up, is a monthly post that recaps the reviews posted in the previous month. For the month of January, five reviews were posted. Check them out! Safe Haven by Nicholas Sparks An Earthly Knight by Janet McNaughton Hard As It Gets by Laura Kaye Daughter of Oreveille by Tricia Ballad The Laird Who Loved… Continue reading Review Wrap-Up | January 2014

Book Reviews

Daughter of Oreveille by Tricia Ballad

Title: Daughter of Oreveille Author: Tricia Ballad Series: Oreveille Cycle - #1 ISBN-13: 978-0-6159-1039-0 Publisher: Faeland Press Release Date: November 1st 2013 Genre/s: Fantasy, Romance Format: Paperback; 188 pages Source: Goodreads Giveaway in exchange for an honest review Add to Goodreads Buy: Amazon | Kobo | B&N   Synopsis Brianna will inherit everything - if… Continue reading Daughter of Oreveille by Tricia Ballad

Book Reviews

Daughter of Oreveille by Tricia Ballad

[book-info] Brianna will inherit everything - if she can play by the rules. Instead she rejects yet another fine noble of the Faelands in favor of a half-fae commoner. The House of Oreveille has been without a Defender since her father's death in the Jotnar Wards. Her mother's drunkard second husband has neglected his duties;… Continue reading Daughter of Oreveille by Tricia Ballad