FairyLoot’s March Unboxing!

When FairyLoot sent out their monthly newsletter to announce the theme of March’s box, IΒ had to get a box! I’ve crept most of the new releases for the next few months that I actually had a good idea what the book was…and yes, I was right (and I wasn’t disappointed).

Now this is my 2nd FairyLoot box, and while it wasn’t my favorite, the quality of items are top notch, and persuades me even more to keep getting the box despite the $50 price tag (I live in the U.S. which makes shipping fairly expensive as FairyLoot is based in the U.K.)

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Review: “The Valiant” by Lesley Livingston

Well, I was definitely pleasantly surprised by this book. I mean, I had a feeling I would like it, and so while reading this book, I remembered how much I enjoy reading historical fiction that has to do with ancient Rome. (Perhaps this is because I took Latin in college and my professor was one of the THE coolest professors with a wealth of knowledge about this era.) It also had that forbidden romance trope is like the THING for me, and I’ll read almost every book with that trope in it. πŸ™‚ Unfortunately, I’m having a hard time putting my thoughts in coherent words, and I think that’s why I’ve delayed writing a review for it for a long time now, lol.

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Review: “Winter” by Marissa Meyer

Aw, guys, I loved this book. I admit I was hesitant to start reading it because I heard nothing but great things about it, but I’m glad to say that I wasn’t disappointed. πŸ™‚ There were a few things that irked me, and I didn’t think were fully resolved, leaving things rather open-ended, but overall, a lovely read. Well, I say read, but I started CinderΒ as an audiobook and continued to listen to it. The narrator, Rebecca Soler, does a great job!

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