Royal Review: Rule by Ellen Goodlett

Summary: King Andros of the Reaches is dying, his heir has been murdered, and rebellion brews in the east. The nation is only left with one option…or rather three options in the form of three girls with three deadly secrets. And there’s only one crown to spare.

Zofi has spent her entire life drifting through the Reaches, but just when her freedom matters most, she’s dragged to the nation’s capital, Kolonya. Ren grew up in Kolonya and in the palace, serving as a ladies’ maid at court. She dreamed of being a high lady herself one day, but the timing seems off after her own misdeed. Akelyah has been raised by an abusive family in the Eastern Reach, home of the rebellion. She’d doing anything to escape her family, but why at the invitation of a king who has every reason to despise her?

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My Rating: 4/5 Stars

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FRIENDSHIP & LOVE: Odd One Out Review

Summary: Courtney “Coop” Cooper finds himself single once again. And still in love with his best friend, Jupiter Sanchez, who keeps ignoring him to text some girl. Rae Evelyn Chin, the “new girl”, feels right where she belongs with Jupiter and Courtney, with a crush for both of them. Jupiter Charity-Sanchez discovers that the only thing worse than losing the girl you love is losing her to your boy. It’s time for Jup to do something right?

My Rating: 4/5 Stars

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BOOKS, BROADWAY, AND BINGE-WATCHING: October 2018 Wrap Up

Oh October, you were filled with coffee, homework, and thankfully some fangirlish things for this blogger. This month was definitely crazy for me, between school assignments and life happenings, but having time for blogging was definitely a must. As the semester wraps up, I think November is going to be another crazy month, but I can’t for my holiday breaks to work on more content. Just you wait for all of the holiday and end-of-year themed content. And for all of my Kingdom of Ash-themed screams.

I feel this way with almost every wrap-up, but I can’t believe I managed to read X books this month. In honor of Halloween, I glad I got to pick a few spookier reads, along with my usual contemporary fix.

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