Reviews by Books for MKs
On 9/3 Books for MKs wrote: This book has the crackle of fall, the wonder of a hayride, the beauty of a sunset on a farm, and of course the rambunctious Cub Bears that we all know and love! We join the Bear family as they attend harvest festival with their church at Farmer Ben’s farm. They enjoy pumpkin pie, apple picking, pumpkin ... A taste of Autumn
On 7/22 Books for MKs wrote: This sequel follows Nym, Rasha, and their frenemy, Myles, as they all travel to Bron as delegates and ambassadors. Nym is pitted against the evil Draewulf again, as she tries to uncover his dastardly plans while fighting to protect her friends and her sweetheart, Eogan. The main character, Nym, is so ... Pretty Good
On 7/16 Books for MKs wrote: Fairy tale castles, court intrigue, jousting tournaments, Ancient Vows to be broken, mysterious plagues and murder, knights walking around looking hot, and of course, a princess who must fall in love before the proverbial stroke of midnight… What’s not to love?! I devoured this book, and adored every ... Delightful and Glorious
On 4/10 Books for MKs wrote: I’m so in love with this series! The dreamscape is incredibly imaginative. There’s always something new to discover beyond what we’ve already seen in the first book. The plot keeps me guessing the entire time, and the action just never stops. I love every single character, both the old characters ... Incredibly Imaginative!
On 1/30 Books for MKs wrote: I liked this book fairly well. The characters are well-rounded, memorable, and interesting, and since I am a character-driven reader that is important to me. Each character has their own voice in the story. There's also a depth of background to each character that is like a wonderful discovery, finding ... Engaging and Well-written
On 11/27 Books for MKs wrote: What first drew me to this book is the lovely cover, so beautiful and hinting about the romantic tragedy within. This book was okay, not amazing though. It’s told from two different perspectives, those of Sarah and Mr. Haddings, which right away gave me a headache, because it takes a very special author ... Hit by Lorie Ann Grover