I knew this was going to be cute, but I never imagined just how cute it would be. Everything about this series is so lovely, it’s such a sweet and heartfelt experience. The reading experience of these books is genuinely so pleasant and calming, I can’t recommend it enough. If you want a quick and … Continue reading The Tea Dragon Society & The Tea Dragon Festival by Katie O’Neill: Soft, Precious, and Lush
4.5 stars Leading your first heist is a major milestone--it's a chance to gain power and acceptance within Sky's family and society. But stealing your first treasure can be complicated, especially when you're a wyvern--a human capable of turning into a dragon. Embarking on a life of crime is never easy, and Sky discovers secrets … Continue reading Fire and Heist by Sarah Beth Durst (DRC): Heists & Dragons & Family–What More Do You Need?!
4.5 stars (I managed to make this review spoiler free for book 1, so you can still read this and learn about how amazing this series is without having to read Before She Ignites! Below is the summary for book 1.) Mira Minkoba is the Hopebearer. Since the day she was born, she’s been known not … Continue reading As She Ascends by Jodi Meadows (Spoiler-Free!): A Stunning Sequel feat. Dragons, Character Growth, and a Romance I’m Actually Into
3 stars They call her Traitor Kate because of her father's actions, and she now lives as an outcast, working for the imperial courier service. It's a dangerous job as the nightdrakes attack when dark falls, and especially with the secret Kate is keeping. She's a wilder, able to perform magic to influence animal minds. … Continue reading Onyx & Ivory by Mindee Arnett (ARC): What Does Onyx or Ivory Have to Do With Anything?
4 stars Tess has been a troublemaker at birth, ever since she shoved her way out of her mother's womb before her twin sister. She's now suffering consequences for some of her trouble-making ways, and instead of heading towards the nunnery her parents are looking into, Tess puts on her boots and journeys across the … Continue reading Tess of the Road by Rachel Hartman (DRC): Coming of Age, not Adventure