Red Books

Today’s challenge: Red. The Scarlet Scars series is amazing. I absolutely FLOVE JM Darhower as it is and then these books come along and she doesn’t disappoint! I know that Grievous technically isn’t “red” but there is no way I can recommend one without the other. 

~JM Darhower~


So today was absolutely beautiful outside. I think spring is finally coming around. 

And I’m reading Crazy Pucking Love by Cindi Madsen while I’m not writing.

To go with the RED theme and it actually ends up fitting right in with the Scarlet Scars series, I found this awesome mug:

And then this really cool light up red wine picture:


Genre Love

Today’s challenge is all about the genres we love to read. Everyone has their favorite type of book to read, but the best part is that you don’t have to stick to just one. There are so many genres and sub genres out in the world that it’s like picking my favorite appendage; I can’t pick just one. So I narrowed it down to two… for now. 

I FLOVE Hockey and organized crime mixed with romance, so I picked a handful of my favorites. 

•Pucked Off by Helena Hunting:

•Dominic (Las Vegas Sidewinders #1) by Kat Mizera:

•With Us by Layla Frost:

•Ghost by A. Zavarelli:

•Gangster by Sapphire Knight:
I picked up Nerd Girl by Jemma Bell yesterday (Ghost was amazing btw: :

It’s been raining all day (and I mean since 3 am) and my body is miserable like the weather… anyway so rain = cold and yuck. WTForcast was spot on:

Because it’s 43° out I have my fuzzy socks on (I’m always cold.) so why not have some hockey slipper socks:

And I love this decal, I have a similar one I need to put on my car:

Book Friendships

Today’s challenge is all about being besties. So I chose the two friends I always think about when the word is mentioned: Frankie and Lindsay. 

Their relationship is so unique that it’s the best kind there is: Heterolifemates. I just love them. It doesn’t hurt that their relationship is based off of the author’s own. 😜

Paige Conners~


•Big Meat:
It was beautiful today! I was able to have my sunroof open when I ran to the post office and didn’t freeze my ass off! But WTFORECAST is still a downer: 

I’m still reading Ghost:

These Friendship keychains are so cute I couldn’t help but want to share:
And this mug is definitely one I’d share with my bestie, but the best part is that it matches Frankie with her recipes and Lindsay with her coffee addiction!

Until next time! 😁♥️

March Book Haul

Today is the last day of March, so today the challenge is my Book Haul. I’ve taken my Goodreads list of all the books I’ve read in March to show you. Don’t worry there’s only 6, I left one off because I didn’t enjoy it enough to recommend. 

•Catch Me by Natalie Rios:

•Untamed Lord of Thessaly by Rachael Slate:

•Las Vegas Sidewinders: Zakk by Kat Mizera:

•Co-Wrecker by Meghan Quinn:

•1st Time Love by Sapphire Knight:

•Cody’s Christmas Surprise by Kat Mizera:
I’ve picked up Ghost by A. Zavarelli (I loved the first two books in the series.):

It’s rainy and cold, so it’s the perfect time to cuddle up with a book! 

What better way to spend a cold wet day inside than with a book, comfy clothes and a cup of tea or coffee? These Hamlet leggings, I’ve had my eye on for a while they’re so cool:

And this Book Dragon cup is just amazeballs! I love the saying:

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Felix Felicis ~ Lucky Find

Today is about luck, so I’ve chosen to feature my favorite Irish Mafia and an Unlucky to Lucky love. Cayce Poponea is one of my favorite authors. She such a sweetheart and her words are like a piece of chocolate when your sugar is low (oh so satisfying!) 

Text 2 Lovers was recommended to me, and was one of those books that the main character makes a mistake and it ends up being one of the best things to ever happen to them; Misfortune to Luck. 

•Cayce Poponea ~

*Shamrocks & Secrets:

*Claddagh & Chaos:

*Stolen Secrets:

*Secret Sins:

•K. Webster & JD Hollyfield ~

*Text 2 Lovers:
I’m still reading Catch Me and enjoying it (Kindle says I have about 4hrs left of reading so maybe I’ll finish up tomorrow):

The weather was beautiful today, but it was super windy so, chilly. 

As for Themed purchases, I found this awesome Flask that I totally want to buy:

And THIS shot glass; Liquid Luck indeed!:

Tolkien Tuesday 

Happy Tuesday, readers! Today we’re looking at J. R. R. Tolkien books. Ive seen the LOTR movies, and read The Hobbit, but other than that I’m a little lost when it comes to the writing, so I chose The Lost Tales of Middle Earth for my challenge today. 

•The Lost Tales of Middle Earth 1:

•The Lost Tales of Middle Earth 2:

•The Hobbit:
The weather today is warmer, but it’s dark, wet and dreary. 

Still reading Catch Me:

Everyone should know by now that I love tea, and today’s theme calls for it! It was hard to decide which one to share, but I went with Gandalf:

And what does tea go in? A mug and there were TWO I just had to share. Because A, Second Breakfast… always second breakfast even if it’s breakfast for dinner:

And I sometimes summon my inner Golum before I’ve had my first cup:

Shelfie Sunday…Belated

So I’m a little late, but yesterday’s challenge was Shelfie Sunday and I forgot to post it here. I’m excited to show off my new shelf because I’m so proud of my husband for making it. I have matching one coming and when it’s filled I’ll do another photo and list. 

Here’s a list of all the books on this shelf~

•Sublime Wreckage by Charlene Zapata:

•That Part Was True by Deborah McKinlay:

•Strands of Bronze and Gold by Jane Nickerson:

•Toxic Heart by Theo Lawrence:

•A Beautiful Wedding by Jamie McGuire:

         The Series Starter:

•Conflicted by M.M. Koenig:

        The Series:

•Knox by Cassia Leo:

•The Redhead Revealed by Alice Clayton:

        The Series:

•Last Call by Alice Clayton:

        The Series:

•Nuts by Alice Clayton:

        The Series:

•Steel & Lace by Adriane Leigh:

        The Series:

•My Secret to Keep by Josie Charles:

•Captivated by You by Sylvia Day:

       The Series (1-4):

•The Contract by Melanie Moreland:

•Since I Saw You by Beth Kerry:

      The Series starter Because You Are Mine:
Today started out rainy and cold (probably between 35 & 40) but all of a sudden it’s sunny and I can go outside without a jacket. 

I finished Zakk, read through Untamed Lord of Thessaly by Rachael Slate, and now I’m moving onto Catch Me by Natalie Rios:

Since I can’t really sell my bookshelf (unless you want one fanshioned by Arc-ology) I found this really cool floating bookshelf on Amazon:

And to go with shelving, who doesn’t  want cool bookends?