Cat Sebastian

June Favorite Books

So here we are, halfway through the year! I can’t believe we are already publishing our favorite books from June! How can that even be possible, but here we are… These are the books we loved most from what we reviewed in June. We’d love to hear about...

Review: We Could Be So Good by Cat Sebastian

Rating: 4.5 stars Buy Links:  Amazon | iBooks | Amazon UK Length: Novel   Nick Russo works at the city desk of a New York City newspaper. He comes from a big Italian family in Brooklyn and has worked hard to make it out of his neighborhood. Nick largely keeps to...
4.5 Star Rating

Coming This Week

Hi all! I hope you had a great week! In case you missed my announcement earlier in the week, our Twitter connectivity is back up and running. With changes to Twitter, many of the services that used to allow for auto reposting of blogs or other content were either...

Best Covers of 2022!

Hi all! So last week, we shared our Best Books of 2022 and today we are sharing my favorite covers. I am a firm believer that good covers can sell a book (and sadly bad covers can hurt one), so I always like to recognize beautiful covers that draw me in and make me...

Jay’s Best of 2022!

Hi all! Today I am so excited to be sharing my Best of 2022 list of annual favorites! Since last’s year’s Best of post, I read 197 books in total and so many of them were absolutely wonderful! As always, narrowing down the list to my absolute favorites of...

June Favorite Books

Hi all! Today we are sharing our favorite books from the month of June. Be sure to check out any you missed, and maybe pick some up to head into the weekend! Here is what we loved this month. We’d love to hear about your favorites as well! Jay’s Favorite...

Review: The Perfect Crimes of Marian Hayes by Cat Sebastian

Rating: 4.75 stars Buy Links:  Amazon | iBooks | Amazon UK Length: Novel   Note: The Perfect Crimes of Marian Hayes has a direct connection to The Queer Principles of Kit Webb. The timelines overlap and the book, the blurb, and this review will all spoil elements...
4.75 Star Rating