Morsels {2}: Quick Reviews

Goodreads Summary
Madly #1 by M. Leighton
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Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars

Step into the world of mermaids – and as far as I can tell, a werewolf may also be in attendance in a not so distant future (although, how their worlds are going to intersect remains to be seen). This is a short story; a preamble to the second book, Wolfhardt. It certainly is an exciting start to what proves to be a series enriched in folklores. Me? I’m dying to read more about Jackson. He’s big, burly, surly and snarky. His personality just seems to dwarf everybody else in the story. I’ve always been smitten with egotistical boys who are clueless about handling their true emotions and my boy Jackson is no different. I’m a little cautious when it comes to books about mermaids but this one has my full attention. I can’t wait to read the next book. Shout out: Thanks to Alexa for the recommendation!
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Summer’s Crossing (Iron Fey #3.5) by Julie Kagawa
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Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars
My feelings about Puck hasn’t really been discernable while I was reading the first two books of this series. I don’t know…there’s just something about him that I found hard to trust. In this little novella, I’ve had a brief look as to what it was like to get into his head and surprise, surprise, Puck is and will always be…well, Puck. He’s got this swagger and facetiousness – sort of like a cope mechanism. He adds a humorous element to this series, which I really liked. He’s like a little brother that’s sometimes annoying and most of the times adorable. I absolutely loved him here. He balances Ash’s constantly serious disposition. This short story didn’t lack for adventure – signature Kagawa, if you ask me.  As always, the author’s creativity astounds me.
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Tomorrow is Today by Julie Cross
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RATING: 4 out of 5 Stars

This is a bonus story to Julie Cross’ time-traveling series, Tempest. Jackson and Holly’s love story hasn’t started yet, hence, his thoughts were mostly spent pining for her. I love how sweet he is! I’m not going to lie, I pretty much by passed every dialogues with any essence of time traveling. I’m just more interested about the romance more than the jumping and Julie Cross has done such an incredible job of making me swoon every time Jackson sees Holly doing anything as mundane as, say, losing her s*it. Lol. 

  • i really need to start the Kagawa books i hear they are very good

  • Madly sounds amazing!! The cover is also beautiful!!! However I have wanted to read Summer's Crossing for quite some time, I just don't have an e-reader lol. I loved the Iron Fey series and am glad that this book sounds just as good. Love your quick reviews

  • AHHHHH, thanks for the heads-up for MADLY! It sounds amazing! I love tales of the sea, and who doesn't like a big, burly, surly and snarky hero? 😉

  • lol Jackson was seriously owning it. Glad you enjoyed it! 🙂 And I hope Tomorrow is Today is available somewhere other than Amazon some day. Wouldn't mind reading that one. Great morsels! 😉