Thank you, Paula Brackston, NetGalley, and St. Martin's Press for the opportunity to read this book! IT'S HERE! IT IS FINALLY HERE! The wait for The Garden of Promises and Lies by Paula Brackston is over and I couldn't be happier! This is the 3rd book in the Found Things series. So if you haven't … Continue reading The Garden of Promises and Lies by Paula Brackston~ARC Review~
It is such a shame that my arc copy doesn't have the cover for the book. Secrets of the Chocolate House by Paula Brackston has an absolutely GORGEOUS cover. It will dazzle once the book hits the shelves! I also adored the first book in this series called Little Shop of Found Things, so I … Continue reading Secrets of the Chocolate House by Paula Brackston ~ARC Review~
What a truly magical summer! I am almost done with my reading list for the summer, I should finish this weekend. I participated in the Page Promise Read-a-thon where I read three Paula Brackston books. I loved every single one. My favorite out of the three is probably Secrets of the Chocolate House. My review … Continue reading Summer Reading List Wrap!
The Return of the Witch is the sequel to The Witch's Daughter by Paula Brackston. This is the second book I read for the Page Promise Weekend Read-A-Thon. SPOILERS AHEAD!This book picks up five years after Elizabeth and her fellow witches imprisoned Gideon in the Summerlands. No one has ever escaped the Summerlands...until now. Somehow, … Continue reading The Return of the Witch by Paula Brackston ~Review~
I just had the most lovely weekend lost in time. I particpated in the Page Promise Read-A-Thon and I decided to have a Paula Brackston weekend. The first book I read is The Witch's Daughter. This book introduces Elizabeth Hawksmith, a young girl who lives with her family in the year 1628. When a plague … Continue reading The Witch’s Daughter by Paula Brackston ~Review~
"It is a commonly held belief that the most likely place to find a ghost is beneath a shadowy moon, among the ruins of a castle, or perhaps in an abandoned house where the living have fled leaving only spirits to drift from room to room." -The Little Shop of Found Things by Paula Brackston, … Continue reading The Little Shop of Found Things by Paula Brackston ~Review~