Mad for the Plaid by Karen Hawkins

I’m a Karen Hawkins fan and though I haven’t reviewed many of her books on the blog (I read most of them before I started blogging, but you can see my thoughts here, here, and here), she’s one author I keep returning to for feel-good romance. Her stories might not be ground-breaking but they always […]


Re-reading Childhood Favourites

This post will be linked to the Discussion Challenge, hosted by very lovely people. Try to go over there and click through the other posts – I always find very interesting debates to participate in! :) Today, I want to talk to you about your childhood favourites. What was your favourite book growing up? How […]


Lock & Mori by Heather W. Petty

Lock & Mori was a very pleasant surprise. I’d seen the book mentioned on several blogs back when it first came out last year, and I put it into Goodreads because I’m a sucker for Sherlock Holmes retellings. Then I saw it was a Kindle deal recently and snapped it up – and binge-read it […]


No Good Dragon Goes Unpunished by Rachel Aaron

Again, my dragon page dividers are just the most appropriate ever. I love dragons. *happy sigh* This is the review for the third part of the series, so there are surely some serious spoilers for the first two books. You can read my reviews of those here: Nice Dragons Finish Last and One Good Dragon Deserves Another. And […]


Torn by Jennifer L. Armentrout

This is the review for the second part of A Wicked Saga, so there will definitely be some spoilers for the first book of the series. If you’re new to it, you can start by reading my notes on Wicked (it’s not exactly a review, but yeah). I buddy-read Torn with Becky and Danya, which was my first […]


Reading Bad Books

Hello, lovely people, and welcome to another rambly discussion here at Of Dragons and Hearts. I’m doing my best to win the Discussion Challenge this year – the link will take you to a space where other great discussions on books and reading can be found, so do click over there and spend some time […]