Review: Gypsy Magic, by Tonya Royston
I did not plan on finishing the book on my flight, but on the way home from Greece, it was so easy to breeze through. Tonya Royston has done it again! I’m not usually a YA reader but after reading her Sunset Trilogy, I was very interested to see what she would write next. I dove in and bought all three books of the second Trilogy without even reading the blurb. I like surprises and in this east coast town of Sedgwick, there are a lot of twists and turns. Without revealing the details and spoiling any of the fun, I give it 5 stars. It reads like a movie for all ages. The story is fantastic and I can’t wait to see what happens next. Keep your eye on this author. Everything she writes is like book candy.
Poetry and Pyres, by Zoe Tasia
Warm entertainment with fun plot and mischievous characters…. In Poetry and Pyres, A Shrouded Isle novelette, Jessie is almost all grown up and about to sail off to University. What will that mean for her budding relationship with Gavin?...Read more All blogs