In order to become a doctor in 18th century, a woman must be willing to study more, try harder, read more books, fight more museum gaurds, kiss more pirates, and patch up more battle injuries than any man.
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I can totally picture Natalie C. Parker singing girl-power sea shanties while writing her latest adventure, Seafire.
Annie Sullivan’s A Touch of Gold posits that King Midas wasn’t the only one to suffer from his curse. (And there’s pirates!)
Sarah Tolcser concludes her first duology by inviting readers along on a grand adventure in Whisper of the Tide.
Tricia Levenseller finishes up her Daughter of the Pirate King duology with a second book that outshines the first.
Join the heir to the Earldom of Montague on a road trip, 1700s style, in The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue.
Sarah Tolcser’s debut novel, Song of the Current, will have you breaking out in song.
In which Stephanie refrains from making nary a “walk the plank” or Jack Sparrow joke while reviewing Tricia Levenseller’s Daughter of the Pirate King.
Take a Firefly-esque romp around the galaxy in Melissa Lander’s novel, Starflight.
Lisa Maxwell crafts us a sexy, tragic hero in Hook, but, alas, doesn’t bring the swoon in her Pan retelling, Unhooked.
Traci Chee’s The Reader introduces readers to a rich world filled with magic, storied heroes … and illiteracy.
The five prequel novellas of Sarah J. Maas’ The Assassin’s Blade tell of a younger, but no less deadly, Celaena Sardothien.
Renegade, the third and final book in Antony John's Elemental series. And it does not disappoint.
Brian reviews Firebrand, book number two in Antony John's Elemental series.
Erin and Brian team up for our first ever He Said, She Said, in which we get a boy's and a girl's opinion on a book! Our first contender? Antony John's new post-apocalyptic thriller, Elemental.
Jenny wants everyone in the world to read Lizzie K. Foley's Remarkable.
Sparkle Ponies, unite! Erin reviews Beauty Queens by Libba Bray.
Meghan reviews Perchance to Dream, the second installment in Lisa Mantchev's Theatre Illuminata series, with a way to reinvigorate rail travel (hint: PIE TRAIN).
In Eyes Like Stars by Lisa Mantchev, Bertie is torn between a hot pirate and sex personified. (And that's a problem, why?)
A book review of The Dust of 100 Dogs by A.S. King, which makes Jenny want to have a baby with a reincarnated pirate.