Sundown Rundown – February 2021

Hey there, bookworms!

I hope you guys are doing well. It was a busy and stressful month for me due to work and I haven’t had much time to read due to that. It being a shorter month doesn’t help. LOL. I am hoping to get some more reading in next month. We shall see.

At the end of the month here, and the sun is beginning to set later and later (thank the gods). With the sun setting on not only the day but the month, I’ve got the monthly wrap-up for you where you have a chance to catch up on any reviews you might’ve missed. One thing is for sure after taking a look at the books I’ve blazed through. I may not have gotten to too many, but they were pretty good and got my blood pumping for one reason or another. Love you, guys. See you next month.


Author: Rachel Caine, Jennifer Estep, and many more


A collection of tales in the world of illusion and the supernatural. At the carnival where the lost get found or worse.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer – Omnibus Vol. 1

Author: Joss Whedon

Intertwined with the cult series, Vol. 1 begins before Buffy came to Sunnydale when she became the chosen one. In the shadows, both allies and enemies watch to see what she can do.

After We Collided

Author: Anna Todd


Tessa and Hardin are in a rocky place after the events of After and must figure out how to move with their lives whether together or apart. After was only the beginning and the hardships and desperation for each other and to figure out their futures.

Where Dreams Descend

Author: Janelle Angeles


Kallia will find freedom and a stage for herself with her wildfire magic and nobody will stand in her way, not Demarco, a judge who is bewitched by her though defiant about it and certainly not Jack, the master of the palace she’d been caged in by his manipulative magic. She will prove she can make it on her own and become the best, but something is targeting her and other magicians, threatening the tournament and their lives.

Favorite Book This Month: When Dreams Descend was wild and magical through and through. I got so lost in it from its shows of magic to the chemistry between the characters. Though gritty, the magic shined through like gemstones in the rough. Between all of it, the mystery was one that I was hooked on and I’m not typically one for mysteries but it was intertwined with so much else that I couldn’t put this one down.

Least Favorite Book This Month: After We Collided was an ugly mess that wasn’t romantic or even hot and heavy with smut. If anything it showed the kind of relationship that people shouldn’t have, full of toxicity and dread.

More to come soon…


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