Book Reviews

House of Leights by Jaymin Eve

My edition: Kindle Unlimited
Pages: 260
Series: Secret Keepers #3
Genre: Fantasy
Publish: July 10, 2018
Rating: 4 stars


Maya has never had much to complain about. Sure, her parents are absent a lot, having important jobs in the government, but at the end of the day she has all the material possessions a girl could want. Not to mention a great best friend, and secure spot in the popular group at her school. 

Yet she can never shake the feeling of displacement. Constantly searching for something that’s missing from her life. 

Turns out Maya is part of something much bigger than her human existence, and after a mysterious stranger saves her from an ambush at a party, he brings her into his world. 

And turns her world completely upside down.


As much as I was excited for Chase’s book, I wasn’t a big fan of Maya. There’s nothing wrong with her, but after Emma and Callie, she seemed to not live up.

I hope the next girl does. Maya seemed a bit bland. I like how she and Chase were fated together though.

I really can’t wait for Xander’s story. I hope this series ends with a bang.

Book Reviews

Strength by Jaymin Eve & Jane Washington

My edition: Kindle Unlimited
Pages: 274
Series: Curse of the Gods #4
Genre: Fantasy
Publish: July 20, 2018
Rating: 4.5 stars


Willa Knight: Dead? Alive? Damned to a state of eternal bad luck?

Willa and the Abcurse brothers are back, and more determined than ever to stick by each other. Unfortunately, Staviti has other plans, plans that threaten to change the natural order of the worlds—though nobody really understands why. His agenda may very well affect all beings on Minatsol, even those that thought themselves safe in Topia. Even Willa-invincible-Knight
Unsure with her new place in the worlds, Willa must follow the Abcurses to their new post: Champions Peak, a secluded mountain far from civilization, where the most powerful sols have been summoned to hone their abilities through direct contact with the gods. 
There is a chance that she might survive her time on the mountain, but it seems like staying alive amidst the powerful occupants of the Peak is the least of her concerns. 
Her real problem is staying on the mountain at all. 


At first I wasn’t a fan of this book. It took it a bit to get me fully engaged. Willa at first was annoying. Her inner rambling was driving me crazy.

Finally about 30% through it started to pick up.

I didn’t love it as much as the first three books but I still liked it enough. Many plot twists in this I wasn’t fully seeing. But now revealed, I’m surprised I missed them.

Two more books of this series and I will be able to cross it off.