Cold Brew Book Reviews



Serpent & Dove

3 min read

Have you ever read a book that has you questioning every rating you’ve given to every other book you have read? I want to subtract a star from every other rating I have given and give all those stars to Serpent & Dove because this book has me obsessing. I’m so thankful there is a sequel coming out next fall, but now I have to patiently wait. If you have a conversation with me in the next year, chances are that this book will come up.

Cupid's Match

3 min read

Cupid’s Match is about, well, Cupid’s Match. Cupid is a character that actually exists in this book. Cupids are also a fantasy race in this book. Cupids are made from certain types of arrows, and after this happens a cupid must devote their immortal lives to matching humans for love. The catch is that cupids cannot be matched or something terrible will happen for the cupids and all of humankind. This book is about what happens when the original cupid, Cupid himself, is matched with a seventeen-year-old human.

The Ten Thousand Doors of January

4 min read

“There’s only one way to run away from your own story, and that’s to sneak into someone else’s.” (pg. 92) This quote from The Ten Thousand Doors of January really sums up this book for me: a beautiful escape. I’ll preface with the fact that I am not a fantasy reader. I do not ever choose a fantasy story over a thriller or a romance. I like to stay in this world, but after reading The Ten Thousand Doors of January, I discovered how much I have been missing from other worlds.