I have mad love for Renée Carlino’s books. Each one of Ms. Carlino’s books is unique in it’s own way. But Lucian Divine went in an entirely new, unpredictable direction and I love her for pushing boundaries.
I have been wanting to read a book by Amanda Hocking ever since she hit the “scene” with her huge hit Switched, about trolls. Of course I own it, along […]
Who knew I would fall for the jerk from book one of the Sarina Bowen’s Brooklyn Bruisers series? Seriously, I thought Patrick O’Doul (known to his friends as “O’Doul”) was […]
I enjoy reading young adult when it’s written from a teen boy’s point of view, especially if it’s authored by an actual MALE. Female authors do okay with […]
You’ve seen this book around. Book two is out tomorrow. You’ve heard the hype about this debut. You’ve read the reviews. Does it live up to it all?
Anytime I can get into someone else’s mind and see their point of view, I’m all for it. If that point of view is so different, so unique and unlike anything I’ve witnessed, felt, or even known, you can’t hold me back!
I was expecting big things from Erin Summerill’s Ever the Hunted as soon as I read the synopsis and added the book to my TBR pile. Yes, there’s certainly a […]
What an intriguing idea for a story: a guy going to school to be a lawyer suddenly loses his most valuable asset, his voice….
Honestly, I think this series is amazing. I never know if the story is going turn a corner and tug on my heart strings or if we’re going to run full tilt into a near death battle.
Jamie, I don’t like you. Why am I reading a book about you? 😉
What Light by Jay Asher came out on October 18th but I really wanted to wait a bit to put my review out because this is such a great story to help you get in the mood for Christmas! It’s about Christmas trees! Lots and lots of Christmas trees!!
“I did not see that coming” How often can you say that about a mystery, or about any book these days? Hey, how about a young adult book? Well, have I got a book for you!
Test Drive, the first book in Marie Harte’s Body Shop Bad Boys series is THE classic story of two people dating and all the jitters, butterflies, wondering, and miscommunication that comes along with it.
Before I begin, can I just say that I love that the main character’s name is “Jill”?! What a completely normal, everyday name!! I have total love for that.
You ever look for something so hard, say for instance your eye glasses, and you look… and you look… and you look, only to suddenly find them shoved up on your head? A lot of times, that’s what love is like.
A long-haired, mountain-of-a-man billionaire? You say he’s made his own money because he’s smart. Well now, that’s something different….
I bought and read the first book in Sarina Bowen’s True North series, Bittersweet, back in early July 2016 just after it came out. Unfortunately, I never got around to doing a full review on it but I really loved the escape to a dairy farm and orchard up in Vermont. I missed her second book, Steadfast, but out TODAY is Keepsake, the third book.
I love anything pop culture, comic book, or gaming related that I can bond over with my son and husband. That’s why I’m reviewing something a little different today. Enjoy the break!
I’m stoked to be participating in Ms. Robson’s tour for her newest book in her Weird Girls series, Of Flame and Light. It’s out NOW!!
I can appreciate a deep, meaningful read but sometimes, I love a good no-brainer romance that’ll put a smile on my face as I’m reading the last sentence. Anytime […]
Why, oh why did I look at my friend’s reviews of this one? What was I thinking?? I’ve just put pressure on myself to explain my love of this story. I’ve got to list my reasons and have them make sense. This is such a daunting task for me because it’s rare for me to make much sense. Just ask my husband.
The unique storytelling format added a ton of humor to this second chance romance with the added story about “crazy” parents (tongue firmly in cheek).
I had been waiting for this book since December of 2015. I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it. The cover caught my eye but it was the synopsis that nabbed me and reeled me in. And as readers, we’re surprised when a book turns out a little bit different than what we expected, whether for the good or the bad. Okay, maybe you aren’t but I am, every time it happens to me.
How did you learn about “love”? I’m talking romantic love. Not the family, you got to love ’em kind of “love”. Most people learn from watching the people around them. You learn what kind of love you want…