Ms. Carlino has done it to me again. I don’t even know where to start.
I’m going to start off this review by sharing my “Colleen Hoover” resume. So I’ve read about five of her books and I’ve enjoyed every one of them. I enjoy her conversational writing style. It reads fast and keeps me entertained. Her stories keep me entertained. And for It […]
A story is similar to a recipe. You take characters, throw them in a world you’ve built, stir in some plot, and if you’ve done it all correctly, you come out with a tasty book. Some books taste better to other readers than they do to you, and that’s okay.
Well, my vocabulary has been expanded. Of course I knew the “boot” was the trunk of the car. “Petrol” is gasoline. I’m still not sure what the “forecourt” is though. Oh, how I love reading books written by British authors!
I want to take this moment to thank two people. I thank Grace at Rebel Mommy Book Blog for “making” me hunt this book down. And I thank Renee Carlino for NOT making this huge story into two books like so many authors tend to want to do today. […]
I’m an idiot. There, I said it. How could I have ever doubted K.A. Tucker and her fabulous-ness as an author? Let me explain… When I first saw this series last year, I noticed all the titles in the series had to do with water. Because the girls on […]
Gotta say, Ms. Hoover nailed it again with Ugly Love! I loved Ms. Hoover’s characters in Hopeless & Losing Hope but this one had a story that kept calling to me all stinkin’ day. “Read me.” “Read me.” Well, okay, if I must. I read until I finished it at 1:30am. Why?
This was a case of picking up a book solely on it’s cover. I totally have a thing for guy’s arms. Oh, and yeah the design and colors rock, too *sheepish look*. I’m really glad that I did pick up this book (and it’s sequel below) out of curiosity because I really, really enjoyed this soap-opera-ish tale of fighting for the right guy to spend the rest of your life with.
Today I’m sharing K.A. Tucker’s cover reveal for her new adult / mystery coming out in October. Check it out!!!
Ben has always been a favorite side character of mine in the entire Ten Tiny Breaths series. He looks like the all American boy next door but he is so far from it. Honestly, I didn’t think he’d make that much of a book of his own. I am such a fool. How dare I doubt the prowess of Ms. Tucker. Of course he couldn’t hold a book on his own. Enter Reese…