The Weird Girls series has been a huge favorite of mine ever since I start reading it waaaaaay back in December 2012. Almost five years later we’re now into Taran’s […]
Publisher: Self Published
Kylie Scott is an “auto-read” author of mine ever since I’ve read some of her Stage Dive series. There’s just something about her character’s personalities and their dialogue that calls […]
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.
Being a fan of Laura Kaye’s books, I wanted to share the latest cover from one of her newest series, Blasphemy.
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!!
Today I’m participating in a blog tour for Cecy Robson’s Inseverable, book one in her new Carolina Beach series. This is, IMHO, something a bit different from her….
In the mood for a new urban fantasy series that has a “world” that’s easy to get into? Have I got a story for you… Struck by Amanda Carlson […]
I like Jennifer Dawson’s stories. I like them a lot. They are good.
I am officially addicted to Elle Kennedy’s writing. She writes good 😉 Seriously, though, I had her Off-Campus series in my Top Ten books of 2015. Each book has been worth every cent I paid for it, probably more.
So Valentine’s Day… the holiday that has been hyped up for lovers where all your romantic dreams will come true…right? That’s the way it’s supposed to happen, Hallmark told me so, dammit!
I can’t believe it’s taken me so long to put up my review of this awesomely fun story! I highly recommend this “happy” read. See what I did there? Ha, maybe not if you haven’t had coffee yet today….
Completely different than any romance I’ve ever read before… How many times have you read those words in a book review? Probably quite a bit. But I have no other way to say it – Crave had an intense, emotional story I wasn’t expecting.
This entire series has been an addiction with me. I read Drew’s story in The Hook Up and was floored by the amount of PLOT in the romance. I pounced on Gray’s story in The Friend Zone. So there was no looking back when I could finally, FINALLY (yes, I am screaming) know what the heck is going on in quiet Dex’s mind.
I sort of feel guilty that I’m putting both of these book reviews in a single post. For one, each book will be on my favorites list of 2015 this year. They are both that good. And second, each book needs their own limelight, their own little space under the spotlight so everyone notices this series.
Right from page one I was giggling and smiling at Cleo, her inner dialogue, and her antics.
Not out until next March, I’m sharing the completely spectacular cover to Ada Adams’ ReBorn plus a giveaway.
Easily, one of my favorite books of the year, I’m excited to be sharing my love of this little romance (that could and did), an excerpt, and a tour-wide giveaway.
I absolutely loved, loved, LOVED this quick, easy, fun, sassy, mysterious, ghostly, small town Texas, surprisingly sweet with, “oh my!”, steamy loving-story.
This story is nothing really about burnouts. Okay, it sort of is. But it is SO much more! Ms. Gordon, your synopsis is just too vague. Yeah, yeah, it’s got a love story in there but it’s more like a LIFE story of one couple’s love. Am I giving too much away? Nah, let me explain…
This is part two in the three part serial Fix You. I really enjoyed the romance from part one and surprisingly enough, the cliffhanger-ish ending to part one didn’t bother me one bit. I think knowing that part two was right around the corner helped! Thankfully, part two did not let me down on the romance.
Who’s Hunter & Gabby? There was a book before this one? Jeez, I don’t even remember, it’s all a blur now that I’ve read Make It a Double.
Serials are the new thing in releasing some books these days. I don’t usually go for serials; I usually wait for the full book to release. Call me cheap. But then this review opportunity came along. I was terribly interested in the story itself so I thought I’d give it a try, despite my hostility towards cliffhangers. Olivia and Sebastian’s story just suckered me in.
I’d be writing the longest review in history if I touched on all the coolest parts of this book. So I went with a few and called it a book review…
Let me share with you what to expect when you pick up On the Rocks, the first book in her new Last Call series. See there? I like to be optimistic. Yeah, I know not everyone likes new adult romances. New adult is an acquired taste. But Ms. Bennett’s story is such a great example of new adult romance that if you were to try new adult, this would be a great place to start.