I don’t read romantic suspense very often but when I do….. I rely on Kimberly at Caffeinated Book Reviewer for book recommendations 🙂 She reads a ton of these types […]
She said it’s the end… Yep, that’s right. Hundred Oaks is done, according to Miranda Kenneally’s Twitter feed. Her final book in the series, Coming Up For Air, is all […]
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?
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.
“Waiting On” Wednesday is a weekly event hosted at Breaking the Spine. We share those books we can’t wait to get our hands on! I stumbled across […]
Do you know what time it is? It’s precisely 7:22pm, the sun has just set on the east coast, and it’s the perfect time to reveal the cover for…
Well, this is a new one for me! A NICE slow romance built around a strong central protagonist – and it ain’t the girl in the relationship! I so enjoyed […]
It’s never too early to start planning your holiday reading, especially with the Ho-Ho-Ho Read-a-Thon right around the corner. Sourcebooks Casablanca is here to help you find your perfect holiday hero!
Um, yeah… this book… is full of… feels.
I really like Dawn Ryder’s writing and I loved this story! I will warn you, you have to like a real alpha-type of guy but… dang! I adored these two battling each other to make a relationship work!!! I kind of regret not reading the first book but it was not a problem for this story.
Summer is synonymous with young love, at least in my book, or BOOKS in this case! While I was on “hiatus” (or blog-be-broke time out), I read a veritable plethora of young adult romances that screamed “Summertime” to me! So in the spirit of getting these reviews done and out, I’m doing double duty. And since I was on such a summer-lovin’ kick, there will be more of these posts.
Superheroes – they are everywhere this summer! From summer library reading programs to the big screen. You can’t step two feet without tripping over a new superhero. Or an old one made new and shiny. You would think I’d be sick of them by now. I kind of am. But somehow reading a story about a girl with zero powers who was raised in the world of heroes and villains felt… right.