Book Spotlight // Accidentally on Purpose by Jill Shalvis

» 25 January, 2017 » Promos » 3 comments

Book Spotlight // Accidentally on Purpose by Jill Shalvis

Today, I’m excited to share an excerpt for Jill Shalvis’ new novel, Accidentally on Purpose. This is the third book in the Heartbreaker Bay series. Excerpt He whipped around to face her before she could find her sea legs, his expression dark and unreadable. “What was that?” he demanded. Planting her feet—or rather, her heels—she went hands on hips. That was the only way to deal with him, just like […]

Blog Tour: Not Quite Perfect by Catherine Bybee (Review + Giveaway)

» 10 October, 2016 » Giveaways, Promos, Reviews » 1 comment

Blog Tour: Not Quite Perfect by Catherine Bybee (Review + Giveaway)

Welcome to my stop on the Not Quite Perfect blog tour! Check out my thoughts on the book and enter the tour wide giveaway for a Kindle Paperwhite! My Thoughts: I’ve been in a mood for a sweet & fun contemporary romance to sink into – and I’m so glad Not Quite Perfect was on my reading list because it hit it perfectly. I adored the other books by Catherine that […]

Blog Tour: The Perks Of Loving a Scoundrel By Jennifer McQuiston (Excerpt + Giveaway)

» 7 October, 2016 » Giveaways, Promos » 1 comment

Blog Tour: The Perks Of Loving a Scoundrel By Jennifer McQuiston (Excerpt + Giveaway)

Praise for Jennifer McQuiston and THE PERKS OF LOVING A SCOUNDREL: “McQuiston’s third Seduction Diaries novel is to be commended for its complex and unusual plot and for featuring characters the reader comes to care for. A surprising, readable story about healing, forgiveness, and trust.”   — Kirkus “The story is equal parts mystery and romance, and just when readers begin to feel cheated, the twists and turns navigate to a […]

A Book to Experience \\ My Review of All the Missing Girls by Megan Miranda

» 29 August, 2016 » Reviews » 19 comments

A Book to Experience \\ My Review of All the Missing Girls by Megan Miranda

My Thoughts: There will come a time when a book completely and utterly blows you away. It takes characters you thought you knew, and morphs them into someone else. It takes plot twists you thought you saw coming, and rocks you to the core. And it has an ending that renders you speechless in its brilliance. All the Missing Girls, is that book for me. Most reading of the genre will swear […]

Gut Wrenching & Emotional // Until Harry by L.A. Casey

» 26 August, 2016 » Reviews » 0 comments

Gut Wrenching & Emotional // Until Harry by L.A. Casey

My Thoughts: Let me just break the ice and say that I don’t consider myself to be an emotional person; let alone reader. It takes a lot to move me and takes even MORE to make my cry. Let me tell you… The looks I got while listening to this book during rush hour traffic (morning and evening) are some of these most sympathetic, and painfully embarrassing looks I’ve ever received. To say […]

Wickedly Sexy & Full of Drama // Wicked Beautiful by J.T. Geissinger

» 22 August, 2016 » Reviews » 2 comments

Wickedly Sexy & Full of Drama // Wicked Beautiful by J.T. Geissinger

My Thoughts: If there is one thing to take away from this review, let it be known that J.T. Geissinger can write some drama filled, sexy books. I already love her writing, so when I saw this book with a revenge plot? I knew I had to have it. True to Ms. Geissinger’s form, Wicked Beautiful is full of twists, sexy encounters, and not to mention stubborn and interesting characters. Victoria […]

The Woman in the Photo by Mary Hogan

» 9 August, 2016 » Reviews » 1 comment

The Woman in the Photo by Mary Hogan

My Thoughts: Woman’s Fiction isn’t a genre I pick up often – for no obvious reason at all. But the ones that I have picked up lately are wonderful, and that includes this book, The Woman in the Photo. Told in dual perspectives, we get two correlating stories. The story of Elizabeth in 1889. And the story of Lee, or Elizabeth, in the present day. Both women are trying to find […]

Everywhere and Every Way by Jennifer Probst

» 5 August, 2016 » Reviews » 2 comments

Everywhere and Every Way by Jennifer Probst

My Thoughts: It’s been awhile since I have read one of Jennifer’s books, and when I saw this one available to read and review, I knew it was something I would like. Not knowing anything about construction or building a house, I was slightly hesitant, yet curious, to see just how much that would play in the story. (I mean, who are the Property Brothers?) >.< While my knowledge of house building […]