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 […]

Filled with Drama & Characters You Love to Hate \\ Forget Me Always by Sara Wolf

» 23 January, 2017 » Reviews » 4 comments

Filled with Drama & Characters You Love to Hate \\ Forget Me Always by Sara Wolf

My Thoughts: After the massively massive cliffhanger at the end of the first book, Love Me Never, my body was ready for Forget Me Always. I did decide to read this one instead of taking the audio route, simply because there was just no way I could torture myself like that again. And while I really liked this installment in the series, it fell flat for me and not as… […]

Girl in Pieces by Kathleen Glasgow

» 29 September, 2016 » Reviews » 3 comments

Girl in Pieces by Kathleen Glasgow

My Thoughts: There are some books that leave you breathless. Their words leave their mark on you and you are left with no adequate words to describe it, and how it made you feel. Girl in Pieces, is one of those books… it’s just so honest, raw and emotionally draining but beautiful, too. If I could reach in this story and hug all the characters, I would. But I would hold onto Charlie […]

Blog Tour // Fighting to Be Free by Kirsty Moseley (Excerpt + #Giveaway)

» 9 September, 2016 » Giveaways, Promos » 0 comments

Blog Tour // Fighting to Be Free by Kirsty Moseley (Excerpt + #Giveaway)

Today, I’m excited to share with you FIGHTING TO BE FREE, the first book in a new series by Kirsty Moseley! Read an excerpt, and enter to win a copy of the book below! Excerpt He rolled onto his side, reaching out his hand and pulling me against him as he slowly ran his hands down my back. “That was incredible, Ellie,” he murmured, kissing my nose. He was grinning […]

Do You Love Wit, Snark, and Drama? // Love Me Never by Sara Wolf

» 8 August, 2016 » Reviews » 1 comment

Do You Love Wit, Snark, and Drama? // Love Me Never by Sara Wolf

My Thoughts: I hear often that there are books readers consider “guilty pleasure” or “book crack.” It’s those books that just pull you in, are addicting and leave you with the epic of book hangovers. If I could label one book in that category, Love Me Never would be one of them. Not having heard much about before going in, I started the book on a Monday morning on my […]

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 […]

The Best Friend’s Brother & First Loves // Dare to Take by Carly Phillips

» 25 May, 2016 » Reviews » 0 comments

The Best Friend’s Brother & First Loves // Dare to Take by Carly Phillips

My Thoughts: *side note, the synopsis is wrong. It’s the best friend’s brother, not brother’s best friend. WEIRD it’s written like that. Being that this was the 6th book in the series, I was slightly hesitant to read it, even though it’s one of those series where each book can be read as a standalone. And while I wasn’t “lost” on any of the details per se, I do wish […]

It Lies Within the Stars // Summer of Supernovas by Darcy Woods

» 3 May, 2016 » Reviews » 6 comments

It Lies Within the Stars // Summer of Supernovas by Darcy Woods

My Thoughts: Right from the start, I knew I would LOVE Summer of Supernovas, even though it has that FLUFF feel to it, which isn’t something I usually read. I devoured this book within hours and I couldn’t get enough! First, I have to mention how hilarious Summer of Supernovas is! The first chapter had me doubled over laughing because of Wil and her hilariously witty monologue and situations she got herself into. She […]

Audio Book Review | Symptoms of Being Human by Jeff Garvin

» 15 March, 2016 » Reviews » 4 comments

Audio Book Review | Symptoms of Being Human by Jeff Garvin

My thoughts: The Symptoms of Being Human is quite the story, one that I feel is important and a must read.  It’s informative, eye-opening, funny and heartfelt all in one swoop. Some issues not withstanding, the execution of this novel was nothing short of brilliant. The lack of pronouns would at times, frustrate me, but it’s necessary to really understand the story and GET IT. As a reader, we never find […]