Publisher: HarperCollins

Blog Tour: Bounce by Noelle August + Giveaway

September 3, 2015 0 Comments Erin
Blog Tour: Bounce by Noelle August + Giveaway

Bounce is the final book in the Boomerang series by Noelle August. It can be read as a standalone, but I suggest reading the first two books in the series as the characters from the previous books show up throughout this book and references to events in those books are mentioned. Skyler is a musician from Kentucky looking to make it somehow in Los Angeles. She ends up at an audition for a movie with […]

BLOG TOUR: Rebound by Noelle August + Giveaway

February 25, 2015 2 Comments Erin
BLOG TOUR: Rebound by Noelle August + Giveaway

I have to be honest here… I think I may have liked this one better than the first one. The reason why I know this is because I actually had to go back into Boomerang and skim it through a bit and see what exactly Alison did to her Ex in that book. Oops. :X After going through something horrific with his last girlfriend in college, Adam has closed himself off from any sort of romantic […]

The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton

January 16, 2015 4 Comments Regina
The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton

(Skip to the end of the post for the SHORT VERSION of my review) August, 2014. I walk into my local Barnes and Nobel and am stopped in my tracks by a “New Releases” display table. There is one obvious ”winner” to this display: The Miniaturist. Shiny hardcovers of it are stacked left and right, on top, below, and facing me on one of those nifty display stands. It feels like Christmas in July. The […]

Book Review: Stay With Me by J. Lynn (Blog Tour)

September 26, 2014 2 Comments Erin
Book Review: Stay With Me by J. Lynn (Blog Tour)

Stay With Me is another amazing book from one of our favorite authors Jennifer L. Armentrout. Book 3 in her new adult series WAIT FOR YOU, Stay With Me follows Teresa Hamilton’s friend Calla as she tries to put her life back together after discovering that her mother has stolen her college money and racked up a massive amount of debt in Calla’s name. While the book starts out at the College and town where […]

Great by Sara Benincasa

June 18, 2014 1 Comment Regina
Great by Sara Benincasa

Part of me wishes I had spent the money I blew on this book on some US Weekly or OK! gossip mags instead. I never understood what was so great about The Great Gatsby. I read and analysed it my junior year of high-school just like everyone else, and I read it with great expectations because of the  reputation that proceeded it. The story just never hit the mark for me, even when I reread […]

The Distance Between Us by Kasie West

April 17, 2014 4 Comments Regina
The Distance Between Us by Kasie West

There’s nothing like meeting the man of your dreams…. at a doll store. Caymen Meyers lives above and works in a porcelain-doll store owned by her mother, tucked away in quiet, wealthy town. In RL we all know that anyone that lives and works with creepy dolls would be possessed or psychotic, but this is fiction so Caymen is a smart, down-to-earth, functional young lady. She has an extremely dry and sarcastic sense of humor. […]

DNF: Royally Lost by Angie Stanton

February 27, 2014 0 Comments Erin
DNF: Royally Lost by Angie Stanton

I am a sucker for books where the girl gets the prince. I’ve also read Angie Stanton’s Jamieson Collection series and I enjoyed those books. When I saw this book on edelweiss and saw who the author was, I of course, had to request it. I started reading it and instantly disliked the female MC, Becca. The Male MC, Nikolai’s introduction to me wasn’t so hot either..but.. I powered through…. When I got to 14% […]

Review: Be With Me by J. Lynn (@JLArmentrout)

January 24, 2014 1 Comment Erin
Review: Be With Me by J. Lynn (@JLArmentrout)

I have yet to read a book written by Jennifer L. Armentrout that I haven’t loved. Be With Me is no exception. This book is about Teresa Hamilton, who we met in Wait For You. At the start of the book she’s starting her freshman year while she’s recovering from an torn ACL. She’s working on Plan B, while she waits for her body to heal so she can go back to her dancing. For […]

Review: Rome by Jay Crownover

January 15, 2014 0 Comments Christy
Review: Rome by Jay Crownover

My thoughts… Rome is book three in the Marked Men series. I’ve been waiting for this one to become available. I love military heroes. There is just something about them that draws me in. This story had me laughing and crying. Yes, Ms Crownover brought me to tears a couple of times. Both Rome and Cora are secondary characters from previous books and I was happy they got their own book. Rome. He’s a sexy […]

Review: Jet by Jay Crownover

June 12, 2013 0 Comments Christy
Review: Jet by Jay Crownover

My thoughts… Jet is book two in the Marked Men series by Author Jay Crownover. While I enjoyed Jet & Ayden’s story, I don’t think it was quite the story Rule was. There was just something fascinating about Rule that captured my attention from the beginning. This one started out as a slow read for me, but the more I read the more enjoyable it became. Even though Jet & Ayden appear to be completely […]

Review: Stealing Harper by Molly McAdams

May 25, 2013 0 Comments Christy
Review: Stealing Harper by Molly McAdams

My thoughts… This is going to be a very short review. OMG! I knew going into this one that it was going to be highly emotional and I wasn’t wrong. By the end of Stealing Harper I was a blubbering mess. Literally. I’m still a bit emotional over it. I’m so glad that Ms McAdams wrote his story. I loved Chase. He struggled from the beginning with wanting Harper for himself and pushing her away […]

Review: From Ashes by Molly McAdams

December 16, 2012 0 Comments Christy
Review: From Ashes by Molly McAdams

My thoughts… From Ashes is the second book by Author Molly McAdams. After having read Taking Chances a short time ago, I was really excited to read this one. While I enjoyed reading From Ashes, I feel it was too long and some scenes should have been omitted via editing. The premise was quite good and the characters were realistic, but I found myself skimming through quite a bit of it. Would I read it […]