Publisher: Omnific Publishing

Blog Tour: Better Deeds Than Words (Words #2) Review and GIVEAWAY!!!

May 23, 2014 6 Comments Regina
Blog Tour: Better Deeds Than Words (Words #2) Review and GIVEAWAY!!!

  If words be the medium of Georgina Guthrie, write on Georgina. Write on! I feel like I should pay Georgina Guthrie tuition or something. I definitely feel smarter in a literary sense after reading her work. Better Deeds Than Words is a sophisticated romance junkie’s dream come true. I’m sure I stated this in my review of the first amazing book in this trilogy, The Weight of Words, but I love how Georgina works […]

ARC Review+GIVEAWAY: The Weight of Words by Georgina Guthrie

December 2, 2013 6 Comments Regina
ARC Review+GIVEAWAY: The Weight of Words by Georgina Guthrie

First, there was Shakespeare. Then, there was Georgina Guthrie. Sometimes you stumble upon a book that appeals to all your senses. A book that wraps itself around you, and warms you to your core like a chenille sweater during a Canadian winter. The Weight of Words is one of those books. In my mind’s eye, TWoW is leather-bound in Oxblood-red with roughly edged, cream colored pages. It’s a romantic contemporary classic that deserves to be […]

Review: Tangled by Emma Chase

May 21, 2013 2 Comments Christy
Review: Tangled by Emma Chase

My thoughts… Going into this book I knew that Drew Evans was arrogant and a womanizer. What I didn’t know upon reading this was the fact that he’s also a first class prick. To be honest I didn’t really care for the guy to begin with. He was very demeaning towards women. He basically treated them as if they held absolutely no value other than to service him and his sexual needs. Having said those […]

Review: Wallbanger by Alice Clayton

December 21, 2012 0 Comments Christy
Review: Wallbanger by Alice Clayton

My thoughts… I wasn’t really sure what to expect with this story. I had heard it was another “Twilight Fan Fiction” but I also heard it was funny and an overall great story. While I’ll agree it was funny to a certain extent, it wasn’t overly so. The premise is great. I enjoyed getting to know Caroline and her BFF’s. I could definitely relate to some of their banter. Getting to know Simon was also […]