Melody’s Key – Review

Melody's Key is a New Adult debut novel by Michigan based singer Dallas Coryell. I received an ARC from the author himself in exchange for an honest review. Tegan Lockwood and her family live on the family estate on the South Coast of England. She and her siblings help their parents out with the family's... Continue Reading →


Happy cover re-reveal day, Micalea!

Title: Beauty in the Ashes Author: Micalea Smeltzer Genre: Dark Contemporary Romance Cover Design: Regina Wamba, Mae I Design Release Date: December 6, 2016 Blurb Some stories are a fairytale...but this isn't one. Caelan Gregory’s life fell apart the night he went home and opened the door to find his whole family murdered. Since then,... Continue Reading →

Going Rogue

Do you ever get so excited you feel like you could puke? That's exactly how I feel after opening my book mail from J.R. Rogue.  Her words are like medicine for my soul.  She crafts poems out of the words I couldn't formulate, the thoughts that have been stuck in my head, and I'm obsessed.... Continue Reading →

With this Heart – Review

With this Heart is a standalone novel by R.S. Grey released in 2014. Up until a few months ago, Abby was sick. So sick that she was about to die. But fortunately she had her lucky stars on her side and was given a second chance at life. And why not start this second chance... Continue Reading →

On the Other Side – Review

On the Other Side is book 1 in "The Orleans Exodus" series by Nicole Aube. It is a dystopian novel and follows Hilaria and her friend Anthony in Orleans. The city was flooded a few years back and got divided into two parts. Hilaria and Anthony live in the Quarter (the former French Quarter of... Continue Reading →

A Different Blue – Review

I'm convinced Amy Harmon is a genius.  I read my first book, The Bird and the Sword, by her earlier this year and have been trying to get my hands on everything she's written since then.  Her writing is smart, beautiful and full of emotion.  I finished A Different Blue this morning and I'm simply devastated... Continue Reading →

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