Leo’s Chance – Review

NOTE: This is a companion novel to Leo and has an alternate POV. Please read Leo first before diving into Leo's Chance! This novel constains SPOILERS regarding Leo, so please refrain from reading any further if you intend to pick up Leo soon! After finishing Leo, I decided to start with its companion novel right... Continue Reading →

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Favorite Quote Friday

Ashley "I wish that people realized how this felt every day. Why does it take a life ending to learn how to cherish each day? Why must we wait until we run out of time to start to accomplish all that we dreamed, when once we had all the time in the world? Why don't... Continue Reading →

Such Dark Things – Review

My gosh, this novel was a wild ride! It was like a train wreck I couldn't look away from. After my friend, Talon, reviewed this novel at Under the Cover Book Blog, I couldn't wait to start reading. Basically, if Talon gives five stars to a book I know it is bound to be a great... Continue Reading →

Thorn in My Heart – Review

I have been recommended Thorn in My Heart, the first book in the Lowlands of Scotland series, several times in the past couple years. When I seem to forget about it, it comes up in conversation again. Finally, I decided to grab it from my library during Spring Break and start on this retelling of Jacob, Rachel,... Continue Reading →

Leo – Review

This year I made it my mission to catch up on all the Mia Sheridan books there are. With having read Grayson's Vow and Archer's Voice in 2016 and 2017, I thought it would be best to start with Mia Sheridan's debut novel Leo. Evie and Leo met each other in Foster care as children.... Continue Reading →

The Breakdown – Shared Review

One of the highlights of my Spring Break was being able to buddy read The Breakdown with Sabrina. We read Behind Closed Doors, B.A. Paris' first novel, together a couple years ago and hoped to read this one soon. Since I was finally able to figure out Interlibrary Loan through my local library, we were... Continue Reading →

Favorite Quote Friday

Ashley "When you're young, life stretches out in front of you like a train track. Grade school, high school, college - every new stage is designed to feel like some pre-ordained leveling up, but then suddenly you're thrust into Grand Central Station of your mid-twenties with just enough pocket change to buy a one-way ticket.... Continue Reading →

J.R. Rogue – Author Interview

J.R. Rogue is one of my go-to authors. From poetry to full-length novels, I find myself hanging on her every word. I simply can't get enough of her writing and her as a person. She's good, honest, and a strong supporter of her fellow woman. Try to read this interview and not want to give... Continue Reading →

Time Stranger Kyoko – Manga Rezension

Da ich letztes Mal so viel Spaß dabei hatte die Manga-Serie Kamikaze Kaito Jeanne zu rezensieren, kommt hier schon die nächste. Und wie kann es anders sein, als über eine weitere Arina Tanemura Serie zu schreiben. Dieses Mal geht es um den Manga Time Stranger Kyoko, der in der Zukunft im 30. Jahrhundert spielt. Im... Continue Reading →

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