Jackal – Review

Tarryn Fisher and Willow Aster have started a movement, a rise of women, that is absolutely astounding with the End of Men Series. I'll admit to being slightly more critical of Folsom, the first book in the series, than many of my blogging counterparts. However, as the story of Folsom sat with me, the more... Continue Reading →

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Favorite Quote Friday

Ashley "Loneliness has nothing to do with how many friends you have, how many people love you or how many bright and shiny things you can afford. You can be surrounded by everything you want in your life and still be the saddest person in the world." - Christine Brae, His Wounded Light Sabrina "You... Continue Reading →

Disgrace – Release Day

Disgrace, an all-new romantic and emotional standalone from Brittainy C. Cherry is LIVE! Synopsis: Each day I prayed for my husband to love me again. After fifteen years together, he walked away from me, and into the arms of another. I didn’t know how to cope. I didn’t know my worth. I didn’t know how... Continue Reading →

The Light We Lost – Review

If there ever was a novel to describe the growing pains we feel as we transition into adulthood, it would be this one. This story had one of the most nostalgic, melancholy, and at times, philosophical feels I've ever experienced from a Romance novel. I really enjoyed those aspects and was interested in the story... Continue Reading →

The Other Side of Tomorrow – Review

I've been a fan of Micalea Smeltzer and her books for almost three years now and I am always excited when she releases a new book. Due to medical reasons, though she hasn't published a book for quite some time. Her surprise release of The Other Side of Tomorrow, however, is her comeback into the... Continue Reading →

Favorite Quote Friday

Ashley "You have the heart of an artist. It's why so many of us lose our minds... the majority of crazy people are artists. They're more sensitive souls - they have to be to create art others respond to. But it means they're more easily broken." - Mia Sheridan, Midnight Lily Sabrina "But the fact of... Continue Reading →

The Simple Wild – Review

I think the Texas heat has made my obsession with Alaska come to a head this summer. I have been religiously watching Alaska State Troopers and have been eager to read or watch anything Alaskan-related lately. Thanks to Atria Publishing, my obsession was able to continue when I received the ARC of The Simple Wild... Continue Reading →

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