Broken Hearts – Review

A few of you guys may know that I am a big fan of Micalea Smeltzer's novels. Her stories are fun and light, but can be dark here and there. The characters she creates are great and lovable, and I am always excited to read new things from her. This year, Micalea had to deal... Continue Reading →

Bad Penny – Review

After a rather unsatisfying psychological thriller, I was in need of a light and fun read and Bad Penny, Staci Hart's latest release, was the only way to go. Guys love Penny and Penny loves guys, but she always breaks it off after the third date, because if she sticks around, one of three things... Continue Reading →

A Thousand Rooms – Review

A Thousand Rooms by Helen Jones begins with the end - the end of Katie's life. When Katie accidentally steps off a curb while checking her text messages, she is hit by a car and killed. When she awakes, she finds her old body lying on the ground and her separated body and soul still... Continue Reading →

The Winner’s Curse – Review

What I admire most about YA dystopian authors is their massive imagination and their creations of new worlds, new societies, new rules and new ways of thinking. Nothing is impossible. Some dystopians focus on a new world and a society that was only recently formed as a result of a war that our current society... Continue Reading →

180 Seconds – Review

I have been in a book slump for half of June. I've been wanting to read something great, but constantly feeling bored with my current reads instead. In most cases, it's no fault of the books I've been reading; I have simply been distracted. Part of it might be that I've read more than I... Continue Reading →

Here’s To Now – Review

After a short break from the "Here's To" series by Teagan Hunter I was excited to finally dive into Here's To Now! Gaige Addams has been dealt more than one painful hand of cards throughout his life. Because of the mistakes he made in his past, he lives his life full of shame, grudges and... Continue Reading →

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