Blind Kiss – Review

ARC was generously provided through a Facebook giveaway in Renee's fan group.  If you have been an avid reader for any length of time, you're sure to have experienced the dreaded (possibly at times, coveted) book hangover. While I've read many awesome five star books this year, I've only experienced one book hangover until this... Continue Reading →

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The Surviving Trace – Release Day

Happy Release Day to Calia Read and her new time travel/romance—THE SURVIVING TRACE! This is one you don't want to miss!! This amazing book begs to be read! Look for my review on May 25th! Buy a copy with the links below and get to reading!! -Ashley Will is my fiancé. The shy man I... Continue Reading →

Pieces of Eight – Review

I've taken days to write this review because I simply don't know what to say about this book. We're not even halfway through the year yet, and I've already read so many amazing novels. I honestly am scared about making a list of favorites at the end of the year! Whitney Barbetti's Mad Love Duet... Continue Reading →

The Great Alone – Review

Much like Alaska itself: alone at the top of the world, beautifully majestic, The Great Alone stands far above the rest in the book world. It probably seems like I'm giving everything outstanding reviews lately, but I've been really lucky to read incredible books this year. I'm actually thankful to know my constant reading hasn't... Continue Reading →

All Your Perfects – Review

How to review a Colleen Hoover book: write, erase, repeat until you're a basket case. Why? Because nothing I say about Colleen's writing will ever properly convey my feelings about her books. Lucky for her, my reviews have no merit (ha!) on her success. Colleen doesn't need us to sell her books, she barely needs... Continue Reading →

Six Feet Under – Review

Oh, my heart. I'm not even halfway through this book at the moment of writing this, but I had to stop and quickly jot down thoughts before I've forgotten them. This book explains the substance of our feelings as humans. The main thing all of us want is to be loved unconditionally, to know no... Continue Reading →

The Room on Rue Amelie – Review

Many thanks to Gallery Books and Netgalley for the chance to read and review this novel. By now many of you may know how much I love World War II Historical Fiction. There's something about this period in history I find incredibly captivating. Each story is so immersive in the human experience, offering some form... Continue Reading →

A Little Too Late – Review

It's only the middle of March but I'm pretty sure that A Little Too Late will join the list of favorite books of 2018. You know what I'm also sure of? This novel will also join my list of favorite books ever. The past nine months have been hard on Charlie. When his wife left,... Continue Reading →

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