My History of Reading – Sabrina

I was maybe 8 or 9 and I still remember getting a book from my mom's best friend. I hated the book and didn't want to read it. There were so many words, so many pages and less pictures. In elementary school I always had an A in reading, so my not wanting to read... Continue Reading →

Advertisements

Paper Fools – Review

Formerly known as Deer in Headlights, Staci Hart has completely rewritten and re-edited the story and re-released it under a new cover and new name: Paper Fools. Deer in Headlights has been waiting on my TBR for ages. The re-release of Paper Fools was the perfect opportunity to finally dive into the world of Greek... Continue Reading →

Walden – Review

One early morning, while enjoying the peace and quiet that came with everyone in my house still asleep, I began researching hermits and recluses. The things that go through my mind (and my Google search box) when I have a moment uninterrupted to think are usually quite comical. As strange as it may sound, however,... Continue Reading →

February Recap

Hey there book lovers! Another month, another recap and even more awesome books. In case you've missed a few of our reviews, here is your chance to catch up: Lost in Scotland - Hilaria Alexander Anything You Can Do - RS Grey Crossed - Ally Condie Drums of Autumn - Diana Gabalon A Thousand Letters... Continue Reading →

Drums of Autumn – Review

I have been reading the Outlander series since May of last year, spacing the books out as I have had time to devote to the tale. Drums of Autumn is without a doubt my favorite of the Outlander series, thus far.  I know a lot of people complain about how long these books are and how scenes... Continue Reading →

Lucian Divine – Review

Evey is in her mid-twenties and has her life figured out. Well, parts of it. Although she accepted to work for her ungrateful boss until she can stand on her own two feet, she can’t take any more crappy dates with even crappier guys. Then she meets the mysterious, really good-looking Lucian. She is instantly... 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 →

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑