Love & Luck – Review

Many thanks to Simon Pulse / Simon and Schuster for the chance to read and review this novel early. I'm all for poor man's traveling, also known as reading about teenagers traipsing around the Irish countryside. When I read Love & Gelato by Jenna Evans Welch last year, I was already excited about this book,... Continue Reading →

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Behind the Bars – Review

When I'm reading Romance, I want to feel ALL the feels. Let's be honest, I want the author to make me cry, or even tear up a bit. Luckily, Brittainy C. Cherry is a master of heart and completes the task with each story she tells. Every book of hers is more beautiful than the... Continue Reading →

Bad Romance- Review

You know when you finish a book and you immediately want to tell everyone you have ever known to read it? Yeah? That JUST happened to me. First, I can't stop singing Lady Gaga's, "Rah rah ah-ah-ah! Ro mah ro-mah-mah" and I'm so happy Heather Demetrios paid homage to Mother Monster with her book. The... Continue Reading →

Wish You Were Here – Review

I have been struggling to formulate my thoughts for this review after finishing it almost two weeks ago! Usually I try to write my reviews as quickly as possible, but I have the strongest writer's block for this book! This is a novel I went into completely blind. I didn't know much about the story,... Continue Reading →

A Man Called Ove – Review

I knew I'd love A Man Called Ove because I love cranky old men, perhaps that's why I married one. 😉 I wish there were more people like Ove in the world. Maybe that sounds strange if you've read this book, but I firmly believe things would be better than they are today with more... Continue Reading →

How I Lost You – Review

Thank you to Atria/Emily Bestler books and Netgalley for the chance to review this exciting novel. Let me just say, it's a good thing I didn't have a paperback copy of this book because I wouldn't have been able to turn the pages fast enough. Books like How I Lost You are the reason I... Continue Reading →

London Belongs to Me – Review

As an Anglophile, I knew I had to read London Belongs to Me as soon as I saw Colleen Hoover post a giveaway for this title on Instagram. I love everything about England and was in need of a cheerful bit of Chick-Lit to read after the heavy books I've been hitting lately.  Jacquelyn Middleton hit... Continue Reading →

This is How I Die – Poetry Release

Through the writing of J.R. Rogue, I discovered a world of poetry I didn't know existed. Kat Savage is one of the poets I learned about through Rogue's social media and their friendship. I love witnessing their talents merge and the camaraderie these two powerhouses share. They are encouragers of women and the lives women... Continue Reading →

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