The Love Letters of Abelard and Lily – Review

Thank you to HMH Books for Young Readers and NetGalley for providing an ARC for review. I don't read too many YA novels, which is probably why I was so excited to start with this one. The synopsis was intriguing because what is more romantic than exchanging love letters? Sixteen-year old Lily lands herself in... Continue Reading →

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Forever My Girl – Review

During the summer, I heard that there was a new movie coming out based on a book. Forever My Girl, a book I hadn't heard of before that summer, is going to be released in January 2018 and I was determined to read the novel before its release. I finally found the time and I... Continue Reading →

The Miranda Sings Award

We want to thank Des of Des' Random Thoughts for nominating us for this unique award. We'd love for you to check out her blog by following the link above! This is quite a challenging award because it is sometimes hard to talk about our positive qualities openly, without coming across as if we are... Continue Reading →

Release Day – Shift by Staci Hart

Bestselling author Staci Hart brings you the second installment of an addictive romantic mythology series where love is the ultimate game, and Aphrodite always wins. Shift by Staci Hart Publishing Date: August 24th, 2017 Genre: Contemporary Romance Synopsis: Even the gods cannot betray the will of the stars. It’s been a hundred years since she’s... 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 →

We Are The Stars – Review

If you have followed my recent reviews, you may recall my blog posts about the "Here's To" series by Teagan Hunter. As a fan of her work, there was no doubt that I would pick up her recently published novella too. Being bored with life in general, Elliott is looking for an exciting adventure and... 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 →

The Over Duet – Review

The"Over Duet" which consists of Low over High and Ever over After was sitting on my kindle for what it seems like forever. I honestly don't know why I waited so long to pick those books up  because I really enjoyed them. Low Over High begins with an angsty, mysterious, yet powerful prologue of the... Continue Reading →

The Siren – Review

There were actually two reasons I bought this book last year in England: the first one was the cover. I know, "Don't judge a book by its cover!" but I couldn't leave Waterstones without buying this book. The second and much smaller reason was Kiera Cass, the author of this book. You probably all know... Continue Reading →

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