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 →

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Kiss Me Like You Mean It – Review

Everything about this book makes me excited. The cover, the story, the setting(s) - J.R. Rogue knocked it out of the park with her third novel. This is not your typical love story. It's raw, revealing, and you may find your heart snagging on some of the shattered dreams inside. Nevertheless, the best books are... Continue Reading →

The Smallest Part – Review

Many thanks to Amy Harmon for my very first ARC copy of one of her novels! Authors like Amy Harmon are the reason I read. Her beautiful heart bleeds onto the pages of every book she writes. After I finish reading each book I'm left in awe of her writing, the soul of her books,... Continue Reading →

For Now – Review

I'm always nervous to read debut novels of Indie authors because the stories are often hit or miss. If you're like me, let me ease your mind: Kat Savage has without a doubt written a hit with For Now. I'm not just saying that because I'm a fan of Kat's poetry collections. Of course, I hoped... Continue Reading →

The Song of David – Review

I have a hard time writing reviews for Amy Harmon's books. Not because I don't love them, quite the contrary actually. I love everything she writes greatly, and I find myself struggling to find words I haven't already said about all of her books. I read the first book in this series, The Law of... Continue Reading →

Marrow – Review

It's my favorite book of all-time, but I haven't even given it a proper review! I've been scared of doing this book an injustice, somehow spoiling it with my inadequate words. Not to mention, I didn't yet share this blog with Sabrina when I read Marrow at the beginning of 2016.  Seeing as it's my... Continue Reading →

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 →

Ten Below Zero – Review

I don't have the slightest idea where to start with this book. It's one of the greats that stole my words and left me with the most beautiful mess of emotions. When I pick up a novel, I read for experience, understanding and emotion. Occasionally, I read to escape or venture to a different location.... Continue Reading →

Something in the Way- Review

I believe certain books come to us at the very time we need them in life. Sometimes we're led to them, and it's like the world is shouting at us "Stop everything you're doing and read this book now!" Something in the Way was one of those books for me. First, my lovely friend, Kacy... Continue Reading →

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