Most of all You – Review

I would like to thank Mia Sheridan, Forever and NetGalley for providing an ARC to review. I don't recall the last time I have read an actual Romance book. And not just a New Adult book (which I absolutely love). I mean an actual gut-wrenching, beautiful, devastating and amazing Romance book - a Mia Sheridan... Continue Reading →

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Let’s Get Textual – Review

Thank you to Enticing Journey for giving me the opportunity to read and review an advanced reader's copy of Let's Get Textual. I've been in a reading slump with NA and contemporary romance books for a little while now. The books I have picked up were not the worst books I've read, but they were... 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 →

The Accident -Review

Thank you to NetGalley and Bookouture for giving me the chance to read and review an advanced reader's copy of The Accident. I don't know if you have noticed but in the past few weeks I started to love reading psychological thrillers. There's just something about it I really enjoy. However, when it comes to... 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 →

The Good Sister – Review

I would like to thank NetGalley and Bookouture for giving me the chance to read and review this novel for 5171 Miles Book Blog! Jess Ryder is a new author to me and yet I was excited to head into The Good Sister, her latest psychological thriller that follows the lives of sisters Josie and... Continue Reading →

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