The Girl Before & Shattered Pearls – Mini Reviews

The Girl Before I wasn’t sure what to expect heading into this novel, having forgone the reading of the blurb. I added this novel to my TBR some time ago based on several rave reviews shortly after it’s release. I do love a good Thriller. My latest obsession has become audiobooks! My productivity has improved…

Legendary – Review

Thank you to Flatiron Books for the chance to read and review this novel. After reading Caraval not long ago, I was ecstatic to see Legendary available on Netgalley. Though Caraval didn’t quite live up to the hype for me, I was still anxious to continue with the series and hopefully be able to find out just who the mysterious Legend…

In The Gray – Review

I love supporting Indie authors, especially authors who were inspired to write books by my favorite authors! A.D. McCammon is one of the authors I have followed for a long time, but have failed to pick up books by. Through Kat Savage‘s reader group, I was lucky enough to score a copy of McCammon’s upcoming release, In…

Caraval – Review

Like many of us, I bought Caraval because I kept seeing it everywhere and the cover is just SO pretty! It makes me happy to look at it. Much like the cover, the wonderful world of Caraval was whimsical and enchanting, feeling like a modern fairytale. The first half of this story was full of exciting potential…

The Idea of You – Review

Well, y’all, I joined the bandwagon. I read The Idea of You after numerous suggestions from practically everyone in the book community, at least in my little Romance neck of the woods. After reading, I can see why so many women love this story, but I can’t say it appealed to me in the same way. Sure,…

Good Me, Bad Me – Review

I expected way too much of this book and was mostly let down. Sure, it was interesting enough to keep my attention throughout, but I didn’t live up to the hype for me. Stay tuned for my unpopular opinion ahead. BLURB: How far does the apple really fall from the tree? Milly’s mother is a…

Keep Her Safe – Review

Keep Her Safe by Richard Parker Description: How far would you go to protect your child? Maggie’s daughter Penny is her whole world… and she’d do anything to protect her. So when Maggie wakes one night to find a strange woman in her home, she runs to lock herself in her bedroom with her child….

Lost in Scotland – Review

Lost in Scotland was my first book by author, Hilaria Alexander. It is a delicious and fun story about, Sam, a makeup artist from Los Angeles.  After Sam catches her boyfriend cheating with her friend and producer of the show she works for, she concocts an elaborate plan for revenge.  Her plan doesn’t seem to have the effect…

A Lover’s Lament – Review

“That’s the great thing about love … it finds you. And when it’s true love, it doesn’t go away, and you just know. You don’t have to wonder or guess, because it just … is.” As the first book for my 2016 Indie Readathon hosted by Angie’s Dreamy Reads, Words with Sarah, and Booklovers for Life, I decided…

The Evolution of Mara Dyer – Review

If you haven’t read The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer yet, you may want to skip this review to avoid potential spoilers. I usually love books in a series more than standalones, simply because I get to spend more time with the characters I’ve grown attached to. I’ve often questioned people who complain about books in…

Goodnight From London – Review

As book lovers, I think we can all agree not all 400 pages in every book we read are created equally. Sometimes I can fly through 400 pages in a day and other times it may take me a couple of weeks. Unfortunately, Goodnight from London was one of the latter. I felt as if I was…

The Allure of Dean Harper – Review

While I loved Dean in Julian’s book and couldn’t wait to dive into this story, I was a little disappointed with what a jerk Dean could be in this book, whether Lily brought it out in him or not.  I love a good hate to love story, but I felt as if the hate aspect…

Punk 57 – Review

When this book was released in October of this 2016, I saw it everywhere on Goodreads and Facebook.  It was an instant hit with exceptional reviews.  I immediately added it to my TBR and couldn’t wait to get my hands on it.  I love books centered around pen pals, as that’s something I thoroughly enjoy,…

He Will Be My Ruin – Review

He Will Be My Ruin was my first K.A. Tucker book and has been sitting on my TBR pile for most of this year.  Normally when I begin a book by reading the prologue, it leaves my mind until the topic is brought up again later in the book.  Not this time!  Throughout my reading,…