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Review: Perfectly Misunderstood by Robin Daniels

Review: Perfectly Misunderstood by Robin Daniels

May 8, 2018 Reviews 0

The Perfect Series is coming to a close with ‘s Perfectly Misunderstood. While I’m sad to see the series end, this book was a perfect conclusion. Featuring two characters who cannot stand each other, Perfectly Misunderstood reminds me a little of a contemporary Pride and Prejudice. Sassy, fun, and oh so sweet, I guarantee you will fall in love with Jayden and Mike’s story. At the beginning of this book, Jayden is struggling. She’s your typical straight-A student who is failing (well if you call C a failing) Spanish. She’s driven and determined, and knows her father will kill her if she doesn’t get that… Read more »

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Blog Tour: Seducing Kaden by Siobhan Davis

Blog Tour: Seducing Kaden by Siobhan Davis

May 3, 2018 Reviews 0

Seducing Kaden, an all-new taboo romance from USA Today bestselling author is available NOW! Seducing Kaden is the latest installment of by . I have to start by saying I was excited and hesitant to read this book. Why? Kaden has been a mystery the entire series. From shady dealings in a back alley to fighting with Keven, Kaden has intrigued me. Then I got a taste of the blurb and found out that his romance was not only forbidden but taboo to the extreme….a married professor?! Really, Kaden could do better in my mind. Now those were my thoughts going… Read more »

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Review: Legacy of Light by M. Lynn & Michelle Bryan

Review: Legacy of Light by M. Lynn & Michelle Bryan

May 2, 2018 Reviews 0

Legacy of Light by picks up right where the first one left off. *Please note that if you have NOT read Prophecy of Darkness there are spoilers from that book in this review. Read at your own risk.* Trystan and Rissa are mourning the loss of Davi in their own ways, but they must go on. They have a mission: to return magic to Dreach-Sciene. But it isn’t simple and their journey has only just begun. Prophecy of Darkness ended with some major cliffhangers: Davi’s death and true identity, the execution of the king, and the questionable nature of the Tri-Gard. I honestly was nervous opening… Read more »

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Blog Tour: From the Earth to the Shadows by Amanda Hocking

Blog Tour: From the Earth to the Shadows by Amanda Hocking

April 23, 2018 Reviews 2

Some reviews are really hard to write. This is one of them. While I enjoyed aspects of From the Earth to the Shadows, others I didn’t, making this just an okay read for me. I was on the fence about reading this one simply because of my feelings about the first book Between the Blade and the Heart. But after how it ended, I wanted to continue the series and find out what would happen to Malin, Asher, and their friends. From the Earth to the Shadows picks up three days after the end of the first book. I liked this because it meant… Read more »

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Review: Perfectly Summer by Robin Daniels

Review: Perfectly Summer by Robin Daniels

April 9, 2018 Reviews 1

LOVED this book!!! Perfectly Summer by is the third installment in , and this time focuses on Levi London and his crush on his best friend Summer. I’m a sucker for best friend romances anyways so it wasn’t a stretch for me to fall in love with Levi and Summer. Fraught with drama, Perfectly Summer is a sweet read that will leave you smiling long after you finish it. The book begins with Levi excitedly getting off the school bus on the last day of school only to find both his parents at home. His mother is upset, locked in the bathroom. His father… Read more »

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Review: Ilyan by Rebecca Ethington

Review: Ilyan by Rebecca Ethington

April 5, 2018 Reviews 2

Perfect companion to ! Ilyan by is the conclusion fans of the series have been waiting for. Not only that it sets up the new spinoff series, making me even more excited than I already was. At the end of Crown of Cinders, readers are left wondering what happened during the years Ilyan was missing. Where was he? What happened to him? What was going on that Jocelyn couldn’t find him? This book answers those questions. Ilyan is not the same person I knew and loved from the original series. He is lost, almost like a young child, and frustrated that his memory is… Read more »

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March #2018HW Review: Dorothy Must Die by Danielle Paige

March #2018HW Review: Dorothy Must Die by Danielle Paige

April 2, 2018 Reviews 1

Dorothy Must Die by is one of my all-time favorite retellings of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. It isn’t quite a retelling, but more a continuation of Baum’s classic. Amy Gumm lives in a modern-day Kansas before a tornado sweeps her away to Oz. Her whole life Amy has read the story and wished for an escape like Dorothy’s. Now that she has it though, she realizes Oz isn’t what the books told her it was. The reason why is Dorothy. I really liked Amy. She is a girl who has had her fair share of troubles in life. Her father left her… Read more »

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Review: The Secret Heir by Siobhan Davis

Review: The Secret Heir by Siobhan Davis

March 29, 2018 Reviews 0

Another whirlwind read from ! The Secret Heir is the second book in her series and picks up a few weeks after the end of The Lost Savior. If you haven’t read that book yet, read ahead with caution as there may be spoilers from the first book in this review (though I’ll try my best to not have any). Book one ended on a pretty awful cliffhanger, not as bad as some of Davis’s previous books but still bad. I was left reeling and SO happy there was only a couple of months wait between the two. I don’t think I would’ve been… Read more »

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Audio Review: Level Me Up by Lauren Helms

Audio Review: Level Me Up by Lauren Helms

March 27, 2018 Reviews 2

Can the gamer win the girl in LEVEL ME UP by Lauren Helms? Dex Roberts falls hard and fast for Morgan Lawson, but the last thing Morgan is looking for while attending Comic-Con, is love. Fans of R.S. Grey and Gaming the System series by Brenna Aubrey will love this nerdy and flirty story about what happens when a sweet and sexy pro gamer meets the girl-next-door.  Now available on audiobook! ComicCon, gamers, and nerdy all caught my attention when I first heard about ‘s debut novel Level Me Up. I was a gamer growing up, and it is my dream… Read more »

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Review: Pestilence by Laura Thalassa

Review: Pestilence by Laura Thalassa

March 26, 2018 Reviews 1

Who knew pestilence could be so hot?! When I started reading Pestilence by , I’ll be honest that I was skeptical of whether I’d love this angelic-being who spent his time spreading disease to the four-corners of the world. However I have always had faith in as she has not once let me down. Andre, Pluto, Caden, Montes, Desmond, even Jame…each of these have won a place in my heart at one time or another, and now Pestilence joins their ranks. This story is dark, frightening, and at times heartbreaking. Told exclusively from Sara’s point of view, the story of Pestilence unfolds, and… Read more »

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