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Review: Perfectly Oblivious by Robin Daniels

Review: Perfectly Oblivious by Robin Daniels

July 13, 2017 Reviews 4

I first came across Perfectly Oblivious by on a Facebook fan page for Kelly Oram. At the time I didn’t realize they were sisters, but now it makes perfect sense. Friends if you love and are obsessed with Kelly as I am (she’s about the only YA contemporary I’ll read), then you are in for a treat. Perfectly Oblivious by is a sweet story about two best friends falling in love. Told in dual POV, the reader knows all creating some dang fine irony as we read the characters’ struggles. Bianca Barnes is who I wanted to be growing up. Petite, athletic, the girl… Read more »

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Review: The Hundredth Queen by Emily R. King

Review: The Hundredth Queen by Emily R. King

July 10, 2017 Reviews 0

So I wasn’t overly impressed with The Hundredth Queen by like I thought I’d be. I thought I’d be fangirling over this book, writing a really enthusiastic review. But instead I feel meh about it. The Hundredth Queen had a lot of potential. It’s a high fantasy with elements of romance and rebellion. Sounds promising right? But in reality it was like all the other YA fantasy books out there where an unskilled, untrained young girl becomes the unwilling face of the rebellion…oh and she falls in love with the first boy she sees (literally!). The orphaned Kalinda was raised by a Sisterhood (similar… Read more »

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Weekend Reads #93 – An ACOTAR binge and Fangirl review

Weekend Reads #93 – An ACOTAR binge and Fangirl review

July 8, 2017 Reviews 0

Happy Saturday y’all! I don’t know about you but my days have been all messed up this week with the holiday being on a Tuesday. All morning I’ve thought it was Friday ??‍♀️ But I digress. I’ve made no secret that this Spring was a massive reading slump for me. Towards the end of May I was getting desperate. NOTHING I read interested me and I do mean nothing. I DNFed several books though for once I do plan to go back and try them again as I don’t feel that my frame of mind gave them a good assessment. So… Read more »

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Blog Tour: The Savage Dawn by Melissa Grey

Blog Tour: The Savage Dawn by Melissa Grey

July 7, 2017 Reviews 0

I am SO excited to be participating in the release tour for The Savage Dawn by hosted by Rockstar Book Tours. The tour runs from July 3rd-14th with one stop each day (excluding weekends) featuring reviews, excerpts, or interviews. There is also a tour-wide giveaway where three winners will be picked to receive a hardcover copy of The Savage Dawn. Be sure to enter at the bottom of this post and visit the other stops to enter. As I sit down to write this review, my heart still hurts. I’m still living in the world created in . The Savage Dawn is hauntingly written and a… Read more »

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Review: The Shadow Hour by Melissa Grey

Review: The Shadow Hour by Melissa Grey

July 6, 2017 Reviews 0

The Shadow Hour by is the second book in the phenomenal urban fantasy series . I loved The Girl at Midnight! I loved the fantasy, I loved the world-building, and I loved Echo. The story is addictive and Echo is a heroine that is easy to fall in love with so I was anxious to start reading the second book. I needed to know what was going to happen to Echo, Caius and the rest of the gang. Please note that this is the second book in a series. There are minor spoilers to the previous book in this review. If you have not read… Read more »

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Blog Tour: Primrose Lane by Debbie Mason

Blog Tour: Primrose Lane by Debbie Mason

June 30, 2017 Reviews 0

Review Primrose Lane by is the third installment to the featuring the Gallagher brothers. This time it is Finn Gallagher, the brooding doctor recovering from his recent injuries in the Congo at the heart of Kitty and Colleen’s matchmaking. I have to say that I enjoyed this book! I planned to read just a few chapters and wound up reading the entire book in one sitting. This seems to happen to me every time I pick up one of ‘s books. The characters are well written, likable and relatable. Plus the dialogue and sweet romance is an easy read. Olivia Davenport… Read more »

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Blog Tour: The Ghost of You and Me by Kelly Oram

Blog Tour: The Ghost of You and Me by Kelly Oram

June 29, 2017 Reviews 1

I am stoked to be participating in the blog tour of The Ghost of You and Me. never disappoints! Be prepared to read with tissues in hand and a block of time to finish the book because you won’t want to sit it down. To see the full tour schedule, click here. Review I really should know better than to start one of ‘s books before bedtime. It’s inevitable that I will stay up and finish reading it. I have never NOT finished one of her books in one sitting. They are that good. The characters are relatable, their plight heart-wrenchingly (is that… Read more »

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Review: And I Darken by Kiersten White

Review: And I Darken by Kiersten White

June 26, 2017 Reviews 5

It’s no secret that I’m a sucker for historical fiction so I’m ashamed to admit that this book has set on my TBR shelf for more than a year. And I Darken by is the first in an alternate history series that imagines Vlad the Impaler as a woman. Honestly just typing that makes me giddy. I was so excited to start this book. It’s an interesting concept to take one of history’s most feared men and make him a woman. I was more than a little curious to see how the author would pull it off while also staying true… Read more »

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Review: Transcend by Scarlett Dawn

Review: Transcend by Scarlett Dawn

June 23, 2017 Reviews 0

This book has ALL THE FEELS!!! Transcend by built me up and then gutted me. Following Trigger, the second book in the series takes on a new couple while continuing the plot thread of the previous book. While I made no secret of my lack of interest in Trigger, I found myself engrossed in Transcend and fell in love with the characters and world Scarlett has created. Mina is perhaps my favorite character in the series so far. She is a scholar, still young enough to not face the decision of marriage or army, and she’s had a formal upbringing which the author conveys with her… Read more »

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Review: The Evaporation of Sofi Snow by Mary Weber

Review: The Evaporation of Sofi Snow by Mary Weber

June 22, 2017 Reviews 2

I feel as if I’ve been tricked….no that’s not right. Manipulated? No….Deceived? That’s not right either. I honestly am not sure if there is a word for how I feel about The Evaporation of Sofi Snow by . I was expecting dystopia mixed with a heavy dose of science fiction. I got that, but I also got a gaming type environment which I wasn’t expecting, like at all. The book begins right in the middle of the action and as the reader you are dropped in without any explanation as to what is happening. I was completely lost. I thought maybe… Read more »

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