Posts Tagged: over-18

Weekend Reads #102 – The Lie by C.L. Taylor

Weekend Reads #102 – The Lie by C.L. Taylor

November 4, 2017 Reviews 0

Happy Saturday y’all! I’m a week late with this post but I wanted to be sure to share my review of the book y’all voted for in October. The Lie by is an intense read, full of surprises and twists I didn’t see coming. Be prepared to not want to sit this book down. This psychological thriller was the perfect read for Halloween. The Lie by has been on my TBR shelf for over a year. I was given an ARC copy before the book came out and unfortunately it got lost in the pile. However when I found it I knew I wanted… Read more »

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Review: Saving Brad by Siobhan Davis

Review: Saving Brad by Siobhan Davis

October 20, 2017 Reviews 0

Oh my heart!!!! Saving Brad by is the fifth installment in her which follows one family and their relationships. Seriously these books are so addicting! I may not usually read or enjoy contemporary but has written such a compelling, dramatic series full of angst that I just cannot sit down. As the title suggests, Brad, the other side of the Faye/Ky triangle, is the main focus. I’ll be honest, I really liked Brad at the beginning of the series and may have shipped him with Faye more than once. I felt like his character was so tragic. He lost everything: his best friend, his… Read more »

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Weekend Reads #100 – The Emperor of Evening Stars by Laura Thalassa

Weekend Reads #100 – The Emperor of Evening Stars by Laura Thalassa

October 14, 2017 Reviews 2

Happy Saturday y’all! I’m so excited to share ‘s newest book, a companion novella to series told exclusively from Desmond’s POV. If like me you have been dying to get your hands on Dark Harmony which doesn’t come out for a while yet, The Emperor of Evening Stars will tide you over and give some insight behind the mysterious King of Night. Oh Desmond *swoon* The Emperor of Evening Stars by is everything I wanted and didn’t know I needed from series. Told exclusively from the King of Night’s perspective, this novella is a glimpse into the life of Des, before and after Callie entered… Read more »

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Review: Torment by Scarlett Dawn

Review: Torment by Scarlett Dawn

October 9, 2017 Reviews 0

Torment by is the third novel in the and my favorite couple featured so far. Megan Marshall is first introduced in Poppy’s story. She’s on the run from her father and his criminal activity. She spent her life under his thumb and would rather die than go back to him. After being dragged into something she doesn’t understand (you know the zombie things the Master is controlling), she hopes to never see Poppy and her friends again…and then they show up at the dive bar she works in. Megan is probably my favorite character in the series. She’s blunt and to the… Read more »

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Release Blitz: The Corner of Forever and Always by Lia Riley

Release Blitz: The Corner of Forever and Always by Lia Riley

September 26, 2017 Reviews 2

Review The Corner of Forever and Always by is the second book in the that follows two sisters and their journey to find themselves and love. I enjoyed this book! I’m a sucker for a small town romance and this is definitely that. Tuesday Knight is a girl from a small town who tried (and failed) to make it big in the city. Now she finds herself a little lost. Everything she dreamed of as a child is so far out of her reach now. She wanted to be a Broadway star, but her naivety and longing for love cost her… Read more »

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Audio Review: The Last One by Alexandra Oliva

Audio Review: The Last One by Alexandra Oliva

September 7, 2017 Reviews 3

I struggled to finish The Last One by . I wanted to like it. I really did. The premise sounded so promising. Reality TV mixed with true life apocalypse? What’s real vs what’s done for TV? I was all in. But the book is nothing like I thought it would be. First off the blurb is a bit misleading. “Widespread destruction” needs to be replaced with “World-wide pandemic.” In the opening chapters we learn that Zoo is awakening after being really sick. She’s disoriented and trying to figure out how much time has passed and how to get to her next challenge…. Read more »

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Review: The Irish Getaway by Siobhan Davis

Review: The Irish Getaway by Siobhan Davis

August 31, 2017 Reviews 0

I’m not really sure how I feel about The Irish Getaway by . I was kind of excited to read it even though I’ve made no secret about my dislike for the two main characters. I thought a story set in the author’s country would be cool, but really there isn’t much about Ireland in this short story. It’s more about the party scene which seems shadier and more dangerous than the American party scene (still trying to figure that one out). Anyways….The Irish Getaway is more of a bridge, setting up the standalone novels for the rest of the Kennedy Boys, rather… Read more »

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Review: Fallen Heir by Erin Watt

Review: Fallen Heir by Erin Watt

August 25, 2017 Reviews 1

Oh Easton ? Fallen Heir by is the fourth book in and tells Easton’s story. This story is NOT for the faint of heart. It’s a heart-breaking, gut-wrenching, can’t-sit-it-down kind of read. I didn’t realize before I started the story that Easton would/could break my heart, but oh boy! He does. Easton is my favorite Royal boy. He stole my heart with his naivety and boyish antics. He’s a contradiction on so many levels. To Ella and the readers of the original trilogy, Easton has a big heart that’s been crushed beyond repair. I’m here to tell you that this is true,… Read more »

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Review: It Happened on Love Street by Lia Riley

Review: It Happened on Love Street by Lia Riley

August 17, 2017 Reviews 0

It Happened on Love Street by is the first in her new contemporary romance series . I personally was excited to pick up the book. I love small town contemporaries! When done right, they make for a fun read with quirky, secondary characters and rich town history (even if fictional). doesn’t disappoint in this aspect. The small town feel of is what makes the book such a fun read. And then of course Rhett 😉 Pepper Knight is chasing her dream, pursuing a legal career and the only job available to her is in a small town down south…a big adjustment… Read more »

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Review: Christmas in July by Debbie Mason

Review: Christmas in July by Debbie Mason

August 10, 2017 Reviews 0

Recently I needed a break from my normal reads and decided to return to . Christmas in July by is the second book in the series and tells the story of Grace and Jack Flaherty. I kind of did this series backwards by starting the series in book 5 and now I’m going backwards. I’ll be honest I’ve been wanting to read their story since I read Jill’s story in Happy Ever After in Christmas. I love this couple and now I have even more reason to love them. Told in dual POV, my heart broke time and again for this couple who… Read more »

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