I hadn’t thought about picking up Bared to You before because I felt it was just riding on the shirttails of the Fifty Shades success, what with the covers taking on the same kind of trend, and since I wasn’t interested in reading Fifty Shades I didn’t give this book a second thought. The reason […]
This cover is not the most attractive to my eye (edit: updated cover to new paperback edition, which is MUCH better), but the synopsis won me over. It sounds like nothing that is out there right now and it sounds like a lot of fun. Bring on the 70s!!
This list always has more series than new or standalone books, but I tried my best to mix it up. :) Here we go! 1. Vortex (Tempest #2) by Julie Cross (1/15/2013) – I was a huuuge Tempest fan, but I did read it a year and a half ago, so I’m REALLY excited to […]
I cannot begin to tell you how THOROUGHLY I enjoyed Catching Jordan. I could not put it down. It was as if the show Friday Night Lights and all of Sarah Dessen’s books had a baby. Yup, that good. What I absolutely admire most about this book is how authentic these character’s felt. The second […]
WOW! Stealing Parker was really, really great! I don’t even know where to begin. I guess lets start with Parker. Parker is a girl whose world was completely turned upside down when her mother decided to reveal that she’s gay. Parker is so lost that I just wanted to jump into the pages, take her […]
I was both nervous and really interested to read Who I Kissed just after reading what this book was about. A girl kisses a boy to make the one she likes jealous and he dies because of what you had as a snack? I wasn’t sure if I wanted to jump into what appeared to […]
At first, I was all “ooooh, I like that coverrrrr!!” Then I read the synopsis and was all “Whoa…that sounds SO GOOD!! WANT!!” And that is why it’s my pick this week. The end. :)
Can you say Hardest Topic Ever?! Well it is. But I narrowed it down. For you. :P Here we go… My Numero Uno 1. Outlander (Outlander #1) by Diana Gabaldon – I know! You’re SO surprised. It’s one of my all-time favorites. And it’s lengthy! And SO MUCH happens! My Contemporaries …they will prevent me […]
I have been somewhat intrigued by Rio, though I can’t say his was the book I was dying to read. I think part of it is that he isn’t a Kelly. When the main character is a Kelly, you get a lot more of the whole family dynamics, and that’s what I was essentially missing […]
I’ve been a fan of Nalini Singh’s Guild Hunter series since it first came out, and so I’ve always wanted to try Psy-Changeling. The only problem is that there’s like a billion out in this series already! So the challenge of starting at the beginning was a bit overwhelming at first. I figured the easiest […]
This book sounds completely unique and original to me! I haven’t read anything remotely like it. And the setting is one of my favorites too. Can’t wait!!
I picked this topic because I get asked for audiobook recommendations from time to time. The reason the topic is narrator specific, and not audiobook specific, is because there are certain narrators who’ve read several books I loved. This list only includes narrators I’ve listened to (obviously), so if you have favorites that you want […]
I’m happy to be today’s stop for Tammara Webber’s EASY Blog Tour!! Please check out my review and Tammara’s favorite scenes from the book below! Then enter the giveaway for a chance to win a copy! You want it, trust me. :) Also, be sure to check out the full tour schedule over at Tammara […]
This review is both easy and difficult to write. Easy because I get to tell you how much I loved every word, every punctuation. Difficult because the right words–the proper words–don’t seem to come to me. Where to even begin?! I guess let’s start with the fact that this was one dark book. There was […]
I’m such a huge fan of this series, and I in no way expect more books to ever come. I was completely happy with where they left off! But, THIS! This just FREAKING ROCKS! I was reading my email in bed this morning, as I do every morning to wake myself up, when I […]