Review: Chasing River – K.A. Tucker

Review: Chasing River – K.A. Tucker

Chasing River took me on a beautiful and dangerous trip to Ireland, with good-girl Amber and bad-boy River, filled my heart with adventure, romance and love. My Chasing River review: I loved everything about Chasing River so much! It was about time Amber got her own story, and to see it unfold mostly in Dublin, Ireland was a real treat. I sadly haven’t been to Ireland yet, but it is definitely on my list of places to visit. While her time in Ireland definitely didn’t end up being at all […]

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Review: Second Chance Summer – Jill Shalvis

Review: Second Chance Summer – Jill Shalvis

Second Chance Summer is yet another winner from Shalvis! Amazing characters, a great story, and red-hot romance filled with both hope and a little dose of fear. My Second Chance Summer review: Everything that happened in Second Chance Summer appealed to me! I loved the characters, Lily and Aidan are both strong, stubborn people, and the characters surrounding them were well done and complex as well. The story itself was really good, Lily finally got back home to Cedar Ridge ten years after more or less fleeing and leaving everything […]

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The Sunday Post #37

The Sunday Post #37

The Sunday Post #37 – Weekly Wrap-up Welcome to my Sunday Post. Thank you to Kimba over at The Caffeinated Reviewer, who is hosting this weekly event. It is the perfect opportunity to share what happened here on my own blog, as well as some of the happenings elsewhere in the Blogosphere. We are half-way through the year this week, and that’s really weird to me, I feel like we just celebrated the start of 2015, and here we are, summer, vacation time, no school… We are leaving for Spain early […]

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Review: Hollywood on Tap – Avery Flynn

Review: Hollywood on Tap – Avery Flynn

Hollywood on Tap has the small-town feel down pat, and more about the brewery plus a very steamy romance between to characters who shouldn’t really be involved like that… Hollywood on Tap review – Book-chat with Brandee – Buddy-read Brandee: Omigoodness – I don’t know where to start! I loved Natalie and Sean’s story. I felt like I really knew them better and could empathize with them both. I can’t put my finger on the ‘why’ though. What do you think the difference is between their story and Miranda and Logan’s? […]

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Stacking the Shelves #89 BB&B #39

Stacking the Shelves #89 BB&B #39

Stacking the Shelves #89 – BB&B #39 Stacking The Shelves, hosted by Tynga’s Reviews is all about the latest additions to your library – virtual or actual, with books that are  bought, borrowed, won or ARCs  you will be reading soon. BB&B is a homage to to Barron’s Books and Baubles from Karen Marie Moning’s amazing Fever series, and is hosted by Braine over at Talk Supe. I got some pretty amazing books this week, and I’ve already read one of them, Wasted Lust links to my review, in which […]

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Review: Original Sin – Lisa Desrochers

Review: Original Sin – Lisa Desrochers

While the writing was good in Original Sin, the story didn’t always make a lot of sense, and especially Luc should have been able to understand many things long before he did – which was when it was actually too late. My Original Sin review: The storyline in  Original Sin spanned over several months, and at the same time, nothing much really happened. Frannie and Luc were making out, with Matt either invisible or not – watching them most of the time. Gabe left Matt in charge as Frannie’s guardian […]

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Up Close and (un)Conventional #16 – Epilogue or Not?

Up Close and (un)Conventional #16 – Epilogue or Not?

Up Close and (un)Conventional #16 Welcome my Up Close and (un)Conventional, this is where I discuss both things that have to do with reading and blogging, and things that just have to do with life in general. This week, I’m wondering a bit about epilogues. I personally, feel like epilogues can be pretty good, but more often than not, I actually think a story can do even better without one. Epilogues are often set after the end of a story, as a way to bring it, the characters, and even […]

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Review: A Buckhorn Summer – Lori Foster

Review: A Buckhorn Summer – Lori Foster

Sweet, hot, enticing, funny… A Buckhorn Summer is all that and more! On top of that – this little book actually has two stories inside! The second story is Back to Buckhorn, which I really enjoyed as well. My A Buckhorn Summer review: A one-night-stand that shows up in her home-town throws Lisa for a loop! But Gray is on that very same loop, wondering how fate has brought them back together again. Needing a summer away, Lisa goes home to re-evaluate her life, her job, her choices. And ever […]

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Thirsty Thursday and Hungry Hearts #21 – Bad Ex Karma

Thirsty Thursday and Hungry Hearts #21 – Bad Ex Karma

Thirsty Thursday and Hungry Hearts #21 Welcome to Thirsty Thursday and Hungry Hearts, an original weekly meme hosted here at (un)Conventional Bookviews. So many of the books I read have food or drinks in them, some I’d love to try, and others I’d never ever want to taste… and I thought it could be interesting and fun to share some food and / or drink quotes…  If you want to participate, you can grab my logo if you’d like, or you can make your own, but please link back to […]

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Review: Wasted Lust – J.A. Huss

Review: Wasted Lust – J.A. Huss

*I received a free ARC of Wasted Lust from the author in exchange of an honest and unbiased review* Wasted Lust is such a complex story about redemption, finding oneself, the meaning of life, love, loyalty, friendship and closure. My feels were all over the place! My Wasted Lust review: What can I say, apart from Huss definitely did it again! She got me engrossed in Sasha’s story from the first sentence, and I was practically on the edge of my seat for the duration of Wasted Lust. Complex characters, […]

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