Genre: Romance

Review: All Over You (Unforgettable You #1.5) – Beverley Kendall

Review: All Over You (Unforgettable You #1.5) – Beverley Kendall

*I received a free ARC of All Over You from Season Publishing LLC via Netgally in exchange of an honest review* All Over You is a novella in the Unforgettable You series. And since I’ve enjoyed quite a few new adult reads lately, I was excited to read this, especially because I love this author’s historical romance novels. As with Only For You, though, I was disappointed when reading. I had trouble connecting with Becca and Scott, and even if I already ‘knew’ Becca’s friends from before, I really didn’t feel like I knew enough about either of them to actually care. Becca is angry at Scott for how he handled something when they were dating, and this is the […]

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Blogtour: Giveaway + Review One Wicked Night – Emily Quinn

Blogtour: Giveaway + Review One Wicked Night – Emily Quinn

*I received a free ARC of One Wicked Night from Entranced Publishing in exchange of an honest review* In June, I participated in the Cover Reveal of One Wicked Night, and both I and some of you thought the cover was very sexy, tempting and that the blurb showed us a glimpse of characters we wanted to know more about. I signed up for this blogtour very quickly, because I really wanted to read Angel’s and Fernando’s story. One Wicked Night is a novella in which the main characters have quite a dilemma, Angel and Fernando have been lusting after each other for a long time, but they aren’t supposed to have any kind of relationship, because Fernando is Angel’s […]

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Review: Ticket Home (Strangers on a Train) – Serena Bell

Review: Ticket Home (Strangers on a Train) – Serena Bell

Ticket Home is the fifth book in the Strangers on a Train series. Of course, these books do not have to be read in any particular order, but Ticket Home is the last one I read. Unfortunately, it is also my least favorite in the series. The playfulness and the amazing sexual tension I felt in the other stories was not as present here. I think one of the reasons why is that Amy and Jeff aren’t exactly strangers – and so the whole strangers on a train thing cannot really apply to them. And instead of sexy romance, there is a lot of anger between them, because even if Amy is still attracted to him, she is not over […]

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Review: Crossing the Line (Pushing the Limits #1.5) – Katie McGarry

Review: Crossing the Line (Pushing the Limits #1.5) – Katie McGarry

Crossing the Line is a short story about Lila – Echo’s best friend form Pushing the Limits and Lincoln, whose brother, Josh was killed at the same time as Echo’s brother Aeries in Afghanistan. Lila and Lincoln met during Aeries’ funeral two years ago, and they have been writing letters back and forth since then. Getting closer to each other, and sharing secrets they have told nobody else. They have big plans for the future, but Lila is so angry with Lincoln because of a lie – and now, she thinks that everything he ever told her in his letter might be a lie. Lincoln knows he’s screwed up, and he wants to fix it. In order to repair his […]

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Review: Influential Magic (Crescent City Fae) – Deanna Chase

Review: Influential Magic (Crescent City Fae) – Deanna Chase

*I received a free ARC of Influential Magic from Bayou Moon Press via Netgalley in exchange of an honest review* Influential Magic is a very refreshing paranormal urban fantasy story! There are both fairies and vampires, but they are not exactly the same as they are in other stories. Willow has some strange powers, she can transform the essence of plants, which is one of the reasons her bakery is so successful. She also can tell if a vampire is near, and more importantly, when a vampire is near, it sucks out her energy. That is one part of her power she is trying to keep secret – just as she tried to keep one of her new cakes a […]

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Review: Home to Whiskey Creek (Whiskey Creek #4) – Brenda Novak

Review: Home to Whiskey Creek (Whiskey Creek #4) – Brenda Novak

*I received a free ARC of Home to Whiskey Creek from Harelquin MIRA via Netgalley in exchange of an honest review* Home to Whiskey Creek deals with a heavier subject matter than the prior books in the series, and they weren’t all light and fluffy either! Adelaide can’t forget the graduation party that destroyed her faith in guys, and changed her life forever. Even by staying away from Whiskey Creek for thirteen years, she is weary being back – with good reason. Noah is out mountain biking when he hears a shout for help from the old mine. If there’s one place he wants to stay far away from, it’s the mine, where his brother died thirteen years ago in […]

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Review: Losing Hope (Hopeless #2) – Colleen Hoover

Review: Losing Hope (Hopeless #2) – Colleen Hoover

*I received a free ARC of Losing Hope from Atria Books via Netgalley in exchange of an honest review* Holder has been losing hope ever since that fatal day when he watched his little neighbor walk towards a car and leave with a stranger. After a news cast dubbed him ‘the boy who lost Hope’ his family stopped watching the news all together. Colleen Hoover has another masterpiece with Losing Hope. All the while showing the readers Holder’s inner thoughts and sharing some of the same moments that we know from Hopeless, there are things happening both before and after the narrative of Hopeless, and there are things Holder did that Sky never knew about, so there was a lot […]

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Review: One Tiny Lie (Ten Tiny Breaths #2) – K. A. Tucker

Review: One Tiny Lie (Ten Tiny Breaths #2) – K. A. Tucker

*I received a free ARC of One Tiny Lie from Atria Books via Netgalley in exchange of an honest review* One Tiny Lie starts with Kayce and Oliva sitting on the deck, discussing mundane things, until Kaye asks Olivia if she’d be willing to talk to Dr. Stayner on the phone. Kayce is telling Olivia how worried she is about her – and Olivia can’t understand why anyone at all would be worried about her! She’s a straight A student, never drinks, doesn’t swear, stays clear of boys and helps little children. Her dream ever since she was nine years old is to go to Princeton, get into pre-med and become a pediatric oncologist. There is nothing at all wrong […]

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Review: Heart of Obsidian (Psy-Changeling #12) – Nalini Singh

Review: Heart of Obsidian (Psy-Changeling #12) – Nalini Singh

Heart of Obsidian may just be my favorite book in the Psy-Changeling series. I loved learning more about Kaleb, and Sahara was totally awesome as well. The overall plot of the series moved along very nicely as well, and we even found out who the Ghost is! The intricate relationships between some of the psy and the changeling packs, as well as the war with pure-psy continued, and there were quite a few things that caught me completely off guard. Heart of Obsidian starts really strong! With Kaleb kidnapping a woman out of a high security place, and for once, he actually brings someone to his home outside of Moscow. It is unclear at first why he takes the woman, […]

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Review: Ten Tiny Breaths (Ten Tiny Breaths #1) – K. A. Tucker

Review: Ten Tiny Breaths (Ten Tiny Breaths #1) – K. A. Tucker

Yeah, even the readers need to think about breathing while reading Ten Tiny Breaths, that’s for sure. Between forgetting to breathe in places because I just wanted Kacey to be OK, and not being able to breathe because I was ugly-crying so hard it was impossible I figure the title is one of the more apt titles I’ve seen in a long time! Ten Tiny Breaths start with Kayce and Olivia fleeing their aunt and uncle’s house with only one suitcase each, after their uncle had come into Olivia’s room during the night, acting inappropriately. Kacye swore she would take care of her sister, making sure she could finish high-school and live her dream by going to Princeton just like […]

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