Category: Book Review

DOLL PARTS: Tales of Twisted Love by Azzurra Nox

December 7, 2015 | Filed Under: Book Review
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DOLL PARTS: Tales of Twisted Love by Azzurra Nox

I was very intrigued by the idea that surround this book – Twisted and morbid tales about seemingly normal people who begin to discover their own dark possibilities. And I have to say that the author certainly delivered! These stories are in fact dark, twisted, and morbid. But they are also a lot of fun if you enjoy these types of stories. So I have […]

Soulless by T.M. Frazier

December 7, 2015 | Filed Under: Book Review
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Soulless by T.M. Frazier

O.M.G – we have another FRAZIER hit on our hands with this on. It’s hard to say which characters I like better: King and Doe or Bear and Thia. Both couples are AMAZING. Maybe I love each other them equally but in different ways? I don’t know but this book was fantastic. It was everything I needed and more. And the end… WOW. I got […]

Lawless by T.M. Frazier

December 7, 2015 | Filed Under: Book Review
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Lawless by T.M. Frazier

“When you’re at war with the devil sometimes you gotta dial up a demon” I thought I loved King… But when I read Bear’s story, I fell more in love with him than I could ever have imagined. EEEEPPPP! How is it possible that the author, T.M. Frazier can write a book that seeps into my soul like this one (I felt the same way […]

Tattooed Scars by Alicia Rae

December 3, 2015 | Filed Under: Book Review
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Tattooed Scars by Alicia Rae

EEEEKKK. What a PERFECT follow-up to Tattooed Emotions. I totally got a book-hangover from this one. I cannot wait to continue the journey with Raelyn and Damien in March of 2016 for Forever Tattooed. In the second installment of the Tattooed Billionaire series, readers will see that the love that blossomed between Damien and Raelyn has grown so much deeper. We get more of a […]

Christmas Eve at Friday Harbor by Lisa Kleypas

December 3, 2015 | Filed Under: Book Review
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Christmas Eve at Friday Harbor by Lisa Kleypas

Mini Review: Christmas with Holly is a sweet and refreshing holiday novella. Kleypas shows her readers that love can blossom in the most unexpected and magical ways even when we have lost faith. I was utterly charmed by this book from page 1 all the way until the end and I look forward to reading more books by Kleypas in the future. ** Don’t forget, […]

Tattooed Emotions by Alicia Rae

December 2, 2015 | Filed Under: Book Review
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Tattooed Emotions by Alicia Rae

Woah. Talk about your gut wrenching, anxiety inducing read… This book is FABULOUS; even though I found myself teary eyed in the beginning and towards the end. Yikes! Alicia Rae really knows how to tug at her readers emotions. I felt all sorts of things while reading this book, pure devastation, happiness, excitement, and all sorts of swoony. It is passionate, sweet, beautiful, and spicy! […]

Confessions of a Paris Party Girl by Vicki Lesage

December 1, 2015 | Filed Under: Book Review
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Confessions of a Paris Party Girl by Vicki Lesage

If you’re looking for a good laugh AND finding a book that is stylized as chick lit than this is your book! When I started blogging I signed up for a book tour for Christmas Cocktails and Confessions knowing nothing about this author. But once I read that book I became instantly HOOKED! This book (and the others) are told as memoirs and they follow […]

Raw by Belle Aurora

November 30, 2015 | Filed Under: Book Review
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Raw by Belle Aurora

WOW. If you are not a Belle Aurora fan yet I promise that you will be after this book. It is fantastically written and leaves you clinging to the pages until the end. I fell hopelessly in love with Twitch even though he is a bit sadistic and frightening and I loved the smart mouth and sweet heart of Lexi. Woahhh. I feel like I […]

After She’s Gone by Lisa Jackson

November 28, 2015 | Filed Under: Book Review
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After She’s Gone by Lisa Jackson

Mini Review I am a huge fan of Lisa Jackson so when I was approved for this novel via netgalley I was very excited. Overall, this is a decent read but definitely not Jackson’s best. I had a hard time sympathizing with the characters; mainly Cassie- the lead, because she wasn’t very likeable. On the other hand, the plot was fast-faced, interesting, thrilling, and suspenseful- […]

The Quickie by James Patterson

November 24, 2015 | Filed Under: Book Review
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The Quickie by James Patterson

My first thought after reading this book was “how have I never read a novel by James Patterson before?” WOW. This book was so good. It is suspenseful and thrilling from the very first page to the last. I had a very hard time putting it down and plan to read many more books by James Patterson in the future.  The story is about a […]

Stutter by A Zavarelli

November 17, 2015 | Filed Under: Book Review
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Stutter by A Zavarelli

EEEEKKKK! This book was AMAZING. Fans of dark romance and all-consuming love do NOT want to miss out on this book (or the series for that matter). This is the second book of the Bleeding Hearts series and starts right where the first book Echo leaves off. For me, this book totally messed with my emotions. I wanted to cry, I wanted to laugh, and I certainly […]

Misery by Stephen King

November 16, 2015 | Filed Under: Book Review
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Misery by Stephen King

While this is not my favorite Stephen King novel, I did find it utterly terrifying. Can you imagine your life falling into the wrong persons hand like Paul’s did? Ugh, it gives me the absolute CREEPS. I guess this story really teaches us a lesson… Don’t act like a fool by drinking and driving. You don’t know who might be on the other side of […]

Sage’s Eyes by V.C. Andrews

November 12, 2015 | Filed Under: Book Review
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Sage’s Eyes by V.C. Andrews

Sage isn’t the normal teenage girl that she wished she could be. She seeing things from the past, she see’s other people’s future, and she acts like a person from another century. Her adoptive parents don’t appreciate Sage’s gifts and instead of accepting her for who she they keep her from living a normal teenage life. Sage also has a hard time fitting in with […]