Tag: New Adult

Review: Burn by Erin McCarthy

Posted March 23rd, 2017 in book review / 10 comments

Review: Burn by Erin McCarthy

At A Glance Just barely tolerable. The Good I gotta admit, Isabel randomly ending up naked at Ryan’s, her stepbrother (they barely even know each other so it’s not icky or anything), apartment was interesting at first. I mean, it’s fun, flirty, and scandalous! Isabel was a lot more fun as Julia, […]

Review: Black Hearts by Karina Halle

Posted March 12th, 2017 in book review / 12 comments

Review: Black Hearts by Karina Halle

At A Glance I was expecting more, but it was still a good read. The Good I would highly recommend reading the Artists Trilogy and Dark Angels Trilogy before starting the Sins Duet. However, you could technically read Black Hearts by itself but you wouldn’t get the full effect. Though […]

Review: Capture by Penny Reid

Posted March 2nd, 2017 in book review / 10 comments

Review: Capture by Penny Reid

At A Glance Not the strongest ending to the series but Capture was still good. The Good It’s been months since Kaitlyn’s mother and Martin’s father pushed these two apart. Kaitlyn was pretty devastated and her description of the 5 stages of grief was pure awesomeness! I loved that Kaitlyn actually comes out better on the […]

Review: Heat by Penny Reid

Posted February 27th, 2017 in book review / 10 comments

Review: Heat by Penny Reid

At A Glance I am so in love with these characters. The Good So we pick up right after the cliffhanger of Attraction. Martin and Kaitlyn are going through some ups and downs. Parties with grabby girls, bad fathers and their evil intentions, and political mothers with sucky proposals. I am still in nerdy-love with […]

Review: Attraction by Penny Reid

Posted February 20th, 2017 in book review / 15 comments

Review: Attraction by Penny Reid

At A Glance A light, fun, drama-filled read. The Good So much love, and feels, and giggles! I am really smitten with Attraction. I love nerdy romances. Sure, it’s cliché, but I thought this story was different enough to stand out. The characters were so endearing. Well, Kaitlyn was especially endearing. […]

Review: Ash by Jaymine Ever & Leia Stone

Posted January 16th, 2017 in book review / 19 comments

Review: Ash by Jaymine Ever & Leia Stone

At A Glance Liked the concept but it took forever to get anywhere. The Good I like the whole ‘the only female vamp hybrid’ concept. Who doesn’t want to be the special snowflake amongst beautiful half-vampire meat? Charlie was a cool chick for the most part. She didn’t fall for […]

Review: The Mistake by Elle Kennedy

Posted August 1st, 2016 in book review / 18 comments

Review: The Mistake by Elle Kennedy

At A Glance Funny and drama-filled. The Good I have not read the first book of the series yet but The Mistake was on sale so I couldn’t resist grabbing it first. Though I’ve heard the first book is better, I didn’t feel like I was missing out on anything. Grace […]

Review: Beautiful Entourage by E.L. Todd

Posted July 14th, 2016 in book review / 10 comments

Review: Beautiful Entourage by E.L. Todd

At A Glance A very cute book with an unrealistic ending. The Good I love escort type books. These male escorts don’t sleep with clients, they accompany them to events or pretend to be boyfriends and so on. I find that stuff fascinating. That’s why I had to read Beautiful Entourage. […]

Review: Imperfect Chemistry by Mary Frame

Posted July 11th, 2016 in book review / 20 comments

Review: Imperfect Chemistry by Mary Frame

At A Glance I just love books like this! The Good I love characters without emotions. Don’t know why. I just find the concept interesting. Lucy is a 20 year old genius scientist who might lose her grant money if she can’t figure out how to study emotions, or more specifically, […]

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