Category: Indie

{review} Inarticulate by Eden Summers

{review} Inarticulate by Eden Summers

The synopsis caught my attention right away (right after the beautiful cover, of course), because I’m always a sucker for a brooding and mysterious man. One that is confident with a subtle vulnerability. Oh, and totally hot doesn’t hurt either. So this review is a mixed bag for me. I liked the premise of the story, and I even liked the big “secret”, but the way it played out really didn’t work for me. hmph. […]

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{top shelf review} Left Drowning (Left Drowning #1) by Jessica Park

{top shelf review} Left Drowning (Left Drowning #1..

Oh my heart…I loved this story. I had all of the feels. Left Drowning is exactly the book I am always craving. Emotional, scarred pasts, brooding, romance, sexy times! and of course the best part, the healing. Ms. Park’s writing was effortless and I was able to slide right into this world and become part of their lives for a while and it was glorious. Both Christopher and Blythe (gah, I love her name) had […]

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{review} Finding Home by Lauren Baker and Bonnie Dee

{review} Finding Home by Lauren Baker and Bonnie D..

I’ve been drawn to this book for a while, but it was pulled at one point, but re-released recently. As soon as I saw it on Amazon I snatched it up and starting reading right away. However, a week later I finished it and I’m not sure how I want to rate it. Parts of it were good, and other parts…not so much. I will probably go with a 2.5-3 rating. I went into this […]

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{top shelf review} Unloved by Katy Regnery

{top shelf review} Unloved by Katy Regnery

This story. This absolutely beautiful love story. It spoke to me and touched me. The writing was beautiful, almost magical in the way the words wrapped around each other on the page to draw me in. I loved both Cassidy and Brynn. I loved them as individuals, and I’m pretty sure angels sang when they shared their feelings. I felt, yes, I’m telling you, my heart felt both the anguish and pain, as well as the […]

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{review} Corrupt (Devil’s Night #1) by Penelope Douglas

{review} Corrupt (Devil’s Night #1) by Penel..

What an edgy, sexy, gritty and enthralling read. By 1/4 of the way through I was fascinated by the dynamics of Rika and Michael. This book was exactly the vibe I was looking for. There was an obvious push and pull with hero and heroine, there was a bit of mystery, there was danger, there was really heavy sexual tension. It had all the elements for me. When we first met Michael and Rika they knew […]

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{ARC Review} Shadow Faerie (Creepy Hollow #8) by Rachel Morgan

{ARC Review} Shadow Faerie (Creepy Hollow #8) by R..

  This is the 8th book in the Creepy Hollow series, yet Ms. Morgan still makes this world and it’s characters feel fresh.  She can still surprise me and she manages to keep me glued to every page.  This is no small feat…keeping readers enchanted for this long takes great writing, creative plots, and characters who capture your heart.  Rachel Morgan manages all of this and then some.  I, for one, am already mourning this […]

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{review} Vivid by Jessica Wilde

{review} Vivid by Jessica Wilde

I absolutely love stories where the hero is ex-military man. A man that has been wounded in all the ways you can think, a man who is damaged, but then meets that one special person, and slowly, very slowly he begins to heal. I will never tire of this; I think my heart loves the journey of mending. I love to see these heroes and heroines come out of their tragedies even stronger, and especially […]

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{top shelf review} Loving the White Liar by Kate Stewart

{top shelf review} Loving the White Liar by Kate S..

The feels, that is what made this book AMAZING. I had all of them. I loved this story so very much! The conflict in Loving the White Liar was quite good, something a little different which was so refreshing. I think, for me, what I loved about this was how it made me feel. The connection between Jayden and Hillary was so intense, and that intensity was felt on so many different levels. Obviously it […]

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{top shelf review} Where I End by Michelle Dare

{top shelf review} Where I End by Michelle Dare

Gripping. I absolutely LOVED Cy and Evie’s story. It caught me from the first page and I couldn’t put it down until I read the very last page. Ms. Dare’s words drew me in as they beautifully wove such a deep story. It was a story that broke my heart, but it also healed my heart, however, not perfectly. I think that’s what I loved about it. This story was real – just because Cy and Evie […]

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{review} My Roommate’s Girl by Julianna Keyes

{review} My Roommate’s Girl by Julianna Keye..

What a refreshing New Adult romance! I loved the storyline and the conflict it presented. Before you worry, this had no cheating! I know some of you can’t tolerate it, so no need to stress. Aidan didn’t allow for that…but he certainly wasn’t an angel by any stretch of the imagination and that’s what I loved about him. The story started out totally from the male point of view of Aidan. He was rough around the edges […]

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