Review, Romance, Young Adult

Worthy of Love? by J. Lea

This book is a mix of good and bad, depending on the audience. Looking back, if I had read this when I was fifteen I probably would have loved it. Now, I'm torn. It's marketed for adults and has a wee bit of adulthood to it, but mostly it reads like a young adult novel.… Continue reading Worthy of Love? by J. Lea

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Paranormal, Review, Suspense, Young Adult

Dead by Morning by Kayla Krantz

Luna is a high school student who doesn't fit in with her classmates. She has one friend, Violet, who has been her BFF since grade school. Then there is Chance, the most popular boy in school, who attracts girls like moths to a flame. His favorite activity is stalking Luna. While Luna cannot stand him,… Continue reading Dead by Morning by Kayla Krantz

Contemporary, Review, Romance, Suspense

Mistakes of My Past by Emily James

What does one do with the biggest mistakes ever? Run. From Britain all the way to Ohio. Amber's mistake is called Tommy or perhaps, Sneaky Tommy. She was fooled by him into thinking that he cared for her, but all she really received was abuse. Amber was pleased when Tommy exhibited so much warmth and… Continue reading Mistakes of My Past by Emily James

Review, Romance

Guessing at Normal by Gail Ward Olmsted

This is the story of Jill and James. Jill is a young woman working at the front desk of a hotel. James is a young man who is the lead singer for a band that includes his twin brother and several of their friends. Late one night, Jill meets James at the hotel, where he… Continue reading Guessing at Normal by Gail Ward Olmsted

Mystery, Review, Thriller

The Body Reader by Anne Frasier

Welcome to the life of Jude Fontaine, a terribly traumatized young woman, who is abducted, imprisoned in a basement, and tortured for three years by a malevolent man. This is an impressive chapter in the fact that the author focuses not on Jude's continuous rape, but on the fact that Jude in time comes to a place… Continue reading The Body Reader by Anne Frasier

Review, Romance

Crescent Hill by Jackie Wang

Sometimes life calls for a sweet, feel-good romance novel. Crescent Hill fits the bill perfectly. Overall, it's warm and entertaining. It has some wonderful characters and a decent dose of real-life emotions, like doubt and jealousy, without going to extremes. It begins with London's most sought after bachelor/serious businessman Roman Finnegan flying in to the States to… Continue reading Crescent Hill by Jackie Wang

Action, Fantasy, Review

Mark of Oldra by Georgina Makalani

This is a book that I really enjoyed, but I have to warn you, the first chapter is quite confusing and I almost put it aside, not wanting to have to delve into 'What could the author possibly mean?' kinds of thoughts. When I finished the book, I went back and reread the first chapter… Continue reading Mark of Oldra by Georgina Makalani