Category: Reviews

Blog Tour: Damnable Grace by Tillie Cole

Posted 19th April 2017 by Natasha
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Blog Tour: Damnable Grace by Tillie Cole

Gaaah. This is too much. Tillie Cole has done it once again. She has taken the dark world of the Hades Hangmen and turned it into something astounding. Damnable Grace is the fifth book in the Hades Hangmen series and is the utterly beautiful story of AK and Phebe. This book will break your heart. It will tear you down into pieces as you wait for Tillie Cole to piece you back together. Damnable Grace tells the story of Xavier ‘AK’ Deyes. His story is one of huge pain and loss. The story begins telling us of how bright his life was to be […]

Series Review: Kiss and Make up by Sara Ney

Series Review: Kiss and Make up by Sara Ney

Weston McGarth is a ice hockey Player and the most popular guy in the school. Molly Wakefield is a studious student who isn’t really into the whole party and boy’s scene. Weston and Molly share a moment in the school library and after which he shows up at the same restaurant as her, they get talking and soon are friends and more. The problem is Weston has strict parents really, just his father who doesn’t him to be distracted by girls and anything that isn’t hockey related so Weston is reluctant to put a label on their relationship. I really liked them together, Weston […]

Review: Saving Mercy by Abbie Roads

Review: Saving Mercy by Abbie Roads

Rating~ 4.25 stars This was my first time reading Abbie Roads and I honestly can’t wait to read more from her. I don’t want to give away anything because trust me it’s better to go in blind then knowing all the spoilers, it made the book so much better for me! Cain Killion is the son of a convicted serial killer, he has spent his life either suffering at the hands of his father or suffering to save others. Mercy Ledger‘s life has only gotten bad to worse in recent years, now someone’s out trying to kill her again. Cain and Mercy have a […]

Review: Devil In Spring by Lisa Kleypas

Posted 13th April 2017 by Izy
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Review: Devil In Spring by Lisa Kleypas

HUGE five stars!! So Devil in Winter has been an all time fav historicals of my mine (and why the paperback i have looks really ugly now). So the moment this book landed on my kindle I was all over it…and didn’t even move the 4-5 hours it took me to read it Lady Pandora Ravenal, my sweet kind and very much ADHD suffering heroine. She’s was such a mixture of compassion, love, a penchant for trouble and intelligent that you couldn’t help fall in love with her. Lord Gabriel St. Vincent, the heir to the dukedom and a very responsible and conservative man. He […]

Review: Razr by Larissa Ione

Review: Razr by Larissa Ione

It was so great being back to the Demonica world and getting to see so many familiar faces. Razr is an angel. After being subjected to the binding of his wings and the placement of an Azdai glyph (which basically means he has to be tortured whenever it lights up), followed by banishment to the human realm due to his team losing the most important and powerful gems would really like to return to heaven after years of searching and suffering. Jedda is an gem elf and she needs these gems to survive. Eons ago she and her siblings found extremely powerful gems that […]

Review: Razer’s Ride by Jamie Begley

Posted 11th April 2017 by Natasha
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Review: Razer’s Ride by Jamie Begley

It’s funny when you go back to the start. You don’t realize how much you missed. Well, how much you forgot. Jamie Begley has once again consumed my world. Her Last Riders are a force to be reckoned with. Razer’s Ride is book about love, loyalty and … open-mindedness. If you haven’t already figured out from the title, Razer’s Ride tells the story about Razer. Razer is a player. He is all about the woman. Making them happy. Making them make him happy: P He lives his life free and open. Until he meets the beautiful and timid Beth Cornett. He is quite the […]

Review: 72 Hours by Bella Jewel

Posted 9th April 2017 by Natasha
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Review: 72 Hours by Bella Jewel

Oh my freaking god. This book is amazing. The story of 72 Hours is chilling. Each page is gripping and the plot will take you on such a unique ride. I hope you will be just as stunned as I was. Bella Jewel, in all honesty, came out with a romantic suspense novel that has never been seen. It’s refreshing. It’s new. It’s mind blowing. I have read many Bella Jewel novels and I must say, this is one of the best I have read from her. 72 Hours tells the twisted story of two ex-lovers Lara and Noah, who are put together into […]

Review: Inflict by Bethany-Kris

Posted 8th April 2017 by Natasha
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Review: Inflict by Bethany-Kris

A Love worth living for!! Inflict is my first mob read for a couple of years. So, it was an interesting one to read. This book has some fantastic twists. One that are very dark and surprising.  If you are into the dark stuff, the gory and the twisted, this is a book for you to try. So Inflict is about Connor O’Neil who is the son of the twisted mob leader in New Jersey. Connor’s father is so horrible and so twisted, throughout the years Connor has learnt to be just as cold hearted as him. However inside Connor is a very safe […]

Review and Giveaway: Finding our Forever by Brenda Novak

Review and Giveaway: Finding our Forever by Brenda Novak

Cora Kelly is a art teacher, she was adopted by the Kellys as a new born and while she loves her family she always wanted to know more about her birth parents especially her mother which leads to accepting her a job in a school run by her birth mother Aiyanna, in New Horizons Boys Ranch. Cora being unsure of what kind of reception she would get from her mother decides to get to know her mother but keeps her identity as a secret. Elijah Turner was adopted by Aiyanna along with several other boys and  is the manger of the ranch. His upbringing before he […]

Review: The Hard Truth about Sunshine by Sawyer Bennett

Posted 28th March 2017 by Natasha
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Review: The Hard Truth about Sunshine by Sawyer Bennett

 “This. This right here. It’s the hard truth.” This book is beyond beautiful. It’s heart wrenching, blunt and unique. There is something about people with scars both mental and physical finding comfort and love on their journey that will twist you in special ways. This book is exactly that. There are so many parts in this story where you stomach will turn. Where you’ll feel good knots and bad ones. Where you may even face your own issues. So to be able to understand this book, our main character is Christopher Barlow. He has gone through a lot for a couple of years. He […]