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Book Reviews

Looking to start a new story to read? These reviews are here to help you make your next book choice, or to help you know where and what to spend your money on! I am always fully honest when I write reviews, so I promise you can trust my words. 

When it comes to writing reviews, I do my best not to focus solely on my opinion of the genre/trope that I am reading/reviewing. I make sure to take into account the technical area's as well. Not everyone enjoys the same tropes and genre's, so, I try to make sure that I address and let reader's know if there are any significant issues with grammar, spelling, issues with the plot, setting, and an author's ability to "show" and not "tell".

I hope my reviews can be of help to readers who are looking for a new story, but also want to make sure they know what they are getting themselves into!

Enjoy the reviews!

Happy Reading!


Book Reviews

The Risk by Callie Rose


" Callie Rose is absolutely in the top 5 of my favorite author's to read, and she never ever disappoints.
I have been following Harlow and her boys from the very beginning, and have gotten to watch their growth individually as characters, and as a whole, in a relationship. I have to say, the love in this harem has so far been one of my absolutely favorite ever read. The sweetness has you swooning, and the steamy scenes are just as amazing. Their care for one another, and over all their love and protectiveness over Harlow is amazing to read. "

Underneath The Sycamore Tree by B. Celeste


 "You will finish this story with and added dose of empathy for others, and with the ability to remind yourself that it isn't okay to judge other's by their appearance. There are secrets hidden under those clothes, and there are secrets hiding in those minds. Just because someone looks "OK" doesn't mean that they are.

So, make sure you read this story of self discovery, true and unending love, growth, strength, laughter, and SO much more! B.Celeste may break your heart, but every single moment is 100% worth it! "

Scarred (Sailor's Grave 3) by Drew Elyse


" So, this is my very first book by Drew Elyse, and I have to say that I really enjoyed it.
I loved Gwen, she was strong, and always did her best to keep her head high, even during the most humiliating and hurtful situations.
Parker was amazing as well, &he was just SO perfect for Gwen. There couldn’t have been anyone that would’ve been a better fit as a couple, and Drew did a wonderful job convincing her readers of that fact. "

Broken Promises by Aimee Noalane


" Those final chapters in this book were so heart wrenching. It is rare that I feel so much emotion while reading. But, something about Micah & Aubrey, along with Aimee's excellent writing, I couldn't help the emotions that were gripping me. While writing this review, I am remembering everything about that cliffhanger ending, and it is reminding me just how badly I cannot wait for book 2. I seriously can't. I will be waiting as patiently as I can for the date of book 2.
&I think that as soon as I get a minute, I will explore the other titles that Aimee has out, because it seems like this author is going to be one of my new favorites! "

The Vow by J.L. Beck & C. Hallman


" With each new book in this series, I find myself loving J.L. Beck &C.Hallman's writing more and more. The Vow was a great read. I finished reading it within one day, because I had such a hard time putting it down. It demonstrated the reality behind grief, survivor's guilt, and just how hard it can be for someone to feel okay with finding love, after their significant other passes away.
It also showed that it is OK to move forward in life. That just because you love someone new does not mean that you love the person you lost any less. "

Fragile Scars by Lilian Harris


" But, nothing is as it seems, and when someone is that obsessed and sick in the head, they won't stop. Damian and Lilah are in the fight for their lives, and their love...and I spent the entire story rooting for these two amazing characters that Lilian brought to life. "

Break You by M.V. Ellis


" Break You was my very first read by M.V. Ellis, and I actually ended up really enjoying it!
This story is a dark bully romance(non-rh), and also has a romantic suspense feel to it as well.
Break You is a story of revenge, and how love got in the way. "

Can't Block My Love by Xavier Neal


" Can't Block My Love popped up on my kindle with the most perfect timing. I had been reading one dark romance after the next. &While I love dark romance, every once in a while you need to switch it up, and this book was the absolute perfect switch up that I could've chosen!
Ren & Hootie's love story is the little bit of light that I needed, along with it's laughter inducing romance, Hootie's hilarious little quirks, & the perfect amount of steam, Can't Block My Love is now one of my favorite recent reads! "

Heartless Hero by Mary Catherine Gebhard


" Mary Catherine Gebhard completely hit it out of the park with this story.
This book is a bully romance lover's dream story. It has everything that you adore in a great dark bully romance, and Theo Hound may now be joining one of the top 5 anti-hero's that you just hate to love, and just love way too much to fully hate. "

A Hurt So Sweet (Vol. 2) by Betti Rosewood


" Are you into dark, dark, bully romance? With boys who have never taken “No” for an answer? &A storyline that will have you questioning everything? Then I definitely recommend picking up A Hurt So Sweet Vol. 1&2 ASAP! "

Wild Girl (Slateview High 2) by Eva Ashwood


" Eva Ashwood absolutely brought it with the continuation of her Slateview High series!
This story has twists and turns that you were never expecting, making the story that much more exciting and addicting! "

Venom (Sinister Fairy tales 1) by Dee Garcia


 "I loved Venom. I loved Tinksley &Hook's story. I have to say, it was nothing like I had expected it would be, and I think that ended up making it so much better!
&That is the fun thing when it comes to romance, and author's putting their own spin on our favorite fairy tales that we had known as children. "