Genre: New Adult

Review: Four Letter Word by J. Daniels

Review: Four Letter Word by J. Daniels

5 wild stars! Four Letter Word by J. Daniels is book #1 in the Dirty Deeds series. This book put me through the emotional wringer. It made me smile, laugh, and cry. It ripped my heart out, then put it back feeling better than it did before. I love this book so much. Sydney is […]

Posted October 5, 2016
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Review: Shielding Lily by Alexa Riley

Review: Shielding Lily by Alexa Riley

Alexa Riley’s books are pure escapism for me. They’re not realistic, there’s not much character development, and in most of their books, there’s not even much plot. But I enjoy them anyway. Shielding Lily is probably one of my favorite of Riley’s books that I’ve read so far. On the sweet to smutty spectrum, this […]

Posted September 18, 2016
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Review: If You Run by Sibyl Eisley

Review: If You Run by Sibyl Eisley

If You Run is book #1 is Sibyl Eisley’s Bright Park new adult series. While it started out promising, ultimately the characters fell flat for me. As I read the book, I was struck by the feeling that the story felt more like a YA/teen novel rather than NA. Fifer is trying to find her […]

Posted August 1, 2016
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Review: One to Hold by Tia Louise

Review: One to Hold by Tia Louise

The feels! This book gave me so many of them. Melissa is on vacation at a spa in Arizona with her friend. Several hints are dropped about an incident that Melissa is trying to forget and recover from. The trip is intended to help her regroup mentally as well as physically. At the bar one […]

Posted May 28, 2016
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Review: MacKenzie Fire by Elle Casey

Review: MacKenzie Fire by Elle Casey

After reading and loving Shine Not Burn, I was excited to read its follow-up, MacKenzie Fire. For me, something was missing from the romance in this book that caused me not to respond to it the same way. I still enjoyed the book, just not as much as the first one. Candice is the best […]

Posted May 19, 2016
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Review: Shine Not Burn by Elle Casey

Review: Shine Not Burn by Elle Casey

I loved this book so, so much and I think I might have swooned from it. The love story is seriously sexy and sweet at the same time. I loved the main characters and cheered for them throughout the whole book. Lawyer Andrea “Andie” Marks has just been dumped via text message. So when she takes […]

Posted May 15, 2016
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Review: Pucked by Helena Hunting

Review: Pucked by Helena Hunting

I had heard so many good things about this book and I really expected that I would like it, too. However, the writing combined with some plot and characterization issues prevented me from enjoying Pucked. Violet works in accounting for her step-dad, who’s a sports scout. Violet’s step-brother, Buck, is an NHL player. Violet and […]

Posted May 12, 2016
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Review: Midnight Lily by Mia Sheridan

Review: Midnight Lily by Mia Sheridan

Well, I guess it was bound to happen eventually. I finally read a Mia Sheridan book that I didn’t like. I’ve read so many of her books and adored most of them, but I don’t recommend this one. (A note about the audio version: I can’t see myself ever rereading this, so I’ve returned it […]

Posted April 25, 2016
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Review: Stuck-Up Suit by Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward

Review: Stuck-Up Suit by Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward

This would have been a 4- or 5-star review if the story had ended halfway through. But then the plot took a huge twist, so it’s a 3-star review from me. Graham is an arrogant jerk. He’s also a successful businessman. When he takes the subway one morning, he accidentally leaves behind his phone, which is […]

Posted April 24, 2016
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Review: Everything I Left Unsaid by M. O’Keefe

Review: Everything I Left Unsaid by M. O’Keefe

Everything I Left Unsaid is an intense and emotionally raw book. This story sucked me in and wouldn’t let go. Fair warning: this book contains a cliffhanger ending. Thankfully, the next book (The Truth About Him) releases next month, so that’s not too long to wait. I’ve read Molly O’Keefe’s contemporary romances before and enjoyed […]

Posted April 24, 2016
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