• My Review: Rewrite by Stephanie Rose

    “A boy meets a girl in kindergarten. She’s sweet and pretty and he wants to beat up anyone who makes her cry. And he does. She laughs and she gives him her lunch. They don’t know it yet, but they fall in love. For life.”

    Once upon a time, a girl loved a boy and he loved her back. They lived happily ever after.

    But our story was never that simple.

  • My Review: Touched by Mara White

    "...she knew first hand that when love was put into action, it was enough to save us all. Love wasn’t just a band-aid, it was the cure."

    -Does your sister let you touch her, Gemini?
    -Barely, but, yes, more than anyone else. I remember even in preschool when the teacher would grab her hand, she’d stare at the spot where their skin connected as if it were an affront to her existence. Just stand there and glare like she wanted to hurt someone.

  • My Review: Cyanide by Ella Fields

    "Out of all the harmful things I could have ever done to myself, falling in love has got to be the worst. But some lessons need to be learned the hard way."

    Heartless. Conceited. Shallow.
    Three simple words to describe me.

    I had everything a girl could ask for, yet nothing I truly needed.
    I’d made peace with who I was and the expectations set upon me long ago.
    Only to have that peace shattered when a nameless hero rode into my world.

  • Excerpt: Drunk Dial by Penelope Ward

    It seemed like a good idea at the time. Look up Landon Roderick, that boy from childhood whom I’d never been able to forget—even though he so easily forgot about me—and call him.

  • Excerpt Reveal: Toying With Her by Prescott Lane

    She is the one that got away.  We never got our chance.

    Now she’s back, and she thinks we can be friends?  I spent my entire childhood and teenage years being “friends” with her.

    She wants to be friends?  That’s fine.  I’ll be her friend.  But I’ll be damned if that’s all I am.

    No one said finding love was easy, but when you invented the world’s bestselling vibrator, it’s near impossible. Yep, that’s right. That little toy hidden in your bedside table is my brain child. It’s aptly named Woman on Top. And you know what they say . . . it’s lonely at the top.

  • My Review: I Don’t Regret You by Jodie Larson

    "You have this preconceived notion in your head of how things are supposed to be. Let it go. There’s no rulebook, no teacher grading you on how you’re living your life. The only person you answer to is you.”

    Regrets.
    We all have them.
    Like the Aqua Net hairstyles back in the 80’s, the 90’s grunge fad, or the person you lost your virginity to as a teen because you were “totally in love”.
    I have a few of my own…

  • Cover Reveal: Cyanide by Ella Fields

    Heartless. Conceited. Shallow.
    Three simple words to describe me.

    I had everything a girl could ask for, yet nothing I truly needed.
    I’d made peace with who I was and the expectations set upon me long ago.
    Only to have that peace shattered when a nameless hero rode into my world.

  • My Review: Falling Into the Black by Lauren Runow

    "Here we are at the starting line. It's not a race, but rather a marathon, and I'm going to love you till the very end. I promise you that."

    Ten years ago we said goodbye.

    I left the world I knew to create a new life for myself. Away from the lies. Away from the pain.

    It was all going as planned until a friend asked for help with her club. The business was liberating. The company was intoxicating.

  • My Review: Trust by Kylie Scott

    "It was us against the world, forever and ever."

    Being young is all about the experiences: the first time you skip school, the first time you fall in love…the first time someone holds a gun to your head.

  • My Review: The Unrequited by Saffron A. Kent

    "The Harlot fell in love with the Fire-breather. It was beautiful and right. It was wrong and ugly, just like the earth beneath my feet. It was tragic and ecstatic. It was everything I’d hoped love could be."

    Layla Robinson is not crazy. She is suffering from unrequited love. But it’s time to move on. No more stalking, no more obsessive calling.

    What she needs is a distraction. The blue-eyed guy she keeps seeing around campus could be a great one—only he is the new poetry professor—the married poetry professor.

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