• 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.

  • Chapter Reveal: 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.

  • My Review: Black by K. L. Grayson


    "Never look back, but never forget. Always forgive, and never regret."

    Family.
    Everyone has one.
    Some are close.
    Some are dysfunctional.
    Some are simply gone.

  • Cover Reveal: The Unrequited by Saffron A. Kent

    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.

  • Cover Reveal: Absolution by Missy Johnson

    Declan James was the perfect guy.
    He was sweet. Charming. Caring. Until he wasn’t.

    Fourteen years ago, his actions tore apart my family. He ruined my sister’s life and nothing was ever the same again. But now, a decade later, he’s back.

  • My Review: Behind the Wall by Jane Harvey-Berrick

    "I was falling for Prisoner 97813. It was reckless and stupid, maybe even dangerous. And I couldn’t stop myself."

    Prison.
    The place where dreams fade and hope dies.
    That’s what it’s meant for the five years that Garrett has been behind bars. But now hope is on the horizon and he’s daring to dream again: small dreams, small hopes.

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