• 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: The Day She Cried by K. Webster

    “Eyes so dead. Hearts cold. Today is my prison. Tomorrow is my savior. “

    She was my first love.
    She was my first hate.
    The very sun in my world tried to burn me alive with her lies and cruelty.
    Until I dimmed her light for good…
    Or so I thought.

  • My Review: The Brother by K. Larsen

    “Every monster has a voice unique to them. Mine needs to be heard. Dark corners are alive and I’m going to lure her into the dark with me. My cold desire is to hear the thump thump thump of her heart. I crave it. I crave her. My need claws at me from inside, dying to get out.”

    Nora Robertson is struggling to find her place in society after being held captive for half a year. Her sense of normal is skewed at best, in love and life but, she is trying to recover with the help of her support system. She pines for a home and a love she can no longer have. A love she knows was wrong but still clings to and desires secretly.

  • 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: Girl Crush by Stephie Walls

    “Look, I just need you to show me the ropes. Give me some dating pointers. The how-to guide to wooing the hoo hoo.”

    I was done.
    Done with men.
    Women say it all the time; they get fed up, throw their hands in the air, and vow a life of celibacy—until the next chiseled chest comes into view and then they’re foaming at the mouth and wiping the drool from their chins. But this was different, I really meant it.

  • My Review: Born, Darkly by Trisha Wolfe

    "The completeness that we mean together is a satisfaction to the compulsions that has consumed me for months. Demanding to be obtained. She is my salvation. And I am her long-awaited consequence."

    He challenged her sanity.

    She shattered his reality.

    They dared each other…to the brink of madness.

  • My Review: Dear Bridget, I Want You by Penelope Ward and Vi Keeland

    "...here’s the thing…what they say about wanting what you can’t have is apparently true. For some bloody reason, I can’t stop thinking about you in very inappropriate ways."

    Dear Bridget,
    I’m writing this letter because it’s highly doubtful I’ll ever garner the courage to say this to your face.
    So, here goes.
    We’re totally wrong for each other. You’re the proper single mum with a good head on your shoulders. I’m just the carefree British doctor passing through town and temporarily living in your converted garage until I head back to England.

  • My Review: Redemption Island by L. B. Dunbar

    “'I think I want you to tame me,' he hummed. 'But you make me wild instead.'”

    The Island

    Welcome to the island.
    This is no fantasy.
    You’ll face fears.
    You’ll face travesty.
    You’ll face yourself.

  • My Review: Heathens by Amanda Richardson

    "Until now, I was scared to reveal the darkest parts of me to the lightest person I’d ever known. I was terrified he’d run away, cut me out of his life, and I’d lose the best thing that’s happened to me in a long time. Instead, he took hold of that darkness—the one that overtook me at times—and swallowed it. Swallowed it whole."

    Paris is home to runaways and lost souls, romantics and artists. A lover’s paradise. For Lilith Damewood, Paris is tainted, tarnished, corroded. Trying to claw her way out of her dark memories, she channels her vitriol into her photography

  • My Review: I’ll Make You Mine by Gia Riley

    "...our yesterdays are over. I need you in every tomorrow.”

    A girl who’s ready to love.
    A guy who only wants one girl.
    Sounds like a match made in heaven, right?
    Wrong.

  • My Review: Guarded by R. C. Martin

    "He’s unlike any man I’ve ever known. He’s unlike any man I will ever know. I’ll never forget him or the way he makes me feel. I yearn for him, and I don’t know how I’ll manage to say goodbye."

    raw. passionate. desperate. real. I take her there—every time.// he feels it, too—I know he does. we could have it all, if only he wasn’t so guarded.

  • My Review: Elliott Redeemed by Scarlett Cole

    “You have three seconds to push my hands out of the way, sweet Lee. You don’t, and I’m taking those lips of yours.”

    A single mom and tortured musician find common ground in Scarlett Cole’s Elliott Redeemed, the second standalone romance about the band Preload.

  • My Review: Muscle Memory by Stylo Fantome

    “We're two parts of a whole, always making up for the other one. We couldn't survive without each other.”

    Her lips, the way she feels, how she moves against me. Her voice when she laughs, her eyes when she cries. Her soul connected to mine, for better or for worse, for all eternity.

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