• My Review: Egomaniac by Vi Keeland

    “I couldn’t explain why I felt the things I did for Drew any more than I could explain the taste of water. Yet somehow, he had become a necessity for me, and I was in no way ready to take on a drought.”

    The night I met Drew Jagger, he’d just broken into my new Park Avenue office.
    I dialed 9-1-1 before proceeding to attack him with my fancy new Krav Maga skills.
    He quickly restrained me, then chuckled, finding my attempted assault amusing.

  • My Review: The Neighborhood by Stylo Fanome

    "Love is rarely fair. It's messy and it's difficult and it's painful and it's a whole heap of hard work."

    one of them wants forgiveness, and the other wants forever. And Katya? She just wants to forget.

    Who knew neighbors could be so difficult?

  • My Review: It’s You (Book 2) by Katy Regnery

    "If I am your soul, then you are my heart. You are the strength of my life beating in my chest..."

    To some, they’re just words signifying a fairytale ending.
    For me, Jack Beauloup, they represent an unyielding desire:
    Forever with Darcy Turner, the unexpected love of my life.
    A love that has placed her human life in danger.

  • My Review: The Rule Maker by Jennifer Blackwood

    "Yes, Ryder. You totally have me with your hands that were forged from Thor's hammer with unicorn tears."

    Ten Steps to Surviving a New Job:
    1. Don’t sleep with the client. It’ll get you fired. (Sounds easy enough.)
    2. Don’t blink when new client turns out to be former one-night stand.
    3. Don’t call same client a jerk for never texting you back.

  • My Review: Corded by Alyssa Rose Ivy

    "I would never be finished with her because I knew behind those haunted eyes there was something worth knowing, something worth keeping."

    In a world where women are commodities, the only thing more rare than finding true love is a happy ending.

  • My Review: Ever Over After by J. A. DeRouen

    Love changes over time. The edges may fill, the butterflies hibernate...but some things, the best things, sharpen and flourish as years pass. Ever is the best thing.

    Yes, love like ours either burns white hot or crumbles under the pressure.
    And now I’m back to sift through the rubble.

  • My Review: Lucian Divine by Renee Carlino

    “Watch for me. I’ll be barreling toward you, arms wide open, and then we’ll crash into each other with the force of two spent lives yearning to be one.”

    “My guardian angel is a drunk.”
    Evelyn Casey’s life is at a standstill. She’s in her mid-twenties, struggling with the dating scene in San Francisco. Nothing seems to be working out, and she’s starting to think that she’ll live out her days in her crummy apartment with her overbearing roommate, Brooklyn. It’s absurd, but sometimes Evey longs for a guardian angel to show up and save the day.

  • My Review: Schooled by a Senior by K. Webster

    Aut Banks is brilliant bad boy with a chip on his shoulder.

    Mrs. Macmillan is a substitute teacher way in over her head.

    When they’re forced to work together, the sexual tension is off the charts.

  • My Review: Blackwood by Celia Aaron

    I found myself more worried over the fact that every harsh word he uttered seemed to speak to a secret part of myself. One that wanted to revel in his darkness and sample every bitter promise in his words.

    I dig. It’s what I do. I’ll literally use a shovel to answer a question. Some answers, though, have been buried too deep for too long. But I’ll find those, too. And I know where to dig—the Blackwood Estate on the edge of the Mississippi Delta. Garrett Blackwood is the only thing standing between me and the truth.

  • My Review: Vicious by L. J. Shen

    "I want the real thing. Not the watered-down version. And the real thing is not only beautiful. It is also ugly. I want your truth."

    They say love and hate are the same feelings experienced under different circumstances, and it’s true.
    The man who comes to me in my dreams also haunts me in my nightmares.

  • My Review: It’s You by Katy Regnery (writing as K. P. Kelley)

    "You belong to me. And I belong to you."

    the most beautiful boy in the world kissed me.

    I’ve never been able to forget.
    Perhaps it was his jet-black hair,
    or the changing copper-color of his eyes,
    the intense way he looked at me…
    or the fact that he awakened my passion for the first time,
    at once otherworldly yet heartbreakingly real.

  • My Review: Farewell, My Loves by Jen Tirone

    "If I wanted the shade in a treeless, sunny field, Giorgio would probably lasso the sun just for me. And because he was always anticipating the next step ahead, he’d already have the moon in his hand waiting to shine it on me too, should I care for it."


    There was no way to distinguish one from the other in my life.
    Nothing in this world could destroy a bond as fierce as ours.

    Or so I believed…

    Because life interfered.

  • My Review: Whispers and the Roars by K. Webster

    "At one time, someone was able to pull me from my sad world, show me that shards of light could shine through, and let me feel true love."

    When my eyes are closed, the monster can’t ever see me.
    When I sing a song in my head, the monster can’t ever hear me.
    When I pretend my bedroom is a playground where I play hide and seek, the monster can’t ever find me.

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