• My Review: Low Over High by J. A. DeRouen

    "I’ve never been able to think more than a day or two into the future. Until you. Now you’re all I see. And I don’t see that changing."

    Some may dismiss my talent as misplaced and misguided cynicism, but they’d be wrong. Cliches about hope and faith in mankind are concocted unicorn farts, an effort to keep the dreamers dreaming. Experiences don’t lie—people do.

  • My Review: Drifter by Janine Infante Bosco

    When you feel like there is nothing beautiful in this world, look around you. Find your beautiful.

    I’m a drifter.
    A man born to ride through this world alone.
    There used to be a time when I thought I was the rescuing type. I enlisted in the Marines and made it my duty—I was going to save lives.
    I was going to be a true American hero.
    But God had another plan.
    Or maybe Satan did.
    For everything I touch finds mortality.
    I’m no hero.

  • My Review: Blow by Heidi McLaughlin

    “Kiss me. Kiss me like you’re never going to see me again. Kiss me like I’m the last woman alive. Kiss me like I’m your salvation.”

    Bodhi McKnight has always had everything handed to him on a silver platter: fame, success, money, girls. The raven-haired, blue-eyed hottie is the son of Hollywood A-listers, and when he’s asked to join the boy band Virtuous Paradox, his star shoots even higher. But so do expectations, leading Bodhi down a destructive path of addiction—until a drop-dead gorgeous guardian angel shows him her sizzling brand of tough love.

  • My Review: Forget Me Always by Sara Wolf

    "I am human and I have done bad things, but the world shakes and I am human. I am not untouchable. I can be shaken. By Isis Blake."

    It’s been three years, twenty-five weeks, and five days since Isis Blake fell in love, and if she has it her way, it’ll stretch into infinity. Since then, she’s punched Jack Hunter―her nemesis-turned-maybe-something-more―in the face, survived a brutal attack by her mom’s abusive ex thanks to Jack’s heroics, and then promptly forgotten all about him.

  • My Review: Because Beards Anthology

    "Heads up, babe - The Beard is here."

    Hipster CEO, bartender, best friend, baseball player—just to name a few—these men all have one thing in common: they’re bearded for your pleasure and deliver one hell of a happy ever after.

  • My Review: Second Down by Kata Cuic

    "I'm not the same guy you can't remember, Evie. Not anymore. But, if you want, I'll try harder to be the kind of guy you don't want to forget."

    Some memories stand the test of time.
    Others, if we’re lucky, are forgotten forever.
    Then there are those that are etched into our hearts, branded on our souls, and carried within us until the day we die.

  • My Review: Between Hearts Anthology (Spaghetti and Roses)

    "It's just like football. You only get out of it what you put into it. You wanna reach the goal? Work harder."

    What happens when you bring twelve romance authors together? They get amazing lifelong friendships, and YOU get a collection of spectacular short stories ranging from sweet to naughty.

  • My Review: First and Goal by Kata Cuic

    Second chances like this only come around once in a lifetime, and I can't afford to blow it.

    Eva Papageorgiou has one goal: to make it through her senior year of high school unseen and unscathed. But when her strategy to stay out of the limelight is derailed by rampant rumors, she’s forced to change tactics.

  • My Review: Love Me Never by Sara Wolf

    "...hope is hard to hold without cutting yourself on it, so I try not to hold on too tight."

    Seventeen-year-old Isis Blake hasn’t fallen in love in three years, nine weeks, and five days, and after what happened last time, she intends to keep it that way. Since then she’s lost eighty-five pounds, gotten four streaks of purple in her hair, and moved to Buttcrack-of-Nowhere, Ohio, to help her mom escape a bad relationship.

  • My Review: Falling to Pieces by Leddy Harper

    "I'd rather endure this pain with the memory of you, than to feel nothing at all."

    Home is a dark place of anguish and pain for seventeen-year-old Bree Jacobs, forced to endure emotional and physical torment daily at the hands of a violently unstable mother. Bree’s only escape is high school, particularly her history class taught by young, handsome, kind and caring Axel Taylor.

  • My Review: This Isn’t You, Baby by K. Webster

    "One day, you'll find yourself all twisted up over love. It'll make your heart hurt and your mind messy."

    I was a pawn.
    Weak and someone easily manipulated.
    To be played with as he saw fit.
    Until YOU.

    YOU shone light in my now dark world.
    It was YOU who made me smile.
    For the first time in this game, I had hope.
    All because of YOU.

  • My Review: Hades by Elda Lore

    "Let me love you. Let me learn what that means."

    Two worlds divided struggle to find friendship in a history of family discord beyond their control. When attraction blurs the line, questions result in choices of love or loyalty.

  • My Review: A Place in the Sun by R. S. Grey

    When her mother’s incessant matchmaking hits an all-time high, Georgie Archibald does what any sensible woman would do: she flees the country.

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