• My Review: One is a Promise by Pam Godwin

    "He gives me more than a smile. The look that follows marks the before and after in my life. The air ceases to exist, and the only thing between us is the anticipation of what is coming. In that flicker of time, with something as inconceivable as a look, he claims me, owns me, and ruins me for all others. It’s a look so defining it puts quotation marks around mine, his, us, and forever."

    One promise.
    One forever.

    One look and I knew Cole was mine. My dark rebel in leather. My powerhouse of passion, devastating smiles, and impulsiveness.
    When his job sends him overseas, he promises to return to me.
    A promise that’s destroyed in the most irrevocable way.

  • My Review: Notice by K. Webster

    "I’m going to imbed myself so far under your skin, you’d die if you ever tried to cut me out."

    I didn’t notice her before…but now I do.
    The shiny strands of gold in her silky brown hair.
    Tiny crinkles between her eyebrows when she frowns.
    Her passion for neatness.

    Once I focus on her, I can’t take my eyes from my newest obsession. Ever.

  • My Review: The History in Us by L. B. Dunbar

    "She wanted a hero and I promised myself I’d be one for her. I’d make her proud and return to her, hoping she remembered me. I’d be the hero a girl like her deserved."

    Are you a hero yet?
    Her words rang in my head.
    I wanted to be.
    For you, I want to be, I told her in my dream, the dream where she kissed me again.
    A hero-worthy kiss.

  • My Review: A Girl Like Me by Ginger Scott

    “I’ll be the reason you wake up smiling. That’s hero enough for me.”

    I’m not supposed to be here.

    Death has come for me more than once, and each time it’s been a boy who’s
    stood between me and my final breath.

  • 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.

  • My Review: Ruckus by L. J. Shen

    "I live for you. I breathe for you. I will die for you. It. Has. Always. Been. You."

    They say that life is a beautiful lie and death a painful truth. They’re right.
    No one has ever made me feel more alive than the guy who serves as a constant reminder that my clock is ticking.
    He is my forbidden, shiny apple.
    The striking fallacy to my blunt, raw, truth.
    He is also my sister’s ex-boyfriend.

  • My Review: This is the End, Baby by K. Webster

    If there were any other way, I’d be arguing too. But there’s not. This is it. This is the end, baby.

    They say the king is the most powerful piece on the board.
    However, they haven’t met me.
    This queen knows all the rules. She plays the game better than him.
    In my game, the queen can knock the king right off the board.

    Game over.
    The END.

  • My Review: Grand Slam by Heidi McLaughlin

    I fear that I have unleashed a horny beast by the name of Saylor, and if I’m not careful, she’s going to slay me.

    Win the game. Lose your heart.
    Everyone knows who I am and that I could have any female fan I want. That’s supposed to be the “perk” of playing left field for the Boston Renegades. But I don’t want just any woman; I want her.

  • My Review: The Bad Guy by Celia Aaron

    "I'm drawn to your spark of darkness the same way you're drawn to the ocean of mine. We aren't magnets pulled together by a weak force; we create our own gravity for each other."

    My name is Sebastian Lindstrom, and I’m the villain of this story.
    I’ve decided to lay myself bare. To tell the truth for once in my hollow life, no matter how dark it gets. And I can assure you, it will get so dark that you’ll find yourself feeling around the blackened corners of my mind, seeking a door handle that isn’t there.

  • My Review: Hidden By Lies by Rachel Caid

    "We’re together. We’re in this deep, and I don’t want out. I want you by my side for every celebration, failure, and everything in between, just like I’ll be at yours.”

    Pearl Abbott
    I made a choice.
    A single lie that changed everything.
    In that moment, my life stopped spinning out of control. Not because I found my way, but because I hit rock bottom. Hard.
    Now, I have a second chance. An opportunity to turn my life around and become the woman I’ve been too afraid to embrace.

  • My Review: Dangerous Hearts by K. K. Allen

    "...while I came on this tour to run from one dangerous heart, I smacked right into another … or so I thought. Come to find out, the only dangerous heart around here belongs to me."

    His heart beats for the music. She’s his favorite song.

  • My Review: Burn Before Reading by Sara Wolf

    "He taught me it’s alright to burn. He taught me that fire doesn’t only destroy –it reveals the new, tiny sprouts lying in wait to grow; sprouts you would’ve ignored, sprouts that would’ve died otherwise."

    A girl meets a wolf.

    And a wolf meets his match.

    Beatrix Cruz – Bee for short – has exactly one goal; kick her dad’s severe depression in the ass.

  • My Review: Rogue by Brynley Blake

    "I want you to let go and let me take you to edge of the abyss, so close that you can glimpse the dark depths, while trusting me to never let you fall. I want you to have no limits with me.”

    Reeling from the death of her daring Navy SEAL brother, reserved McKenzie Prescott decides to honor him in the only way she can think of—by finishing his bucket list.

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