• My Review: The Elder by Celia Aaron

    “You can’t just walk into my life and fit, just like I couldn’t do that to yours. We are pieces to entirely different puzzles.”

    A shocking murder.
    A suspicious son.
    A dedicated detective.

  • My Review: Born, Darkly by Trisha Wolfe

    “Not all demons are born to the dark. And not all angels seek the light. Sometimes our circumstance demands a fusion of both. There is no good and evil. Only the time spent between both heaven and hell, where we find our peace. And love. Even the vilest of monsters deserve to be loved.

    Duet: a performance by two.

    But who is acting, and who is devolving?

  • My Review: Live Me by Celeste Grande

    “You make me want to battle the world just to keep you safe. You do things to me I can’t even understand myself half the time. You’re everything to me...

    Broken…
    Shattered…

    Evangelina Ricci is trapped in a world that’s a never-ending nightmare, a constant ache in which consumes her every breath. Unable to bear the torture any longer, she does the one thing she can to take back control.

  • My Review: Marx Girl by T. L. Swan

    “The attraction between us wasn’t supposed to happen, but forbidden had never felt so good.”

    She’s telling me no but her body’s telling me yes.
    I need her beneath me.
    I’m having her tonight.

  • My Review: Suddenly Forbidden by Ella Fields

    “We more than meant a lot to each other. We were the breeze that ruffled the dandelions. The sun that scorched our skin red until we searched for reprieve under our favorite willow tree. And underneath the stretch of dark skies, we were each other’s stars.”

    I thought he’d always be mine,
    even when I was forced to say goodbye.

    We were never meant to let go,
    but it happened anyway.

  • Ryan’s Bed by Tijan

    “Remember me, and cherish me. That’s the last step...”

    I crawled into Ryan Jensen’s bed that first night by accident.

    I barely knew him. I thought it was his sister’s bed–her room. It took seconds to realize my error, and I should’ve left…

    I didn’t.

  • My Review: Thrive by Aly Martinez

    “It’s crazy how one person out of the billions on this planet can change the entire trajectory of your life. But that was exactly what had happened.”

    Technically, you aren’t supposed to fall in love with your best friend’s girl.

    But if we’re talking technicalities, he wasn’t supposed to be cheating on her every other weekend, either.

  • My Review: Dirt by Cassia Leo

    “...there are so many ways to love someone. I just wish I knew how to love you in a way that would bring you back to me. If you figure that out, you know where I’ll be, waiting and wishing to say yes… again.”

    Jack and I had everything. Then, in one brutal instant, the universe tilted on its side, discarding us into black nothingness.

  • My Review: My Torin by K. Webster

    “I don’t know how to love.”
    “Love isn’t something you can control. It controls you. Fills you up and infects every part of you until all you can do is just live and breathe it every second of every day.”
    “Sounds like a disease.”
    “Love is a cure.

    I’m a freak, a misfit, an odd end.
    Abandoned and unloved.
    But my happiness is so close I can taste it.

    Until he shows up.

  • 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.

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