Posts Categorized: Reviews

Aug 07 2017
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Review for The Art of Hiding by Amanda Prowse

Review for The Art of Hiding by Amanda Prowse

The Art of Hiding is my first from Prowse and it did not disappoint at all. It is full of emotions and brings a lot of questions to the surface that certainly make you think.

Nina has suffered a devastating loss, her husband dying. It was sudden and completely unexpected in Nina’s perfect world. With the loss comes more hard times than she thought. Her way of life and the husband she though she knew were all torn apart. There is no time for to worry about all the material things that she has now lost, her boys need her more than ever. Being penniless, homeless and questioning everything you thought you knew about the man you love isn’t the …

Aug 04 2017
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Review for Finding Claire Fletcher (Claire Fletcher #1) by Lisa Regan

Review for Finding Claire Fletcher (Claire Fletcher #1) by Lisa Regan

Finding CLaire Fletcher was published back in 2012 and had some changes done to it, and the copy that I read is the updated version. With that being said, I am a big fan of psychological thrillers/suspense as many of you have probably guessed. So, it was pretty much a no brainer that I would pick this one up. This is my first book from Lisa Regan and it most certainly will not be the last. I’m not going to restate the plot of the book, because the blurb tells you pretty much everything, and anything else I tel you will just give away too much of the rest of the story itself and I don’t want to ruin anything …

Aug 03 2017
15

Review for When Life Happened by Jewel E. Ann

Review for When Life Happened by Jewel E. Ann

This was a hard book for me to read. I went in blind, only reading the first couple of lines of the blurb on Amazon, and decided to try it. I wasn’t really prepared for what I got. I had a hard time getting past the cheating, it was a big issue with me, to the point I had to think about not finishing the book. In the end, I pushed through. I’m not going to go into a lot of detail of what all happened for that will give it all away.

This is filled with flawed characters, and they all have their own baggage, some more than others. But they pick themselves up and keep on moving, maybe …

Jul 31 2017
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Review for Drift by Amy Murray

Review for Drift by Amy Murray

It’s been a while since read a paranormal romance of any kind, so if course I couldn’t pass this one up and from the start this had my attention.

Abigail’s mother has had shizophrenia for as long as she can remember, so after her mothers death her fears come to the surface of if she will turn out to be like her mother. Especially when memories start to come of a man she doesn’t know, places she’s never been and she remembers things she shouldn’t. That is, till she meets him one night and all the memories draw her to him even more. There was a whole lot more to all of this though and there is another person that …

Jul 28 2017
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Review for By Your Side by Kasie West

Review for By Your Side by Kasie West

It has been quite a while since I read a book from Kasie West, but I did enjoy her On the Fence and Pivot Point so I had to give this one a try too. Especially after reading the blurb and it saying they get locked in a library. Um, yes please!

It starts right off with Autumn getting left behind by her friends at the library. Now her friends think she is with them, and Autumn believes that they will figure out that she isn’t and come back for her. The more time that passes she begins to doubt they are coming back and this is where she finds Dax in the library. He is the fly under the radar …

Jul 27 2017
13

Review for The Unexpected Way of Falling (Unexpected #1) by Jessica Sorensen

Review for The Unexpected Way of Falling (Unexpected #1) by Jessica Sorensen

I’ve always been a fans of Sorensen’s work and I’ve the Nova series and loved it, so when I saw that there was a book duet called Unexpected, I knew I had to read it.

Now onto the story, having a crush on your best friends brothers isn’t always a good idea, but I guess sometimes you can’t help it. Now Elodie and Ensley do agree to try and take Carter down and make him fall for Ensley, only things don’t go how they planned and other things come into play. Like Carters own little plan he has going on, which is not good for Ensley at all. Not to mention there are some things about Carters family that even …

Jul 25 2017
15

Review for Throw Away Girls (The Jaycee Wilder Series #1) by Jennifer Vaughn

Review for Throw Away Girls (The Jaycee Wilder Series #1) by Jennifer Vaughn

This one those reviews that is kinda hard for me to write without giving away lot, so I will kinda skim over some things. Throw Away Girls is giving to us the reader from a reports POV. It was a little different having this from the reporters point of view rather then from someone within the law enforcement side of the investigation, but I thought it was it was interesting to see if from this side though.

Now on to the plot itself, there has been a few murders of young girls that has caught the attention of a news reporter, Jaycee Wilder, who makes it her mission to expose this killer at any costs. But this is one methodical …