Posts Categorized: Reviews

Jul 27 2017
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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
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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 …

Jul 24 2017
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Review for Our Broken Pieces by Sarah White

Review for Our Broken Pieces by Sarah White

Our Broken Pieces is labeled as a young adult contemporary romance, but to me it seemed to be more of a coming of age read. These are two young people who older beyond their years, and have been through a pretty good amount of crap, each in their own ways.

We meet Everly just after learning that her long time boyfriend has broke up with her, which is heartbreaking enough, but it’s not just that. He broke up with her because he was seeing her best friend behind her back. Everly’s parent send her to see a therapist when she start having severe anxiety attacks to get her some help. This is also where we meet Gabe who receiving therapy but …

Jul 20 2017
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Review for the The Black Witch (The Black Witch Chronicles, #1) by Laurie Forest

Review for the The Black Witch (The Black Witch Chronicles, #1) by Laurie Forest

I started reading this book only after reading the summary, which sounded pretty to me. I made it all way through, and I didn’t have any issues with it and I thought it was a pretty good book. So, I am little confused on all the drama I have seen about it. Anyway…

The story starts out with Elloren who comes this strong magical family, but she hold no magic. She has come of age to married (wanfasted), but has lived this sheltered life with her Uncle, she has no idea what awaits her out there away from her Uncle. Not only that, she also has to deal with everyone knowing that she is the granddaughter of the great Black Witch …

Jul 18 2017
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Review: Emma in the Night by Wendy Walker

Review: Emma in the Night by Wendy Walker

When I surfing around on Goodreads, I noticed that there are some pretty mixed reviews for this one. Sometimes you just have to give it a try, so I did. And this is the first book that I have read from Wendy Walker and it certainly won’t be the last one.

We get the story in alternating point of views between Cass the youngest sister and Abigail Winters the forensic psychiatrist that was part of initial missing children case. Cass’ story unfolds over the first week after her arrival back home, so we get a piece here and a piece there of what happened during the time the girls were gone. Where they were, who was with them and what happened. …

Jul 17 2017
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Review: Midnight at the Electric by Jodi Lynn Anderson

Review: Midnight at the Electric by Jodi Lynn Anderson

I always been one those that reads the summary before I read a book, but I decided not to this time. So, I went in blind and I really happy that I did. The beginning I did think I was going to be in store for a story that was going to take place on another planet, but it didn’t turn out to be that way, it stay here on Earth. This story does however take us through three different time periods with four very different women, both young and older.

Adri, is our main protagonist and she is extremely smart and has been chosen to go and live on Mars. She keep to herself a lot and she’s extremely blunt. …