4 out of 5 Ladies and Gents….I present to you a Hockey Romance done right! I truly enjoyed Blocked. It was romantic but not overly in your face. It was sweet but not so much as to turn you off. There was action on and off the ice. Elise Faber did a fantastic job… Continue reading Blocked by Elise Faber
5 out of 5 mother freaking stars!! As with the others in this series, I cracked out to this massive book. 2 days trying to read while a little toddler monster interrupted me every 13.26 seconds to ask for a co-co (cookie). Cute but no lol. I loved everything about this book, including the length… Continue reading Winter by Marissa Meyer
5 out of 5 Dear Colleen Hoover, I don’t know why I continue to read the crap you put out! There are very few authors that can make me feel like I’ve been run over multiple times by an emotional train. You my dear are one of them. In fact, I’m pretty… Continue reading November 9 by Colleen Hoover
3.75 out of 5 Dare To Dream was by far one of the most interesting takes on dystopia that I’ve read in a while. The reason I say this is because most dystopia novels kind of just dump you into the middle of the apocalypse and give you some half ass reason on why… Continue reading Dare To Dream by Carys Jones
5 out of 5 The first time I ever read anything by Emma Raveling was while she was just at the beginning stages of her Ondine Quartet series (pretty sure it was book 1). Little did I know, Ondine Quartet would become one of my all time favorite series. You know, the ones where no… Continue reading Breaking Measures by Emma Raveling
Yes Never, you can’t make me! Ugh, every damn day Or what could have been…Harry Potter #toddlerproblems Yep Le sigh… Every single book! So many good books, I can’t always just put them down! Authors…you know who you are!
You get 5 stars, you get 5 stars, you get five stars! My name is Jennifer and I have a problem…. Here’s my story My best friend, her other half, her daughter, my other half and I are enjoying an amazing vacation in a cabin off of a lake. This particular morning started almost… Continue reading The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer