Hilarious Sports Romance by Miranda Kenneally!

Hilarious Sports Romance by Miranda Kenneally!

I’m a huge, huge fan of Miranda Kenneally. I’ve read the whole Hundred Oaks series except Things I Can’t Forget. Based on the other books in the series, there ware a few things I expected from Coming Up for Air: An awesome story about sports […]

I Was Looking Forward to this Book So Much… then it fell flat

I Was Looking Forward to this Book So Much… then it fell flat

I had my eye on Stealing Home for months! I’m a big Nicole Williams fan. I loved the Crash series (five stars all around!) and while I liked Lost & Found a little less, I still enjoyed it quite a bit. So when the synopsis […]

Deliciously Fun Sports Read (Defending Taylor)

Deliciously Fun Sports Read (Defending Taylor)

I always know who to turn to when I want a fun, relatable, sports romance: Miranda Kenneally. She can do no wrong. The Hundred Oaks series is full of delicious, wonderful, sporty books. All crazy fun! Defending Taylor was no different. I loved all the […]

Review: What You Left Behind by Jessica Verdi

Review: What You Left Behind by Jessica Verdi

It breaks my heart to review What You Left Behind. As a huge lover of Jessica Verdi’s previous books I was RIDICULOUSLY psyched for this one and thought it would be a slam dunk. In fact, I had zero doubts. Even when I started reading […]

Review: Whatever Life Throws at You by Julie Cross

Review: Whatever Life Throws at You by Julie Cross

Remember that amaaaazing book I read recently: I’ll Meet You There? Well, I finished that book and I was HUNGRY. I wanted another adorable, heart-wrenching romance that would sweep me off my feet. So I turned to Twitter and begged for suggestions. One awesome gal […]

Review: Everything That Makes You by Moriah McStay

Review: Everything That Makes You by Moriah McStay

I started out being really excited for Everything That Makes You. The split story was really interesting and felt very Pivot Point-esque. The author shows you how Fiona’s life plays out in two different ways: one way with her accident and scarred face, and another […]

Taking on… Take Me On by Katie McGarry

Taking on… Take Me On by Katie McGarry

My enjoyment levels I think the best way to show you my feelings for Take Me On is to show you this graph: I started out LOVING Take Me On. I liked the characters, I liked how Haley was this epic kickboxer and I was […]

Review: The Fire Artist by Daisy Whitney

Review: The Fire Artist by Daisy Whitney

I started out LOVING The Fire Artist. The idea of elemental magic as a performance art—almost like a sport actually—was very interesting. Then you bring Genies into the mix and it’s almost like baseball and steroids. Then an abuse element was introduced. Aria’s father tried […]

Review: Breathe, Annie, Breathe by Miranda Kenneally

Review: Breathe, Annie, Breathe by Miranda Kenneally

If there’s ever a book to inspire you to go out for a run, it’s Breathe, Annie, Breathe. This book had me dying to go out and run 10 miles, even though there’s no way I could do that at the moment. But it was […]

DNF Review: The Sweet Spot by Stephanie Evanovich

DNF Review: The Sweet Spot by Stephanie Evanovich

I stopped reading at the 32% mark. I noticed pretty early on that The Sweet Spot was like 100% telling and 0% showing. The sequence of events is just laid out with no emotion, no “moments”, no personality—nothing real. It’s literally like: Amanda meets Chase. […]

Recent Posts

    Random Posts