Mr. Miracle by Debbie Macomber | Book Review

I think thatMr. Miracleby Debbie Macomber is like the easy listening of Christmas-themed romances. Granted, the holiday romance genre is full of gentle and clean stories. I was initially interested in readingMr. Miracle, because A) I LOVE CHRISTMAS and B) I really enjoyed reading Call Me Mrs. Miracle. I figured that this story would get […]

The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To This Book? I am one of those people who procrastinates, eats poorly and only occasionally works out. You might say that I have a lot of really bad habits. It seemed thatThe Power Of Habit by Charles Duhigg was popping up on Audible at every turn. As I am a […]

Allison: Being Sloane Jacobs | Lauren Morrill | Book Review

Im not sure if anyone else will remember the made for TV movie Ice Angel staring Nicholle Tom but when I first read the synopsis of Being Sloane Jacobs by Lauren Morrill, I have to admit I almost envisioned something like that crossed with The Parent Trap. For those of you who may not remember […]

Gated | Amy Christine Parker | Book Review

Y’all, there is never a time in my life where I would say no to an interesting, traditionally published book featuring cults. For serious, like one time Christina recommended an adult fiction cult book to me and I read the heck out of it. When I saw Gated by Amy Christine Parker on Netgalley, the description basically […]

Review of The Lighter Side of Life And Death by C.K. Kelly Martin

Sixteen year old Mason has just experienced the best night of his life. He has flawlessly pulled off his role in the closing night of his play, he had an awesome cast part, AND he just lost his v-card to his best friend, Kat