Fade To Us by Julia Day | Book Review

Fade To Us by Julia Day is a quick contemporary young adult book that works as a nice palate cleanse between heavier reads. I thought this was an okay book. It is not one that will stick with me forever. Actually, I had to look up the names of the characters as I had read […]

Should’ve Been You by Nicole McLaughlin | Book Review

Should’ve Been You by Nicole McLaughlin is the third book in her Man Enough series but I did not have a clue about that when I first downloaded and began reading this book. Honestly, you don’t need to read the other books to be able to know what is going on in this book. You might […]

Pride And Prejudice And Mistletoe by Melissa De La Cruz | Book Review

Pride And Prejudice And Mistletoe by Melissa De La Cruz by all rights should probably be my favorite Christmas themed romance of the year. It has this gorgeous cover. The origin story is one that I know and love, only with Darcy and Elizabeth gender swapped. This book just fell kind of really short of […]

Allison: Need You Now Blog Tour | Emma Douglas | Review & Giveaway

Welcome to the small island town of Cloud Bay, where it’s never the wrong time to find a love that’s oh-so-right. . . Caleb White knows what he wants out of life—and being a star tennis player is not it. After speaking to the press about his plans to retire, Caleb decides that a trip […]

Emerald Coast by Anita Hughes | Book Review

Emerald Coast by Anita Hughes is the sort of book that isn’t in my typical wheelhouse, but that I like. Still, I don’t often pursue women’s contemporary fiction. I guess that’s because I have so much other things on my shelf to read. Friends, I regret this. Emerald Coast by Anita Hughes was SUCH a page turner. […]

Allison: The Midnight Watch: A Novel of the Titanic and the Californian | David Dyer | Book Review

One of the things that has always fascinated me about Titanic is that fact that so many of the tragic events associated with the ship could have been avoided. I mean, there are so many “if only” type of scenarios that can be brought up when discussing the tragedy. For example, “if only there had […]