Allison: Her Perfect Affair | Priscilla Oliveras | Book Review

Her Perfect Affair by Priscilla Oliveras is the second book in the Matched To Perfection series. This book follows the story of the middle Fernandez sister, Rosa and her long-time crush Jeremy. You’re first introduced to these characters in the first book of the series His Perfect Partner but, you don’t necessarily have to read […]

Allison: His Perfect Partner | Priscilla Oliveras | Book Review

His Perfect Partner is a debut novel written by Priscilla Oliveras. It follows the romance of Tomas and Yaz while also introducing us to the dynamic Fernandez family. I picked it up from the library because I thought that it sounded like a solid romance novel based on the blurb on the back. I was […]

Allison: Book Blogger Challenge Day 15

Wow! It’s the last day of the challenge. Yes, I spread it out a little bit over the 15 days but I do have to say that I feel much re-energized and ready to start writing book reviews again. So, keep an eye out for some new ones very soon! Who are your book blogging […]

Allison: Book Blogger Challenge Day 14

Deal Breakers I’m usually willing to give a book a shot. However, if it has any of these things all bets are off… Animal death – I always get nervous when an animal is introduced into a story because I become terrified that it is going to die. Like I’m almost afraid to like the […]

Allison: Book Blogging Challenge Day 13

Describe one under appreciated book that EVERYONE should read For this one I’m going to have to go with Heartbreak Cove by Lily Everett. This book is part of the Sanctuary Island series which is one of my favorite set of companion novels. Sanctuary Island is such a magic setting. It draws you right in […]

Allison: 15 Day Book Blogger Challenge Day 12

How do you fight blogger fatigue? Honestly, I don’t have an answer for this. Being someone who dropped off the radar of blogging for pretty much a year I can admit that the blogging fatigue got to me. Having to come up with new reviews and new content – I just couldn’t seem to do […]