Seven Days In June by Tia Williams | Book Review

I love when a book makes me feel all shouty and enthused. Seven Days In June by Tia Williams is a beautifully written book that I am so excited to talk about. When I saw Estelle recommend it during the Forever Open House webinar, I knew it would be good. BUT WOW, you guys, just WOW. […]

Fuse by Julianna Baggott | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Fuse by Julianna Baggott? You know how sometimes a finished series can be out for a long time and you read book one, enjoy it, but kind of get waylaid by other books? Then years go by. All of a sudden, you see the book pop up on Hoopla to […]

When The Stars Align by Jeanette Grey | Book Review

I won’t lie, I was eavesdropping on twitter and saw a group of people intent on requesting When The Stars Align by Jeanette Grey on Netgalley and picking it as their weekend read and then deciding to take it upon myself to request the book as well. My logic is that if other bloggers are talking […]

Allison: A Christmas To Remember | Anthology Review

A Christmas To Remember is a new anthology filled with short stories from Jill Shavis, Kristen Ashley, Hope Ramsey, Molly Cannon, and Marilyn Pappano. All of the stories are set around Christmas time, and each have some sort of a tie to other series or other characters that the authors have previously written about. It […]

Allison: The Longest Ride | Nicholas Sparks | Book Review

When I was younger, Nicholas Sparks was my go-to author. Whenever I found out he had a new book coming out, it was on my shelf or in my hands within a couple days of the release. Now that Im a little bit older and maybe a little bit wiser this is not necessarily still […]

Pure Julianna Baggott Book Review

Straight up, Pure by Julianna Baggott is a bleak book. Expect grime. Expect grit. Expect to be grossed out by what you read. Don’t come into Pure expecting girls on fire in pretty dresses, because you won’t find that in Baggott’s post-apocalyptic world. I wanted to put Pure down at several points because it felt too dark to […]