Heartbeat | Elizabeth Scott | Book Review

For awhile, I was doing this thing where I was reading the books on my TBR in order of shortest to longest, which is basically how I got started with readingHeartbeat by Elizabeth Scott. It was the shortest book on my TBR and I wanted to finish it quickly. I’ve had a hit or miss […]

The Eternity Cure | Julie Kagawa | Book Review

I am one of those people who does not re-read a book before I read it’s sequel. Apparently this is a skill that would serve me well, alas. When I beganThe EternityCure by Julie Kagawa, sequel toThe Immortal Rules there was a lot of initial confusion. I had forgotten the significance of a few of […]

Reaper | Rachel Vincent | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To This Book? One thing that I have learned while participating in the bi-annual Dewey 24 Hour Readathons is that short books are key. For me, this is the one time where I feel it’s totally cool to FINALLY listen to the shorter audiobooks that I’ve scooped up for free on […]

Dare You To | Katie McGarry | Book Review

You ever start a book and find yourself mind numbingly bored, so then you open up a different one and am like, okay just a few pages and then I will go back to my obligation? THEN before you know it you have finished the interesting book and find yourself craving WAY more contemporaries? Okay, […]

Pushing The Limits Katie McGarry Book Review

Ah, Pushing The Limits, you sly, seductive book, you. Y’all, based on the reviews I read beforehand, I kind of thought Pushing The Limits by Katie McGarry would be the sort of book I could background read. You know, pick it up and set it down while concentrating on other things. WRONG. This book had my full frontal […]

The Immortal Rules Julie Kagawa Book Review

Oh, vampires, I can’t seem to quit you, and if Julie Kagawa is at the helm? FORGET ABOUT IT. Seriously, y’all can’t expect me to NOT read a bloodsucker book written by Julie Kagawa can you? I freakin’ DEVOURED The Immortal Rules and sigh, kind of want to read MORE vampire books. I know, I know. It’s like […]