Time Between Us | Tamara Ireland Stone | Book Review

The reason I readTime Between Us by Tamara Ireland Stone was that Allison came over, looked at my obnoxious wall of books and decided she wantedTime Between Us when I was done with it. Knowing myself and how I constantly procrastinate, I decided to read this one like within a week of Allison coming over. […]

A Laird For All Time Angeline Fortin Book Review

Are you looking for a cheap historical romance to help you pass the time? Especially if it’s one that has plenty of sexy times? Well, I have just the book for you! A Laird For All Time by Angeline Fortin is pretty lengthy but it is also a relatively quick self-published read. It is a […]

Mira’s Diary: Lost In Paris Marissa Moss Book Review

I think time travel books are really starting to grow on me, in that I actively seek them out. Mira’s Diary: Lost In Paris by Marissa Moss first caught my attention at BEA 2012 when I went to the Young Adult And Middle Grade Author Buzz panel. I thought the concept seemed cool because I like reading […]

So Close To You Rachel Carter Book Review

Conspiracy theories are the best. Although their biggest adherents often look like crackpots, I’d put a good conspiracy right up there with my fascination for cults. Rachel Carter delves into the Montauk Project with her debut So Close To You, a young adult time travel romance. Many years ago, main character Lydia Bentley’s great grandfather, Dean, disappeared […]

Tempest by Julie Cross Book Review

Tempest is the first in a trilogy by Julie Cross. It is a very intense read. I thought it was nothing like Twilight, so one should ignore that comparison. Tempest is a strong story from a debut author. There are SO MANY excellent elements: characters, science, plotting, romance and COLLEGE!

The Time-Traveling Fashionista by Bianca Turetsky Book Review

I wish I could go back in time to my middle school days so I could take lessons from Louise Lambert, the vintage wearing protagonist of The Time Traveling Fashionista by Bianca Turetsky. Seriously, Louise is all that even if she doesn’t realize it herself.