I have this author friend who has written some pretty amazing books. I am happy to tell you that her Wraith trilogy is on sale right now! I have reviewed the first two in the series, as well as many of her other books. Just hover over... Read More | Share it now!
Briefly: Maybe first impressions, plans and opinions aren’t the truth. Gwen’s family has lived on Seashell Island ever since her grandfather opened the local eatery, Castle’s. Her entire family has served the local summer crowd for decades, and... Read More | Share it now!
Briefly: Twins Cath and Wren have always shared everything…a room, clothes, taking care of their father, a Simon Snow addiction. Headed off to college, Cath is surprised to discover that Wren has decided to branch out and room with someone else... Read More | Share it now!
Super excited about my first cover reveal…it’s for a book by one of my favorite authors, Angel Lawson. An Adult series, the first title, Vigilant, will be released in late April. See the synopsis below the awesome cover.
Ari Grant spends... Read More | Share it now!
I like fantasy/paranormal books, though these days, it seems like they are mostly found in young adult. I am happy to say I discovered an author who writes adult books in this genre, so I read Crystal Gardens by Amanda Quick. According to her webpage,... Read More | Share it now!
Abandon by Meg Cabot
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy Romance
Ages: 14 and up
Published: April 26, 2011 by Point
This book was previously reviewed. Please click here to read the post.
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Charlotte Kinder, according to her acquaintances, is nice. Compliant. Not a stand-out. It is quite unexpected that not only does her husband, James, want to divorce her, but he has been having an affair. Her children are at that age where they don’t... Read More | Share it now!
Authors who offer up their books for a “read to review” are very brave. Handing over their work to a group of amateur writers is basically asking for a beating. It’s hard to review someone else’s work, especially when you might be hoping to... Read More | Share it now!