• ARC Reviews,  Reviews

    Giana Darling’s After the Fall ARC Review

    Thank you to Giana Darling and the team at Candi Kane PR for the advance reader copy of After the Fall, the fourth book in The Fallen MC series. Check out the Goodreads synopsis here… “I was settin’ up to live a good life, the kinda life I’d fought hard to deserve.With a good woman––the best woman––at my side, a degree under my belt, and the whole world at my feet, I was livin’ the kinda happily ever after usually denied the rebellious and the criminal. I’d turned my back on that kinda life, thinkin’ I needed that clean, wholesome kinda happy.Then the devil came dressed in the wings of…

  • ARC Reviews,  Reviews

    Karina Halle’s The Younger Man ARC Review

    Thank you to Karina Halle and the team at Social Butterfly PR for the advance reader copy of The Younger Man. It is so exciting to wrap up a year of reviewing with Karina’s latest and one of her greatest. Karina is so good at an emotionally, heartwrenching, age-gap romance. Check out the Goodreads synopsis below… “Starting over was her only option. Forty-years old and still reeling from a public and painful divorce, Thalia Blackwood is looking for a fresh start, somewhere far away from her upside down life. When she’s offered a new job as the sports therapist for a football (soccer) team, she jumps at the chance. This…

  • Are You New to NA?,  Lists

    Are You New to NA… This is Where You Should Start

    I was lucky when I started to read New Adult a few years ago that there were many reviewers that steered me in the right direction, so I want to do that for you now. There are important things to consider when jumping into NA for the first time: Don’t go hardcore or extreme right away! This might put you off NA forever. NA deserves a gradual entry, one should start with novels that tow the line between NA and YA. My recommendation for someone’s very first NA book is… Slammed tells the story of an eighteen-year-old girl who moves to a new city with her mother, after the death…

  • Author Spotlight,  Reviews,  Series Reviews

    Author Spotlight on Karina Halle

    In author spotlight, I want to write dedicated posts to highlight an author that I believe deserves more attention both in and out of the NA literature fandom. It was a no-brainer for me to start out with Karina Halle (pronounced like Halle Berry, my stupid brain pronounced it differently for a long time). She is definitely one of the hardest working authors out there. Plus she’s a hometown girl for me (both of us were born in Vancouver, Canada (and she still lives close by)), which bleeds into the settings of so many of her books. Karina is a machine. She is my most read author, and here’s the…

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