• Cover Reveals,  Reveals

    Emma Scott’s The Girl in the Love Song Cover Reveal

    Thank you to Emma Scott and the team at Valentine PR for the opportunity to be apart of the team revealing the cover for Emma’s newest novel, The Girl in the Love Sing. The first story in this series of interconnected coming of age standalones is releasing on June 7th. Now here is the cover reveal… Here is the Goodreads synopsis… Miller Stratton is a survivor. After a harrowing childhood of poverty, he will do anything it takes to find security for himself and his mom. He’s putting all his hopes and dreams in the fragile frame of his guitar and the beauty he creates with its strings and his soulful voice. Until…

  • ARC Reviews,  Reviews

    Emma Scott’s Someday, Someday ARC Review

    Thank you to Emma Scott and the team at SocialButterflyPR for the ARC of Someday, Someday. I am so excited today to be telling you about Emma’s latest book and no surprise it was amazing! Someday, Someday is an emotional M/M romance, that will leave you in tears. Check out the Goodreads synopsis below… “How long would you wait for true love? Max Kaufman was kicked out of his home as a teen and his life has been an uphill battle ever since. From addiction and prostitution, to recovery and putting himself through nursing school, he’s spent the last ten years rebuilding his shattered sense of self. Now he’s taken…

  • ARC Reviews,  Reviews

    Emma Scott’s A Five-Minute Life ARC Review

    I want to thank Emma Scott and SocialButterflyPR for the advanced reader copy of A Five-Minute Life. Check out the Goodreads synopsis below… “Thea Hughes has five minutes to live.   A car accident stole her parents and left her with the second-worst documented case of amnesia in the world. She now has only minutes of experiences, of consciousness, of life…before her memory is wiped clean. The once effervescent artist with a promising future is reduced to scribbling with pens and paper, living an empty, quiet life, three hundred seconds at a time. Jim Whelan is on autopilot. A foster kid shuffled around the system since birth, he’s lived his…

  • ARC Reviews,  Reviews

    Emma Scott’s Unbreakable Revamped Edition ARC Review

    I want to thank Emma Scott for providing me with a copy of her book Unbreakable, which has just been revamped with a new cover and extended content. Emma is proving to me time and time again, that she is the master of telling an emotional and heartbreaking story. Will there ever be an Emma Scott book that I do not sob through. Here is the synopsis: “Alex Gardener has her life planned out, down to the smallest detail. She has a skyrocketing career as a litigation attorney, a close group of socialite friends, and is engaged to one of the most successful businessmen in Beverly Hills. Everything is just as…

  • ARC Reviews,  Reviews

    Emma Scott’s Long Live the Beautiful Hearts ARC Review

    Thank you so much to Emma Scott and Inkslinger PR for the advance copy of Long Live the Beautiful Hearts.   Long Live the Beautiful Hearts went live early so make sure you pick it up right now!   I need to preface this review by saying that YOU MUST READ BOOK ONE FIRST! The first book Bring Down the Stars, which I have previously reviewed is an amazing book. You must start there if you start with the sequel you ruin the ending of the first story and you wouldn’t want to do that. From Goodreads: “Never again would I allow my heart to become the plaything of someone else.  Never…

  • ARC Reviews,  Reviews

    Emma Scott’s Bring Down the Stars ARC Review

    I want to thank Emma Scott and Inkslinger PR for the advance copy of Bring Down the Stars.  From Goodreads: “I fell for Connor Drake. I didn’t want to; I fought against it, but I fell in love with him anyway. With his words. With his poetry. With him. The gentleness and beauty of his soul that speaks directly to mine. He writes as if he can feel my heart, hear its cadence and compose the exact right lyrics to accompany every beat and flow.  I’m in love with Connor…so why do I feel an inexplicable pull to his best friend, Weston? Grouchy, sullen, brooding Weston Turner, who could cut you…

  • Lists

    The NA Books That Have Made Me Cry…

    It was quite common for me to shed a tear during each and every YA book I read, where as NA has not had a similar effect. I have noticed over the years that I do not cry as commonly as I had before while reading. I know that NA follows usually a similar pattern in which when a couple does get together, and then a conflict while arise around 65-85% of the way through the novel that breaks them up. The later part of the story tends to show how they get back together and make amends for whatever broke them up in the first place. I think knowing…

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