• ARC Reviews,  Reviews

    Jay Crownover’s Justified ARC Review

    Thank you so much to Jay Crownover and Netgalley for the advance e-copy of the first book in Jay’s new Loveless, Texas series, Justified. Having the opportunity to review for Jay Crownover again sparks so much joy in my life. She was one of my first favourite NA authors and she always consistently puts out amazing stories every year. Here is the Goodreads synopsis… “The New York Times bestselling author of the Marked Men series delivers a romance about a rugged Texas sheriff who must protect the woman who was once his sworn enemy… Case Lawton comes from a family of criminals. So as the sheriff of Loveless, Texas, he’s determined to…

  • Cover Reveals,  Reveals

    Jay Crownover’s Downfall Cover Reveal

    Thank you to InkSlingerPR and Jay Crownover for the opportunity to reveal the cover. I am so excited to be apart of the team revealing the cover for Downfall. If you are not a fan of Jay you probably will not be aware of the fact that Downfall has been her newsletter books. Meaning a few chapters were released each month in her newsletter and I have been reading since Chapter 1. The story is amazing and I cannot wait to see how it wraps up. Now here is the cover reveal… Here is the synopsis… “Solomon Sanders doesn’t have time to fall in love. Until a stunning, skittish, single…

  • ARC Reviews,  Reviews

    Jay Crownover’s Runaround ARC Review

    Thank you so much, Jay Crownover and InkSlingerPR for the advance copy of Runaround, which is out today! I’m not going to lie, I broke down in tears when I received this ARC. I have been a huge fan of Jay Crownover for years. To have this opportunity to read and review one of her books for this blog is mindblowing to me. This feels such an accomplishment in my blog’s journey. Here is the synopsis: “Can two people perpetually moving in opposite directions ever end up in the same place? Or will love just keep giving them the runaround? Webb Bryant is intimately acquainted with every type of trouble there is.…

  • Cover Reveals,  Reveals

    Jay Crownover’s Runaround Cover Reveal

    I am so excited to be apart of the team revealing the cover of Jay Crownover’s newest release, Runaround (the fourth book in the Getaway series) which releases on December 14th! Now what you have all been waiting for, the cover…  Here’s the synopsis: “Can two people perpetually moving in opposite directions ever end up in the same place? Or will love just keep giving them the runaround? Webb Bryant is intimately acquainted with every type of trouble there is. Trouble is all he’s ever known and the only constant in his life. Webb’s a man constantly on the move. He’s a drifter. A wanderer. He bolts from one bad choice to the next, never…

  • Reveals,  Teasers/Sneak Peaks

    Jay Crownover’s Respect Excerpt

    I am so excited to present you with an excerpt from Jay Crownover’s new book, Respect. This is a phenomenal book, cause everything Jay writes is. This is the conclusion to the world of the Point and a couple whose story I have been dying for. “~Karsen~ I was stuck to the spot, trapped by all the jagged, sharp pieces of my broken fantasies. I wanted to bolt, to run as far away as I could, but I couldn’t move. I felt like the shards would rip me to shreds any direction I turned. Even when the naked woman continued making out with the man of my dreams right in front of…

  • Cover Reveals,  Reveals

    Jay Crownover’s Respect Cover Reveal

    I am so excited to be apart of the team revealing the cover of Jay Crownover’s newest release, Respect (the third book in the Breaking Point series) which releases on August 7th! I have been such a huge fan of Jay Crownover for a while now, and ever since we were introduced to the world of the Point, Booker and Karsen’s story was one that I was highly anticipating. This cover reveal is a reminder to just how close we are to the book release and I could not be more ecstatic. The cover (as have all the previous ones) has been designed by Hang Le, and again just another stunning cover! Here’s the synopsis… “Once…

  • 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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