• Reviews

    Miranda Elaine’s Fixing Him Review

    I want to thank Miranda Elaine for providing me with a copy of Fixing Him, the second book in the Fixing Series. I was super excited when Miranda reached out to me personally to review her book, as this is the first time an author has reached out to me. Here is the Goodreads synopsis… “One summer. Three months.Ninety days spent learning every inch of Sam Matthews’ body.We agreed to no strings when our time was up. We promised we could both handle this.I lied.  I never expected to fall for this man or this town. This was just supposed to be a stop on the way to starting my real life. But…

  • Assignments,  Author Spotlight,  Pub 101

    Author Spotlight on Fiona Cole (and Mini Assignment #6)

    For this next installment of author spotlight, I am going to highlight someone I have discovered quite recently. I cannot remember which Facebook group it was but in one of the groups I am apart of I saw someone discuss their love of Fiona Cole’s Voyeur. I decided quite spontaneously to pick it up and by the next week not only had I devoured Voyeur, but I had also subsequently picked up: Deny Me, Imagine Me, and Shame.  I sincerely hope you consider picking up some of Fiona’s books after reading my breakdowns and thoughts surrounding them. She has so few reviews on Goodreads but has written some phenomenal stories. I am going to discuss the books in…

  • Are You New to NA?,  Assignments,  Pub 101

    Are You New to NA… These Are the Hockey Romance Novels You Must Read (and Mini Assignment #4)

    I am going to come out and say it, I love reading hockey romance.   First of all, you need to understand that I am not a fan of hockey, not of sports in general. Why then do I enjoy the trope?! Hockey Romance is the best way to convey a story on the premise that the guy has a reputation and the girl judges him for it. But as they fall in love as she realizes that he is more than just the rumours, that she never really understood who he truly was at the beginning of the story. This premise is such a beautiful way to read about…

  • Reviews

    Review of Alessandra Torre’s Even Money

    I want to thank Weapenry Co-Op and Netgalley for providing me with an e-copy of Even Money, after the release day. Goodreads: “Sometimes it only takes a minute. A connection of eyes across a room, a quickened heartbeat, and everything changes. I was a cocktail waitress with a fondness for partying and meaningless sex. He owned half of Vegas, with the reputation to match. I should have turned away. Instead, I stepped closer. Then, the lies started. Rumors spread. Stalking commenced. And someone died. None of it stopped me from falling in love.” Warning! This book contains mentions of sexual assault, harassment, and violence. There is also what can be construed as…

  • 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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