Giveaway + Audiobook Review – Idaho by Emily Ruskovich

Giveaway + Audiobook Review – Idaho by Emily Ruskovich

Emily Ruskovich's IDAHO is haunting, atmospheric, and heartbreaking, yet manages to leave you wanting more of its beauty. Rarely does a book leave me with this persistent feeling of loss upon finishing, but Idaho did. Through beautiful prose, strong character development, ...

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Audiobook Review – Always by Sarah Jio

Audiobook Review – Always by Sarah Jio

Sarah Jio's ALWAYS is a second-chance romance and women's fiction hybrid that some may enjoy. Due to an abundance of plot holes, less-than-stellar writing, and melodrama galore, I far too many problems and I didn't like this book. Being as this is a women's fiction novel, ...

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Book Review – The Girl Before by J.P. Delaney

Book Review – The Girl Before by J.P. Delaney

"Please make a list of every possession you consider essential in your life." J.P. Delaney's THE GIRL BEFORE has such an alluring premise and there moments where I couldn't put it down. But the far-fetched plot points, pseudo-sexual dominant storyline, and over-abundance of ...

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Audiobook Review – A Shadow Bright and Burning by Jessica Cluess

Audiobook Review – A Shadow Bright and Burning by Jessica Cluess

Set in London during the Victorian era, A SHADOW BRIGHT AND BURNING is a decent beginning to Jessica Cluess's Kingdom on Fire series. While the characters and plot are both rather generic, the darker setting and bits of action pulled me in. Henrietta is thought to be the ...

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Book Review – Results May Vary by Bethany Chase

Book Review – Results May Vary by Bethany Chase

* I have an excerpt from Chapter 1 to share with you below my review. You'll want to know what happens next after you read it! Book Review: As I'm writing this review, I'm sitting here deep in my feelings. So I apologize in advance for my lack of eloquence (not that I ...

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Audiobook Review – Tell Me Three Things by Julie Buxbaum

Audiobook Review – Tell Me Three Things by Julie Buxbaum

Tell Me Three Things by Julie Buxbaum is like a young adult version of You've Got Mail. It's addictive, entertaining, and sweet but also deals with heaver issues. I couldn't stop reading (or rather, listening) to it. Though the premise was a bit contrived, I still found the ...

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Book Review – The Story of Us by Dani Atkins

Book Review – The Story of Us by Dani Atkins

I was absolutely hooked on this story in the beginning but didn't like how the author made the reader like and dislike the two love interests for the sake of convenience. Two weeks from getting married to her longtime on-and-off boyfriend Richard, Emma is in a car ...

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Audiobook Review – When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi

Audiobook Review – When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi

Memoirs aren't something that I usually gravitate to, but the synopsis of When Breath Becomes Air really struck a chord with me. I'm so glad I read it because it was such a wonderful book. Paul Kalanithi was a remarkable doctor and human being. Paul was diagnosed with ...

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Book Review – Feverborn by Karen Marie Moning

Book Review – Feverborn by Karen Marie Moning

Book Review: The first five books of Karen Marie Moning's Fever series were captivating, riveting, and had a clear direction. Even though Burned, didn't have a traditional cohesive plot like the previous books in the series, the non-stop action gave that installment this ...

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Audiobook Review – Grey by E.L. James

Audiobook Review – Grey by E.L. James

Audiobook Review: I preordered this audiobook like a boss for two reasons: 1.) Christian Grey and 2.) Zachary Webber. I actually listened to a good majority of the book and switched to the ebook (which I received from my library) when I wasn't able to listen. Christian ...

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