Where Sea Meets Sky by Karina Halle

Where Sea Meets Sky by Karina Halle

Man, do I love Karina Halle’s writing! I knew I would get something fan-freaking-tastic with Where Sea Meets Sky. Josh and Gemma have an incredible one-night stand, then Gemma goes back to New Zealand the next day. She inspired something in Josh, though, and he decides to take a leap… Read more »

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This Is My Last Post

This Is My Last Post

  Hi guys! I’ve been doing some thinking and have decided to quit blogging. I started blogging in 2011, and all these years I’ve been lying to you. I can no longer deal with the guilt. This entire blog has been a fraud and our friendships were built on deceit…. Read more »

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Sea of Stars by Amy A. Bartol

Sea of Stars by Amy A. Bartol

I don’t even know exactly what it is about this series that causes the addictive feeling I get while reading it. It’s weird. When I finished Sea of Stars, I immediately went back and reread the last four chapters because I wasn’t ready to let go. I rarely do that,… Read more »

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Sunday Post #120 (3/29/15)

Sunday Post #120 (3/29/15)

The Sunday Post is hosted by Kimba Caffeinated Book Reviewer. Whadda week! Glad it’s over. My son’s on spring break now and I’m jealous. It’s been so warm here, even had record breaking temps on Friday – 92º. Who’s excited for The Walking Dead season finale? Me! Dear SW –… Read more »

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The Start of Me and You by Emery Lord

The Start of Me and You by Emery Lord

Well wasn’t this a lovely book! You know how it’s so hard to tell now whether a YA book would be appropriate for the younger crowd? The Start of Me and You certainly is. In fact, it’s a book I’d love for all girls starting in the pre-teens to read…. Read more »

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Finding Mr. Brightside by Jay Clark

Finding Mr. Brightside by Jay Clark

Okay, this was better than I expected. I thought Finding Mr. Brightside was going to be all super sappy and dramatic, but not so. This is actually a lot of fun. Yes, there are serious subject matters, but it’s not all done in a Debbie Downer way. Juliette and Abram… Read more »

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Normal by Graeme Cameron

Normal by Graeme Cameron

Hell yes! Normal is a total win. I had high hopes for this book and it totally lived up to them. I can’t help it, I love getting the story from the serial killer’s perspective. It’s friggin’ disturbing, yet completely fascinating. And it’s definitely 100% entertaining. Normal is told from… Read more »

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Sunday Post #119 (3/22/15)

Sunday Post #119 (3/22/15)

The Sunday Post is hosted by Kimba Caffeinated Book Reviewer. Yaaaawn … I haven’t been so happy for the weekend in a long time. Last week required too much brain power, and now it’s on autopilot. Like usual. Thankfully next week shouldn’t be as bad. I think a trip to… Read more »

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Dark Alchemy by Laura Bickle

Dark Alchemy by Laura Bickle

“As above, so below” I almost kept scrolling when I first came upon Dark Alchemy, but then I noticed Laura Bickle is the author and immediately knew I had to read it. I friggin’ love her Hallowed Ones series, so had high hopes for this. There’s mystery and magic and… Read more »

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Leaving Amarillo by Caisey Quinn

Leaving Amarillo by Caisey Quinn

Yee-haw! Leaving Amarillo is the first book I’ve read by Caisey Quinn, and now I’m looking forward to more. This book brings out all the feels. Dixie is 19, and plays the fiddle in a band with her older brother and Gavin. Gavin had a pretty crappy home life growing… Read more »

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