Tag: 4 stars


Review: Confessions of a Former Puck Bunny

Posted 11 May, 2017 in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: Confessions of a Former Puck Bunny

Review: Love me a good word nerd. 🙂 Plus, word nerds give good banter, so they’re always great as a main character! I definitely didn’t expect to see Lindsay falling for a hockey player after her grudge in Whitney’s book. But now that I think about it, I totally should’ve seen it coming. 😉 Also, you know how I loved that Anatomy of a Player reminded me of How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days? Well, there’s a paintball scene in this one, which reminded me of 10 Things I Hate About You, and I loved that too. Now […]

Review: Below Deck by Tara Sivec

Posted 5 March, 2017 in Reviews / 1 Comment
Review: Below Deck by Tara Sivec

Review: Ah, it’s been way too long since I’ve read a Tara Sivec! As you know, she’s one of my favorite LOL authors (yes, that’s an official genre name in Bumblingsland), and with all the chronic illness shit in my life over the past year and a half, I’m now realizing I should probably be rereading at least one of her books per month! 😍 And the Signature Sivec was very much present in this book, thank the laughing lords! A sense of humor that’s one of a kind (despite other authors’ best efforts to copy 😉) A super amusing “ensemble cast” instead […]

Review: Any Time, Any Place by Jennifer Probst

Posted 26 January, 2017 in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: Any Time, Any Place by Jennifer Probst

Review: Woof, this book was NOT good for my anxiety, lol! I feel like my blood pressure went up, my eyes went bloodshot, and I bit my nails the whole way through. I loved it. Well, I didn’t love the secret. I’m not good at keeping secrets. I’m worse than Nick Miller on New Girl with secrets, and they make him sweat and babble A LOT. Nick Miller is me. I am Nick Miller. So I didn’t do well knowing Raven’s secret, but had to find out how/when it got out about her connection to Dalton. It kept me on […]

Review: Last Kiss by Laurelin

Posted 25 December, 2016 in Reviews / 2 Comments
Review: Last Kiss by Laurelin

Review: I don’t foray into romantic suspense often. In fact, this and First Touch may have been the only ones in the genre I read in 2016. And I don’t know if that scarcity is just why I love it so much, or if these books just kicked ass. I think they just kicked ass. 😉 I WAS SO INTO THIS, GUYS. So there was that huge, big, dramatic cliffhanger at the end of book 1, and then I waited ages to read book 2. So in the first few chapters, I had to think hard about what was going on […]

Review: To Love and to Cherish by Lauren Layne

Posted 26 November, 2016 in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: To Love and to Cherish by Lauren Layne

Review: Yay! I’ve been waiting for this match (as I’m sure you have too)! Godddd does Logan sound hot. And I have a soft spot for accountants, I even live with one and kiss him sometimes. 😉 I’m sorry, I know it’s nerdy, but dudes who know numbers are hot. Add in British? And ooooh. Logan was perfect. Frankly, he was too good for Alexis. Alexis, well we knew she was flawed before we started this. I just wanted to slap the back of her head and tell her to stop dicking around and open her eyes. I figured in […]

Review: To Have and To Hold by Lauren Layne

Posted 28 October, 2016 in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: To Have and To Hold by Lauren Layne

Review: First of all, YORKVILLE! OMFG YORKVILLE! I live there. This book takes place there. And can we talk about how much I love that it takes place there? This is a tiny, quiet, beautiful neighborhood on the Upper East side that’s like a bubble from the rest of the upper class Upper East Side. It’s gorgeous. Everyone’s youngish, professionalish, and friendly. Have I mentioned it’s gorgeous? And best of all, it’s kind of a secret. Guys, I love my neighborhood sooooooo much. And no one ever talks about it or has even heard of it – even people that […]

Review: The Goal by Elle Kennedy

Posted 10 October, 2016 in Reviews / 1 Comment
Review: The Goal by Elle Kennedy

Review: What a way to end this series! It was definitely my favorite book out of them all. First of all, I don’t know how often I read books in a series where it takes place alongside another one of the books, chronologically. Having this one occur at the same time as The Score was really cool, having those little “I know something you don’t know” moments where you knew more than either of the narrators. This book was also so emotional, even more than the tough stuff in The Score. I could relate to Sabrina’s work ethic and determination, and the […]

Review: Fool Me Once by Katee Robert

Posted 13 August, 2016 in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: Fool Me Once by Katee Robert

Review: “Aubry Kaiser doesn’t like people—actually, that’s not right. She loathes people. With her crippling anxiety…” Hi, this book is basically about me. I love Aubrey so, so much because she did things I can’t even imagine! I will never go to Comic Con because omg the crowds, so I totally got how she felt about the gaming conference. And the idea of a human shield? Totally accurate. Love having someone to stand behind. It helps that I’m short, so it doesn’t take much to block my line of sight. 😛 Now on to Quinn. Wow, I’ve inadvertently been on […]

Review: One Week to Score by Kate Meader

Posted 14 July, 2016 in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: One Week to Score by Kate Meader

Review: I’m not usually a fan of the Texas stereotypes, but Flynn? Him I will take. Please and thank you, Kate Meader. 🙋🏻 This book was amazing for me – formulaically and in every other way. Second chance romances – even if it was just attraction. Friends with benefits. Beaches and warm weathers and cute (sounding) vacation outfits. I’ll take that too. First of all, this goddamn family and their nuptial luck. It’s hilarious. I was starting to get annoyed at how unrealistic and dramatic it was, but then the characters joke about it themselves and get all deprecating. And another thing […]

Review: Grin and Beard It by Penny Reid

Posted 14 June, 2016 in Reviews / 1 Comment
Review: Grin and Beard It by Penny Reid

Review: I started this book a little nervously, since while I like the Winston brothers series, they don’t hold a candle to the Knitting in the City series. It just goes back to needing to relate to books and not being too interested in small-town, low-tech mountain life. But Sienna made up for everything I “less than love” about the rest of the series. Girl is LIT. The chapters from her point of view – that shit I could read forever. It’s not just that she’s hilarious (which she is), it’s also my exact brand of humor. Five-year-old kid potty […]