Tag: 4 stars


Review: Ripped by Katy Evans

Posted 9 December, 2014 in Reviews / 3 Comments
Review: Ripped by Katy Evans

Review: Everything I didn’t understand about Pandora finally makes sense…kind of. There were still parts of this book that didn’t make sense. But I liked it a lot. It was definitely the most…normal…of the Real series. One thing that kind of got on my nerves about Remy was that he and Brooke had an extremely dysfunctional relationship, to the point that it didn’t really seem healthy. I like caveman…to an extent. When you’re actually acting like an animal, not so much. Greyson was kind of the same way, with an added dangerous man vibe. Kenna, rock god-ness aside, is a […]

Review: The Duality Principle by Rebecca Grace Allen

Posted 8 December, 2014 in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: The Duality Principle by Rebecca Grace Allen

My Review: Eek! I love nerd romances. In fact, I live one. My boyfriend’s idea of fun is filling out tax returns, and mine is coming up with new marketing strategies. So yeah. Nerds in love, even if they’re not in love with another nerd? Kinda mah thang. I also love trying to figure out whether or not a guy is a “bad boy” or not, as well as small town romances, and books that take place on the New England coast. So for me, The Duality Principle had it all. The only thing I didn’t like was that I […]

Review: Shape of My Heart by Ann Aguirre

Posted 3 December, 2014 in Reviews / 8 Comments
Review: Shape of My Heart by Ann Aguirre

Review: This book was awesome, but I have to say it was my least favorite of the trilogy. Fitting, since Shape of My Heart was my least favorite Backstreet Boys song out of the three the books in this series were named after. Also fitting since by the end of a series or trilogy you’ve loved, your expectations are set pretty high. I’ve always loved Max, since book one. In I Want It That Way, you see much of the fun of him and he was immediately someone I would want to hang out with. In As Long As You Love […]

Review: Scenes from the City by Penny Reid

Posted 1 December, 2014 in Reviews / 3 Comments
Review: Scenes from the City by Penny Reid

Review: I’m deducting a star because DAMN YOU PENNY REID, YOU SCENE-TEASE, YOU. I. want. more. And I’m blaming you for these frustration and deprivation feels. The real review starts now. Merry festivus for the rest of us! Penny celebrates festivus, pole and all (okay, I’m not sure about the pole, and this sounds dirty if you’re not a Seinfeld fan). Instead of airing her grievances this year, she wrote us some presents. Scenes from the City gives us a little tease of life after the HEA for each of the knitting group girl’s we’ve already read about. Each one is […]

Review: The Boys Next Door by Rosalie Lario

Posted 20 November, 2014 in Reviews / 5 Comments
Review: The Boys Next Door by Rosalie Lario

My Review: Wow, totally not what I expected! So here’s how I thought The Boys Next Door would go: Girl meets bad boy. Girl tries to stay away but has intense physical attraction to bad boy. Girl also meets good boy. Girl is emotionally but not physically attracted to good boy. Girl can’t make up her mind for, like, ever so she stays away from them both and eventually makes up her mind after tons of back and forth. Yeah. Not very original. But I still wanted to read it! Sun, fun, and a love triangle? Yeah, I’ll sign up for […]

Release + Review: Wildcard Volume 3 by Missy Johnson

Posted 30 September, 2014 in Features, Reviews / 4 Comments
Release + Review: Wildcard Volume 3 by Missy Johnson

Review: Recommended for: Twisters and turners, tennis players, and anyone who wouldn’t be too sad to see one of their exes a little banged up. What I liked about this series was the distinctly different themes each volume has. Volume 1 was all about carefree, cocky Ryder. Volume 2 was when we saw vengeful, hurt Ryder. This volume was all about “I’ll fight and do anything for my woman,” Ryder. I loved it. I also loved the vulnerability both Ryder and Scarlett showed. Even though they were secure in their feelings for each other, they were really insecure in their […]