Tag: contemporary romance


Favorite Quotes: Fixed Trilogy by Laurelin Paige

Posted 2 October, 2014 in Features / 0 Comments
Favorite Quotes: Fixed Trilogy by Laurelin Paige

I’m doing something a little different, and a little fun, today! InkSlinger PR and Laurelin Paige are doing an untraditional tour this week for Laurelin’s Fixed Trilogy, one with excerpts and reviews, they’re taking favorite quotes on tour! So these are some of my favorite quotes from the turmoil-filled series. (Related: read my review of Hudson’s POV)

Review + Excerpt: Working Girl by A.E. Woodward

Posted 1 October, 2014 in Features, Reviews / 1 Comment
Review + Excerpt: Working Girl by A.E. Woodward

Review: Recommended for: Fans of stories with broken characters and people learning how become more than the life they’d been handed. This was kind of meh for me. It kept getting better as I read on, but it was kind of tough to get through in the beginning. For someone who’s so determined to forget and escape her past, Presley sure harps on it a lot. I totally get that she has reason to be a little pessimistic, but wow, did she have a bad outlook. I feel like if it weren’t for Emerson’s influence, she would have been to […]

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 […]

Review: Sasha by Rae Matthews

Posted 29 September, 2014 in Reviews / 2 Comments
Review: Sasha by Rae Matthews

Review: Recommended for: Chick lit fans and anyone who likes to see people find love from across the two sides of a bar. I don’t really know what to say about this book. There wasn’t anything that I explicitly disliked that I could put my finger on, but there wasn’t anything that I really loved, either. On paper, I should love this book. I love lighthearted humor. I love sarcastic and sassy heroines. I love male heroes that aren’t tortured and are genuinely good guys. But maybe my issue was with the execution? There was a bit of humor. It […]