Tag: contemporary romance


Review: Play Me to Infinity by Carey Decevito

Posted 7 July, 2014 in Reviews / 1 Comment
Review: Play Me to Infinity by Carey Decevito

If you haven’t noticed yet, I’ve been eating up the Broken Men Chronicles. So, the first one was a little sad for me, but the second one was much more lighthearted, and Play me to Infinity replaced sadness with crazy people, which is always AWESOME in my book. I’m so sad that I’m caught up on the series. It’s like the feeling at the end of that Netflix binge when you realize that now you have to wait a whole seven days between episodes. What is this blasphemy? At least I only have to wait a few weeks, according to […]

Review: Almost Forgotten by Carey Decevito

Posted 26 June, 2014 in Reviews / 1 Comment
Review: Almost Forgotten by Carey Decevito

I really enjoyed the first book in the Broken Men Chronicles, Once Written, Twice Shy, a lot, but felt the heartbreak in that bummed me out. I can take a lot of sadness in a book, but prefer more lighthearted stuff. I cry easily and mostly read around other people, so sad books are bad, haha. So let me start this review by saying this book is not like that. Almost Forgotten was great! I can’t wait to read Play Me to Infinity after this. Second-chance love stories are probably one of my top three favorite tropes, and this one didn’t disappoint. […]

Review: Rusty Nailed by Alice Clayton

Posted 25 June, 2014 in Reviews / 3 Comments
Review: Rusty Nailed by Alice Clayton

Recommended for: People who like reading about friends becoming more, ridiculous comedy fans (think people named Barry Derry), banter fiends. Oh, the banter… My Review: Oh, Wallbanger and Mink Nightie Girl, how I missed thee. Excuse me, I need to catch my breath. Either from panting or cracking up. Because I was always doing one of the two while reading Rusty Nailed. Alice Clayton, you never disappoint! Wallbanger is one of those books that I reread at least once every few months. And every reread, I find more things that I find highlight-worthy. At this point, the entire book is highlighted. […]