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Excerpt: Still Me by Amy Patrick

Posted 15 October, 2014 in Features / 0 Comments
Excerpt: Still Me by Amy Patrick

So you guys know that I love the 20Something series by Amy Patrick, right? Well, I do. I’m still working on my review for the latest book in the series, Still Me, but I have a fun excerpt for you today! Title: Still Me Series: 20Something (Book #3) Author: Amy Patrick Release Date: October 10, 2014 Links: Goodreads, Amazon

Excerpt: The Beauty Series by Georgia Cates

Posted 13 October, 2014 in Features / 0 Comments
Excerpt: The Beauty Series by Georgia Cates

I read these three books so long ago, and they left such an imprint. They’re finally out in a boxed set/bundle, and I can’t wait to buy it and reread! Title: The Beauty Series (Beauty from Pain, Beauty from Surrender, Beauty from Love) Author: Georgia Cates Release Date: October 13, 2014 Links: Goodreads, Amazon

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 […]

Review + Excerpt: Slade by Adriane Leigh

Posted 29 September, 2014 in Features, Reviews / 1 Comment
Review + Excerpt: Slade by Adriane Leigh

  Review: Recommended for: People who like an element of suspense with their romance and aren’t turned off by a little BDSM. Loved this! The only thing I didn’t love was that I thought it was kind of weird how many things in this book were compared to chocolate. But I love chocolate, so I kind of get how everything good can remind you of it. Also, I’ve read Wild, but not Ridge, so all of the interactions with Ridge kind of confused me. Not a big deal, especially since where Wild was a pretty big (although still a side) […]