Tag: new adult


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: Still Yours by Amy Patrick

Posted 24 September, 2014 in Reviews / 5 Comments
Review: Still Yours by Amy Patrick

Review: Read my review for book 1, Channel 20Something, here. Recommended for: Anyone who’s dreamed of Wesley telling them, “as you wish.” Also, second-chance romance fans. First of all, let’s talk about this social network/dating site. StillYours.com. So much cuter, so much better, than whatever Tinder or Dice (although this was a hilarious New Girl episode) means. I’m a techy gal at heart, owning no less than 4 unused domain names right now just because I liked the names. I’m also a marketing gal, and I can just picture the TV ads for StillYours.com. It would have been an amazing marketing stunt to actually […]

Review: Perfectly Broken by Prescott Lane

Posted 19 September, 2014 in Reviews / 8 Comments
Review: Perfectly Broken by Prescott Lane

Review: Recommended for: pie aficionados, Creole crazies, and anyone who likes stories of broken people putting themselves back together again. Read an excerpt here. “Pick up the pieces and put me back together again.” So that’s from a Canadian musical TV show I used to watch when it came on after Degrassi (back when it was good and had Drake on it), but this book kept making me think of it. It really says something that this book could be so deep and so emotional, yet also so funny. If you can’t tell, I decided to focus on the funny […]