In this prequel to #1 New York Times bestselling phenomenon They Both Die at the End, two new strangers spend a life-changing day together after Death-Cast first makes their fateful calls. It’s the night before Death-Cast goes live, and there’s one question on everyone’s mind: Can Death-Cast actually predict when someone will die, or… Continue reading REVIEW: The First To Die At The End by Adam Silvera
A surly gentleman and his overworked clerk fake a relationship in this swoonworthy Regency romance from Annabelle Greene. William Hartley’s wealth and social standing often make up for his short temper, but they can’t cure his claustrophobia. He’d lost hope of finding help for it, until meeting Josiah Balfour. In a moment of panic, Josiah’s presence… Continue reading REVIEW: The Servant and the Gentleman by Annabelle Greene
Release Blitz, Excerpt & Giveaway: Tell Me Our Story By Anyta Sunday Icy, standoffish Jonathan Hart always turned towards that laugh. Full-throated, uninhibited, addictive. Soft smiles encouraging him over swing bridges. Hearty chuckles dancing around a ballroom. Wobbly grins. Double-glances. Eyes that brightened the world. His world. From the moment he met David O’Hara, Jonathan… Continue reading Release Blitz: Tell Me Our Story by Anyta Sunday
It's been a month! Let me tell ya! So ... As I'm taking November off... I'm going to post some quick reviews of books I've been able to read in the past little while! Summer Sons by Lee Mandelo: Wow! I mean, of course I was going to buy this book when I read it… Continue reading REVIEW: Review Roundup!
The Official Description: Wen Devante is Insta famous with a massive following and a flare for fashion. At almost 18, they have already published a book on gender nonconformity, released several songs on Spotify and appeared on television. During the first wave of Covid-19 lockdown, they reach out to an unsuspecting Kaye, one of their… Continue reading REVIEW: Billions of Beautiful Hearts by Kevin Craig
Book blurb: Gwen When I stroll into my job interview at a prestigious PR firm in D.C., the last thing I expect is my teenage fling, the sexy and enigmatic Mac, behind the desk. The firm's newest client is a woman running against the incumbent President of the United States, and I want this… Continue reading COVER REVEAL! Undisclosed by Liza Gaines!
Sometimes I manage to fit in books that I just want to read rather than ones that I have been provided by a publisher. (Not that I'm complaining!) I think I will include some of my short reviews in a monthly post! Shadows You Left by Taylor Brooke & Jude Sierra: I came… Continue reading QUICK REVIEWS: May 2019
The descriptive bit: It's Reuben Graham's birthday and he's being dragged out to the wilderness for a retreat. When his friends bail at the last-minute, he decides to head on the trip by himself. His guide is local, Toby Kooly. Reuben notices quickly that Toby is attractive, fun, interesting ... and way too young for him. On… Continue reading REVIEW: Arctic Wild by Annabeth Albert
The descriptive bit: Camilo is a Cuban-American social worker in NYC. His boss has given him a thousand dollar ticket to a gala and he's planning to have a good time at the complimentary bar. What he isn't expecting is to meet Tom and end up having a sizzling one-night encounter with him. When Camilo… Continue reading REVIEW: American Fairytale by Adriana Herrera
"The Empress Game" by Rhonda Mason is a great read. It's been a long time since I picked up a book and had to read through in only a few sittings because I didn't want to put it down. This is a book that will make you long for rainy days and free time to… Continue reading Review: The Empress Game
Ken Follett's much-loved novel "World Without End" was made into a mini-series. It can be difficult to capture the depth of a novel; a challenge to find the same pace and ability to build character. This mini-series is spot-on. If you need a little bit of excitement to entice you well - there are epic… Continue reading “World Without End”: Epic Mini Series