OMG. Temporary Boyfriend (Review)

Review: This book was exactly what I needed to get out of a book. Though, in the end, I ended up in a new one. Piper is such a sweet girl, one that you can easily relate to. Her life is one of business and dedication, and while those are great qualities, it also brings her down too. Matthew is just...gahhhhhhhhh. He's one of those characters you can't help but love inevitably. He's the perfect boyfriend, real or not, and so broken too. That's what ties it together, he's not perfect, and he's willing to be for everyone. Temporary Boyfriend took me on a journey of smiles, lust, drama, romance, and some laughter. I only wish I could have more! BLURB: Piper Madison can only think of one way t

VICIOUS, Baby. (Review)

4.5 Stars! I absolutely loved this one! I think what made it different from the regular insta hate books was the passion. When you read a book with as much passion as hatred like Vic and Em, you are caught off guard. Wanting one thing, but getting another, then enjoying the turnout in the end. I rooted for these two hard. The pain they had to overcome was a battle all in its own, but the love drilled deep that seeped through the cracks? That was the beauty, it's what I wanted from them. Very satisfied with this read! Blurb: Emilia They say love and hate are the same feelings experienced under different circumstances, and it’s true. The man who comes to me in my dreams also haunts me


The Unrequited blew me away! It is one of my only five star reviews this year, and at the top of that list. Sometime's you read a book that captures you, this is not the case. This book absolutely consumed my soul. From the very first page where the lost girl falls for the the ending that both mended and broke me in several ways. Broke me because when an unrequited love is returned, it's like the dark and bottomless cavernous chasm that ate you up finally lets light shine through. I'll admit it, there were moments I thought my heart would give up and deflate from the emotions flowing through me, but then there was that sliver of hope for these two, and it pumped once again. It wa

The Summer We Changed Review!

It was so sweet! And cute. And a-freaking-dorable. And, cute. Did I mention cute?! I mean, best friend books always grab at my heartstrings, especially since my hubs was my best friend first. There were so many great things about this book, but what I loved the most was the authenticity...and the humor. I'm a sap for comedy. Will was such a compassionate character. His love for his best friend is strong, but so was his fear. But in all honesty, who doesn't like batman! He's batman! He lost cool points for that. Tessa, she is a force. Her past didn't define her. And though she felt broken and believed it to be, she was strong and fearless. Obviously not in the love department, but in ma

Lessons in Corruption REVIEW

Ohf*ck!Ohf*ck!Ohf*ck!Ohf*ck!Ohf*ck!Ohf*ck!Ohf*ck!Ohf*ck! Like, seriously. It took me sooooooooo long to even conjure the words I feel for this book. Let's start off with, POPPA GARRRO. Yes, b*tches, I realize this book isn't about him. BUT he took me by my soul, I've had this feeling since he was introduced, that his book will be my favorite. Like, #heydaddy and all that jazz. Okay, now that I'm done physically drooling over a fictional character that screams DILF, let's get to the rest, yeah? I realize I'm an author, and should probably censor myself, but I can't help the emotions and passion I have for characters and books, so...I'll stay me, and you can just scroll if you don't like?

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