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Book Review: Protecting His Pregnant Partner by Leslie North

Book Review: Protecting His ..

It’s been a minute since I’ve reviewed a Leslie North book and I’m not sure why because when it comes to romance books, I absolutely love hers. Like I’ve said before – not big on romance, but certain authors are must-reads for me and Leslie North is one of them. Protecting His Pregnant Partner is […]

Posted 06/29/2022
Book Review: Never Say Never by Justine Manzano

Book Review: Never Say Never..

Again, I’m not really a huge romance fan. Yes, I like the genre, I just tend to read other genres before I read romance. I’m really not a big fan of “YA Romance” – for some reason I just don’t care much for it. But Never Say Never? Yeah, I’m definitely a fan of this […]

Posted 06/28/2022
Book Review: The Deep by Nick Cutter

Book Review: The Deep by Nic..

When Brandon did one of his “here are some disturbing/creepy/horror books I read recently” videos and described The Deep, I knew I had to check it out. Before I get into the actual review a couple of trigger warnings that I found – descriptions of gore, childhood trauma, child abuse, animal abuse, animal death, child […]

Posted 06/27/2022
Book Review: Out of Crisis by Richard Caldwell

Book Review: Out of Crisis b..

I have to admit, I don’t like politics. I find them to be far too divisive and honestly, they get boring after a while. Which is why I have no clue why I enjoy political thrillers as much as I do. For some reason, they are one of my favorite types of book to read. […]

Posted 06/26/2022
Book Review: Everyday Monsters by Travis Betz

Book Review: Everyday Monste..

Everyday Monsters is a cute, OK read, in my opinion. It wasn’t great, but it wasn’t terrible either. Allow me to explain: I’m going to deviate from the way I’ve done the last few reviews because, well, there’s a lot going on. For one, there are just too many characters that end up being central […]

Posted 06/24/2022
Book Review: The Sacrifice of Lester Yates by Robin Yocum

Book Review: The Sacrifice o..

I know my last couple of reviews have been romance novels, but this time, I’m pulling out a mystery/thriller for you. I’ve been a fan of mysteries and thrillers for years and if you look back at my review history, you’ll see that I’ve reviewed my fair share of them. So today I’m bringing you […]

Posted 06/23/2022
Book Review: Blending Chords by Amy Kaybach

Book Review: Blending Chords..

Ok, so again, we all know that I don’t read a ton of romance books. Namely because I usually don’t care much for them. But there are certain types of romance books that I enjoy, and a good rockstar romance is one of them. So of course I was going to read the second book […]

Posted 06/19/2022
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Book Review: Bridging the Silence by Amy Kaybach

Book Review: Bridging the Si..

Ok, I know, it’s another romance novel. But here’s the thing – romance novels get me out of reading slumps and it’s not just a romance novel. This is a rockstar romance novel. Now, I know you probably can’t tell from the looks of my blog, but I love rock music and listen to everything […]

Posted 03/18/2022
The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

The Silent Patient by Alex M..

Holy Fricking Crap. That’s me putting this nicely. Why did I wait so long to read this book? Why did I not read it back when it first came out? Because seriously, I shouldn’t have. I really shouldn’t have. I’m going to start with a character assessment. Theo Faber: I truly liked him. He’s one […]

Posted 10/22/2019
The Testaments by Margaret Atwood

The Testaments by Margaret A..

If you want to see inflammatory reviews, just go look at the reviews for The Testaments on Goodreads. Several people have panned the book majorly, stating that the book wasn’t necessary. I’m here to tell you that while those people might feel The Handmaid’s Tale was fine as it was, it really wasn’t. What those […]

Posted 09/22/2019