#review Christine, by Stephen King 4stars

MY REVIEW: The last few King books that I’ve read have come up a little short, so for me, Christine was a great reminder of how much I really do enjoy Stephen King’s writing! The premise is a little odd, not something that I would normally read. But, thanks to a reading group and a…

#review #5stars Heir of Fury, by Jinna S. Bazzar #NextChapterPub

MY REVIEW, 5 stars: Heir of Fury is the final installment in the Fosh trilogy, (but let’s not forget about The Curse, which is sort of a prequel to the series) and it’s executed perfectly! Talk about a powerful wrap of Roxanne Fosh’s tale. It’s been a while since I read the first two books,…

#review The Kiss Thief, by LJ Shen #Kindleunlimited

MY REVIEW: LJ Shen has a real nack for putting together male roles who are rich, powerful, arrogant, and quite frankly complete assholes. Ones that you LOVE to hate for that matter, and despite how big of dicks they are, you still somehow manage to root for their love and swoon over the way their…

Lullaby of Flames, by Candace Robinson #5stars #review

MY REVIEW: This bite sized delight is such a blast. Talk about thought provoking!! Cori is a teen girl, who’s a bit of an outcast. Which is silly, even to her, because her personality is dynomite. She’s secure, down to earth, comfortable with herself, and packed with quick wit. When she comes upon a strange…

#review #5stars Hopeless, by Colleen Hoover #CoHort

MY REVIEW: Yep, Colleen Uglycrymaker Hoover has done it again! The last couple of books of hers that I read left me a little disappointed. Not because they weren’t good, they were still amazing, but because they didn’t live up to the first few that I completely lost myself in. It Ends With Us has…