Planning Penelope – Erin Lockwood

[…] someone's best quality is also their worst. It's the most extreme parts of us that are extraordinary but can also be very unreliable   Summary Alex learned to control Penelope. To control the way she likes her coffee and where she goes to buy it, who is her roommate, who is her boyfriend… everything.... Continue Reading →

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Bared to You – Sylvia Day

  I must’ve wished for you so hard and so often you had no choice but to come true. Summary Eva Tramell, tired of her turbulent and traumatic past, starts a new life in New York. Living in a luxurious apartment with her best friend and starting a job she know she's going to love,... Continue Reading →

Raw – Belle Aurora

You can push a person to change, but the only time the change will stick is when it's something they want to achieve on their own. I am incredibly far from my comfort zone reviewing this book, but it was so bad I just had to talk about it. Summary Lexi didn't have an easy... Continue Reading →

Spinning Silk – T. Cook

  This was the way with spiders. How were they always willing to begin building again, knowing full well their work would not last - no matter how laboriously, how painstakingly they had produced it? This was resilience. Summary Suri, a young girl, abandoned at birth, grew up in a household that did not like... Continue Reading →

Priest of Bones

  "After the war we came home. Sixty-five thousand battle shocked, trained killers came home to no jobs, no food and the plague. What the fuck did Her Majesty think was going to happen?" Summary After the vicious and bloody war ended, an army priest - Tomas Piety - finally comes back home. But everything... Continue Reading →

The Woman in the Window

  “And I stand there in the dark: cold, utterly alone, full of fear and something that feels like longing.” Summary Anna Fox is a prisoner in her own house. Captured by her mind, by the illness that isn't going to let her go outside. She relieves the boredom by drinking wine, watching old movies…... Continue Reading →

If We Were Villains

“Actors are by nature volatile—alchemic creatures composed of incendiary elements, emotion and ego and envy. Heat them up, stir them together, and sometimes you get gold. Sometimes disaster.”    Summary After ten years in jail Oliver Marks finally leaves his prison cell. Waiting for him is the same person who put him there, detective Colborne.... Continue Reading →

Morning Star (Red Rising #3)

Slavery is not peace. Freedom is peace. And until we have that , it is our duty to make war. Summary Tortured. Trapped in the darkness. Alone. Abandoned. Defeated. Darrow is nothing but a ghost of his former self. But he doesn't have the comfort of breaking. Not now, when the Rising needs its Reaper... Continue Reading →

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