Reflected in You (Crossfire #2) – Sylvia Day

Sometimes love's not enough. And if it's not enough, what good is it?   Summary Eva and Gideon's relationship is still very fresh, very fragile. And they seem to keep getting hit from every side. It might prove to be a bit too much. For both of them. Writing I enjoy Day's writing a lot.... Continue Reading →

Small Town Hearts – Lillie Vale

Success, or anything, really, doesn't come with a pushpin. You can't just stick a destination into a map and think there's just the one route that gets you there. And if you wind up right back where you started… well, that's okay, too. We get to come back from our mistakes. We have to believe... Continue Reading →

Bloodleaf – Crystal Smith

If they view witchcraft as a weapon, I must learn to wield it against them […] before they can use it against me.   Summary Princess Aurelia has been surrounded by death from the day she was born. It made her own people distrust her. Hate her, even. Now, she is forced to escape her... Continue Reading →

February Wrap Up

I thought my January was bad, but it turns out that February was exactly the same! Yaaaay! At least it wasn't worse, right? But now I am officially declaring that I am going to do better in March, so hold me accountable. Number of books I read: 6 Pages: 2376   The Stone's Heart –... Continue Reading →

Geekerella – Ashley Poston

My dad said that the impossible is only impossible if you don’t even try. So I want to try   Summary Starfield is Elle's entire life. Her father introduced her to this sci-fi TV show when she was a kid, and she loved it ever since. So when a cosplay contest for a new Starfield... Continue Reading →

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 →

January Wrap Up

So! I am doing my first wrap up! Somehow I managed to finish 6 books in January, which definitely isn't the most impressive feat, but considering how insane this month was, I would say I did pretty well. Never Far – It was the first book I've read this month (and this year… what a disappointing... Continue Reading →

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