Best Reads of 2016

I’ve been seeing these lists pop up everywhere, so I thought I’d pitch in my two cents. I haven’t read as many books as I would like this year, but the following are books that stayed with me, and impacted me in an unforgettable way. These are page-turners I couldn’t put down, emotional roller coasters…

Book Review: Sparrow by L.J.Shen

  SPARROW, the caged lovebird of a ruthless ‘fixer’, is feisty, sassy and knows how to throw a punch. She is the latest conquest and forced bride of Troy Brennan, a man on a mission. One night, Troy kidnaps Sparrow and forces her into a sham marriage of convenience. Tongues wag, sparks fly, and inevitable…

Review: The Girl in the Ice by Robert Bryndza

I devour books. Sometimes one or two 300+ page novels in a week. At any one time, I’ll be reading 4-5 novels simultaneously. I’m a bit ADHD that way. So it takes quite a lot for me to stick with one book and finish it from cover to cover in a matter of days. If…

It Ends With All Of Us

Dear Mrs. Hoover, Your newest release, It Ends With Us, was not just a book to me. It wasn’t good. It was phenomenal. It wasn’t a page-turner. It was a I’m-crying-so-hard-I-can’t-see-the-pages-anymorer. It wasn’t powerful. It was I-was-just-bulldozed-by-a-semi-save-me-now. This book made me feel so much pain I wanted to rip it to shreds. I wanted to bury it in…

Waking Olivia by Elizabeth O’Roark: my review 

‘Waking Olivia’ is the first book I’ve ever read by Elizabeth O’Roark and I loved every second of it. It was a unique contemporary romance with just the right amount of angst and drama to keep me hooked. I read it for free through Kindle Unlimited and finished it in a week. I love Will;…