• CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE,  ROMANCE

    [BOOK REVIEW] Beloved by Corinne Michaels (Salvation #1)

    It’s been a while since I first read Beloved -> February 2018 <- but this book is one of those that remains close to my heart. This book provided me with such a beautiful reading experience that it’s one that I won’t forget. I wrote a review for it back on my old blog and also posted it to my Goodreads page. I feel like talking about this book yet again, so I thought it’d be a good idea to post my review on this book on Melissa’s fandom world as well. Something I can tell you up front: If you’re into contemporary romance, this is a MUST-READ! Men suck.…

  • YA HISTORICAL FICTION,  YOUNG ADULT

    [BOOK REVIEW] the Valiant by Lesley Livingston (the Valiant #1)

    In order to prepare myself for the buddy read of the Defiant next month, I really wanted to re-read the Valiant in January. I ended up doing a buddy read with a friend of mine – Marie over @mixed_matched_socks on Instagram. She wanted to read the book for a while now and by buddy reading it, we could motivate each other and talk about the book whilst reading it so that’s a win-win right?! I think so haha. We finished reading the book yesterday and I couldn’t pass up on the opportunity of telling you guys how I feel about it. Princess. Captive. Gladiator. Fallon is the daughter of a…

  • CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE,  SPORTS ROMANCE

    [BOOK REVIEW – BLOGTOUR] Forward Progress by S.R. Grey (Men of Fall #1)

    Today’s RELEASE DAY for Forward Progress so that means it’s my turn to share my review on the book since I’m a participant in this amazing blog tour. I discovered S.R. Grey’s books a couple of years ago when I came across Destiny on Ice, the first book in the Boys of Winter series, and I was immediately Hooked on this author’s writing. I devoured every single book I’ve read by her since. I was looking forward so much to reading Forward Progress ever since the author announced there was going to be some sort of spin-off series of Boys of Winter. And this time it would be a sports…

  • CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE,  ROMANCE

    [BOOK REVIEW] Until we’re more by Cindi Madsen

    So, this was my second Cindi Madsen book that I’ve read. I have to say that I was a bit skeptical beforehand and I didn’t really know what to expect of this one, since the first book that I read by this author, a book of another series- getting lucky number 7 – got a 3-star rating – which is good though, but it didn’t blow my mind back then. But since Cindi is one of the RARE London 19 authors and she’s published by Entangled which is a favorite publisher of mine, I wanted to read more books by her and then I got the opportunity to read an…

  • PARANORMAL/FANTASY ROMANCE

    [BOOK REVIEW] Mark of Truth by Graceley Knox (Wicked Kingdoms #1)

    I’m a sucker when it comes to stories set in Fae-lands. On top of that, this book was promoted by one of my favorite authors who writes about Fae’s herself, Amelia Hutchins, and I was a goner; I had to buy and read this book! Ever Leath, leader of the deadliest crew within the Magical Enforcement and Containment Agency’s ranks, has always known she’s a half-breed—until a visit from her estranged mother changes everything. She’s determined to marry Ever off for political gain, no matter the consequences—even if it means Ever’s life. Searching for the truth leads to disturbing doubts about Ever’s heritage, and just as answers appear, so does…

  • PARANORMAL/FANTASY ROMANCE

    [BOOK REVIEW] Seasons of Sorcery, a Fantasy anthology by Amanda Bouchet, Grace Draven, Jeffe Kennedy & Jennifer Estep

    Back in November this fantasy anthology was released – November 13th – and today is the day I’ll be sharing my reviews/thoughts/feelings on the four short stories inside this Fantasy anthology. One of the authors, Amanda Bouchet, approached me and asked if I’d be interested in reviewing this anthology that she had co-written alongside 3 other authors: Grace Draven, Jeffe Kennedy and Jennifer Estep. Of course I accepted immediately because 1. It’s Amanda Bouchet and I want to read everything that she writes – yes, even down to her grocery list 😉 I am that obsessed with her amazing writing, lol. 2. I already read and loved some of Grace…

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