Category Archives: Book Reviews

Book Review: Forgotten Souls by Tiffany King

Forgotten Souls, a sequel to Meant to Be, is clearly a gateway into the next book in the series. I will say that I enjoyed it, just not as much as Meant to Be. King does an excellent job further … Continue reading

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Book Review: Violet Midnight By Allie Burke

A paranormal romance novel, Violet Midnight is captivating and surprisingly mysterious. Allie Burke leaves the reader reaching for more information consistently, but in a “this is so good, I want more” kind of way. A paranormal romance novel about a … Continue reading

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Book Review: Meant To Be By Tiffany King

Tiffany King intertwines romance and paranormal beautifully in her debut novel Meant to Be. It’s not your typical romance novel, in a good way. You won’t want to put this one down! Krista is a smart teenager with high sensitivity … Continue reading

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Book Review: Thomas Amo – An Apple For Zoë ~ The Forsaken

An Apple for Zoë by Thomas Amo engages its reader from the very beginning. It’s a true crime novel with some terrifying concepts developing the more you delve into the text.  You’re thrown directly into a crime scene to start, … Continue reading

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Book Review: John Irving – A Widow for One Year

*Warning: This may contain spoilers* John Irving has yet to disappoint me with his novels!  A Widow for One Year was a lot heftier than previous novels I’ve picked up from him, but it was definitely worth the extra time … Continue reading

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Review – Yeah Dave’s Guide to Livin’ the Moment: Getting to Ecstasy through Wine, Chocolate, and your iPod Playlist

Yeah Dave’s Guide by David Romanelli landed into my hands most unexpectedly, but at precisely the right moment.  Normally, I would scoff at the idea of reading a self-help book.  “Yeah Dave”, Romanelli himself, changed my opinion of self-help books … Continue reading

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Review – a curious incident of the dog in the night-time

I opened a curious incident of the dog in the night without any idea as to what I was about to encounter.  Immediately thrust into a murder scene, I was already pondering many situations that would provoke such an attack.  The … Continue reading

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