Book Blog, Books Reviews, YA Fiction

Hayley’s Review of “Frat Girl” By Kiley Roache

By: Hayley Green “Frat Girl by Kiley Roache is a chick-lit book about a rebel. Cassie Miller is a girl who has aspirations to go off to her dream college in California. In order to do that, she needs to get a scholarship. The one she’s applied for needs her to propose a research project… Continue reading Hayley’s Review of “Frat Girl” By Kiley Roache

Book Blog, Books Reviews

Hayley’s Review of “Fallen Too Far” by Abbi Glines

By: Hayley Green This book is a spicy romance that made me want to read a lot more of her work. I was introduced to Abbi’s work through her book Until Friday Night which I wrote a review for. It was a fairly good YA book that I enjoyed. However, it doesn’t hold a candle… Continue reading Hayley’s Review of “Fallen Too Far” by Abbi Glines

Book Blog, Books Reviews

Cait’s Review of “Gone Girl” by Gillian Flynn

By: Cait Marie I was very late to the Gone Girl train. The book was released in 2012 and the movie was released in 2014. I never saw the movie because I wanted to read the book first. Well, for four years I managed to avoid spoilers of the ending! I’m very proud of that.… Continue reading Cait’s Review of “Gone Girl” by Gillian Flynn

Adult Fiction, Book Blog, Books Reviews

Christopher’s Review of “Red Clocks” by Leni Zumas

By: Christopher Bartlett As the new year was rung in, I joined The Book of The Month Club and my first pick from them was Red Clocks by Leni Zumas. One of the main selling points of the book for me was that it depicts a world where Roe vs Wade has been revoked, as… Continue reading Christopher’s Review of “Red Clocks” by Leni Zumas

Book Blog, Books Reviews, YA Fiction

Cait’s Review of “War Storm” by Victoria Aveyard

By: Cait Marie War Storm is the fourth and final book in the Red Queen series. If you read my last book haul, you know how excited I was for this book. You also know that I was able to go to the book tour and meet Victoria Aveyard! To read about that whole experience,… Continue reading Cait’s Review of “War Storm” by Victoria Aveyard

Book Blog, Books Reviews, YA Fiction

Manuela’s Review of “A Monster Calls” by Patrick Ness

By: Manuela Soares A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness Inspired by an idea from Siobhan Dowd Illustrations by Jim Kay “Stories don’t always have happy endings.”   Heart-wrenching. Tear-jerking. Soul crushing. Incredible. This story is all those and so much more. Inspired by Siobhan Dowd, Patrick Ness has crafted a story that will tear your… Continue reading Manuela’s Review of “A Monster Calls” by Patrick Ness

Book Blog, Books Reviews, YA Fiction

Cait’s Review of “Leah on the Offbeat” by Becky Albertalli

By: Cait Marie I have been struggling to write this review for days. Leah on the Offbeat, Becky Albertalli’s newest release, came out last week and I had been waiting months for it. It. Was. Wonderful. I love Albertalli’s books. You all know I’m obsessed with Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda, well, this is… Continue reading Cait’s Review of “Leah on the Offbeat” by Becky Albertalli

Book Blog, Books Reviews, YA Fiction

Hayley’s Review of “The Selection” by Kiera Cass

By: Hayley Green There will be spoilers at the end of this review that are marked clearly. Stop reading if you want to know what happens by reading it. Do you remember when The Hunger Games came out and for several months afterwards Hunger Games knockoffs were being published? This falls into this category. Sure,… Continue reading Hayley’s Review of “The Selection” by Kiera Cass

Promoted Books

Closure

Author: Sylvia Stein Find the book here! Synopsis: Garrison James had it all. A terrific home life and a loving family. Together, he and his wife built a successful ranch and construction company. His world changed the day he lost his wife to cancer. He turned to the bottle and became a monster. Sara, his… Continue reading Closure

Promoted Books

A Mentor and Her Muse

Author: Susan Sage Find the book here!Synopsis: A frustrated writer and her ambitious teenage protégé take an illicit summer road trip fraught with tension. Their journey takes them from Flint, Michigan throughout the Southeast. This compelling psychological novel about social norms, artistic ambition, and obsession. You can find more information about A Mentor and Her… Continue reading A Mentor and Her Muse