Guest Book Review: Oliver’s Hunger (Scanguards Vampires #7) by Tina Folsom
Oliver’s Hunger was a great read for me because of the action and romance between Oliver and Ursula. I think that Ursula was a perfect match for Oliver in that she is able to comfort him and care for him in ways that his vampire family are unable. I have always loved Tina Folsom’s books and the Scanguards Vampire series especially. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who loves vampires and romance.
July 2, 2013
Guest Book Review: Wanderlust by Skye Warren
I loved this book more than words can say. It brought so many emotions to the forefront; everything from excitement, to fear, to lust, and finally love. The characters are enigmatic and the plotline is fresh and exciting – plus a bit dark, just how I like it. I can’t even count how many people I have recommended it to.
January 27, 2013
Guest Review: Pushing the Limits (Pushing the Limits #1) by Katie McGarry
I laughed, I cried and I literally had this book glued to my fingers from page one. I have never read a book so fast (only 4 hours!) and I can honestly say that I will read it again, which I also don't do. It is not only my favorite contemporary, but my favorite book thus far. 5 stars are not nearly enough. Katie McGarry is pure awesome sauce. I need the next one like yesterday. It was THE book of 2012 for me!
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