Review: Undeniably Chosen: A Significance Novel (Volume 6) By Shelly Crane

Review: Undeniably Chosen: A Significance Novel (Volume 6) By Shelly Crane

Ava Jacobson has a great life. She’s going to college, has a job and a career path. To top it off she is surrounded by an amazingly special, tight knit family that supports and loves her, including her parents Caleb and Maggie. But there is something missing. Ava has lived most of her life waiting for one thing. Her significant. The one person in the world that will make her life whole, make her complete. Seth Watson has had a rough life. Adopted at a young age, the less...


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Review: Barbara the Slut and Other People by Lauren Holmes

Review: Barbara the Slut and Other People by Lauren Holmes

Barbara the Slut is a collection of ten short stories that explore sex, emotions, relationships, and many points in between. In “Pearl and the Swiss Guy Fall in Love” a woman comes to the realization that she would rather spend time alone with her dog than with the fling whose charm has quickly worn off. In “Barbara the Slut” an ambitious, Princeton bound, young woman is forced to deal with the inequities of slut shaming, all because she likes sex. In “Desert Hearts” a law grad moves to San...


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5 Book Series That I Shamelessly Reread Over and Over

5 Book Series That I Shamelessly Reread Over and Over

A lot of people enjoy watching their favorite movie or tv show over and over. Me? Sure I enjoy that too (Spoiler alert…I am but a mere muggle after all), but what I really love is reading a series for the second, third, millionth time. Ok, maybe not literally a million but I’m sure you can catch my drift here. There is just nothing better than revisiting the characters you couldn’t get enough of the first time around. Really it’s like watching an incredibly long, amazing movie over again....


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Review: The Hollow by Jessica Verday

Review: The Hollow by Jessica Verday

Abbey is having a rough summer. Just months ago, her best friend Kristen disappeared at the bridge near Sleepy Hollow Cemetery and everyone is quick to assume she is dead. While Abbey is mourning the absence of her friend, she can’t help but hold out hope that she is still alive. It isn’t until she meets the mysterious yet handsome Caspian, at Kristen’s funeral, that she feels all is not lost. It’s clear that Caspian isn’t revealing something about himself but he makes Abbey, for the first time in...


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Review: Unearthly by Cynthia Hand

Review: Unearthly by Cynthia Hand

Sixteen year old, Clara, is no ordinary teenage girl. She’s an angel-blood, which makes her stronger and smarter than her human peers. But being an angel-blood isn’t all fun and games. It also means that Clara has a purpose, a task that she was put on earth to complete. When pieces of Clara’s purpose start coming to her in visions, she see’s that there is a fire in her future and in the middle of it all is a handsome stranger. The visions have her family packing up and...


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Review: Return of the Ascendant by Raine Thomas

Review: Return of the Ascendant by Raine Thomas

Kyra, a college junior, is starting her night like any other by getting ready to go to a frat party with her friends, Sam and Avana. But what starts out as a regular night, transforms into anything but when Kyra is attacked, only to be saved by a mysterious, handsome stranger known as TaeDane. To make matters even stranger, her friends seem to know her savior, who claims he is the bodyguard to the Ascendant of Alemetria. When Ty attempts to convince Kyra that she is the Ascendant he...


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Review: Stone Cold Touch (The Dark Elements #2) by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Review: Stone Cold Touch (The Dark Elements #2) by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Two weeks out from the crazy events of White Hot Kiss, Layla is not doing so great. Her more than just a friend, Roth, is in a place she doesn’t even want to think about and her relationship with Zayne is growing more complicated by the second. Add to that the fact that people are acting seriously crazy at school and you have the perfect recipe for a bad time. But the going can only be tough for so long. Things start looking up when Roth returns, but with...


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Review: Pretty Baby by Mary Kubica

Review: Pretty Baby by Mary Kubica

Heidi Wood is a humanitarian at heart. She works for a non-profit by day and has been known to save a feral cat or two by night. So when Heidi spots a, seemingly, homeless young girl and her baby at a train station her first inclination is to help. Heidi takes Willow in, despite the fact that she knows next to nothing about her or where she came from. Heidi’s husband, Chris, is naturally cautious and hesitant about the new additions to the household, but Heidi seems to be...


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Review: Magonia by Maria Dahvana Headley

Review: Magonia by Maria Dahvana Headley

Medical mystery, Aza Ray Boyle, is dying and no one really knows why. All the doctors do know is that that Aza is drowning in air. Days away from her sixteenth birthday, a milestone doctors said she wouldn’t live to see, things start getting weird. Aza starts seeing a ship in the sky and hearing voices calling her name. It all gets chalked up to a side effect of her medication, but Aza isn’t buying it. Her best friend/possibly more, Jason, is the only one who doesn’t brush off...


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