Monthly Archives: July 2014

Review: Pawn by Aimee Carter

Pawn by Aimee Carter is a dystopian young adult novel set in Washington D.C. I will admit that I primarily read Pawn because I liked the cover. The synopsis drew me in further. Plus I had read and enjoyed a few of Carter’s Goddess Test novels. I really liked Kitty Doe. I may not be able to identify with her situation but she is a […]

Blog Tour: Wild Iris Ridge

Welcome to my tour stop for Wild Iris Ridge by RaeAnne Thayne. This is an adult contemporary romance published by Harlequin. The tour runs July 21-31 with reviews, author interviews and guest posts. Make sure to check out the Tour Page & Schedule. Wild Iris Ridge by RaeAnne Thayne Release: July 2014 Imprint: Harlequin HQN ISBN: 978-0-373-77859-1 Pages: 352 Description: A big-city, high-powered advertising executive […]

Wither

Title: Wither (The Chemical Garden #1) Author: Lauren DeStefano Publisher: Simon & Schuster for Young Readers Publication Date: March 22nd 2011 Goodreads Summary: By age sixteen, Rhine Ellery has four years left to live. She can thank modern science for this genetic time bomb. A botched effort to create a perfect race has left all males with a lifespan of 25 years, and females with […]

Review: The Wicked Wolf by Kelly Apple

After The Wicked Woods I was more than ready to jump into the next installment. I didn’t love The Wicked Wolf by Kelly Apple as much as I did the first book in the series. It was still one seriously hot and engaging read. Just because a werewolf didn’t completely rock my socks doesn’t mean I’m any less thrilled to continue the series. There are […]

Rush

Title: Rush Author: Maya Banks Publisher: Berkley Publication Date: Feb 2013 Classification: Adult Novel Content: Mature Themes & Sexual Themes Summary from Goodreads: Gabe, Jace, and Ash: three of the wealthiest, most powerful men in the country. They’re accustomed to getting anything they want. Anything at all. For Gabe, it’s making one particular fantasy come true with a woman who was forbidden fruit. Now she’s […]