Monthly Archives: February 2016

Longbourn by Jo Baker *Stephanie’s Review*

When I first heard about Longbourn by Jo Baker, I was pretty excited. I interpreted it as Pride and Prejudice from the servants perspectives. Really it’s more about the servants in the Bennet home. Sarah had a family until she was six. When she was left on her own, she ended up in the poorhouse. From there she was brought to Longbourn as a maid. […]

Captivated by You by Sylvia Day *Alexa’s Review*

The books in this series really surprised me over the years with how much I really loved them and how much the crazy balls to the wall storyline of their love worked for me. I don’t know what it is about this drama filled relationship but I keep coming back for more each time. I feel this book can almost effortlessly be broken down into […]

The Selection by Kiera Cass *Stephanie’s Review*

I freely admit that the reason I purchased The Selection by Kiera Cass is for the gorgeous “girl in a dress” cover. It was also getting a lot of hype at the time. I am pleased to say that there is also a pretty great plot to this book as well. America Singer is really kind of an average girl. She was born into a […]

How to Love by Katie Cotugno *Alexa’s Review*

I’m not even really sure where to start with this book. I had really high hopes for it because it sounded like a love story that had some bumps and then had a chance to start new. I was under the assumption that the characters were in their 20s when they reconnected instead of still teenagers and I feel that impression alone made this book […]