Serenity Harbor by RaeAnne Thayne *Stephanie’s Review*

When I was given the opportunity to read and review Serenity Harbor by RaeAnne Thayne I jumped on the chance. I had read and really enjoyed Snowfall on Haven Point and I was eager to continue the series. I was a little worried about Serenity Harbor because in the first 50 pages or so we find out that the book features not one but two […]

The Originals: The Rise Blog Tour & Giveaway *Bianca’s Review*

Welcome to my tour stop for The Originals: The Rise created by Julie Plec. From the creator of The Originals, the hit spin-off television show of The Vampire Diaries, come three never-before-released prequel stories featuring The Original vampire family. This tour runs January 12th-30th and it will consist of reviews, special content and spotlights. Check out the tour page for the full schedule.   I have mad love for The […]

In Your Dreams by Kristan Higgins *Stephanie’s Review*

In Your Dreams by Kristan Higgins is the stuff that contemporary romances are made of. Higgins stuffs her books full of romance, humor, and characters that are super easy to invest in. I’ve wanted Jack Holland to have his own book since The Best Man. Jack is the big brother that everyone wants. Emmaline has got to be my favorite heroine yet. She’s sweet and […]

Review: The Marriage Pact by Linda Lael Miller

The Marriage Pact by Linda Lael Miller was a fun, light, and tug at your heartstrings contemporary romance. Miller establishes quite a small town in Mustang Creek. Hadleigh easily won my approval. That girl went through quite a lot in her short amount of years. Hadleigh is clearly a fighter. She’s taken over her grandmother’s shop and is doing something she loves. Not only is […]

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 […]