Text Me on Tuesday (An Accidentally in Love Story #1) by Whitney Dineen and Melanie Summers

“You can’t fall out of love quicker than you fall into it. If anything, it’s harder to fall out of love because you have all of those beautiful memories of when life was wonderful. You know what you’re missing” Such a quick and fun read! Whitney Dineen is so amazing at writing and sucking you into the pages. I laughed so many times while reading this book! The only thing I didn’t like was the slip up in names during the initial texting. I felt that Aimee should have caught it immediately. Continue reading Text Me on Tuesday (An Accidentally in Love Story #1) by Whitney Dineen and Melanie Summers

The Buy-In (Graham Brothers #1) by Emma St. Clair

“In a relationship, sometimes one person needs more help and support than the other. At another time, it may flip. And still other times, it might be totally equal give-and-take. For now, you need support and I’m freely giving it.” If I could give this more than 5 stars, I easily would! This book was so cute and so difficult to put down. As with all her books, Emma St. Clair has a gift for writing books that suck you in within the first chapter and leave you wanting more at the end. I love Pat’s impulsivity and that once … Continue reading The Buy-In (Graham Brothers #1) by Emma St. Clair

Drive Me Daisy (Bloomin’ Psychic #3) by Annabel Chase

“Don’t let pride stop you from giving yourself what you need. It’s self-defeating.” I love that in this book, Mia is learning how to stand up for herself and not discount her feelings. Watching her evolve in her dealings with her mother is great to see. I hope there is more regarding this relationship in future books! This book was slow for me. It wasn’t quite as engaging as the previous two but I still enjoyed it. I liked the way the mystery had a little more relevance in Mia’s life with regards to the witch aspect of it. The … Continue reading Drive Me Daisy (Bloomin’ Psychic #3) by Annabel Chase

Life’s a Birch (Bloomin’ Psychic #2) by Annabel Chase

“Mia, you need to set aside your years of brainwashing,” Patrick said. “You are not normal.”“Gee, thanks.”He patted my arm. “That’s a compliment, sweetie. Normal is overrated.” This is a great follow up to Petal to the Metal! Life’s a Birch really starts to explore Mia’s talents and abilities as well as her concept of “reality”. She is developing a little more self confidence and belief in herself. Of course, solving murders can also help with that 😉 Continue reading Life’s a Birch (Bloomin’ Psychic #2) by Annabel Chase

Raised in Fire (Fire and Ice #1) by K. F. Breene

I discovered this author through her Leveling Up series which I adore. However, I was disappointed with this series. Now, I have only read book 1 so I am hoping books 2 and 3 are better. I do enjoy the main character of this book, Reagan. She’s a badass woman who is used to doing things on her own and knows that the only person she can fully trust and rely on is herself. I love the relationships she has with others and I love her self-motivation. Darius annoyed me more than anyone else in this book. I’m glad that … Continue reading Raised in Fire (Fire and Ice #1) by K. F. Breene

Fugly by Claire Waller

Please note, I received a copy of this e-book and exchange for an honest review. Thank you NetGalley! Please be aware that this review will contain spoilers. One of my favorite things about this book, was that I was actively trying to predict what was going to happen next, and I was usually wrong. For the longest time, I was convinced that “Tori” would end up being Amy. Honestly, I’m still kind of surprised that it wasn’t. And then when it became extremely obvious that it wasn’t going to work out, I thought it might be Brat. I will say … Continue reading Fugly by Claire Waller

Permanent Record by Mary H.K. Choi

“Wait, who are you, man?” -Ross This is a question that everyone has been asked at some point in their life. Not necessarily by someone specific, but at least by themselves. And at different points in life, that answer changes. Is Pablo a college dropout? Is he the boyfriend of a teen celebrity? Is he a social media sensation? Or is he a normal young man, trying to find his place in the world? Pablo has a situation that many young people find themselves in, massive student loans, credit card debt, and no strong sense of what they want to … Continue reading Permanent Record by Mary H.K. Choi

I’ll Be There For You: The One About Friends by Kelsey Miller

At the time, Friends was an incredible advancement in television culture. Even though not every part has aged well, you can still see the cultural advancements where they were. Lesbian wedding, surrogacy, single motherhood, etc. These were not topics that were typically broached in 90s television. Granted, a lot of the jokes are now outdated, and some are now considered offensive, but many parts of Friends still lives on today. On the air for a decade, with reruns still going 15+ years later, it is rare that you will find someone who has not heard of Ross, Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, … Continue reading I’ll Be There For You: The One About Friends by Kelsey Miller

Saving Zoë by Alyson Noel

One of my favorite aspects of Book of the Month is that you can add extra books to your monthly box for a very reasonable cost. When I saw Saving Zoë, I knew I needed to add it to my box, and I am so glad I did. Read along at your own risk for spoilers! Overall, I was very happy with this book. While it is mostly superficial, it did delve a little into potential dangerous circumstances that surround teenagers: drugs, alcohol, sex, meeting strangers, and all of the risks that go along with these topics. I would have liked … Continue reading Saving Zoë by Alyson Noel

Mind Games by Shana Silver

This was such an amazing book! Read at your own caution for potential spoilers! Mind Games is a sci-fi book where the main character sells memories. I love the idea that our memories are backed up to a cloud system where we can access them at anytime. Rather than saving photos, you can save full memories instead. To me, this isn’t outside of the realm of possibility, as is the danger that can come with it. If you make the wrong person mad, and they know how to hack, say goodbye to your memories. This creates a huge ethical issue, … Continue reading Mind Games by Shana Silver