Category: 5 stars

{Book Review} OFF THE ICE by Julie Cross

{Book Review} OFF THE ICE by Julie Cross

Claire O’Conner left the town of Juniper Falls far behind when she got accepted to Northwestern University to follow of her dreams on the big stage. When her father undergoes serious surgery, she returns—and with her the memories of what happened the night before she left. I loved the chemistry […]

{Book Review} THE ARTISANS by Julie Reece

{Book Review} THE ARTISANS by Julie Reece

I love Julie Reece’s work. Needless to say, One Summer With Autumn is one of my favorite books of all time. I love the enemies to lovers romance and wanted to read more of her writing. When Julie offered to send me another one of her books when I participated […]

{Book Review} NEXIS by A.L. DAVROE

{Book Review} NEXIS by A.L. DAVROE

I let this book sit on my shelf far too long. It was an impulse buy with some Christmas money last year and an extremely good decision. Ellani Drexel hated the game that rewarded her father a spot in the Aristocracy. She was a Natural living in a world of […]

{Audiobook Review} DELIRIUM by Lauren Oliver

{Audiobook Review} DELIRIUM by Lauren Oliver

To be honest, this isn’t the first time that I tried listening to this audiobook. WHAT WAS WRONG WITH ME? This book was so good! I listened to most of it, except for the last two chapters. No earphones and public decency begged me to sit on the floor of […]

{Book Review} COME BACK TO ME by Mila Gray

{Book Review} COME BACK TO ME by Mila Gray

My throat is sore from shouting “No!” a billion times over toward the end of the book. This book stole my heart. With the busy Christmas season, I picked it up and didn’t have time to read more than a few chapters. When I finally had the time to sit […]

{Book Review} LOVE ME NEVER by Sara Wolf

{Book Review} LOVE ME NEVER by Sara Wolf

I am Isis Blake. Okay, we’re not exactly alike, but I connected easily with her. First, thank you, Sara Wolf, for outlining what it’s like to lose a ton of weight in those dreaded years of high school. I lost sixty pounds from my eighth grade year to my tenth […]

{Book Review} UNDER ROSE-TAINTED SKIES by Louise Gornall

{Book Review} UNDER ROSE-TAINTED SKIES by Louise Gornall

I have strong opinions about mental illness, and Under Rose-Tainted Skies was a realistic, heartfelt depiction of what it’s like to live with OCD. I’m only rating it five stars because it’s not possible to give it more. There are so many stereotypes attached to OCD, and Louise Gornall tapped […]