Tag: 3 stars

{Book Review} SOLVING FOR EX by LeighAnn Kopans

{Book Review} SOLVING FOR EX by LeighAnn Kopans

Who doesn’t love math? Okay, I know the answer to that question is a lot of people, but Ashley Price loved math—lived, breathed, spoke, and dreamt of derivatives and imaginary numbers. Honestly, that was what what got my attention. Everyone loves a nerd romance, but I haven’t read many where math is […]

{Book Review} What I Thought Was True by Huntley Fitzpatrick

{Book Review} What I Thought Was True by Huntley Fitzpatrick

“Like the ocean, no one owns the sky.” Gwen Castle lives on Seashell Island, a tourist attraction most commonly inhabited by the rich community across the bridge. Her summers aren’t usually spent on the beach, though, rather serving tables at her father’s small restaurant or helping her mother take care […]

{Book Review} Fairy Keeper By Amy Bearce

{Book Review}  Fairy Keeper By Amy Bearce

In the world of Aluvia having a fairy mark means that you are one of the chosen to help establish the financial stability of the land, collecting nectar for healers and dealers. When her devilish father uses her for his own gain Sierra doesn’t protest, but when he tries to […]

{Book Review} The Young Elites by Marie Lu

{Book Review}  The Young Elites by Marie Lu

Adelina Amouteru lives with the mark she received when the plague hit her town. Her sister, Violetta, does not show any marks from the plague that took their mother and their father’s love. For years she has been struggling to please her father, a man who constantly berates her, and […]

{Blog Tour | Review} Faith Seekers by Sherry Rossman

{Blog Tour | Review}  Faith Seekers by Sherry Rossman

Every time the opportunity to indulge in an inspirational read occurs, I go for it.  Although, Faith Seekers was a bit different than what I expected, it was an interesting read.  Centered around the life of Hannah and the journey that she and her family have to take, plus the life events that […]

{Book Review} The Body Electric by Beth Revis

{Book Review} The Body Electric by Beth Revis

Ella Shepherd lives a life after war. The Secessionary War, which established peace all across the world and created new capitals and world powers, ended over twenty years before she was born. After the death of her father, a proclaimed scientist, Ella is left alone with her dying mother and […]

{Book Review} Incarceron by Catherine Fisher

{Book Review} Incarceron by Catherine Fisher

“It’s not only the inmates who dream of escape…”   Finn has always known Incarceron, the prison with a mind of its own. Three years prior, he woke up in a musky, damp cell that smelled of the unknown. When a woman who may known information about his identity and […]