Review: More Than Enough (More Than Series #5) by Jay McLean

» 8 December, 2015 » D Reviews, Jay McLean, Reviews » 0 comments

Review: More Than Enough (More Than Series #5) by Jay McLean

Title: More Than Enough Author: Jay McLean Series: More Than #5 Buy Links: Amazon Rating: D There’s no emotion greater than fear. No ache greater than grief. No sound greater than silence. I’m grateful he showed up on my doorstep, pissed off and angry at the world. If he hadn’t, I wouldn’t be here. And I don’t just mean here on this journey with him. I mean here, in this world. * I wonder what events in all our lives—hers included—are The Turning Points? The points where we all determine that the fear of our pasts and the uncertainty of our futures are greater than our need for happiness. Here. Now. While time and everything around us stands unmoving… who’s to say we can’t have it all? We wanted it all. We wanted it with each other. We thrived on the chaos we created. And ignored the Mayhem that ensued. Because falling in love was easy. But sometimes, love isn’t enough. It’s not a secret that I loved this series and its characters. More Than Enough was one of my fave books last year. For some reason, I just didn’t feel this book, I have to admit I was nervous about starting this because of the hype surrounding […]

ARC Review: Caught by Clare James

» 28 June, 2015 » Clare James, D Reviews » 1 comment

ARC Review: Caught by Clare James

♥ SYNOPSIS ♥ Watching sex tapes at the office is just part of PR professional Vivian Blake’s job, especially when she has to clean up a celebrity’s image. Except that her newest client isn’t quite that easy. Racecar driver Jarod Cage is beyond hot, and his onscreen “performance” is already compromising Viv’s cool professionalism. While Jarod hasn’t exactly been discreet about his personal life, he never thought his reputation could cost him both his sponsor and his racing career. Now he has to put his future in the hands of a tiny, pixie-like publicist. Which is becoming a problem, because the heat between them is about to redline. But when you go this hard and fast, putting on the brakes is the most dangerous thing you can do…

ARC Review: Only Trick by Jewel E. Ann

» 19 April, 2015 » D Reviews, Jewel E. Ann » 0 comments

ARC Review: Only Trick by Jewel E. Ann

It was the blurb hooked me. I mean, come on. It’s not everyday that you read about an amnesiac, gay, make-up artist for a hero. And for the first 15%, this book lived up to its promise. The angst that came from longing after the unattainable was a great. The conflict, the guilt that Darby feels about her growing feelings for Trick only heightened the angst level of the book. Trick was an enigma and readers get an inkling that something about him isn’t quite right. I liked Darby. She’s awkward and pushy and her inner monologue was funny. At first.

Review: Confess by Colleen Hoover

» 14 March, 2015 » Colleen Hoover, D Reviews » 0 comments

Review: Confess by Colleen Hoover

No one could accuse Colleen Hoover for not being creative with every single thing she’s released thus far. She always has a knack of infusing something unique to her books from poetry, to songs, to plot twist. In this book, it was art. They were beautiful. The way she used the confessions with the art was very unique. They were the best part of the book for me.

ARC Reviews: Sarah Mayberry, Dani Collins, Louisa Edwards and more…

» 26 February, 2015 » B Reviews, C Reviews, D Reviews, Dani Collins, Louisa Edwards, Sarah Mayberry, Zoey Williams » 0 comments

ARC Reviews: Sarah Mayberry, Dani Collins, Louisa Edwards and more…

Remember last week when I barely posted any reviews here and told you guys that I’ve been reading and reading? Well, I’ve finally managed to write four reviews for those books I told you about last week. They’re on the short side, so instead of posting them one by one, I’ve decided combine it into one post. First up…

Review: Craving Resurrection by Nicole Jacquelyn

» 8 February, 2015 » D Reviews, Nicole Jacquelyn » 2 comments

Review: Craving Resurrection by Nicole Jacquelyn

Have you ever read a book that’s well written, compelling and hard to put to down and yet you absolutely hate one of its characters? I just found mine. Typically, I’m a very forgiving reader. I always try to find redeemable aspects in every character especially with my heroes. This one was different though because I really, really hated the hero. I found no redeeming qualities about him. In fact, I never wanted anyone to die at the end of this book as much as Patrick.