Filed under High School/College Love

The Perfect Game (The Perfect Game #1)

The Perfect Game (The Perfect Game #1)

by J. Sterling
3stars
Overall, I did enjoy this book. While it is not something that I would rave to my friends about and insist they buy, it was a good story.

This is a very angst filled book, which I do not mind, but the angst did not always feel genuine. Not to mention I spent about 80% of the book want to kick Jack in the face and shake Cassie until her teeth chattered. Continue reading

Isn’t She Lovely (Redemption 0.5)

Isn’t She Lovely (Redemption 0.5)

by Lauren Layne
3stars
I started reading this book while I was on the phone enjoying one of those indefinite holds that we all know and hate. When I got to the quote below, I started laughing out loud and of course that is when they took me off of hold. As a result, my insurance company now thinks I’m crazy. Continue reading

Thoughtless (Thoughtless, #1)

Thoughtless (Thoughtless, #1)

by S.C. Stephens
5stars
The main theme that hit me throughout this novel is the difference between love and passion. Kiera could be perfectly happy with Denny and lead a happy life. But then she meets Kellan and learns that love with passion is so very different than love without it. Continue reading

Project ELE (ELE #1)

Project ELE (ELE #1)

by Rebecca Gober
1stars
I think that if I didn’t read as much as I do, I would have enjoyed this book more. Let me explain… because I read so much (several books a week) I know what it feels like to have a really good book suck you in and make you feel part of it. A book that, if you manage to put down, you do nothing but think about the characters until you can pick it back up again. While the story did keep me mildly entertained,(there were some parts where I had to force myself to keep reading rather than giving up on the book completely) it did not grab my attention and allow my mind to escape into that world. Continue reading

Cinder & Ella

Cinder & Ella

by Kelly Oram
5stars
I picked this book because I was in the mood for something sweet and, lets face it, a little dorky. That is not the way I would describe this book. It is definitely an example of why you do not judge a book by its cover. Continue reading

The Vincent Boys (The Vincent Boys #1)

The Vincent Boys (The Vincent Boys #1)

by Abbi Glines
4stars
Gotta love Ashton and Beau! Ashton is so worried about what people will think about her since they live in such a small town. Because of her fear she shies away from Beau Vincent (the town Bad Seed) in favor of Sawyer Vincent- Beau’s cousin. On the surface they are the perfect couple, but Ashton is hiding too much of herself from everyone except Beau. Continue reading

A Different Blue

A Different Blue

by Amy Harmon
4stars
A very moving and powerful story about a very strong young woman on a path of self-discovery. Blue isn’t your everyday heroine, in fact, I can’t think of another that has as much depth and as many unique qualities. She had a hard life but in a way it was also very rich, thanks to Jimmy. Continue reading

Fallen Eden (Eden Trilogy #2)

Fallen Eden by Nicole Williams Rating 2 of 5 stars Story If happily ever after were a place, twenty-year-old Bryn Dawson would be on the farthest planet from it. Reduced to stolen glances and secret meetings as they await a Betrothal the Council is bent on stalling, William and Bryn have to settle for happily … Continue reading

Eternal Eden (Eden Trilogy #1)

Eternal Eden by Nicole Williams Eden Trilogy Book 1 Rating 5 of 5 stars Story College sophomore Bryn Dawson is a self-proclaimed poster child for normal. However, the day William Hayward enters her life, normalcy is the last thing Bryn will be able to count on if she wants to be with him. Too mysterious … Continue reading