Tag: Favorite Author


Book review: Tick Tock ~ Jane Harvey-Berrick

Book review: Tick Tock ~ Jane Harvey-Berrick

How far would you go to make the world a better place? Would you write letters with soldiers overseas, or would you join them in their harsh, brutal battle? Tick Tock tells the story of Amira and James, two young people in the middle of conflict that’s impossible to win without pain and heartbreak. I can’t say I’ve enjoyed the […]

Posted November 1, 2018 by Marieke

Book review + excerpt: The Legacy ~ Dylan Allen

Book review + excerpt: The Legacy ~ Dylan Allen

Filthy rich boy meets girl from the wrong side of the tracks. It sounds simple, but Hayes and Confidence are so much more than their background. The Legacy tells their funny, charming, frustrating and sexy story, I simply adore it. “Everything feels so complicated, except for us.” Confidence is down on her luck; she lost her job and finding a […]

Posted October 29, 2018 by Marieke

Book review: Envy ~ Dylan Allen

Book review: Envy ~ Dylan Allen

Can you survive assumptions, can you get past half-trues and lies? Envy tells the heartbreaking and angst-y story of Apollo and Graham, for who a Happily Ever After doesn’t come easy. While I was sometimes angry, sometimes sad while reading Envy, I simply love this book. “Once upon a time, he had been my compass. My star. But, I can’t […]

Posted June 7, 2018 by Marieke

Book review: Thicker Than Water ~ Dylan Allen

Book review: Thicker Than Water ~ Dylan Allen

After reading Rise and Remember, I was very curious about Dylan Allen’s new book, Thicker Than Water. This new book is not just a standalone, romantic story, but it also portrays a very prevalent issue in America. I love how the developing relationship between Lucía and Reece and this subject are getting entwined, without becoming too much. Another great story […]

Posted October 6, 2017 by Marieke

Book review: Paths ~ Brynne Asher

Book review: Paths ~ Brynne Asher

Paths is Brynne Asher’s newest story and the second book in her ‘Killers Series’. Like the previous book Vines, Paths has a lighter tone then her Carpino books, but that doesn’t mean our Hero and Heroine won’t have to work for their Happily Ever After. I’ve enjoyed the story of Maya and Grady. “There’s pain hidden there, because I recognize […]

Posted April 25, 2017 by Marieke

Book review: Vines ~ Brynne Asher

Book review: Vines ~ Brynne Asher

It has been more than a year since one of my favorite authors has published a new book, but with Vines, Brynne Asher is back. Vines is the first book in the author’s new series, ‘Killers’, and tells the story of Addy and Crew. I love their story, and the promise of the future books. “Certain moments in life become […]

Posted November 1, 2016 by Marieke