Tag: Standalone


Book review: Until It Fades ~ K.A. Tucker

Book review: Until It Fades ~ K.A. Tucker

For some reason I’ve never read a K.A. Tucker book before, I’m not sure why, maybe because the blurbs of her books ‘scare’ me a bit. The blurb from Until It Fades however is different, I just knew I had to read this story. And I’m so glad I gave it a chance, I love Catherine and Brett and their […]

Posted June 28, 2017 by Marieke

Book review: A Different Blue ~ Amy Harmon

Book review: A Different Blue ~ Amy Harmon

A Different Blue is one of Amy Harmon’s older books (originally published in 2013), but it’s re-published with bonus content. Like other books by this author it’s beautiful written with relatable characters and gripping moments, I love it. “Just like trash. And no amount of pretending I wasn’t trash would make me something else. Girls like me deserve their reputations.” […]

Posted June 9, 2017 by Marieke

Book review + excerpt: Tortured ~ Nicole Williams

Book review + excerpt: Tortured ~ Nicole Williams

Since I’ve read the blurb of Tortured I’ve been a bit scared to start this story. I’ve read other books by Nicole Williams, and I know what her work can do to my poor feelings. Tortured tells the heartbreaking story of Camryn and Brecken, and I was right to be scared for their book. However, I love it at the […]

Posted April 11, 2017 by Marieke

Book review: Say I’m Yours ~ Corinne Michaels

Book review: Say I’m Yours ~ Corinne Michaels

Say I’m Yours by Corinne Michaels is a heartbreaking story about not giving up on your own dreams. Grace and Trent have been together for a long time, but Grace wants more than Trent is willing to give her. Choosing her own happiness breaks Grace’s heart, but in the end she’s living her dream. “I’ve given you everything I could […]

Posted March 29, 2017 by Marieke

Book review: Extra Credit ~ Poppy Dunne

Book review: Extra Credit ~ Poppy Dunne

One of my favorite sub-genres in the romance genre is the single parent category. I love to read about a parent who takes care of his/her kid(s) and finds new love. In Extra Credit by Poppy Dunne we have a single dad who falls for the drama teacher of his 10-year-old daughter. Add to that a bit crazy ex and […]

Posted March 22, 2017 by Marieke

Book review: Coastal Elite ~ Kate Canterbary

Book review: Coastal Elite ~ Kate Canterbary

I know Kate Canterbary for her ‘Walsh Series’, the interconnected books about the Walsh Family. I like the sweet books with a dose of emotion, angst and great characters. Coastal Elite is the author’s latest book and tells the story of Jordan and April. It has a bit of a twist and I like it. “The world, it wasn’t black […]

Posted March 13, 2017 by Marieke

Book review: Juggernaut ~ K.S. Adkins

Book review: Juggernaut ~ K.S. Adkins

Juggernaut is my very first book by K.S. Adkins. Since I’ve read it a month ago, I’ve pick up some of the author’s other books, and I can now tell you Juggernaut is different from her normal books. It’s much funnier, I would even call it a Romantic Comedy. And the best part? Lots of the funny scenes throughout the […]

Posted March 1, 2017 by Marieke

Blog tour: The Butterfly Project ~ Emma Scott

Blog tour: The Butterfly Project ~ Emma Scott

Excerpt “Why do you stay if it’s so hard to live here?” I asked. Beckett took a drag from his cigarette, as if he were buying time before answering. “Brooklyn, born and raised,” he said finally, still not looking at me. “Where else would I go anyway? Different city, same struggle.” He finally brought his gaze to mine. “So you’re […]

Posted February 28, 2017 by Marieke

Book review: Domo Arigato, Mr. Toronto ~ Kelli Jean

Book review: Domo Arigato, Mr. Toronto ~ Kelli Jean

I know Kelli Jean for her ‘Ten Thousand Series’, each book a bit darker than the previous book in the series. Domo Arigato, Mr. Toronto is the authors newest book, it’s a standalone and very different from her other books I’ve read. It still contains serious topics, but overall, it’s much lighter and friendlier. Of course, the Hero still wears […]

Posted February 14, 2017 by Marieke

Book review + excerpt: Fake Fiancée ~ Ilsa Madden-Mills

Book review + excerpt: Fake Fiancée ~ Ilsa Madden-Mills

“I wished the moon had been bright enough to see the color of his eyes. I wished I knew his name. I wished… I wished fate would bring us together again, some other time, some other place. But not today.” Sunny is a sweet girl, focused on her study and her part-time job at the library. She doesn’t have contact […]

Posted February 13, 2017 by Marieke