Category Archives: Fiction

The Bandit

The Bandit

**ARC was provided to me in exchange for an honest spoiler-free review** You want an honest review? You’ll get an honest review because five big fat stars to this book. What I love about B.B. Reid is that she never fails to write a crazy storyline but still have it so believable. These things can… Continue Reading

Bait (Wake, 1)

Bait (Wake, 1)

I wanted to give this book a four star, but I just can’t. I just can’t get over cheating – and this entire book is about a cheater.┬áThe writing is good and I really like how it was written. Dual perspective is nothing new to me. But, the way that the author writes each chapter,… Continue Reading

Dark Notes

Dark Notes

I’m not going to lie, I loved this book. I don’t care about the taboo subject matter of teacher/student. I’ve read plenty of books with that subject and it doesn’t bother me, unless the age difference is very significant. But that’s not the case in this book. Yes, the female is seventeen years old and… Continue Reading

Heart-Shaped Hack

Heart-Shaped Hack

I really liked this book. It wasn’t a favourite for me but I thoroughly enjoyed it. It was a fresh change of pace for me being more of an Adult Novel. The two main characters are late 20’s, early 30’s and I am used to reading books where they are anywhere between 18 and 25.… Continue Reading

Fear Me

Fear Me

Wow, this book is intense. Really, really good! But intense. I couldn’t put it down. I read it within twenty-four hours and loved every minute of it. It’s a big and long book but I powered through it, turning page after page because I couldn’t get enough of it. The writing is good, the plot… Continue Reading

Misconduct

Misconduct

Now that I have read all of Penelope Douglas’s books, I can say that she is one of my favourite authors. All of her books are just so amazing and this one is now in my top ten. One thing about Penelope’s books is that she knows how to write good characters with deep backgrounds.… Continue Reading

Taming the Beast

Taming the Beast

This is a very emotionally powerful book. It’s kind of hard to read as the subject matter is not something that is tolerated or legal for that matter.┬áThe book is broken up into four parts and I do have to say that the illegal, uncomfortable part of Sarah and Mr. Carr’s relationship is only in… Continue Reading