Review : The Edge of Never (The Edge of Never, #1) by J.A. Redmerski

Review : The Edge of Never (The Edge of Never, #1) by J.A. Redmerski

Camryn Bennett has always felt like the outsider, she never fit in. She knew people expected too much of her but she didn’t want anything to do with that. She was never one to conform and just go with the flow and be what society would think the norm. For years she wanted nothing more than to just backpack her way through the world just going where she wanted, when she wanted. One day when her life just tumbles out of control she ups and leaves the comforts of home and gets on a Greyhound bus to wherever. Little did […]

Posted 12/05/2013 by Ashley in Reviews
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Review : Sneaking Candy by Lisa Burstein

Review : Sneaking Candy by Lisa Burstein

By day Candice Salinas is a hardworking graduate student at the University of Miami. She is not only working towards her MFA, but also a T.A. for Professor Anthony Dylan, a current New York Times bestselling author. She dreams of becoming a serious author and nothing will hold her back. By night she comes Candy Sloane, self-published erotic romance author. Candy’s books help Candice pay any extra expenses her T.A. fellowship does not cover. Due to the fact that she does want to be taken seriously, she does her best to keep Candy hidden from others. James Walker, local barista […]

Posted 11/21/2013 by Ashley in Reviews
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Review : Beautiful Broken Rules (Broken, #1) by Kimberly Lauren

Review : Beautiful Broken Rules (Broken, #1) by Kimberly Lauren

Emerson Moore has three rules she lives by. She doesn’t sleep with someone a friend likes. She doesn’t sleep with someone who is involved. And she doesn’t sleep with someone more than three times. These rules have gotten her through the first two years of college without incident until she meets Jaxon Riley. Jaxon challenges Em at every turn to figure out who she really is and what she really want out of life. She finds out that maybe, just maybe, she can be the relationship type after all. Beautiful Broken Rules is a quintessential book about relationships and how […]

Posted 11/20/2013 by Ashley in Reviews
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Review : Broken at Love (Whitman University, #1)

Review : Broken at Love (Whitman University, #1)

Quinn Rowland is a washed up pro tennis player. After an injury forced early retirement at the tender age of twenty, he’s forced by his father to attend college. Not wanting to be there, he and his brother Sebastian come up with a game to pass the time. During each of the major tennis tournaments, US Open, Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon, a girl is chosen by Sebastian for Quinn to use. Everything goes as normal until during the Aussie Open Emilie Swanson is chosen. Although highly attracted to Quinn, Emilie doesn’t play the game how all the other […]

Posted 11/14/2013 by Ashley in Reviews
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Review : Taking Chances (Taking Chances, #1) by Molly McAdams

Review : Taking Chances (Taking Chances, #1) by Molly McAdams

Taking Chances follows the life of 18 year old Harper. She moved from North Carolina to California to get away from the only life she’s ever known, a Marine Corp father who never let her do anything a normal teen would do. Within her first few days, Harper completely changes her outward appearance with new clothes and piercings. When her dorm roommate, Bree, takes Harper to her first college party she’s instantly attracted to Bree’s brother Chase. Chase is a senior to Harper’s freshman. He’s never been one for relationships and has a revolving door to his bed. He’s your […]

Posted 11/01/2013 by Ashley in Reviews
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Review : Finding It (Losing It, #3) by Cora Carmack

Review : Finding It (Losing It, #3) by Cora Carmack

Kelsey Summers is backpacking her way through Europe on her father’s dime. It’s the best way to escape her past and escape her parent, especially her father’s influence. She does the same thing in each city she goes to, party. While out one night with ‘friends’ in Budapest, Kelsey meets Jackson Hunt. They take an instant liking to each other and worm their ways into each other’s hearts. But there is a secret he is keeping from Kelsey that can destroy their burgeoning relationship. Personally, I feel this is one of the weaker stories in the series but that didn’t […]

Posted 10/27/2013 by Ashley in Reviews
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Review : Faking It (Losing It, #2) by Cora Carmack

Review : Faking It (Losing It, #2) by Cora Carmack

Cade Winston, trying to get over Bliss Edwards, is living in Philadelphia and going to grad school. He meets Mackenzie “Max” Miller at a coffee shop and they hit it off immediately. She needs help convincing her ultra-conservative parents she has a “normal” boyfriend and Cade fits the bill. I enjoyed this much better than the first book, Losing It. Cade wasn’t very likable to me in Losing It, but wow, in Faking It, just lovable. Their chemistry is amazing and just perfect for this book. The buildup for their real relationship was good and reminded me so much of […]

Posted 10/27/2013 by Ashley in Reviews
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Review : Losing It (Losing It, #1) by Cora Carmack

Review : Losing It (Losing It, #1) by Cora Carmack

Bliss Edwards is entering her final semester of college a virgin and that is not okay with her. She confides in her best friend, Kelsey Summers, and the two make plans to go out that night to rid Bliss of her virginity. At a bar Bliss meets Garrick Taylor, a young English transplant, reading Shakespeare. The two have an instant connection that leads to Bliss taking him back to her apartment. Unbeknownst to both at the time, Garrick is one of Bliss’s new college professors. Losing It had me hooked from the first word to the last word. Cora Carmack […]

Posted 10/27/2013 by Ashley in Reviews
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Review : Easy (Contours of The Heart, #1) by Tammara Webber

Review : Easy (Contours of The Heart, #1) by Tammara Webber

There are just too many positive things to say about Easy. Tammara Webber has taken a sensitive topic, sexual assault (most notably, rape) and created a story that is not only inspiring, but beautiful. I really do not know if I can do this book justice as it’s just something you need to experience yourself. Jacqueline is likable, easy to relate to and someone you’d love to have as a friend. Lucas is completely sexy, inspiring, and a guy you wished was real so you could have him for yourself. Unlike some other books that have dealt with rape and […]

Posted 10/20/2013 by Ashley in Reviews
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