What’s better than one new Sarina & Elle book?

What’s better than one new Sarina & Elle book?

Are you ready for TWO new Sarina & Elle books? You may remember last year Sarina and Elle published a lovely romance named HIM. I fell so hard for Jamie and Wes, they were my everything. Along came the sequel, US, not long after. While I was not a fan of US it did introduce us readers to the character of Blake Riley, Wes’s NFL teammate. Are you ready for the WAGS series covers? About Good Boy: (expected pub date: 01/31/2017) Hosting her brother’s wedding for an MVP guest list is the challenge of Jess Canning’s life. Already the family […]

Posted 11/14/2016 by Ashley in Events
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Review : An Untouchable Christmas (Untouchables, #2) by Cindy Skaggs

Review : An Untouchable Christmas (Untouchables, #2) by Cindy Skaggs

Let’s start by being honest, Untouchable may not have been my favorite book last year in the romance aspect but it sure was up there in the suspense aspect. FBI agents, Mob entanglements, and lust? Definitely a combination for success in my book. We get more of Sofia and Logan in An Untouchable Christmas and I have to say, I like them more and more the more I read about them. Six months after the events of Untouchable it’s Christmas time for our heroes. Sofia is trying to live a normal life with Logan but finds it hard to connect […]

Posted 11/14/2016 by Ashley in Reviews
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Review : My Strongest Weakness by Brighton Walsh

Review : My Strongest Weakness by Brighton Walsh

New Adult meets 90’s nostalgia in Brighton Walsh’s My Strongest Weakness. As my first story from Walsh I wasn’t sure what to expect but I was highly satisfied. An opposites attract trope mixed with all the things I miss from growing up in the 90’s had me laughing, cringing, and falling in love with Tia and Mason. Tia is that girl you look at and can’t help but think “Why?” about. She’s a bit grunge, a bit goth, and kind of emo as well. As a film student she’s been filming her fellow students about what makes them choose the […]

Posted 11/11/2016 by Ashley in Reviews
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Covers Songs [10]

Covers Songs [10]

What is Cover Songs exactly? I don’t know about everyone else but I love listening to music when I read and sometimes a song comes on that instantly makes me connect to the words I’m reading even more. Or sometimes I’ll be jamming out in my car to the radio and a song starts that I just have to listen to and it screams “this character!” or “this book!” to me. What’s this week’s combination? I don’t think it’s a secret I have a love-hate relationship with the Off-Campus series. The first two books were completely amazing but the last […]

Posted 11/11/2016 by Ashley in Memes
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Review : A Place in the Sun by RS Grey

Review : A Place in the Sun by RS Grey

I’ve never read a novel by RS Grey before and I’m not really sure why. I know lot of people who love her books, but then again one of my friends doesn’t. It was about time that I read one and decided for myself. A Place in the Sun is that book for me. Letting Georgie and Gianluca into my life was definitely one of the better decisions I’ve made lately. I completely fell in love with the small Italian village of Vernazza as well as the dynamic characters in the story. Georgie decides to take her love life into […]

Posted 11/09/2016 by Ashley in Reviews
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What to do when you’re favorites aren’t anymore?

What to do when you’re favorites aren’t anymore?

It’s very easy to find an author or authors who just do it for you. They write amazing stories and have characters that no matter what they do, they’re your favorites. You go out and buy all their books, tell everyone about them; you make it your life’s work to make sure that author is known to the whole world. But what happens when that stops? There’s a few authors out there right now that I loved so much when I first started reading them. They had amazing books and stories that I still love, and I like them as […]

Posted 11/08/2016 by Ashley in Discussion
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Review : Harley & Rose by Carmen Jenner

Review : Harley & Rose by Carmen Jenner

I came across Harley & Rose on Amazon’s Hot New Releases list and completely fell in love with the cover. Can you blame me though, it’s gorgeous. So I read the blurb and thought to myself, “I could get into this!” I love a good friends to lovers romance and it seemed like a second chance at love story as well. Harley & Rose had the makings to be one of my favorite books but … “it’s complicated.” Ever since they were five years old Harley & Rose have been best friends. They do everything together and love each other […]

Posted 11/07/2016 by Ashley in Reviews
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Review : Mr. President (White House, #1) by Katy Evans

Review : Mr. President (White House, #1) by Katy Evans

Back in February of 2014 I read a book called Real. I loved the blurb and it fit a lot of the requirements I want in a book. I ended up finding Real to be problematic in many ways and decided it’s author, Katy Evans, wasn’t for me. Fast forward almost three years and Mr. President is set to release and I take a look at it. I study it’s blurb, finding the premise of a presidential candidate and one of his staff members falling in love intriguing. I pause though, knowing who it’s author is. After thinking it over, […]

Posted 11/07/2016 by Ashley in Reviews
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Review : Three Simple Words (Kingston Ale House, #3) by AJ Pine

Review : Three Simple Words (Kingston Ale House, #3) by AJ Pine

In her acknowledgements for Three Simple Words AJ Pine writes “I finally found the characters who let me use their story to write a love letter to romance.” It definitely shows. Word to sentence to paragraph, Three Simple Words shows us how much Romance, and books in general, can mean to a person, how easy it is to get swept away in a story. Three Simple Words combines a few different tropes to create a charming story of two people who view love very differently. Annie is not just an older woman, (she’s 28, not old[er], just older than Wes!) […]

Posted 11/04/2016 by Ashley in Reviews
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Review : Full Tilt (Full Tilt, #1) by Emma Scott

Review : Full Tilt (Full Tilt, #1) by Emma Scott

Full Tilt is one of those books you know going into you’re going to need a box or two of tissues at all times. From the first word until the last, you cannot help but be drawn in by the emotional rollercoaster you know you’re going to experience. Emma Scott has made me laugh, cry, and hate my life. Well done ma’am, well done. Ever since getting deathly ill from a South American trip with friends, Jonah is also living on borrowed time. Months after receiving a life-saving transplant Jonah gets the news that his body is rejecting his new […]

Posted 11/02/2016 by Ashley in Reviews
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Review : Interborough (The Five Boroughs, #4) by Santino Hassell

Review : Interborough (The Five Boroughs, #4) by Santino Hassell

Raymond and David are back again and in the forefront of another Five Boroughs story. They’ve been along for the ride in every book since Sutphin Boulevard and got what we thought was their happily ever after in Sunset Park. But just like real life, not everything goes according to plan in romancelandia, and especially not in any of the Five Boroughs. There were many lingering thoughts floating around my head at the end of Sunset Park and I never really knew what to do with them. Raymond completely stole my heart but David left little to be desired for […]

Posted 10/31/2016 by Ashley in Reviews
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