The first book I've read of Sadie Grubor is Falling Stars and I ended up loving it even though I'm not really a big fan of rockstar romances or of angsty romance books. So when I got a request from her to review the Modern Arrangements Trilogy, I admit that I did a bit of fangirling over the fact that she sent a review request. Of course I'm going to accept it! If you read romance, the premise for Save the Date isn't really original. In fact, I can name A LOT of Harlequin Present titles with … Read More...
One Kick is actually the first book I’ve read of Chelsea Cain so I can’t really compare it to her Gretchen Lowell Series but I found this one depressing, frustrating and disturbing…in a very good way. I don’t know if the word enjoy is the right term to use of my reading experience because it dealt with highly disturbing […]
I do admit that the very first reason I wanted to read this book was because of one review – Giselle’s at the Xpresso Reads. She talked about how she felt like screaming at the book’s happenings, and that made the horror fan in me very, very curious, indeed. I like the thrill of being scared […]
Contemporary and retellings are my favorite genres, and rarely do I see books that fall under both (or maybe I just haven’t found them yet) so I was really looking forward to reading Don’t Fall – a contemporary retelling of Rapunzel. It wasn’t much though – not that good, not that bad, not that special […]
Welcome to the Dark House felt very much like a slasher film. You are introduced to a group of misfit characters who’ve been lured together in a location in the middle of nowhere and if you’re like me who watch a lot of said films, we all know that not everyone will survive. In this case, we get seven essay winners of […]