Regretting You by Colleen Hoover

This time around, we have a special guest reviewer: Erica’s mother, Alice.   She (the daughter) said: It seems fitting to have my mom review Colleen Hoover’s Regretting You with me since this book revolves around a mother and daughter relationship. Morgan, the mother, is in her mid-30s while Clara, the daughter, is 16 going on 17.... Continue Reading →

Downfall by Willow Aster

She said: There's nothing better than reading a book with a strong and fierce female lead. Give me a woman who fights for her beliefs and stands her ground and I'm hollering her name from rooftops. Eden is as fierce and forthcoming as they come. Forced into an arranged marriage, Eden and her fiancé, Luka,... Continue Reading →

Filthy Vows by Alessandra Torre

She said: You know that emoji with the big eyes and closed mouth? The one that epitomizes HOLY SHIT? That was my expression after finishing Alessandra Torre’s Filthy Vows. As soon as I put the book down, I texted Matt nine of those faces because one just wasn’t enough. I am stuck in a state of... Continue Reading →

Hook Shot by Kennedy Ryan

She said: This is the hardest review I’ll ever write because this book was personal to me. I need to say that upfront because what you’re about to read is a little different from previous reviews we’ve written. Let’s start with some background… Hook Shot is the fourth and final book (third full-length novel) of the... Continue Reading →

5,331 Miles by Willow Aster

She said: I feel like I've read some over-the-top angsty reads lately. You know the ones—they cause stress and emotional freak-outs, even hair loss! Some of my favorite books are these kinds of reads; however, I've found that sometimes I crave something different. Sometimes I want something that's kinder to my heart...and my digestive system.... Continue Reading →

Jackal by Fisher & Aster

She said: Holy highlighter pink. If you thought Jackal's cover was intriguing, wait until you read the book. Jackal has heart and layers—more so than Folsom. Hold up. Don't take this the wrong way. We're not knocking the first book in the series. If you've read our Folsom review, then you know we're fans. But Jackal was...more. Just more. Jackal and his counterpart, Phoenix,... Continue Reading →

Providence by Caroline Kepnes

She said: I feel like books are becoming more diversified. They're not just one or two things anymore. Where the Shadow Lies was a mysterious thriller with a side of romance. Folsom was a political romance with a side of dystopia. And this book—Providence—is a romantic mystery with a side of science fiction. It's impressive really. People are so... Continue Reading →

Folsom by Fisher & Aster

She said: Folsom. Wow! From the get-go, I was taken by surprise. Sure, I had read the synopsis. I knew this was a series, a romance, a dystopian tale. But I did not expect all of the intricacies, delicate touches, delicious sexy sexiness, and holy-hell-did-that-just-happen moments. Tarryn Fisher and Willow Aster create a world so... Continue Reading →

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