Review #375

I rated this Jennifer Lynn Barnes book as 4.3/5 stars for this YA mysterious novel So in the beginning of The Final Gambit it’s obvious that Avery picked Jameson. But I don’t know if that’s who I would’ve picked. Will Avery change her mind by the end of this third book? She turns 18 andContinue reading “Review #375”

Review #374

I rated this sequel a 4.7/5 stars. Another fast paced mystery filled YA novel. I want more romance in the last one!!! This sequel starts off with them thinking Avery’s homeless friend back in her hometown is actually their deceased uncle who “died” 20 years ago. Why would they have crossed paths a year ago?Continue reading “Review #374”

Review #373

I give this adventurous YA contemporary “mystery/romance” book a 4.7/5 stars. It has a little bit of everything. All written in one point of view, until the epilogue, you go through Avery’s perception of this life changing event. Avery is a junior in high school who is accused by her principal for cheating because sheContinue reading “Review #373”

Review #372

‘Hang the Moon’ by Jeannette Walls for a 3.5/5 stars for me. This historical fiction lacked plot and intrigue for me. It starts with a prologue of when Sallie is 8 years old and almost accidentally gets her younger brother killed when they’re playing on a racing wagon. Sallie wants to be the fastest girlContinue reading “Review #372”

DNF -Bend Her

This was a DNF for me but here’s my thoughts for the part I did finish: Well, I’m not sure how I feel yet about the first chapter. Princess Lisane has been kidnapped from her castle but I’m unsure why yet… for ransom? For revenge upon her father for his choices? But right away IContinue reading “DNF -Bend Her”

Review #370

I gave this “contemporary horror?” book a 3.8/5 stars. There wasn’t much wrong with it, it’s just not my taste in genre. It was all written in one point of view and overall was a way I i read with a unique voice. Here’s my thoughts while reading: Carrot, or Kara, is recently divorced andContinue reading “Review #370”

Review #369

This fake relationship contemporary romance stand-alone received a 4/5 stars for me. It was in two PoV with heavy interior narrative. Here’s my live comments while reading: Briana is a doctor in an ER who deserves the promotion as chief but the newbie doc who has already been nicknamed ‘Dr. Death’ has decided to runContinue reading “Review #369”

Review #367

I rate this YA fantasy a 4.9/5 stars. It’s all in Violet’s point of view. I believe It’s a standalone since I haven’t heard other news and it resolved itself as much as possible. The romance is stronger than in most YA fantasy books. Here’s my live thoughts while reading: Violet is a young, stubbornContinue reading “Review #367”

Review #366

“Magic will speak to anyone who takes the time to listen.” 4.8/5 stars for this YA National Treasure meets Dracula. It was all in Theo’s point of view (first person) as our heroine. There was some clean romance on the side but overall the action packed plot was about finding her father and escaping theContinue reading “Review #366”

Review #365

4.5/5 stars for this YA fantasy/paranormal murder mystery …. with a tad bit of (clean) romance as a side story all in one PoV of Cat. She’s a 17 year old who learns of her moon powers while tracking a killer in the city. Catrin opens Blood and Moonlight in a refreshingly atypical setting. I’mContinue reading “Review #365”