Starry Eyes by Jenn Bennett review

I finally finished it!!

Okay, so I  bought Sarry Eyes last year during the Black Friday sale on Amazon (pre-order) and I got it back in April, I started reading it, but had to stop because I had a bunch of ARCs and other books I needed to read first. But now, I finally finished and oh my gosh I’m obsessed with Bennett’s writing.

I could not believe it took me so long to realize that I’m in love with her writing.

But that is how it usually goes, I put a book on hold because I’m not completely sure I’m going to like it as much as I initially thought, but it surprises me to no end how much time I wasted not reading it.

Anyhow, let’s stop now before I ramble on more and let’s see what the book is about:

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Kiss me in Paris by Catherine Rider review

Hello everyone!

Yes, this is another review of another book set in Paris, and yes it is great. Every time I read a book set in Paris, I want to visit and live there even more!

I mean everything about France is described amazingingly in these books that I’ve read that I just wish I could go there instantly.

I received Kiss me in Paris by Catherine Rider in exchange for an honest review via Netgalley and you are about to get hit with an amazingly honest review.

Let’s hear what this story is about shall we?

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Blog Tour Excerpt: The Prince by Jennifer L. Armentrout


*The following message should be sang in your head while you read it, just because it’s fun. Any tune would work, not picky about that*

It’s the blog tour, of an awesome book, by one of my ultimate favorite authors of all time!!


*Short and sweet, now you can proceed to read however you want, singing in your head is not required, unless you want to*

Well yes people, I’m here with another post about Armentrout’s newest novella just because it’s an amazing story and I feel everyone should read it.

And to prove you that this is an amazing story and that you should get it right now, I bring you like my title says *tiny drum roll,* an excerpt!!!!

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The Prince by Jennifer L. Armentrout review

Oh. My. God.

How can Mrs. Armentrout do it over, and over, and over again?

I’m not even kidding you guys, this novella is literally 125 pages and it engages you in so many ways that you just can’t stop reading it and you want more and more and then it ends and you don’t know what to do with your life because it’s only 125 pages and you need more, so much more.

I received an E-ARC of this novella in exchange for an honest review and it won’t get more honest than this I bet you! (I mean it probably will be honest from other blogs, but you know what I mean.)

Here is what the novella is all about:

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Love à la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm review

**E-ARC provided for an honest review.

Oh. My. God. You guys!

This book, this book was so sweet and amazing I cannot wait to tell you all about it!

I have only read two books by Strohm, but now I want to read all her stories. I cannot believe I’ve never heard of her before and now I’m obsessed with her writing style.

Okay so enough of me telling you how much I love her writing, let’s hear what this specific book is about, shall we?

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Things I’d Rather Do Than Die by Christine Hurley Deriso Review

**E-ARC provided for an honest review.

Hello lovelies!!
It’s been a while since I actually sat down to write a review and it has not been for the lack of reading or actually wanting to write.

For some reason or another I have been incredibly busy and now that me and my housemates are trying to sort of remodel the inside of our house (I’m talking painting, new furniture, decorations, and just about everything), time seems to just slip through my hands.

But I’m trying really hard to get back into a habit of writing the review of any book that I feel deserves a review within just a few days after finishing the book that way I don’t forget what the book is about.

With that said, I want to talk to you about a book that I read over a month ago now, this lovely book that I almost didn’t finish, because I thought it was a religious story.

I’m talking about The Things I’d Rather Do Than Die as the title of this post shows.  This story is such a lovely  story and for some of the other reviews I’ve seen people are either not finishing the book or just skimming through it and not actually reading it. But that doesn’t matter, I’m here to give it all the love.

Let’s see what the story is about:

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