Release Day: The Struggle by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Get excited my people one of my favorite authors just released a book today and that is The Struggle by Jennifer L. Armentrout, book 3 of the Titan series!

This is like a new feature on the blog, every time a new book that I’ve been anticipated goes on sale, I will probably do something like this so be on the look out!!

For now, here is a little info about Armentrout and the Struggle, enjoy! Continue reading

Ensnared by Rita Stradling ARC Review

***Book provided for an honest review.


Well, well, well, another review you say? My answer is yes!

I know I’ve been doing a lot of book reviews lately and less of how books relate to life, but in order for me to do a “how books relate to life” post I need to read books.

Mostly all books I read I usually  would post a review on Goodreads, whether I liked it or not, in here I just post reviews of books that I’ve been provided for and books that I really, really liked.

So please stay with me, don’t give up because I turned into a reviewer blog, PLEASE!!

Now, I’ve told you a few times how much I DON’T like retells and that I avoid them as much as I can, there are some worth reading and talking about.

Last week I decided to give Ensnared by Rita Stradlinig a chance and I was very impressed. Here is what the book is about: Continue reading

Piercing the Veil by Nicole L. Taylor book review

**Book provided by author for an honest review.

You guys I feel so special, lately I been getting books to review and that  makes me super happy. Also, I’ve been included in blog tours and it is all for you.

By you click on the link, you like my posts on Facebook and Twitter and then you read these posts and it is just the most amazing thing.

A few weeks back author Nicole L. Taylor approached me and asked me to review her book and I gladly accepted, not only because it was a free book, but because it sounded amazing and it had me intrigued.

Here is what the book is about:

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The 10 books you need to read

There are many books that I consider my favorites and if you ever made me choose between them I would probably exploded with indecision and I would hate you forever.

But if you ever asked me to give you a list of books that are my favorite I would probably be able to no exploded and hate you forever and give you a realistic list and even though it would still be hard I could give you a list of the books that I always recommend for others to read when they are first starting to get into the reading scene.

And I know you didn’t ask for it, but I felt like it was time to give you said list. Some of this books I’ve only read once and others I’ve read five or more times. No, who am I kidding I have read all the following books at least three times.

But don’t be mistaken this list is not about super popular books that I have probably talked about in the blog, this one is about not so popular books (to my belief) that are definitely some of my favorites.


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Shock Me by Ashley C. Harris book review

Well hello there, thank you for clicking the link.

Now that I’ve got your attention I want to talk to you about a book that I recently read that was way better than I expected.

If you have a kindle or a Bookbub account you probably get emails with deals for free and/or low price books that most of the time are the first book on a series or a book you’ve never heard of. Usually, to my believe those books  are not all that great and I end up hating every single part of the book that sounded so great when I first read the description, but ended up being a failure.

I like to believe I’m more selective on what low price e-book I buy or download for free, believe me, even if it’s a free book and you love books there are some books that are not worth your time trying to read.

But enough about my awful experience with free books. Every once in a while comes a book that is totally worth it and the beginning of a series that will captivate me until the end and I believe Shock Me by Ashley C. Harris has great potential to be that, so here it is: Continue reading

The Best Kind of Magic by Crystal Cestari ARC Review

***Book provided for an Honest review.

Lately I’ve been lucky enough to get to read books that haven’t come out, you know, Advance Reader Copies. All of this is thanks to this blog and you guys that keep reading my stuff and clicking the link and maybe buying some of those books.

This time I was super happy when the Disney-Hyperion group approved me to read The Best Kind of Magic by Crystal Cestari.

When I first saw the cover I knew I wanted to get it ASAP and then I read the description and I knew I had to read it. So I did the only thing I could do at that moment, request the book.

Earlier this month I got an email telling me that I had been approved to read that book and I almost crashed (was driving and I opened the email. BAD IDEA. Don’t do that you guys, using your phone while driving is dangerous and it can have fatal consequences). But once I saw that email I was super happy and I went to download it to my kindle.

Then I made the bad decision of waiting a bit because I still had to finish some other books that I had already started so the book just sat untouched in my Kindle for like two weeks (awfulness 😱). But I finally started to read that book, and it took me about a day to finish it. Right then and there you know I loved it.

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Blog Tour: Cashmere (Velvet Trilogy #2) by Temple West Vlog Book Review

Hello guys!!!

Well by now you must know how crazy obsess I am with the Velvet Trilogy by Temple West, and also by now you should know that I got to read Cashmere after almost two years of waiting for it.

Now I’m extremely happy to be part of the blog tour and share my thoughts with you about the book, because I love the story and I wish everyone could just pick up Velvet and Cashmere and read them.

But I cannot force you to do it so the next best thing I can do is convince you by telling you how much I loved it. So in honor of Cashmere coming out Valentine’s Day I made a fool of myself and made a little (not so little is quite long) video about my love for this book.

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