It’s the last Saturday of the month, which means we have a buddy review for you all today! A lot of time we manage more than once a month, but we always have one at the end of the month. It’s a lot of fun reading the same book and talking about it while reading. This month we read The Exact Opposite of Okay by Laura Steven.
Not too long ago an author approached us and asked if we would like to read and review her novella. It was a southern gothic retelling of Alice and Wonderland. This sounded really interesting, so we definitely said yes! It’s always really flattering when an author approaches us like this. Today we are here with our review of Take Your Medicine.
I received a copy of this book from Xpresso Book Tours in exhange for a review. When I read about this book is sounded really interesting. The main character even shares my name (even though it’s spelled differently), so I knew I had to give it a try. Unfortunately it wasn’t what I expected and I was quite disappointed.
I’m a big fan of contemporary books and Stage Kiss sounded like something I would really love. I was definitely right! This book was a trip down memory lane that left me smiling when I read the last page. This books comes out tomorrow, February 13th. It’s not much longer until you all can check out it as well!
Xpresso Book Tours gave me the opportunity to participate in the blog tour for Sugar Lump by Megan Gaudino. This book sounded really interesting and when the main character is a blogger, it definitely gets my attention. I read this book in about two sitings and today I’m going to tell you about this book.
There are a ton of amazing new books coming out this year and I want to tell you all about one coming this March. The Exact Opposite Okay by Laura Steven. I am lucky enough to be in her street team and I am happy to share the awesome opportunity you will get if you preorder this book!
I’m a big fan of contemporary books, so this one seemed really interesting to me. It was nice to see that there are authors that take on some more serious subjects in their contemporary books. I love helping authors who deserve a lot more attention than they get. To see my thoughts on this book, keep reading.
As a fan of sports romances, I knew I needed to sign up to review this one. I’m happy I did! It’s a good combination of sports, romance and suspense. I had never read a sports romance with snowboarding before, so this was pretty new, but so good. I was also curious to see if this Rhys was just as interesting as the other one I’ve read about.
I started this book in November, but between working, the holidays, review book and buddy reads this one kept getting put away. The description sounded like something I would love. Best friends who end up going to college on the opposite sides of the country, keep in touch with e-mails and texts. This sounds like a unique way to tell a story. I finally finished it this week, so I can finally tell you guys what I thought of this book.
I have the amazing honor to be a part of the blog tour for The Wright Secret. This was an amazing romance book and left me wanting more. If you want to read more about the book and my review, keep reading!