Review Tobias Jefferson is the town screw up. He wasn’t always but his junior year of high school things changed–thanks to his brother, Jordan. Jordan also began dating Tobias’ dream girl right before the crap hit the fan for Tobes. Everything about his life changed. He continues to crush on Janie Lynn Francis. Janie LynnContinue reading “Book Review: Stay All Night by D.B. James and S.L. Peters”
Category Archives: high school love
Book Review: Love Me Like You Won’t Let Go by Melissa Toppen
I had moments where I wanted to stream and slap both of the main characters especially Blakely. She wasn’t honest with herself until a certain point in the book. She’s loyal to a complete fault which frustrated me as a reader. Asher wasn’t much better. He traveled the world for six years to copeContinue reading “Book Review: Love Me Like You Won’t Let Go by Melissa Toppen”
Novella Review: For You by Alexandra Silva
Book 2 of Imperfect Hearts Series Book 1 No One But You I read this series out of order. I read this novella first then book 1. Normally, when reading the second book, I’m left a bit confused or it takes me a chapter or two to understand the characters. I understood the charactersContinue reading “Novella Review: For You by Alexandra Silva”
Book Review: Winter Kisses by Addison Moore
Book 2 of 3 AM Kisses Series Book 1: 3 AM Kisses I loved book one so much that I bought the second and third book. Laney was hilarious and an incredible friend to Baya in book 1. I knew that her book would be filled with dramatics especially since she’s an actress. The dramaticsContinue reading “Book Review: Winter Kisses by Addison Moore”
Book Review: Because You’re the Love of My Life by Sarah Kleck
Annie has longed to feel those butterflies in in tummy and be with the love of her life. She thought she found him senior year of high school. Things just didn’t work out that way until she met Holden. Holden is a college baseball player who gets injured during the game Annie watched. Holden and Annie start to build a life together. First, she finally admits to loving him and moves in with him. It takes Holden awhile for Annie to trust him. He’s patient. Over time, things change. They take each other for granted–move apart emotionally. But they still love each other.
Book Review: One Week Hating You by Roya Carmen
Mauve was living the dream–great job, terrific fiance, soon to be husband, terrific condo. All of it came crashing down. First she lost her job. Then she was stood up at the alter. Why stay at a place with the man who didn’t bother to show up at his own wedding!? What’s a girl to do? Go home to your momma. Mommas always make everything better. That’s what Mauve did. She decided she would spend a bit of time with her family before deciding her next step in putting her life back together.
Mauve and her friend Corrie along with Mandy, Mauve’s childhood best friend decided the first thing to do is go shopping. Buy clothes that are not safe. Not plain. Not boring. Her outfit turns heads. Why wouldn’t a leather mini skirt, leather peep toe booties with a Pink Floyd shirt gain the attention of every man in the bar even Mauve’s high school sweetheart, Blake Taylor. Blake broke her heart when she was 18 by sleeping with another girl. Blake has changed. He’s not longer scrawny. He’s built with a sexy as sin beard.
BOOK REVIEW: Gravel Road by Stephie Walls SPOILER ALERT
Austin Burin has been in love with Miranda since they were ten. He would do anything for her. She was the love of his life. Then she left him after her sister’s car accident. She just left–left Sarah and Jack…and him. What Austin didn’t know is how much Jack, Miranda’s father blamed her for Sarah’s accident. To the point that he gave Miranda an ultimatum. Jack knew that Miranda isn’t cut out to be a rancher’s wife. That’s what Austin is–a rancher through and through. Austin would be miserable doing anything else and Miranda would be miserable staying here in Mason Belle, Texas. Jack did what he thought was best for everyone. Too bad that months later, he would regret that decision. Miranda refused to return even for her sister’s wedding to Austin’s older brother.
BOOK REVIEW: I Don’t by Andrea Johnston
Whitney Wheeler has been dreaming about and planning her wedding since her grandmother gave her a wedding scrapbook as a teen. Well, the thing with well laid plans…they never–I mean ever work out. With Whitney, it came in the form of walking into her McMansion that she shared with her fiance, finding his secretary servicing her soon-to-be husband. Instead of discussing the situation, Whitney goes on a road trip with Lucas DeCosta, her high school crush that she reconnected with the previous night at the local strip club…where he was working. Her friends paid him to give her special attention…on stage in front of the entire club. The real problem is the electric current that runs through her veins every time Lucas touches her. Why can’t Trenton stop calling and texting me? Do I still love Trenton? Did I ever really love him?
Love and Other Secrets by Christina Mandelski
Alex Koviak or as his lacrosse buddies call him “Kov” appears to have everything. He is popular, rich, but he has no idea what he wants to do with his life once he graduates high school. He never thought he would met his challenge at the express check out lane at Publix. Bailey pushes himContinue reading “Love and Other Secrets by Christina Mandelski”
A Thousand Letters Staci Hart
A Thousand Letters is one of my re-read novels. I realized a week or so ago that I haven’t left reviews for the novels that I actually bought! I felt that is a HUGE disservice to the authors. In between my ARC reviews I’m going back to re-read the novels that I’ve bought. I’mContinue reading “A Thousand Letters Staci Hart”