• 2 stars reviews,  new adult,  review

    Keeping 13 (Boys of Tommen #2) by Chloe Walsh

    Resume: Following a devastating injury that has left him sidelined and stripped of his beloved number 13 jersey, Johnny is struggling to hold onto his dreams. Lost, insecure, and desperately seeking comfort, he sets his sights on unraveling the mystery of the girl with the midnight-blue eyes. Keeping secrets has never been a problem for Shannon. The life she was born into demands nothing less. She knows that demons and evil men don’t just exist in fairytales. Falling in love was the easy part, what comes next is the test… I really loved the first book. I was so excited for the second but I’m disappointed. It was just ok.…

  • 2 stars reviews,  new adult,  review

    Naz & Roz by Bethany-Kris

    “Love isn’t like everything else in life. You never stop learning with love, and that’s part of the beauty of it.” Resume: Nazio “Naz” Donati is brilliant, sinful, and criminal. A genius from the moment he was born, and a man who’s still trying to learn how to navigate and balance this thing called life. Rosalynn ”Roz” Puzza is talented, beautiful, and driven. A pianist prodigy from the second they sat her at a piano as a little girl, and a young woman who isn’t sure if she’s truly earned her spot on the stage. When brilliance and talent crash together, it can make magic. “I can’t believe you’re mine, Rosalynn Puzza.”…

  • 2 stars reviews,  new adult,  review

    Tacet a Mortuis (Whispers from the Dead) (The Elite King’s Club #3) by Amo Jones

    “As graceful as a floating swan but as deadly as a silver bullet.” Resume: After Madison finding out the lies and secrets that have been told all her life, she must decide who she can trust or not. Bishop is ready to tell the truth and his secrets but will Madison understand and forgive? This is the third and last book for the couple Madison and Bishop and all truths are about to be revealed. “Blood means nothing, loyalty means everything.” I’m trying to understand this book. Honestly, it felt like these three books for Madison and Bishop weren’t necessary. The author basically recycled the first 2 books and barely added…

  • 2 stars reviews,  new adult,  review

    Damien (Slater Brothers, #5) by L.A. Casey

    “Say anything. I just want to hear your voice.” Resume: Alannah Ryan had always suffered in silence, until that silence became so deafening she spilled secrets that she never intended to. Damien Slater was the reason for every bad thing in the lives of those he loved most. A decision he made when he was just fifteen destroyed his brothers’ lives, and there was nothing he could do to change the things they had endured. Running away helped Damien heal, and returning to Ireland only caused Alannah more pain. Pain he intended to eradicate and replace with the passion he knew they both shared. “Where do I start with Damien? Damien was……

  • 2 stars reviews,  dark,  new adult,  review

    Hideaway (Devil’s Night #2) by Penelope Douglas

    “I’ll kiss you like I should’ve.”  Resume: The continuation of the Devil’s Night series, brings the story of Kai Mori and Banks. The story takes us back to their highschool days where the “Four Horseman” ruled the school and had all girls after them. Kai used to have all girls he wanted, until a tomboy girl caught his attention. Seven years later, Kai is still recovering from his time he spent in prison when during a meeting, he meets the girl that has been haunting him for seven years and that holds the answers he needs for the questions inside his head. “There is something about you, kid,” he said “Around…