• 4 stars reviews,  new adult,  review

    A Court of Thorns and Roses (A Court of Thorns and Roses #1) by Sarah J. Maas

    “Be glad of your human heart, Feyre. Pity those who don’t feel anything at all.” Resume: Feyre’s survival rests upon her ability to hunt and kill – the forest where she lives is a cold, bleak place in the long winter months. So when she spots a deer in the forest being pursued by a wolf, she cannot resist fighting it for the flesh. But to do so, she must kill the predator and killing something so precious comes at a price. “We need hope, or else we cannot endure. ” I have been avoiding reading this series because they have too many pages but how I regret it! Meet Feyre.…

  • 4 stars reviews,  new adult,  review,  romance

    Ryan’s Bed by Tijan

    “You can’t battle someone who’s lost everything.” Resume: Mackenzie crawled into Ryan Jensen’s bed that first night by accident. She barely knew him. She thought it was his sister’s bed—her room. It took seconds to realize my error, and she should’ve left but she didn’t. She found safety by being by his side. Because—four hours earlier—her twin sister killed herself. “My insides felt pulled apart and put together wrong. Nothing felt right anymore. ” A nice book about grief, family struggles and finding love. I really liked Ryan and had some issues with Mac but overall she was a nice protagonist, so sad and dark and unstable. The way Ryan loves Mac, how…

  • 5 stars review,  new adult,  review

    Follow Me Back (Fight for me, #2) by L. A. Jackson

    “Did you know the first time I saw you, you knocked the air right out of my lungs?” Resume: When Kale accepts a new position down the street from Hope’s shop, he begins to question every wall he’s built around his heart. But taking her won’t come without consequences. Hope is in for the fight of her life. One neither of them saw coming. Now Kale must decide if loving her is worth risking it all. “Don’t ever, ever give up on hope. Because it’s always there, no matter how dismal things might seem.” My feelings are everywhere. I can’t express how I loved this book. Kale is probably one of the best…

  • 3 stars review,  new adult,  review

    Angel (Made Man, #5) by Sarah Brianne

      “I realized I could either spend an eternity here, trapped, or I could spend an eternity here, with you.” Resume: Angel is the son of the devil, bleeding Luciano blood. Adalyn is fascinated by bad boys, bleeding Caruso blood. Adalyn wants to be a mob wife. Angel doesn’t want to have anything to do with someone from Caruso blood. Seized by his enemies, he’s only a moment away from death. Toying with the enemy, Adalyn is about to get caught in her own trap while Angel is about to find out some things are stronger than blood. “I don’t belong here, sweetness. We both know that… But I think I might…

  • 4 stars reviews,  new adult,  review

    Six of Hearts (Hearts #1) by L. H. Cosway

    “Note to self: Never try to out-trick a trickster.” Resume: Six of Hearts is a stand-alone that shows us the story of Jason Fields and Matilda Brandon. The illusionist Jay appears at Matilda’s father company seeking for help in defamation lawsuit against a newspaper. After her father declines to represent Jay, he offers him a bedroom to rent which Jay accepts. What happens next is a start of a friendship that becomes love mixed with tricks and other illusions. What Matilda doesn’t know, is that Jay has secrets and those secrets involves both. “He has this magnetic energy that makes me feel anxious and excited all at once.” The story is told…

  • 4 stars reviews,  new adult,  review

    Midnight Blue by L. J. Shen

    “There was a fire to him and it was going to consume him one day.” Resume: Alex Winslow is a British rock star that comes from a shattered family and is recovering from drinking and drugs while trying to save his group’s career. Indigo, or better known as Indie, needs money to help her family so she accepts be Alex’s babysitter. It seems easy. Be there and make sure Alex stays away from his addictions and keep him clean. But it isn’t. With time, Indie becomes Alex’s muse and he needs her as people needs air to breathe. So he consumes her, takes her body, her heart, her sould and her…

  • dark,  new adult

    Reading again: Born in Blood Mafia Chronicles series

    Born in Blood Mafia Chronicles series was one of those series that took me as BAM. I wasn’t expecting to like it so much. Maybe because the author made the characters loyal to themselves and continue having a dark side despite the romance going on. After re-reading, I can now find flaws. I can also find questions that I was blind to think since I was so hyped by the series.      Overall, it is a good series. it’s also one of those rare cases where book #2 is better than book #1 and the whole series itself. The characters are well building, the plot is interesting. Yet the author has…

  • 4 stars reviews,  dark,  new adult,  review

    Lucca (Made Men #4) by Sarah Brianne

    “You will never know the love I feel for her . How beautiful it is. How painful it can be. What it felt like when I first looked at her. ”  Resume: Lucca was made the underboss, being what nightmares are made of. Chloe was scarred by her past, learning too young that nightmares are real. He has waited long enough to claim her soul, but he must take it from the devil first. Her soul might have been better off claimed by the devil. The only way to save her from her past is to delve into his. The world as she knows it will come crashing down. “It took me one look…

  • 5 stars review,  new adult,  review,  romance

    The Butterfly Project by Emma Scott

    “Lessening the misery of the past will lead to a brighter future.”  Resume: Zelda Rossi witnessed the unthinkable, and has spent the last ten years hardening her heart against the guilt and grief. She channels her pain into her art: a dystopian graphic novel where vigilantes travel back in time to stop heinous crimes—like child abduction—before they happen. Beckett Copeland spent two years in prison for armed robbery, and is now struggling to keep his head above water. A bike messenger by day, he speeds around New York City, riding fast and hard but going nowhere, his criminal record holding him back almost as much as the guilt of his crime. Zelda and…

  • 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…