• 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…

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    Dark books: My favorite books

    I avoided dark books for a long long time. Mostly because I was so focus reading young adult or romances that I didn’t feel the pull for those type of books. I was also not ready for the pressure of reading something that will mess up with my head and I usually avoid books with agressive scenes. Until I tried one day and I started loving it. Mostly because, when the authors are good, they create a brilliant story around it and they have a great mind. These books are so worth being checked out. I totally recommend them.      Dollar series by Pepper Winters   Bleeding Hearts duo A.…

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    8 books to read in 2018

    I have around 100 books to read (standalone and series) on my Kobo. I also have around 20-30 books on my bookshelves. I told myself “This is it. You are going to pick 8 books to read in 2018” and I will. I should have a bigger goal but I usually let it drag so I prefer to have a small goal and surpass it.         • Without Merit by Colleen Hoover • The Sea of Tranquility by Katja Millay • Turtles All the Way Down by John Green • A Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin • A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas…

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    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…

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    Favorite Books Read in 2017

    2017 wasn’t the best year when comes to books. I didn’t read that many books and there was barely any WOW books. Yet, with the year ending, I’m leaving the list of my favorite books that I read this year.         Rush by Emma Scott Revelry by Kandi Steiner The Opposite of You by Rachel Higginson Love My Way by Kate Sterritt Tempt The Boss by Natasha Madison Dirty Filfthy Rich Men by Laurelin Paige Firefly by Molly McAdams The Hating Game by Sally Thorne I was very surprised by Rachel Higginson, Kandi Steiner and Sally Thorne. I hope their next books will keep the same level as the ones…

  • 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…

  • 4 stars reviews,  dark,  new adult,  review

    The Broken Puppet (Elite King’s Club #2) by Amo Jones

    “I thought I knew who I was, but I was wrong.”  Resume: After all manipulation and lies, Madison decided that the best was for her to run. But she can’t run anywhere he can’t find her. After months gone, Madison is back to the life she thought it was real but ended up being a lie. As the time pass, she gets answers but also more questions, more secrets and lies. “We’ve all lost our mind, baby, but that’s how we all found each other. We’re all lost, but we’re all lost on the same road.” I have mixed feelings about this series. I sure don’t find them the best…

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    Currently reading: The Butterfly Project

    Current page: 140 Opinion so far: I’m really surprised by this book. I didn’t like Emma Scott previous books but this one catched my attention. Fast paced, the story is rolling so well, the connection between the main couple seems so real and it is taking time to build a future relationship. The fact we know so soon the story behind the characters surprised me but I’m glad there is no secrets to drag the story.   Right now, I feel more connected to Beckett than to Zelda but I guess is her impulsive way of thinking and her way of believe what is right that makes me back off…