Review & Guest Post: Broken Blood by Heather Hildenbrand

Alex stood on the roof of Griffin Hall for what would be the last time and looked out over the grounds of Wood Point. From here, all of the buildings were visible—and bustling with activity, even this early. Parents loading their cars with their student’s baggage. Kids horsing around or exchanging numbers. One last kiss with their latest beau. He had done none of that. The few people he knew well enough to say goodbye to were going with him as part of Kane’s hunting party. Except for her. But he’d already said his goodbyes and he wasn’t up for doing it again. Damn, but it’d been hard to walk away last night. Especially after the way she’d thrown herself into his arms. Her dress bunched up around her thighs and tears streaking down her cheeks … he couldn’t get the image out of his head. He wouldn’t for a long time, he was sure. In some ways, he hated the way she affected him. She was nothing like what he should want. But it’s not like he’d been able to control it. Just then, the door to Lexington Hall opened and she walked out into the filtered sunlight of the courtyard. Cambria was beside her. He’d heard they were spending the summer together. His chest pinged with jealousy. Part of him wished it were him she would be spending time with this summer—but at least she had a friend. She deserved some fun, some down time after everything that’d happened the past few weeks. From his perch on the roof, he watched them cross the courtyard, smiling and talking, as they headed for closing assembly. He knew the bus would be waiting on him by now but he couldn’t take his eyes off her. The cheap, black gown she wore did nothing to diminish her beauty. Her tanned skin gleamed smooth and fresh and her hair glistened in the sunlight. She looked untouchable. Or at least, that’s how it felt as she passed through the doorway leading to the auditorium and disappeared from view. It felt final. He hated the ache it left in his ribs. From the other side of Griffin Hall, a horn sounded. He sighed and finally turned for the stairs.

Review & Release Blitz: Simple Beginnings by Janelle Stalder

Simple Beginnings by Janelle Stalder Published by March 10, 2015 via Smashwords Ella Page planned to spend her summer before college like most girls her age - shopping, tanning, swimming, repeat. Instead she finds herself helping out on her grandma's farm, where she is forced to work side by side with her ex-best friend, Gage … Continue reading Review & Release Blitz: Simple Beginnings by Janelle Stalder

Book Review: White Like Me: Reflections on Race from a Privileged Son by Tim Wise

White Like Me Tim Wise Published 2005 Amazon Synopsis With a new preface and updated chapters, White Like Me is one-part memoir, one-part polemical essay collection. It is a personal examination of the way in which racial privilege shapes the daily lives of white Americans in every realm: employment, education, housing, criminal justice, and elsewhere. … Continue reading Book Review: White Like Me: Reflections on Race from a Privileged Son by Tim Wise

Untold by Sarah Rees Brennan

Untold Sarah Rees Brennan Published September 24th 2013 by Random House Books for Young Readers 367 Pages Goodreads | Amazon | Barnes & Nobles Synopsis:  It's time to choose sides.... On the surface, Sorry-in-the-Vale is a sleepy English town. But Kami Glass knows the truth. Sorry-in-the-Vale is full of magic. In the old days, the … Continue reading Untold by Sarah Rees Brennan

Unspoken by Sarah Rees Brennan

Unspoken Sarah Rees Brennan Published September 11th 2012 by Random House Books for Young Readers 370 Pages Goodreads | Amazon | Barnes & Nobles Synopsis: Kami Glass loves someone she’s never met . . . a boy she’s talked to in her head ever since she was born. She wasn’t silent about her imaginary friend … Continue reading Unspoken by Sarah Rees Brennan

The Good Girl’s Guide To Bad Boys by Katie hart

The Good Girl's Guide To Bad Boys  Katie hart Published September 19th 2014 by Carina 304 Pages Goodreads | Amazon | Barnes & Nobles First I have to say how insanely proud I am of Katie Hart. I was one of the many readers who had this on Wattpad. I remember impatiently waiting for the … Continue reading The Good Girl’s Guide To Bad Boys by Katie hart

My January TBR Video!

Hi All! I decided to start posting my youtube posts. Thanks so much for watching and leave me a comment on what you are reading this month! Also, if you would like to subscribe to my channel and get notification every time I post a new video, please follow the link below:

Where I have been?

Helllooooooo Everyone!!! I know that I have been really gone for a while now and I would like to send out my sincerest apologies! Geez, I do not even know where I should begin on an explanation??? Well, first off, we had MAJOR computer issues!!! Like...the computer died...LITERALLY! We did not have the cash flow for … Continue reading Where I have been?

The Language of Hoofbeats by Catherine Ryan Hyde

Paperback: 342 pages Publisher: Lake Union Publishing (December 9, 2014)   New to a small town, Jackie and Paula envision a quiet life for their kids: a young adopted son and two teenage foster children, including the troubled Star. However, they quickly butt heads with their neighbor, Clementine, who disapproves of their lifestyle and is … Continue reading The Language of Hoofbeats by Catherine Ryan Hyde