Saturday, 20 February 2016

Mini Review ~ Forever (Seaside #3.5) by Rachel Van Dyken

Forever (Seaside, #3.5)Paperback purchased by myself

Release Date: November 4th 2013

Publisher: Self-published

Men fall hard. Rock stars? Fall the hardest.

This is the conclusion to Alec and Nat's story.

I breathed in and out for a few seconds as I waited at the end of the aisle. It felt like I was standing overlooking the edge of a cliff, and the minute I saw my future wife, I was going to freefall.

The music started.

Shit, I was seriously going to pass out.

People stood, Demetri nodded his head and patted me on the back.

And then I saw her.

It was like seeing her for the first time all over again. Memories of meeting her that first day of school had me grinning from ear to ear. The local girl, who didn’t even know who I was the first time she saw me, fell for me. And in return, gave me her heart for safekeeping. I ached to touch her as she walked slowly down the aisle. Her brown eyes met mine. And I lost it. Every single fear that I was holding on to snapped.

Forget drugs.

Forget needing to calm down.

I couldn’t stop my heart from beating out of my chest, and I didn’t want to. I just wanted to touch her, to tell her how pretty she was in her white dress. I wanted to promise her forever, I wanted to be her eternity.

My Opinion

This was the perfect end to Alec's and Nat's story. I loved the chemistry and I'm so glad Dimitri got an ending too. I don't usually buy novellas, but I had to read this one. It had all of the aspects I love from this series and ended this section of the story in a satisfying way. I can't wait to watch Jaymeson fall now!


Friday, 19 February 2016

Review ~ Shatter (Seaside, #3) by Rachel Van Dyken

Shatter (Seaside, #3)
Paperback purchased by myself

Release Date: May 19th 2013

Publisher: Self-published

Sometimes the only way to heal... is to shatter.

Rock star Alec Daniels has it all. Love, fame, money... But being in the limelight isn't all it’s cracked up to be, and after one bad choice comes back to haunt him he is left picking up the pieces of his carefully constructed life. Now he faces the toughest decision of his life: 
Deal with his mistake like a man, or dive back into the dark hole of depression, drugs, and denial that have been his comfort for so long.
One wrong move could destroy everything. His girlfriend, his family, and his future.

My Opinion

I jumped right into this book straight after Pull. I still have no idea why I put off reading them for so long. The stories are engaging, there are moments that make you smile, moments that break your heart, and the characters are brilliant. 

I love that the comedy elements that come with this series. Although Eagle Elite is my favourite series by this author, these books are just as great. They're easy, relaxing reads that are full of hope as the characters traverse the difficulties of being a rockstar.

Overall, another brilliant read. I'm picking up Fall now!


Thursday, 18 February 2016

Review ~ Pull (Seaside, #2) by Rachel Van Dyken

Pull (Seaside, #2)
ebook purchased by myself.

Release Date: February 27th 2013

Publisher: Self-published

Jaded rock star, Demetri Daniels, is in Hell — also known as Seaside, Oregon. Sent to rehab after nearly getting himself killed last year, his record company wants nothing more than for him to lay low, away from the limelight.

Irritated and more alone than he’s ever been in his life, Demetri tries desperately to rebuild his shattered reputation as a drug addict and player, which proves to be difficult when he meets Alyssa.

Alyssa is everything he should stay away from. She’s beautiful, smart, but above all else, she’s damaged. And one thing Demetri has learned is two broken hearts don’t equal a whole.
In the end, he has to decide if he can rise above the life he’s created in learning from his past mistakes, or fall into the darkness of his choices.

My Opinion

Why has it taken me so long to download this? I read Tear and Capture ages ago and have all of the paperbacks for books 3, 4, and 5. I held of reading them all because I hadn't read Pull and I have no idea why since RVD is one of my favourite authors. 

Once again she creates a brilliant story filled with intense emotion. Wheither it was to bring a smile to my face or tug on my heartstrings, I loved Dimitri and the entire story. It was well crafted and just an easy journey to follow.

Overall, another brilliant read by this author!


Wednesday, 17 February 2016

Review ~ Love Surfaced (Love Surfaced #1) by Michelle Lynn

Love Surfaced
ebook purchased by myself.

Release Date: March 30th 2015

Publisher: Self-published

The equations are simple.

Piper Ashby + Brad Ashby = Twin Siblings
Brad Ashby + Tanner McCain = Best Friends
Piper Ashby + Tanner McCain = Off limits

Tanner and I abided by the rules. We stayed on our designated sides of the relationship circle. 

Ignoring swarming butterflies.
Brushing off skipped heartbeats.
Settling on lingering stares.

Here’s the secret … a hand extended over that invisible line once, exponentially changing the equation. I was convinced we could make our relationship work until Tanner broke the trust he embedded in me from the age of seven. 

One deceit of mega proportions and the relationship we built for that short month vanished. I swore never to speak to him again and it’s worked. Until now—two years later, when my brother’s wedding places me face-to-face with the best man—Tanner McCain. 

Leaving one equation to be solved. Can love surface twice?

My Opinion

So I read this series in the wrong order, which is why this review is coming after Love Rekindled. I did this knowingly since I received an ARC of book 2 and once I'd finished that I needed to go back and buy book 1. It's safe to say I enjoyed Love Surfaced as much as Love Rekindled. 

The characters in this book were just as entertaining to read about. Of course, not all secrets were kept because I'd read book 2, but the author did a great job of holding my interest. I liked Tanner and Piper, and I loved finding out their story which had intrigued me in book 2.

There was only one downside which is why this isn't rated as highly as Love Rekindled, and that was that it did feel a little jumpy and the pacing wasn't as great. The time shift came all of a sudden and personally it felt quite jarring. I wanted the early relationship between Tanner and Piper to have been developed more so that when things hit the fan I felt more emotionally invested. Similarly, Brad's reaction to their relationship disappointed me. Couldn't there have been a little drama?

Overall though, I'm glad I read this book. It was an easy read to get lost in and I'll definitely be reading more by this author.


Tuesday, 16 February 2016

Review ~ Love Rekindled (Love Surfaced #2) by Michelle Lynn

Love Rekindled
eARC received via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

Release Date: February 16th 2016

Publisher: Self-published

Taylor Delaney is the love of my life.
She’s also the one I've hurt the most.
Two years ago, I made a disastrous mistake.
One I’m not sure I can make amends from.
But I have to try, because I’m nothing without her.

Brad Ashby's here, in my hometown, asking for a second chance.
All those unresolved feelings for him have resurfaced.
Not that they ever went away.
I know I should run him out of the town, but I can’t.
He needs to know that I wasn’t the only one who was deceived.

Even if we gave our relationship another try, how can we rebuild what’s been destroyed? If we weren’t strong enough then, what makes us strong enough now?

My Opinion

For some reason this book really intrigued me and I couldn't wait to read it. It was one of those titles I see and then no other book exists until I've read it. Thankfully, it didn't disappoint either.

Love Rekindled is the first book I've read by this author. I debated over whether or not to buy book 1 and read that first but in the end decided to take a chance on this one first. I will definitely be going back and picking up book 1 now though.

This was just a really easy and pleasant read. It's full of hope and second chances. Even though there's a sad history between Brad and Taylor, Love Rekindled didn't dwell on the negatives. The author kept the book positive and I enjoyed it. It put a smile on my face and was just an overall great read about a guy earning forgiveness and growing into a better person.

I'd definitely recommend this book. The characters are likeable, it's sweet, beautifully paced, and uplifting. It's one of those reads where you root for the characters and fall in love with their story.


Monday, 15 February 2016

Review ~ The Consequence of Seduction (Consequence, #3) by Rachel Van Dyken

The Consequence of Seduction (Consequence, #3)
eARC received via the tour company in exchange for an honest review

Release Date: February 9th 2015

Publisher: Skyscape


My Opinion
As you're all probably aware by now, I love this author. Whether it's to write about hot mafia men, rockers, or actors there's always something about her books that make me fall in love with them. The Consequence of Seduction was no different. Since reading The Consequences of Loving Colton I've been eagerly anticipating each book in the series.
Just like the previous two books, The Consequence of Seduction had all of the elements of slap-stick and humour. There was plenty of Max drama that put a smile on my face and witty conversations that made me laugh. And of course, because it's Reid's story Grandma also made an appearance.

I will admit it's not my favourite in the series. At times I found myself confused with comments made by characters, and some of the jokes felt a bit repetitive. However, I did still enjoy it. It was an easy, light-hearted read that's a great pick-me-up.

Overall, I'd definitely recommend this book and anything by this author. She has any easy style to lose yourself in and there are plenty of colourful characters in this series. Can't wait for Jason's book!



Rachel Van Dyken is the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today Bestselling author of regency and contemporary romances. When she's not writing you can find her drinking coffee at
Starbucks and plotting her next book while watching The Bachelor.

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Saturday, 13 February 2016

Review ~ Glass Sword (Red Queen, #2) by Victoria Aveyard

Glass Sword (Red Queen, #2)eARC received via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

Release Date: February 11th 2016

Publisher: HaprerTeen

Mare Barrow’s blood is red—the color of common folk—but her Silver ability, the power to control lightning, has turned her into a weapon that the royal court tries to control. 

The crown calls her an impossibility, a fake, but as she makes her escape from Maven, the prince—the friend—who betrayed her, Mare uncovers something startling: she is not the only one of her kind.

Pursued by Maven, now a vindictive king, Mare sets out to find and recruit other Red-and-Silver fighters to join in the struggle against her oppressors. 

But Mare finds herself on a deadly path, at risk of becoming exactly the kind of monster she is trying to defeat. 

Will she shatter under the weight of the lives that are the cost of rebellion? Or have treachery and betrayal hardened her forever?

My Opinion

I was excited to read Glass Sword when I saw it up on NetGalley. I really enjoyed the first instalment and was therefore eager to see how the plot developed. Unfortunately, I didn't grow to love this book as much as I thought I would. I wanted to like it and it's not the book's fault, I think my tastes have changed since book 1's release and this happens to be a genre I've fallen out of love with for now.

For that reason I'm not going to say too much on this book. I skimmed the last 50% curious to see how Mare's fate unfolded, but it just felt so similar to everything else in the genre that I flicked even more as I went on.

If you like this genre and enjoyed the first book you will probably still like Glass Sword. For me, I don't think I'll be reading more. The genre doesn't have anything new to offer me.


Friday, 12 February 2016

Review ~ A Friendly Flirtation (Friends First, #3) by Christine Warner

A Friendly Flirtation (Friends First, #3)
eARC received via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

Release Date: February 15th 2016

Publisher: Entangled Publishing

Allison Hall is fed up with being a social outcast. Even at the tech company where she works for her brother and his best friend, Jared, she's the invisible nerdy girl. What she needs is confidence—and that requires a makeover and dating tips. And she knows just the man to help…

Jared Esterly is shocked when Allison asks for his assistance and turns her down, knowing that her brother—his business partner and best friend, Nick—would kill him if he dated her, even if it is just for practice. But when Al’s attempt to make changes on her own fails spectacularly, Jared reluctantly steps in. Things heat up quickly, and soon lessons move from the salon to the bedroom.

When overprotective big-brother Nick discovers Jared is dating Allison, their friendship and business partnership sour. Allison, consumed by guilt, must make a choice: stay with Jared, even though that means ruining his friendship with Nick and possibly his career, or leave the one man who sets her on fire.

My Opinion

Okay, I thought these characters sounded familiar. It wasn't until I logged in here that my memory was jogged into remembering I'd read book 2 last year. Had I known that I probably would have skipped requesting this book since book 2 fell flat for me. However, I'm kind of glad I didn't make the connection until it was too late.

I requested A Friendly Flirtation because, first of all I liked the cover. Secondly I'm a big fan of the brother's best friend romance trope. I found this book to be a nice, gentle, easy read, and a definite improvement over book 2. Although I still feel there needs to be more character development and back story, it was a quick fluffy read that gave me a few smiles and giggles along the way. I could semi-relate to Allison's desire to fit in, which was what kept me interested.

Overall, if you're looking for an in-depth romance this series probably isn't for you. However, if you want a light, fluffy read you might enjoy it. 


Monday, 8 February 2016

Review ~ Gus (Bright Side #2) by Kim Holden

Gus (Bright Side, #2)
Paperback purchased by myself.

Release Date: May 9th 2015

Publisher: Self-published

The journey that began in top-rated, best-selling Bright Side, continues ... 

This is the story of Gus. 
Losing himself. 
Finding himself. 
And healing along the way. 

“ … but the honest-to-God truth is I don’t even know how to function anymore. Bright Side wasn’t only my best friend; she was like my other half ... the other half of my brain, the other half of my conscience, the other half of my sense of humor, the other half of my creativity, the other half of my heart. How do you go back to doing what you did before, when half of you is gone forever?”

My Opinion

I picked up Gus straight after reading Bright Side. Unlike Bright Side I didn't know what to expect from Gus except that it would be his story after the events that take place in Bright Side. 

I think I enjoyed this book more because I didn't go in expecting too much. I was very much along for the ride and just enjoyed what unfolded. I wasn't always thinking ahead, wondering if events were going to make me cry. And compared to Bright Side, Gus was a lot more light-hearted. It has it's touching and moving moments as Gus struggles to cope, but it did put a smile on my face more than once.

I thought the relationship between Scout and Gus was cute. I liked how they helped each other and I did root for them. It was interesting to see their distaste for each other turn into affection, and I thought the pacing was just right.

Overall, I enjoyed this more than Bright Side, and in a sense it did give me closure. It picks up right where Bright Side left off so you need to read them in order, but Gus kind of heals you.


Sunday, 7 February 2016

Review ~ Bright Side (Bright Side, #1) by Kim Holden

Bright Side (Bright Side, #1)
ebook purchased by myself

Release Date: July 4th 2014

Publisher: Self-published

Everyone has one. 
Some are bigger than others. 
And when secrets are revealed, 
Some will heal you ... 
And some will end you. 

Kate Sedgwick’s life has been anything but typical. She’s endured hardship and tragedy, but throughout it all she remains happy and optimistic (there’s a reason her best friend Gus calls her Bright Side). Kate is strong-willed, funny, smart, and musically gifted. She’s also never believed in love. So when Kate leaves San Diego to attend college in the small town of Grant, Minnesota, the last thing she expects is to fall in love with Keller Banks. 

They both feel it. 
But they each have a reason to fight it. 
They each have a secret. 

And when secrets are revealed, 
Some will heal you … 
And some will end you.

My Opinion

I'm going to be honest, if I wasn't attending a signing this author is going to in the next few months, I would not have picked up this book. I would have glanced over it for the cover alone--yes I'm guilty of judging a book by its cover. Even when I saw the author was attending the signing, I wasn't too keen on reading it. Then everyone in the signing group started raving about it so I thought I'd give it a go. 

Bright Side was a touching read about living in the moment and making the most of life. It had a good message in it, and a likeable cast who drew you in. Kate really was the glue that held everything together. It was easy to feel not only the love she gave out, but also the love she received in return. As Gus' nickname for her suggests, she really did look on the bright side of things and it was a nice change from characters who tend to look down on things.

However, unfortunately, I did get to the end feeling let down. This isn't the book's fault, more mine I think. As you know, it takes a lot for me to cry at a book and Bright Side was sold to me as a heartbreaking read that would have me sobbing. For me, I think it was bigged up. It was definitely moving, and I can see why other people cried. Personally, though I found it predictable and I went in expecting more than I probably should have.

That's not to say it wasn't a good read. It is. 

It's touching, moving, makes you think, and pulls you into the author's world.

Overall, Bright Side is a good read. I went in expecting too much, but that doesn't mean it won't pull on your heartstrings if you give it a go.


Saturday, 6 February 2016

Review ~ ZEKE (Breaking the Declan Brothers, #3) by Kelly Gendron

ZEKE (Breaking the Declan Brothers, #3)
eARC received via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

Release Date: January 22nd 2016

Publisher: Self-published

“Some guys call, some date, and some guys, they might even get married. But, sweetheart, I ain’t any of those guys...” ~ Zeke Declan

Every girl in Galveston County knows about Zeke Declan’s rules and has agreed to them or is considering them. 
Rule #1 Don’t call him. He’ll call you. 
Rule #2 He doesn’t date. 
Rule #3 No sleepovers. 
Rule #4 Absolutely, no virgins.

When a couple friends talk me into going back to their hometown in the Bayou for the summer and challenge me to break “the best damn lay in Galveston County” along with every single one of his ridiculous rules, I’m confident that I can get the job done. I’m no stranger to men. I have five older brothers. I’m a teacher and I’m used to being around rebellious teenagers. However, Zeke Declan is definitely not someone that I could have prepared for. He’s not a testosterone-fueled, immature boy. He’s a confident, arousing, playful, and mind-melting man. But, behind that sexy charming smile, I know he’s hiding a secret. And, in order to break him, I’m going to need to find out what it is...

My Opinion

I've enjoyed this series because each book is a quick easy read with a little bit of romance. The concept across all three books on breaking the Declan brothers was intriguing to watch unfold and I was looking forward to Zeke's book and seeing how Lurlene broke his rules.

Whilst this was once again an easy read, I did find myself wishing there was more new story. It was short as it was and then the author did repeat book 1 and 2 info in it a lot. I felt a little let down as I wanted more Zeke. 

The relationship also developed very fast in this. That's not necessarily a bad thing. These books are short and to the point. It made them good to relax with for an hour.

Overall it was enjoyable. I don't think it's my favourite of the series, but it kept me entertained.


Friday, 5 February 2016

Review ~ An Ounce of Hope (A Pound of Flesh, #2) by Sophie Jackson

An Ounce of Hope (A Pound of Flesh, #2)eARC received via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

Release Date: January 5th 2015

Publisher: Gallery Books

Max O’Hare can’t seem to let go of his past: his drug habit, the end of his relationship with Lizzie Jordan, the woman he knows he’ll never get over, and the loss of their unborn son.

After successfully completing rehab and learning to explore his deepest fears and dreams through painting, Max meets Grace Brooks. With her innate optimism, and her love of art and photography, Grace appears to be the perfect girl. Yet no one knows where she came from, or why she keeps her past so closely guarded. Over time, Max and Grace gradually allow each other in—but will he ever be able to fully let go of his past? Or will his heart remain closed forever?

My Opinion

Well that is disappointing...

Not the book, that was great and I'll get to that in a minute. I just thought I had a lot more left to read. Unfortunately my ARC has the book printed twice in it so at 50% it ended. I thought I had half a book left!!

Anyway, that wouldn't have annoyed me so much if I hadn't been enjoying the book. Just like A Pound of Flesh, An Ounce of Hope absorbed me in the author's world and I engaged with her character brilliantly.

I felt for Max every step of the way and fell in love with him too. An Ounce of Hope is a great read about two broken people finding themselves. 

This book would have been a five for me if not for two things. The first is I kept expecting more to happen. I kept thinking Grace's ex would come back and I was kind of disappointed he didn't to makes things difficult. Secondly, a few parts did fell a little under developed. A few times I wanted more detail on the past and felt there could have been more story potential. Sometimes things felt a little simple.

Other than that I really enjoyed it. It didn't beat book one but it was an engaging read that tugged on my heat strings. If only there was an extra 50% in my ARC...


Wednesday, 3 February 2016

Blog Tour Review ~ Dark Room by L.P. Dover and Heidi McLaughlin

Title: Dark Room: A Society X Novel
Authors: Heidi McLaughlin & L.P. Dover
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: January 26, 2016 Cover Design: Sarah Hansen from Okay Creations Photographer: Eric David Battershell
The rules of Society X are simple . . . break them and you're out.
Rule #1 - No names
It doesn't matter if you want to know, it's forbidden.
Rule #2 - No exchanging numbers
It doesn't matter if you want to call, it's forbidden.
Rule #3 - Everything is to remain strictly anonymous.
It doesn't matter if you want to tell, it's forbidden.
The Dark Room is the only place you can live out your fantasies and no one will ever know it’s you.
For Parker, what started out as a business transaction has turned into an addiction.
For Mia, it's been a chance to discover who she truly is.
What happens in the dark will have you begging for more . . .


When I saw this collaboration I couldn't be more excited. While Heidi McLaughlin is a new author to me--because I haven't found the time to sit and read her work yet--I've only heard good things. She's been on my tbr list for a while and her collaboration with L P Dove, who is one of my favourites, gave me the much needed excuse to read something by her.

Dark Room was an intense read. It's a little different from what I usually read in that it's probably categorised as erotica. That's not to say it wasn't enjoyable. I found the mix of actual romance, back story in the friends to lovers trope, and actual sex was balanced well. I felt like I got to know the characters and be a part of their lives so I could feel for them rather than just read about their many trysts.

The emotional intensity and chemistry between Mia and Parker was great. I believed in it the entire way through. The whole thing to do with the Dark Room was predictable, but I liked knowing what the characters didn't. It added a second dimension to their relationship as I watched them realise their feelings for one another.

The only slight negative I have is the sub-plot regarding Zac. His motives felt a bit weak if I'm honest. I didn't really understand why there was such animosity between him and Parker. I thought Zac added interest with Mia, but a few twists needed slightly more development for me.

Overall though, I really enjoyed Dark Room. It was a hot, quick read with great chemistry.


Tuesday, 2 February 2016

Release Blitz + Giveaway ~ Chameleon Soul (Chequered Flag, #1) by Mia Hoddell

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After one fateful night, Raine Wilkins’ life has never been the same… 

Two years into a relationship with Formula 1 driver Teo Coates, Raine walks out of his life without offering an explanation. To shield him from horrifying events that are best kept secret, Raine breaks her own heart and the heart of the man she loves. And left with no choice, Teo is forced to abandon Raine to finish his race season. 

However, Teo always wins, and losing Raine’s heart has only made him more determined to reclaim it… 

Now, a year later, he’s back, and she’s his only goal. But Raine is no longer the same girl he left behind; she’s broken by the past and struggling to cope with each day. Unbearable memories have her nights plagued with fear, while her days are spent deliberately hiding away to avoid triggering full-blown panic attacks. Therefore, when Teo returns as England’s favourite driver, and demands answers, all of Raine’s careful planning is destroyed. 

She is thrown into the one place she never wants to be—the spotlight. 

Her newfound fame as Teo’s public girlfriend raises old dangers, and exposes her to a group who will stop at nothing to tear them apart. If Raine and Teo are to be together, they must confront their past. However, only Raine knows the truth behind what happened during that sinister night, and revealing her secrets may cause Teo to leave for good.


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“Raine, wait!”
Footsteps thundered behind me, forcing me to run faster as my vision began tunnelling. Bouncing off the walls as I rounded corners, I attempted to trace my steps back to the exit through the labyrinth of hallways.
I could hear the footsteps growing louder, as if Nadine was right on my heels, but I couldn’t look without losing my rhythm.
Abruptly, I was jerked to a stop by a hand on my wrist. I spun at the touch, flinging my back against the wall with a scream. My movements were too fast to take anything in.
“What the f*** are you doing here?” The voice that snarled the words was not Nadine’s. Even full of malice I could never forget his tone. Despite that, my brain was no longer thinking logically.
I raised my hands instinctively to shield my face, the line between reality and my memories blurring. The brightly lit corridor was too tight and darkness encroached from every corner.
I was back in the alley. The rough bricks bit into my spine as I cowered into the building praying I could make myself invisible.
“No, not again,” I whimpered, my hands shaking. “Please, not again.”
In my mind they were coming at me, closing the distance.
No matter how tiny I made myself they could still see me.
“Don’t hurt me. Let me go!” White-hot panic rose in my chest, consuming me and fuelling the memory. Everything felt so similar, I wasn’t even seeing what was really in front of me.

#1 Amazon bestselling author Mia Hoddell lives in the UK with her family and two cats. She spends most of her time writing or reading, loves anything romantic, and has an overactive imagination that keeps her up until the early hours of the morning.

Mia has written over ten titles including her Seasons of Change series, the Chequered Flag series, the Elemental Killers series, and her standalone novels False Finder and Not Enough.

Her favourite genres are contemporary romance or romantic suspense, and with an ever growing list of ideas she is trying to keep up with the speed at which her imagination generates them. She also designs book covers on her website M Designs.

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