Sleight – Review + GIVEAWAY

Once again, I'm thrilled to be on this book tour with Rockstar Book Tours! If you haven't subscribed to their email list for tour signups, I highly encourage you to. They always host amazing books, and I've been introduced to some phenomenal books thanks to their tours. Click the photo above, or HERE to check [...]

The Cruel Prince – Review

"I can see why humans succumb to the beautiful nightmare of the Court, why they willingly drown in it." Oh boy. It's been nearly a month since I've read this and I still can't decide whether I like this book. I don't hate it, but I definitely don't love it. Even though I really want [...]

Children Of Blood And Bone – Review

"It doesn't matter how strong I get, how much power my magic wields. They will always hate me in this world." I should start by saying, I'd been dying to get my hands on this book for months! I know, I know. Hyped books. But this one called out to me. And JUST LOOK AT [...]

Shadow Call – Review + GIVEAWAY

WARNING!!! There will be minor spoilers for Shadow Run. If you haven't read it, PLEASE DO!!! Take a look at my review for it! Be sure to check out Rockstar Book Tours by clicking the photo above or HERE! I am always thrilled to be a part of their tours, and this one is no [...]

Shadow Run – Review

"I liked to think I wasn't new to danger, but the longer I spent in these cold fringes, the more I learned that the term acceptable risk meant something quite different from what I was used to." In this future world, all the portals linking galaxies have been destroyed long ago by a substance that's [...]

A Psalm For Lost Girls – Review

*** This review was originally published at Teenreads.com, click HERE to view*** In her debut novel, A PSALM FOR LOST GIRLS, Katie Bayerl presents a profound coming of age story wrapped within a thriller. Themes of loss, love, sisterhood and faith are saturated throughout the pages. The added layers of suspense and mystery give this [...]

People Like Us – Review

"I was determined to redesign myself completely into a Bates girl, and as soon as I took that dive, I knew exactly what kind of girl I would be. The kind who jumps first and stays under ten seconds too long." Kay Donovan has more than a few things she doesn't want people to know [...]

The Midnights – Review

"Even as time passed, as my fingertips hardened into calluses, as I slipped into those awkward early teenage years, my father's studio remained the sole place where I felt the most extraordinary, and most alive." Susannah Hayes wants to follow in her musician father's footsteps more than anything. She writes song lyrics in her spare [...]

Renegades – Review

"We were all villains in the beginning." Renegades, though made to feel as if ripped from the pages of comics, is actually far from the typical comic-book style story. While we deal with heroes and villains, the more you read, the more you realize that the lines between those two aren't quite as clear as [...]

The Hate U Give – Review

"When I was twelve, my parents had two talks with me. One was the usual birds and bees. The other talk was about what to do if a cop stopped me." The Hate U Give has been at the top of the New York Times Bestselling list for an impressive 51 weeks. Once you open [...]