Posts Tagged: new adult

Jun 03
Wattpad Review and Interview – “Bed Warmer” by CometsofMind

Wattpad Review and Interview – “Bed Warmer” by CometsofMind

Reviews, Wattpad 3

In the three years I’ve been on Wattpad, the site has gained millions of members, reinvented its layout, and continues to have a flourishing community across the globe. With all the works Wattpad has to offer, however, it can be difficult to sift through columns of stories and find a good, original read. “Bed Warmer” kind of snuck up on me. I probably found it browsing someone’s profile, and while I’m not usually a fan of “noun/definition” summaries, this one… Read more »

Aug 03
Review: Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover

Review: Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover

1 Stars, DNF, Reviews 1

DNF Review. I could would not finish this book. I was excited to read this because I thought it’d be a fun and dramatic romance that I would love, and I’ve heard good things about Colleen Hoover so I was eager to see what the buzz was about. However, this book was a HUGE disappointment. Even worse, it made me feel all gross and uncomfortable and angry. BLAH. The felt repulsed by the characters and their actions and I WILL RANT… Read more »

Oct 22
Blog Tour: Review of The Reason I Stay by Patty Maximini

Blog Tour: Review of The Reason I Stay by Patty Maximini

4 Stars, Blog Tour, Reviews 2

the plot The romance was ADORABLE. Although, at some points it felt like it was moving too fast and as if a bit of insta-love was occurring, which I wasn’t a huge fan of. I felt like since the characters start off totally angry at each other that it was a bit weird for them to be getting so close so quickly. Especially since Matt had come across as SUCH a terrible person. Beside that, I loved their relationship and… Read more »

Sep 26
Blog Tour Review: Shameless by Nina Lemay

Blog Tour Review: Shameless by Nina Lemay

5 Stars, Blog Tour, Reviews 6

the plot Hannah is a student in Montreal who is paying for college by stripping every night at a local club. Honestly, I was a bit wary about where this book was going to go when it started, especially since the book is contemporary romance and it focuses more on the characters and relationships than it does on a specific plot. Which is kind of the point, except Shameless surprised me in the end when unexpected problems arise and put Hannah… Read more »

Sep 25
That’s What He Said (3)

That’s What He Said (3)

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That’s What He Said Thursday is a weekly meme hosted by Chapter Break! Join in to share favorite quotes from your favorite book boyfriends! : D Shameless was a very romantic, sad, and sweet book with the perfect male love interest. Okay, well he wasn’t perfect and he had a few issues, but come on, how sweet is that quote? About Shameless by Nina Lemay Girls like me don’t get happy endings. I know what I am. At worst a… Read more »

Aug 18
Release Day Blitz: Shameless by Nina Lemay

Release Day Blitz: Shameless by Nina Lemay

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Hey guys! I went to a one direction concert last night! I had a blast! I had scheduled a post all about it and intended for it to go up yesterday, however for some reason, it didn’t work. All these little glitches on my blog are really starting to drive me insane. Anyway, the concert post was something I decided I didn’t need to share, especially since it would be late info. On a lighter note, how awesome is the… Read more »

Aug 02
DNF Review: Misplaced by Lee Murray

DNF Review: Misplaced by Lee Murray

DNF, Reviews 7

I just couldn’t get into this book. The writing didn’t appeal to me, really. It wasn’t bad exactly, but it didn’t hold my attention. I would start reading it and my mind would wander and then I wouldn’t feel like reading. My attention span wasn’t really my only problem, though. I wasn’t engaged by the dialogue. It didn’t feel authentic, and that might just be because I’m used to extremely casual conversation in at home situations, especially with my parents…. Read more »

Jul 24
Review: Burnouts, Geeks, and Jesus Freaks: A Love Story by Karen Gordon

Review: Burnouts, Geeks, and Jesus Freaks: A Love Story by Karen Gordon

4 Stars, Reviews 4

WOW. This book exceeded my expectations by far. The summary is a little… off, in my opinion, I felt like it wasn’t descriptive enough. Most of all, I feel like it doesn’t do the book justice. Burnouts, Geeks, and Jesus Freaks was AMAZING. It was sweet, swoon-worthy, and sad, but in the end, it made you all smiley and tingly. I have to mention that this book was bit more mature than I had anticipated, which wasn’t bad at all,… Read more »

Apr 12
Review: Lingering Echoes by Erica Kiefer

Review: Lingering Echoes by Erica Kiefer

3 Stars, Reviews 2

I started out excited to read this book, but after I started reading it, I was a little disappointed. I didn’t really connect with the characters. The dialogue was off… it just didn’t seem natural. Some of the writing seemed forced and I had trouble believing in the characters. They were a little unrealistic, in my opinion. However, around chapter five, things started to pick up. I grew attached to the main character Allie and her small group of friends…. Read more »

Dec 27
Review: Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell

Review: Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell

4 Stars, Reviews 5

My Thoughts I LOVE THIS BOOK. So much. I probably haven’t loved a book this much since I read Eleanor & Park back in October. Which is to say, I love Rainbow Rowell. She has definitely earned a spot on my list of favorite authors. And not just a spot, but a very high spot. As in she is currently my favorite author. But of course, my ‘favorites’ change so often, it’s nothing special, but… just saying. And onto my… Read more »