Detective Work, A Lovable Heroine, A Punchworthy (But Very Kissable) Sidekick // New Adult Paranormal Book Review

What makes Voodoo Moon so special is that it’s set in a lush and vivid post-apocalyptic world where magic, assassins, paranormal beings and one seemingly unsolvable mystery collide in a thrill ride of deceit and a pile up of dead bodies. … More Detective Work, A Lovable Heroine, A Punchworthy (But Very Kissable) Sidekick // New Adult Paranormal Book Review

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A Story About Mistakes, Slut Shaming and Redeeming Friendships // “The Year We Fell Apart”

This book covered some deep issues, whether intentional or not. I felt connected to the main character not because I have made her same mistakes but because I could empathize with her journey. A fantastic and heart-breaking read! … More A Story About Mistakes, Slut Shaming and Redeeming Friendships // “The Year We Fell Apart”

Parallel Dimensions, Fate and a Love Triangle, So Basically My Favorite Kind of Romance // “A Thousand Pieces of You”

A Thousand Pieces of You contains all the elements that I need for an entertaining read. Aside from a few pet peeves, I would still highly recommend. … More Parallel Dimensions, Fate and a Love Triangle, So Basically My Favorite Kind of Romance // “A Thousand Pieces of You”

Throne of Glass – A Non-Traditional Prince, A Pair of Badass Girls

Celaena Sardothien is the most infamous assassin in Adarlan. Thanks to a series of unfortunate events, she’s been slaving away in the salt mines of Endovier for the last year.

That is until the Crown Prince of Adarlan needs her to compete in the King’s upcoming competition. … More Throne of Glass – A Non-Traditional Prince, A Pair of Badass Girls

Top Ten Books of 2015 That Are Sure to Knock-Your-Socks-Off (Because I’m Still Looking For Mine)

This Week’s Prompt: Top Ten Books I Read in 2015 10. The Raven Boys Because I had so many feels… for so many reasons… for so many characters…that I don’t even know where to start.   9.  The Unfortunate Decisions of Dahlia Moss Because I laughed throughout the book and thoroughly enjoyed all the nerdiness that … More Top Ten Books of 2015 That Are Sure to Knock-Your-Socks-Off (Because I’m Still Looking For Mine)

The Autumn Book Tag

  Thanks Trisha Ann @ The Bookgasm for tagging me! I managed to sneak this one in in the nick-of-time. (Haha, get it?! “Nick” of time. It’s almost like “Nic”, which is what some of you call me. Nope, I’m still not funny.)   1.What is your favorite thing about autumn? I love everything about … More The Autumn Book Tag

“I Can Show You The World” (In Books)

I’ve travelled a lot thanks to growing up in a military family. Suffice to say, I love to travel. I love learning about new cultures, trying new food and sight-seeing. But I also love getting to explore the world through books when it’s physically impossible for me to travel. I enjoy seeing the world through other people’s lens. … More “I Can Show You The World” (In Books)

“The Wonderful Thing About Villains Is, Villains are wonderful things…” Wait wrong song.

Villains. I love to hate them. And oftentimes, (okay every damn time) I hate how much I love them. *shrugs unapologetic* What can I say, I have a soft spot for villains. As my 4-year old attests, “they’re just misunderstood”.
But let’s be fair here, a story just isn’t complete with a full fledged villain. … More “The Wonderful Thing About Villains Is, Villains are wonderful things…” Wait wrong song.