Review of Love and Miss Communication by Elyssa Friedland

Amazon/Barnes & Nobles/IndieBound “No more stalking ­people on Google. No more Facebooking exes. No more reading twits on Twitter. No more posting pictures and waiting for “likes.” No more refreshing Gmail every thirty seconds. No more hashtagging meaningless combinations of words. No more Instagramming every instant. No more Foursquaring her whereabouts. No more bidding on…

Review of Amber Smoke by Kristin Cast

Amazon/Barnes &Nobles/Goodreads When I first discovered that Kristin Cast was writing a new series I was so excited to see what she had in store for the fans of the House of Night series. The concept intrigued me as I have always loved Greco-Roman mythology. As soon as I read that description to find it…

Review of Nancy Thayer’s “The Guest Cottage”

Amazon/ Barnes & Nobles/ Goodreads This is a fair, honest review of the book, even though I did receive a complimentary copy of the book in exchange for a review. Reviewing beach reads, as with reviewing books of varying genres, tends to involve an entirely different rubric or set of rules. The rubric contains all…

Review of Outlander Book #1, by Diana Gabaldon

Amazon/Barnes & Nobles/ Books-A-Million/GoodReads This is the type of novel that you’ll want to read in the thick of autumn, while either dreading or looking forward to the advent of winter. Simply put, Outlander is the perfect addition to your Pumpkin Spice latte filled evenings, as the cool, autumn breeze filters its way through a crack in…

Dani Hoots’ Review of Chained by Night by Larissa Ione

Chained by Night, Book 2 of The MoonBound Clan Vampires by Larissa Ione Amazon/Barnes & Noble Published by: Pocket Books Review by: Dani Hoots Chained by Night, Book 2 of The MoonBound Clan Vampire, by Larissa Ione follows Hunter, a vampire clan leader, as he has promised to marry Rasha Redmoon, the daughter of another clan…

Review of “Mr. Loverman” by Bernardine Evaristo

Amazon/Barnes & Nobles/ Books-A-Million/Goodreads As someone who loves exploring new books based on blurbs and descriptions, the premise of Mr. Loverman by Bernardine Evaristo immediately appealed to my fancy. I mean, it’s not every day that you get to read a story about closeted elderly men, right? You can find lots of LGBT stories nowadays,…

Review of Knight of Love

Amazon (Kindle edition) / Barnes and Noble (Nook edition) / Kobo Publisher: Pocket Star (June 9, 2014) Review by: Lindsey When A Bibliophile’s Reverie received the request to review this novel, I could not pass up the opportunity. An atypical heroin who turns the damsel-in-distress tale on its head? Yes, please! I’m a sucker for…

Short review of “Let’s Get Lost,” by Adi Alsaid BEA Snippet

Amazon/Barnes and Nobles/Books-A-Million/Goodreads   I was struck with a bit of disappointment, once I realized that Let’s Get Lost was a much more substantial work than the ninety page novella, which I thought it was (judging by the size of the BookExpo America snippet I received). Now, this is not a point of criticism, in any way;rather, I…

Review of “Only with You (The Best Mistake)” by Lauren Layne

Amazon/Barnes & Nobles/Books-A-Million/Goodreads Available July 29, 2014 Series: The Best Mistake (Book 1) Mass Market Paperback: 368 pages Publisher: Forever (July 29, 2014) Language: English ISBN-10: 1455546070 ISBN-13: 978-1455546077 Reviewed by Paula Tupper   July 9, 2014 Summertime is perfect for light, frivolous books you can stuff into a canvas bag and read at the beach, or in line for the roller…