Huge Crush review: Atticus by Sawyer Bennett. Top emotional, fresh and feel good story! Love, Love!

Atticus: A Woman’s Journey with the World’s Worst Behaved Dog Synopsis A heart-warming and deliciously funny story about the world’s worst behaved dog and how he trained his human how to love herself again.Through the haze of vodka and self-loathing, Hazel Roundtree saw the poor creature lying in a ditch. One brown eye. One blue. […]

The Girl and her Ren by Pepper Winters: Emotional Overload! Top ten 2018 so far

 “Love’s a disease?” “When I’m with you, I have the cure. I feel stronger, happier, invincible. But when I’m not, I feel as if life itself could delete me, and I wouldn’t care.” Synopsis “What do you do when you write down all your secrets? No…that’s not enough. What do you do when you write […]

Father Figure by James J Cudney: Review of a brilliant book!

I am so happy today to finally post my review of Father Figure because this book totally surprised me! Synopsis Between the fast-paced New York City, a rural Mississippi town, and a charming Pennsylvania college campus filled with secrets, two young girls learn the consequences of growing up too quickly. Struggling to survive in a […]

A Shot in the Dark by LJ Stock: New to me author and Ugly Cry

I was not reading a story I was living another’s life. Synopsis Life had never been simple for Miki Quinten. Her mom had died when she was eight, and in the aftermath of their loss, her father turned his grief into alcoholism, inadvertently converting their home into a melting pot of debauchery. Unwilling to be […]

Book Crush review: The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz

The Lucky Ones penetrated the fog I was wallowing in for more than a week. Synopsis They called themselves “the lucky ones.” They were seven children either orphaned or abandoned by their parents and chosen by legendary philanthropist and brain surgeon Dr. Vincent Capello to live in The Dragon, his almost magical beach house on […]

The Smallest Part by Amy Harmon: Review

Once again Amy portrayed ordinary persons that could be your neighbors in an extraordinary light. Synopsis “In the end, only three things matter. How much you loved, how gently you lived, and how gracefully you let go of things not meant for you.” – UnknownIt was a big lie. The biggest lie she’d ever told. […]