Bite Me Blog Tour & Giveaway

  instagram Thank you for the interview Louise, can you tell our readers a bit about yourself? Thank you for interviewing me! I grew up in San Diego which is why all of my books take place in...

I Go Schooled by Emma Chase and Loved it!

THE LATEST ROMANCE series FROM EMMA CHASE is a winner! GETTING SCHOOLED by Emma ChaseI cried, I swooned, and I fell in love with the characters from Emma Chase's GETTING SCHOOLED. I might have even...

A Promise of Fire by Amanda Bouchet

  By AMANDA BOUCHET A Promise of Fire High-Fantasy Romance   I was looking for something to fill the gap after Sarah Maas' A Court of Thorn and Roses series and I think I might have found it... On a...

Say You’ll Remember Me by Katie McGarry – Swoon-Worthy YA Contempory Romance

By katie mcgarry Say You'll Remember Me YA Contemporary Romance Say You'll Remember Me by Katie McGarry was a swoon-worthy romance that left me sighing after I turned the last page. A must-read and...

The Summer of Broken Things + Giveaway

Welcome to Day #4 of The Summer of Broken Things Blog Tour! To celebrate the release of The Summer of Broken Things on April 10th, blogs across the web are featuring exclusive content from Margaret...

Useless Bay by M. J. Beaufrand

Useless Bay by M.J. Beaufrand was a quaint YA mystery that was reminiscent of my childhood favorites, the early Christopher Pike books - or even further with Nancy Drew.

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No True Echo by Gareth P. Jones

A quickie DNF review of a book I thought would be intriguing and different, but didn't quite do it for me. The book fell flat and didn't grab my attention from the very beginning. The synopsis had more of a pull than the first few pages. Unfortunately, I never got attached to any of the characters enough to pull me along in the story, which led to me not worrying much about the world around them. I liked the idea behind the book and its basic foundation, but the author really lost me on a lot of the details. They didn't quite come together well. The puzzle piece didn't quite fit. If the characters would have shined it would have worked, but what ended up happening was that I started to dislike the characters and found them more annoying than "quirky." Which I think was the intention, they were supposed to be quirky and very British - but the combination led to me feeling disjointed and unable to "get" the gist of the book. There was all this hinting and alluding to something you already knew, the fact that there was time-travel - but the author never quite got there with me and by the time I gave up - I had just had enough. Good try, great idea, the implementation just didn't quite work.

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