Kacey Cleary is broken. You would be too if your mom, dad, best friend, and boyfriend had all been ripped from your lives in a horrible accident.
Category: 5 Stars
“My name is Tess Snow. Not Sweetie, or Tessie, or Honey. I’m a woman only now realizing what she’s capable of. I’m no one’s daughter. I’m no one’s girlfriend. I’m no one’s possession. I belong to me, and for the first time, I know how […]
“There are some things in life we know to be true, beyond logic or reason, science or faith. Irresistible truths, they’re called, the things we seem to instinctively grasp, as if the knowledge were imprinted deep in our DNA, written on the very fiber of our souls. For as long […]
“My mother’s name was Lisa Davis Harold, and she was strong and beautiful. She was a person, she had her own thoughts, and I remember that. I remember how she was. Who she was. I remember her. I’m the only one who does.” Heartbeat tackles […]
Severe Storm Warning Tip #1: Be alert to changing weather conditions. Look for approaching storms. I thought I might find this book a little bit of a struggle, for more than just because the very thought of tornadoes reduce me to a complete disaster. I […]
This is a review I should have written weeks ago, but I have been putting it off because I knew once I finished, I would have to finally give Trip and Layla up. I’m still not entirely ready to do it, but I can’t put […]
“I know that I will do anything to save her from whatever is causing her sadness and by doing that I have a feeling she will save me.” It’s no secret that I fell in love with Benjamin Chambers in The Art of Letting Go. I […]
I didn’t realize this was part of a series when I began reading but holy crap, I’m so happy I could do cartwheels. I’m not ready to let these characters go.
“For thousands of years, my kind had been thought of as nothing more than the stone sculptures perched upon the rooftops of homes and churches. Aka gargoyles. And technically, that’s what we were – but the depiction of a gargoyle was vastly exaggerated. Even the […]
Here’s one absolute truth: Katie McGarry writes amazing characters. Beautifully broken characters that I can’t help but fall in love with. Both Isaiah and Rachel are damaged, but for different reasons. I want to hug them both and make them realize they are wanted. (Isaiah […]
“Places are like time capsules, I think. Right now I’m transported to two years ago when Sawyer and I used to sit here under this blanket and watch the ocean and talk. Or sometimes we wouldn’t. He’s the only person I’ve ever met that I […]
As I’ve mentioned a couple other times on this blog, I’m going back and re-reading some of my favorite books. I started the project as a refresher to prepare for the release of a couple long-awaited sequels, but decided to keep it up because, well, […]