Let’s just get this out of the way: Zeke is a jerk. He’s the kind of jerk who is mean to little kids and makes fun of a girl who stutters… to her face.
Category: Audiobook Review
Y’all I’ve found a new favorite author and series to love and I’m kinda kicking myself for not discovering her (and it) sooner. Full disclosure: I totally passed the How to Date a Douchebag series up at first because, well, I’m not a fan of […]
Welcome to my stop on the audio review tour for Kate Ney’s latest How to Date a Douchebag book, The Learning Hours. Read on for my review and some teasers.
I’ve had my eye on All in Pieces since I first saw it because I just LOVE Suzanne Young’s books. I held off reading it for a couple weeks post-election, however, because I was in a funk. Not just a book funk. A total funk. […]
Hey there! This review is for a book I read as part of the Re-Read Challenge (even though I’m not really participating in the challenge any longer, I like the format for these reviews) and it’ll definitely look different than many of the reviews you’ve […]
I love Christina Lauren’s books, yet I never really felt all that compelled to read the novellas. It’s nothing personal. I’m just not a huge novella person, honestly. When I took a chance on Beautiful Boss last month (AND LOVED IT), I realized that I […]
I don’t always love novellas, but this one? Freaking adored. Will and Hanna are one of my favorite couples in the series, so I was excited to get an early crack at their novella via audiobook in advance of release. In fact, I decided to start […]
T. Torrest’s Remember Trilogy is one of my all-time favorite series. Because of this, I decided it would be fun to reread them when they were available in audiobook format. I had the best intentions of doing this shortly after they were released last spring, […]
I probably should’ve written this review a long, LONG time ago. Last November I started the audiobook and then switched over to paperback because I couldn’t wait for my next commute to get another dose of Finn and Harlow. After thinking of little other than […]
When I originally reviewed Screwdrivered a couple months ago, I said I was anxious for it to be released in audiobook format so I could re-read it and hear Viv’s voice from a narrator and not in my own head. I got my wish when […]