Getting Schooled gets an A+ from me! From Emma’s writing to the audiobook dream team Andi Arndt and Zachary Webber, it was absolutely perfect. I usually find road trips boring and/or exhausting, but I had the best drive EVER across the mountains of western Maryland thanks to this book. I couldn’t love it more if I tried.
Category: Audiobook Review
I gotta say, I’ve really been enjoying these Misadventures books. What a wonderful idea, and a great way to discover new-to-me authors, like Lauren Rowe! I love me some new adult romance, so Misadventures of a College Girl was nearly at the top of my […]
I bought Cocky Bastard ages ago, but just never got around to reading it. Funny how frequently this happens to me, huh? Well, with all the hubbub a couple weeks back with “cocky” books in the romance community, I decided there was no time like the present to read it.
I am so freaking glad I finally made the time to dive into Susannah Nix’s Chemistry Lessons series. The first book in the series, Remedial Rocket Science, got me off to a good start with Susannah’s writing and the series. But Intermediate Thermodynamics was a whole other level for me.
Confession: I wasn’t sure how I was going to feel about Misadventures of a City Girl when I started it. I was a bit afraid it would be more sex scenes than actual character development and storyline. I couldn’t have been more wrong.
My love for Flat-Out Love knows no bounds and I can’t even properly put it in words. As was true the first two times I read, I was completely and utterly charmed by Julie, Matt, Finn and Celeste.
I first read Catching Jordan back in 2012 and I loved it. After reading the final book in this beloved series, I decided it was high time I do a reread. So, I did.
An unofficial goal of my Tackle My TBR Challenge is to actually review the books I read. I did a good job of reading the books in January, but failed at the reviewing aspect… until now. With that, I give you an all-challenge-related edition of Minute Reviews!
Well, I never did get caught up on all those 2017 reviews, so I figured it’s high time for a new Minute Reviews post. Hope you’ll find something here you like!
I originally read Drumline back when it was released in August, but I loved it so hard I needed to reread once it was available in audiobook format.