Tag: 2.0 Reviews

Review: Rookie Move by Sarina Bowen

Review: Rookie Move by Sarina Bowen

This book was unbearable from start to finish. From the narrators to the story itself to the heroine, I disliked it immensely. The only saving grace to this book was Leo, the hero. Let us start with the narrators. There were two, a male and a female. The male voice was just…off. Nothing like I […]

Guest Review: The Devil’s Thief by Samantha Kane

Guest Review: The Devil’s Thief by Samantha Kane

Julianna started a foundling home in a bad part of London with her father some time ago and it’s now in dire straits.  She hasn’t kept up with the rent, spending what little money they had to buy things for the children, like food and clothing.  Now the building has been sold and the new […]

Guest Review: Wicked Dark Dragon by Lolita Lopez

Guest Review: Wicked Dark Dragon by Lolita Lopez

Ivy is in Mexico with a friend when she’s kidnapped.  While she always thought she was a little different from other kids, she had no idea until getting kidnapped that she was half human and half dragon. The people who took her are the Knights who are the enemies of the dragons.  They’ve taken Ivy […]

Guest Review: How to Mend a Broken Heart by Amy Andrews

Guest Review: How to Mend a Broken Heart by Amy Andrews

Fletcher and Tessa were madly in love with each other at one point.  After the accidental death of their toddler they divorced, and Tessa insisted on no communication whatsoever.  They had been living in Brisbane, Australia but Fletcher had ended up moving to Canada and Tessa to England.  Tessa returns on the anniversary of her […]

Summer Reading Challenge DNF Review: The Bourbon Kings by J.R. Ward

Summer Reading Challenge DNF Review: The Bourbon Kings by J.R. Ward

Casee chose this as a book for me in our Summer Reading Challenge. I listened to the audio. I managed to slog through 30+ chapters. If I were close to the end I’d probably finish it, because I want to know if my thoughts about where the plot is heading are right, but there’s still […]