Where the blame lies by Mia Sheridan

My rating: 5/5 stars  When the ARC’s of “Where the blame lies” were released and I didn’t receive anything I was crushed ☹ I am not in many groups on Facebook, but my presence in Mia Mafia is mandatory. Fortunately, my sorrow was not long lasted, because Mia Sheridan saved the day and sent me an ARC, which brought me extreme joy. I read the … Continue reading Where the blame lies by Mia Sheridan

”A five-minute life” by Emma Scott

My rating: 5/5 stars A lot of time has passed since I’ve written a review… Sincerely speaking I don’t know what took me so long, but I couldn’t find the proper one to write about. Well, now I have the perfect book for a review, a very special one which I am seriously thinking on buying as a paperback 🙂 “A five-minute life“ by Emma … Continue reading ”A five-minute life” by Emma Scott

Things We Never Said by Samantha Young

My rating: 4/5 stars  I’m a huge fan of Samantha Young and not because of this series, but because of ALL of her books. She knows how to go deep and touch every sensitive nerve you might have, starting with love and ending with family. This is the main reason why I connected with her, because it is clear she wants to connect with her … Continue reading Things We Never Said by Samantha Young

Beautiful Hearts Duet by Emma Scott

My rating: 5/5 stars I want to write a review for the duet, not for each book, because I generally don’t treat them differently, but as one. Emma Scott won my heart a long time ago and her stories are a wonderful mix of love, drama and feelings, that make you feel very much alive. I think this is her trademark, making readers feel, but … Continue reading Beautiful Hearts Duet by Emma Scott

Dane’s Storm by Mia Sheridan

My rating: 5/5 stars Mia will always be my favorite no matter what type of book she writes. She is amazing, both as an writer and as a person and her stories are always welcomed and cherished by me. “Dane’s Storm” was a very different book from her, with a very good plot twist, that brought something different into view. I know all of her … Continue reading Dane’s Storm by Mia Sheridan

As dust dances by Samantha Young

My rating: 5/5 stars To be sincere, I missed Sam Young terribly. Her “On Dublin Street” series is one of my all time favorites and every book belonging to her hits the right spot for me. She nails the characters, the story, the plot and everything in between to make that particular book awesome and memorable. “As dust dances” is her recent release and I … Continue reading As dust dances by Samantha Young

More than words by Mia Sheridan

My rating: 5/5 stars  Mia Sheridan will always be my favorite romantic author. I consider her complete as a person but also as an author, and because of this, her writing style was drafted in this way, to reflect her personality and qualities. “More than words” is a beautiful love story that throughout the second part it reminder me soooo much of Archer’s Voice, because it … Continue reading More than words by Mia Sheridan

Simon vs The Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli

My rating: 3/5 stars  After seeing the trailer for Love, Simon movie, I had to read the book because I found potential in the story and in everything it wanted to transmit to viewers/readers. It had to be a reason for being turned into a movie, so the book must be great. Right?:D The story is very simple, but had a lot of depth and … Continue reading Simon vs The Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli

Birthday Girl by Penelope Douglas

My rating: 5/5 stars Every book from Penelope Douglas is a journey for me because nothing is the same in what she writes. My admiration for her grows with every story and character she builds, because she likes to inovate, to get the reader to reach it’s limits and surpass them. I like the way she is breaking rules and making them completely normal to … Continue reading Birthday Girl by Penelope Douglas

The Butterfly Project by Emma Scott

My rating: 5/5 stars  I simply love Emma Scott for her genuine and amazing writing style, but with this book I am her devoted and dying fan! There is no way she can loose me from her fan-base right now, because “The Butterfly Project” is my favorite book from all I’ve read from her this far. I am very excited and happy to write about … Continue reading The Butterfly Project by Emma Scott