3 Reasons Why Reading Romance Books Is A Great Way To Celebrate Valentine’s Day

It’s February, the month of love, and Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. Read to find out three reasons why reading romance books is a great way to celebrate this day! Also, there's a mention of book boyfriends...so that should be compelling enough.


Blog Tour – Temptation Trials II by B. Truly [Review + Giveaway]

Temptation Trials is an adult, dystopian romance by B. Truly, and was published in September 2017. Read this review and get a chance to win a $25 Amazon GC and an e-book copy of this!

January 2018 TBR and Releases I Want To Get My Hands On

Happy New Year! Wow, so 2018 started with a bang when quite a few good things happened to me in the first three days itself. I won a contest I'd entered back in November with this artwork, my internship got upgraded from an unpaid student learning experience to paid hands-on-experience in laboratory (though the amount … Continue reading January 2018 TBR and Releases I Want To Get My Hands On

Book Review – The Dream Sifter by Candice Bundy

The Dream Sifter is an original engaging mixture of science fiction and fantasy with the characters propelling the plot. I loved this. I'd finished reading this a few days ago but strayed away from posting a review because if I would've attempted praising it the minute I'd turned the last page, this review would've consisted … Continue reading Book Review – The Dream Sifter by Candice Bundy

Closer Than Yesterday by S.W. Frontz

Title: Closer Than Yesterday Author: S.W. Frontz  Genre: Romantic Suspense Copy: Digital Rating: 1.5/5 Purchase via Amazon    Synopsis: Samantha Patrick's cousin Sarah has lived with an abusive husband for thirty years. After a brutal attack she finally finds the courage to leave.  Sarah goes to Land's End looking for safety and comfort with her … Continue reading Closer Than Yesterday by S.W. Frontz

Dark Side of Sunset Pointe

Dark Side Of Sunset Pointe is a murder mystery sprinkled with some paranormal bits and topped with a real character—a delight. Lance Underphal, a widower, decided there’s nothing left for him to do apart from being a talented, lazy photographer without an ambition. His life seemed like it had stopped, nothing and no one motivating … Continue reading Dark Side of Sunset Pointe