The Glittering Court by Richelle Mead is one of this month’s most anticipated YA novels. Did it deserve all that attention? I personally don’t think so. My recommendation for this book would be to borrow it from the library if you’re interested in reading it. Or if you enjoyed The Selection series and/or the Matched series, then this book is might be for you. But I personally prefer more grit than this book has to offer. Continue reading “The Glittering Court by Richelle Mead”
I apologize in advanced for any uncouth language or behavior displayed in my following remarks. My feelings are a little mixed when it comes to this book. And when I say a little, I mean a lot.
My first words upon finishing were none other than, “What the hell?” I couldn’t help but blurt it out loud. Continue reading “January Dreams by Carrigan Richards”
I’ve had quite the week since we brought Grimm home on Friday. He’s a perfect gentleman. A peeing, chewing, occasionally barking gentleman. But a gentleman nevertheless. I’m enjoying having him immensely, but between Grimm, Oliver, and both Taylor and I being sick, I’ve scarcely had time to do anything that requires more of my brain power. Continue reading “Reading Wednesday: Tainted Ink by Tania Johansson”
So Bailey, you already posted today. Why are you posting again at 10:00pm? Uh because I read this book today in one sitting and absolutely adored it. I couldn’t wait to tell the world about it. That’s why.
Welcome to Lovely, a small town of 13,000 people with all the normalcy you might expect. That is until a young, troubled woman named Emily Teller is murdered. She’s found artistically posed with the word Addict scratched into her arm. Recently appointed Daniel Drake is assigned on the case, which unfortunately, has no leads. In the meantime, local reporter Samantha Roberts thinks this could be her big break. Stakes are raised as the case goes unsolved, Samantha and Daniel deal with their own romantic tensions, and yet again, another girl is murdered. Continue reading “Welcome to Lovely by Candace Clark”