Book Cover: Becoming Aria by Leelah Renn

Becoming Aria by LeeLah Renn

I’ve read some pretty blinding books this year and so going into December I didn’t think I’d find anything to top them. I was wrong. Becoming Aria is hands down the best book I’ve read in a long time. Going into the book, I knew it was going to be a bit different from my usual sort of read. It’s rare I see a character …

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Book Cover: Liars by Dana Isaly

Liars by Dana Isaly

I need to start off with a little rant because Liars is guilty of something I hate. Namely, a huge gaping gap between the release of two books in a series. I hate when I pick up a book and it’s been so long since I read its predecessor that I need a TV-style “previously on…” to remind me what the first one was about. …

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Book Cover: When Snowflakes Fall by Kayla McKinney

When Snowflakes Fall by Kayla McKinney

I don’t like stories that centre around holidays, and I don’t like my romances sweet either. So, why the hell did I pick up When Snowflakes Fall? To be honest, I wouldn’t have, but Kayla McKinney is the pen name of the awesome Michaella Dieter, and I felt that if anyone could change my mind, it would be her. When Snowflakes Fall is the story …

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Book Cover: We Tell Lies by AJ Merlin

We Tell Lies by AJ Merlin

I really enjoyed AJ Merlin’s Playing With Knives and I had high hopes for We Tell Lies. Unfortunately, while this book was a good read, it didn’t quite live up to the awesomeness of its predecessor. I think there’s a very good reason for that. We Tell Lies is the story of Parker and her return to the small town where she grew up. The …

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Book Cover: Dollhouse by Kyla Faye

Dollhouse by Kyla Faye

Woah! There is so much going on in this book it’s hard to know where to begin, so perhaps we should start with the prologue. Was this my fate all along? To Die at the hands of someone I loved? It’s an intriguing discourse detailing Lee’s obsession with death, and the events of her own death before the story has really begun. In the ensuing …

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Book Cover: Sins of the Family by Ella Burns

Sins of the Family by Ella Burns

Normally, if a book has a prequel available, I prefer to read it prior to getting stuck in. Sins of the Family is an exception to this rule. After reading Sins of Our Fathers I had so many questions about Ginger and Sin’s pasts that I hoped would be answered in the prequel. The whole question here is: am I a monster or a victim …

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