Review: “Tethered Wings” by Cameo Renae (“Hidden Wings” #3)



Back from their quest into the Underworld, with the threat of Lucian hanging over head, Emma is faced with yet another problem—the Immortal Bond. The bond surpasses any reason and is something so complex, not much is known about it. Once an Immortal Bond is made, it is forever. A conjoining of two fated hearts, destined to be perfect companions.
Emma’s heart, already bonded with her Guardian, Kade, has unexpectedly and inconveniently bonded with Ethon, the son of Lucifer. Now she is faced with a decision she doesn’t want to make. Both want nothing more than to love and protect her.
With the arrival of new company and old friends, things are bound to get heated.


*I was provided with a free copy of this book from Cameo, in exchange for my honest review. Thank you!*

I feel like I’ve waited for this book for, like, forever! The 2nd book in the ‘Hidden Wings’, ‘Broken Wings’, left me with a huge cliffhanger and I had to read the 3rd book as soon as possible! The waiting was horrible, believe me! But finally, on March 21st, I got the book. And I was so, unbelievable happy to be able to finally read it! I even dropped ‘The picture of Dorian Gray’ right in the middle for ‘Tethered Wings’.

Even though I enjoyed ‘Tethered Wings’ a lot, ‘Broken Wings’ remains my favorite book in the ‘Hidden Wings’ series.  Comparing this book with the other two, there was hardly any action in it. Yes, there were some dangerous situations, but they were easily passed, so ‘Tethered Wings’ is very different from ‘Broken Wings’.

This book basically focuses on Jeremy and Lia’s visit and on the love triangle between Kade, Emma and Ethon. It might sound boring, but it’s not. Of course, I would’ve liked some more action, since I was used to lots of action from Cameo’s books, but there still are many great things about ‘Tethered Wings’ that didn’t let me put the book down. Let me mention that I was never bored. There was always something that would make me turn the page, something that would make me want to read.

First, there was Lia and Jeremy. O em gi, I love these two. They are so crazy, and funny, and such amazing friends! I love Lia’s enthusiasm and craziness. I love how upbeat she is, how everything she does, it has a note of drama in it. I loved how she would make fun of Jeremy, and I loved Jeremy. He’s so… ugh, he’s so cute! He’s so moody, but he’s so adorable! And he’s such a great friend! They both are!

I love the relationship between Emma, Lia and Jeremy. I love their friendship. I love how they make fun of each other.

This book has so many funny scenes that you will laugh until you cry. There are more reason why this book is funny.

First, Lia, Jeremy and Emma. Lia always makes fun of Jeremy, and Jeremy’s responses are so funny! Plus, he’s such a dork! His awkwardness is so funny!

Than, Ethon and Kade. Maybe it’s inappropiate to find them funny, but it was so funny how they would get all moody around each other and how they would (literally) throw flames with their eyes.

Let’s not forget about the scenes between Dominic and Malachi. OMG, these guys are so funny! There are some scenes where there are both Malachi and Dominic, and Jeremy and Lia. God, those scenes! They cracked me up!

One of the reasons why I kept reading, was Kade. Jee, this boy is perfect. Literally perfect. He’s so romantic, so hot, so charming, so protective, so… so… I cannot find the right words to describe him. He’s everything a girl can ask for and so much more. I really hope he won’t get his heart broken, because Emma and Kade make the perfect couple.

When I was a kid, I loved love triangles. No? Not so much. So this aspect also made me rate this book with 4 stars. I don’t like love triangles. And I hated how Emma would say that she hates Ethon, but hug him the next second. I understand that was part of the bond, but it was clear that she could resist the bond if she wanted to. Plus, how could she let him do those things to her and still say she loves Kade? I think Emma’s choice is pretty simple and obvious, but now, after I’ve read the short preview from ‘Gilded Wings’, I am not so sure about that choice.

I think you’ve already understood that Emma was not my favorite characters this time. Even though I loved her in the first two books, in ‘Tethered Wings’ I wanted to kick her so many times! First, I felt like she was playing with Kade. Let me say it again. She proved that she can resist the bond. But she would still blame the bond for everything she did with Ethon. She was so whiny and she always cried. I understand that this was an emotional period for her, but still, she would cry without a reason. I thought she was strong! I hope she gets back to her old self in the next book!

It was so good to see some of my favorite characters again! Caleb, Courtney (love these two), Samuel, Jeremy, Lia, Kade, Emma’s ‘aunt’… everyone! The character development was great in this book. Except of Emma. I felt like she had kind of a downfall in ‘Tethered Wings’.

Cameo’s writing is as beautiful as always. Seriously, how can she write such beautiful things? I am amazed by her writing, and I will always be. Cameo, you have my respect. You are such an amazing author, and so talented! But please, please, writing the 4th book faster, because…

The ending was such a huge cliffhanger. And I don’t mean the mind-blowing last chapter, where Lucifer makes his appearance (ugh, Lucifer, I would tell you to go to Hell, but it wouldn’t be such a big deal!), but the short preview from ‘Gilded Wings’. Like, what was that?! UGH I want the 4th book, right now!

I think I’ve already said this, but Cameo’s characters are all so real. They feel so real, and you feel like you know them forever! I love this thing. I love how those characters feel like your bffs.

Caleb and Lia were so cute, but I don’t quite understand the thing between them. Lia was always saying how hot Dominic is, how much she wants him, she even eyed Emma with jealousy for dancing with him. Than she hooks up with Caleb? It kinda felt like it happening with no reason or explanation, but they were still cute. I hope this develops in the next books.

I don’t know if it was just my copy, but I found many grammar and punctuation mistakes. Which was weird, because Cameo’s books are always perfectly edited. But it might be only my copy, since it’s a copy for review, so this doesn’t change in any way my rating.

“Tethered Wings” was a great sequel that I truly enjoyed. The ending left me craving more of Cameo’s amazing love story and beautiful writing-style. The last chapter left me really sad, for both Emma and Kade. I hope they will find their way through it.

I can’t wait to read the ‘Gilded Wings’. I bet it will be amazing!

Rate: 4 stars out of 5

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ARC Review: “Fruit of Misfortune” by Nely Cab (‘Creatura’ #2)

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Let me kick off this review by saying that I was the 1st person  to rate ‘Fruit of Misfortune’ on GoodReads, and I feel very honored and happy to be able to do it. Nely, thank you so much for alowing me to read this book right after you sent it to the editor. You can’t imagine what this means to me, and I thank you for that.

The fact that Nely sent me a copy of the book has nothing to do with the rating or with the review. This is my honest review and opinion about a book I read, and m relationship with the author doesn’t influence it. Just had to make this clear.

Do you know that moment when you wait two years for a book, and when you finally get it, you read it in only 2 days? Two.freaking.days.! You read it, with your heart beating faster and you’re eyes shining because you love the characters so much and the story just sucks you in. And then you finish it. And it’s shocking, and heartbreaking, and you just hate the author, even if you love her, because she’s the reason why you have a new favorite series on your shelf.

Let me give you a glimpase into my mind the moment I’ve finished ‘Fruit of Misfortune’:  Blank. Total silence. And theeen….

WTF? What was this? Did this really happen? Ugh Nely I hate you! I can’t believe you did this to us! What was that cliffhanger? Why? I am… I just can’t… let me crawl in a ball and cry! Why did I finish it? Nely like OMG you need to write the 3rd book UGH I want that book. Why was this book so short OMG I want more I am so depressed I can’t I won’t I can’t

So this was it. This was my mind after finishing ‘Fruit of misfortune’. I was in complete awe and shock.

The reason behind my shock?

The end. That was… that was… such a HUGE plot twist. Such a surprise! I didn’t expect that! Nely, that was such a.. strike! It was so unexpected! That cliffhanger was even worse than the cliffhanger from the first book. You need to start writing the 3rd book, because you’ll have angry readers threatening to kill you if you don’t give them the 3rd book! Including me. J

Reading “Fruit of misfortune” meant always gasping in surprise. The 2nd book in the ‘Creatura’ series is so, but so different from the 1st book! While ‘Creatura’ is more of a love story, ‘Fruit of misfortune’ is a fantasy book, with lots of action and plot twists.

This time, Nely chose not to focus so much on the love story. She, instead, focused on the battle between Isis and the monster inside her or on her attempt to save everyone around her. And let me say, this change was so unexpected, but so welcomed! “Fruit of misfortune” is very, but very captivating! There’s always a plot twist, always some battle, always a secret revealed, always something that makes you gasp and make you turn the page.

Although I liked this change, I have to admit that I missed David, his romantic lines and the cute story between him and Isis. I missed them and the romantic scenes between them. I missed Galen and Eryx and their stupid, funny lines. This book is more intense and very captivating, but I still missed the romantic side of the 1st book.

The character development in this book was surprising. David was more mature, I think, and more real. But he was kinda absent in this book.  I don’t know why I felt this way. I felt like he was never there. But, as I said, this book is very different from ‘Creatura’, so David was always doing something, always trying to save Isis.

Oh, speaking of Isis. She got on my nerves. She was always stubborn, always whiny, depressed and so, so annoying! I don’t know what happened to her in this volume, but she was always getting on my nerves. She took some really bad decision, and she just wouldn’t listen to anyone. And omg, why did she do this to David?!

One of my favorite characters – also the new character in this series- is Galilea.! Such a badass! And that scene, in the wood! It was so funny! She was so cool, with her short hair and sassy attitude. Loved her.

O.M.G. The plot twists! The plot twists were so unexpected and so…so… mind-blowing!

Nely Cab did it again. She wrote a new brilliant book. But, she didn’t do just that. She took this series to a new level. While in ‘Creatura’ you can find an amazing love story, in ‘Fruit of Misfortune’ you can find more action than love. So, if you felt like ‘Creatura’ was too much of a love story for you, I think you should give ‘Fruit of Misfortune’ a try. You will be surprised, believe me. I didn’t expect the story to took such a drastic turn, but I loved it.

I can’t believe I read the 2nd book in the ‘Creatura’ series. I’m just, like, so sad to know that I need to wait another year or more for the 3rd book. I want it now!

I  definitely think this was a perfect sequel. It’s more captivating and more fun than the 1st book, and I loved this thing. I already miss David, Galen and Eryx, and I SO cannot wait to meet them again in the 3rd volume.

So, people. Go read this book. Now. Because there’s a lot of action, huge plot twist, some hot scenes *wink wink*, sexy characters and unexpected situations. And funny scenes.

Rate: 5 stars out of 5

Review: ‘Quintessentially Q’ by Pepper Winters (Monsters in the Dark #2)




“All my life, I battled with the knowledge I was twisted… fucked up to want something so deliciously dark—wrong on so many levels. But then slave fifty-eight entered my world. Hissing, fighting, with a core of iron, she showed me an existence where two wrongs make a right.”

Tess is Q’s completely. Q is Tess’s irrevocably. But now, they must learn the boundaries of their unconventional relationship, while Tess seeks vengeance on the men who sold her. Q made a blood-oath to deliver their corpses at Tess’s feet, and that’s just what he’ll do.

He may be a monster, but he’s Tess’s monster.


*I received a free copy of this book for my honest review. Thank you, Pepper!*

So it was Christmas and I should’ve been sitting with my family, chatting with my friends on Facebook, visiting Italy, but all I’ve done was to read ‘Quintessentially Q’, because…

Are you fucking kidding me? This book is freaking brilliant. I am so excited that I can’t even talk nicely right now. Because ‘Quintessentially Q’ was one of the best books I read in 2013. It was pure awesomeness. It’s one of those books that give yo uthe feels, you know? That book that makes you dizzy and scares you, but you can’t put it down because it’s one of the most brilliant books you’ve ever read.

Two weeks after finishing this book my mind is still pretty much wrapped around it and around everything that happened in it. I am still connected with the characters and this never happened to me before. I connected in a special way with the characters and I feel like they are realy people, like they are my friends. This is really weird, because I don’t get so attached to characters.

Pepper went to a new lever of darkness with this book. If you think that ‘Tears of Tess’ is intense and dark, well, compared to ‘Quintessentially Q’ it’s not. This book is so intense and dark that sometimes it’s scary. ‘Quintessentially Q’ scared the hell out of me because it’s so dark and so many twisted thing happen in that book and you just think ‘What if I’ll happen to me? What would I do?’. This makes you realise all the horrible things that can happen to you and all the horrible people that surround us. At some point, you will be so overwhelmed and kind of scared that you will want to put it down, but you will be too addicted to the book to be able to do that.

And sometimes, while I was reading, I was wondering ‘Where the hell did that come from?’ or ‘How did Pepper (I imagine her as a tiny, fragile woman) come up with something so dark and twisted?’. I have my dark side too. Sometimes I am afraid of what my mind or I am thinking. But I never came up with so many frightening and dark things and it’s a little hard to think that someone is so brilliant to come up with so many dark and brilliant things.

While reading, you feel like you need to put the book down for a second, rest your mind and try to come back in your world. But you can’t, because you are so attached to the characters and the story and everything about this book holds your heart so tight that you simply can not put it down. For me, ‘Quintessentially Q’ was the 4th best book I’ve read in 2013. And I’ve never thought I would love an erotic book so much, but I do. Because, let me tell you, this series, this book, isn’t just that: an erotic book. Yes, there are some really steamy scenes. But it’s more than that. You can find a complex story, a lifelesson and some badasses in this book.! She is probaly my favorite character ever! She’s so strong because she could overcome everything that happened to her. At some point, she annoyed me because she refused to fight. And it was so frustating because I knew she could do it! I knew she could overcome everything and I knew that wasn’t her. Tess doesn’t give up. It’s crazy how much I can respect a fictional character, but I do. I respect Tess very much for everything she did. She amazed me in this volume!

I respect Q as well. Even though he has some really dark thoughts and desires, he’s a kind, careful, loving man. I can’t believe how many things he did for Tess, especially at the end of the book. He could’ve died, for fuck’s sake! Oh, and now I am so excited about this book that I’ve started swearing again. Let me calm down a little bit.

*Breathes deep 3 times.*

Ok, I am calmer now.

Q was as brilliant as Tess. He’s such a complicated, complex, mysterious, clever, sexy man and sometimes he can be overwhelming. He’s one of those characters that you wish you could meet and talk to. He’s simplu a genius.

Q and Tess relationship develops in a good way in this book. They’re trying how to trust, respect and love each other and in the same time they are building their own little, twisted, dark world. Probably my favorite couple ever. They are perfect for each other, and as the author says, they complete each other. “Tess is Q’s completely. Q is Tess’s irrevocably.”

This book is so unpredictable that sometimes it’s annoying. You can’t guess anything that’s going to happen and there are so many plot twists and unexpected things happen in every chapter that this is one of the most captivating books I’ve ever read and UGH I want to read it again and again! Yes, I feel like reading it again because holy crap it was so amazing and my feelings are back and I need to calm down.

The point is, you can never guess what’s going to happen and Pepper has some pretty big surprises for you. Some of them you’ll like, some of them you won’t. That plot twist, that major thing that changes the entire book and series is so big (did I say it is big) that you will need to read the page again and see if what you read is true or it’s a figment of your imagination. Man, I was so angry and pissed off and sad and I want to rip that bastard’s head off! UGH!

This book blew me away! I would read it again any moment of the day if I could.

I lve the writing style. It’s so perfect and elegant and dark and it has something insane in it and some brilliance that is hard to describe. It’s hard to put your finger on what exactly makes Pepper’s writing so addictive, but I think it’s a mix between darkness, insanity (I am not saying you are insane, Pepper. I am saying you’re an insane author, if you know what I mean), and elegance.

Pepper, I think you’re an amazing, talented author. And I’d like to thank you for giving me another reason to love reading. And also, thank you for giving me such an incredible book! ❤

This book shows that love can get you through anything. Q’s love for Tess is radiating from the book. You know, it’s so obvious that he loves her. Anything he does shows us his love for her. Such an amazing thing! Not many authors are able to show us in such a simple way the love between their character and still be able to make us feel that freaking love.

I seriously cannot wait to read the 3rd book in this series, ‘Twisted Together’. I feel like there’s going to happen something super big between Tess and Q. I bet Pepper plans to blow us away again with ‘Twisted Together’. In fact, I am sure that’s what she’ll do.

The scenes are very real and vivid. You can actually see Tess going through all those awful things in your mind. You can see Q killing. You can see them being twisted together. Some scenes make your skin crawl.

‘Quintessentially Q’ was very captivating and, as I said, unpredictable. You never know what to expect from it. And there’s always something that keeps you guessing, something that makes you turn the page.

This book takes you from your world and makes you forget about all your problems. All you know is that you have to read, that you have to find out what happens between Q and Tess and what will happen to Tess.

Once again, let me say that I absolutely adored and loved and liked (haha) ‘Quintessentially Q’. It’s even a better book than the first one, ‘Tears of Tess’. I don’t know if I am prepared yet to read ‘Twisted Together’, because I haven’t ‘detached’ myself from Quintessentially Q. I don’t know what to expect from Pepper with her 3rd book.

I feel like screaming from the top of the world “People, read this book! You don’t know what you’re fucking losing!”. And I am not exaggerating. I want everyone to read this book and series, because it’s brilliant! One of the best books and series I’ve read in 2013.

I still can’t believe Pepper came up with such an amazing book. Someone, make me stop. I need to stop writing about how amazing this book is, because otherwise, I will be writing all night long.

So now that you’ve finished reading this book? Go read the first book, ‘Tears of Tess’. Then read ‘Quintessentially Q’. Attention, please! If you are offended by Bdsm, violence, abuse and erotism, don’t read it. If you’re not, then read it.

Rate: 6.4 stars out of 5

P.S.: Sorry for all the coursing and for the lack of coherence.


Release Day Blitz & Giveaway: “The Edge of Always” by J.A. Redmerski

We have an excerpt and giveaway to celebrate the release of


The highly anticipated release by New York Times Bestselling Author

J.A. Redmerski!


Publisher: Forever Romance

Release: November 5, 2013

New Adult Contemporary Novel

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New York Times and USA Today bestselling author J. A. Redmerski brings us the second book in her heart-renching series about two 20-somethings who find each other in their darkest moment.

Camryn Bennett has never been happier. Five months after meeting on a Greyhound bus, she and her soul mate Andrew Parrish are engaged-and a wedding isn’t the only special event in their future. Nervous but excited, Camryn can’t wait to begin the rest of her life with Andrew, a man she knows in her heart will love her always. They have so much to look forward to-until tragedy blindsides them.

Andrew doesn’t understand how this could happen to them. He’s trying to move on, and thought Camryn was doing the same. But when Andrew discovers Camryn is secretly harboring a mountain of pain and attempting to numb it in damaging ways, there is nothing he won’t do to bring her back to life. Determined to prove that their love can survive anything, Andrew decides to take Camryn on a new journey filled with hope and passion. If only he can convince her to come along for the ride…


Camryn still loves the newer stuff and the Civil Wars more than anything and so that’s usually what we play.

Tonight will be no different.

I love watching her perform them next to me up on stage because she becomes so vibrant and playful and sexy as hell. Not that she isn’t all of those things already, but it’s like another more daring and flirty side of her comes out when she’s singing. And she doesn’t just sing—she puts on a show. I think it’s that little actress she’s always had buried somewhere in herself. She told me she performed in plays at school, and I can definitely see she has the knack for it.

But singing alongside me also seems to make her happy, and that’s why tonight is so important.

“I’m so nervous,” Camryn says next to my ear, having to speak loudly over the music.

I make a pffft sound with my lips. “Oh, please. Since when do you get nervous anymore? We’ve done this dozens of times.”

“I know, but I’m singing in front of your brother this time.”

“He can’t sing for shit, so his opinion is hardly valid.”

She smiles. “Well, I’m not nervous to the point that I don’t want to do it. I guess it’s actually kind of exciting.”

“That’s my girl,” I say and lean in to kiss her lips.

“Those two girls,” Camryn yells to me without looking in their direction, “front table to your left, they’re having sex with you in their heads right now, I swear to God.”

I laugh lightly and shake my head. We’d started picking people in the crowd to sing to lately.

“And that guy standing next to the woman in the purple shirt,” I say, nodding subtly in his direction, “has had your thighs wrapped around his head since you walked on this stage.”

“So it’ll be them tonight then, huh?” she asks.

I nod and say, “Uh-huh.”

“Make sure you give it to them good, baby,” she says, grinning wickedly at me.

“Oh, I will,” I say with the same amount of wicked on my face.


About the Author


J.A. Redmerski, New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author lives in North Little Rock, Arkansas with her three children, two cats and a Maltese. She is a lover of television and books that push boundaries and is a huge fan of AMC’s The Walking Dead.

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If you’ve read ‘The Edge of Never’ and loved it and you want to read ‘The Edge of Always’, here is your chance. The publisher is giving away one eBook of ‘The Edge of Always’  to one lucky winner on this blog! If you’d like to win it, all you have to do is to leave a comment here, telling me what you liked the most about ‘The Edge of Never’. The winner will be chosen randomly and announced on November 14th. So hurry up and good luck!

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Blog Tour: “Winning me Over” by Amber Garza (Book review)

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Hello! Welcome to my blog! I am very happy to be part of Amber’s blog tour. I love her books and I especially love this one, ‘Winning me Over’. I hope my review will make you read the book. 🙂


It’s a typical boring night at work when I first meet the mysterious and sexy Colt Lancaster. Minutes after he leaves, I’m robbed at gunpoint by a masked man.
I suspect that the two events are related.
No matter how hard Colt tries to convince me that it was all just a coincidence, my gut tells me otherwise. However, the more I get to know him the more I want to believe him. Just when he’s about to win me over, a condemning secret from his past is exposed. 
Then again, everyone deserves a second chance. Don’t they?


*I was provided with a free copy of this book for the blog tour. Thank you!*

It’s not a secret that I am a fan of Amber’s work. I’ve read all of her New Adult and Young Adult books and loved them all. I was very excited when I heard about ‘Winning me over’. Reading ‘Tripping me up’ I came to love Page and her craziness. So I was really happy when I found out that she will get her own book.

Well… ‘Winning me over’ didn’t disappoint me. In fact, it actually surprised me. Personally, I think that ‘Winning me over’ is Amber’s best book. I know I’ve probably said this in the reviews for ‘Tripping me up’ and ‘Star Struck’, but that was before ‘Winning me over’. And this showed me that Amber is one hell of an author. Her writing gets better and her plots are more beautiful with every book she writes.

‘Winning me over’ has an original plot. I don’t think it’s every day that you read a book about a girl who gets robbed and meets the love of her life in the same night. This is a plot that will have you hooked and will keep you guessing. I was dying to find out more about Colt and his past and to find out who was the robber. But Amber chose to keep her readers boiling, so I found out these things almost at the end of the book.

The characters are well portrated and you can easily connect with them. Paige is a leader. I loved her. She knows how to stand up for herself and how to be her own self. She is probably one of my favorite characters ever because we are so much alive. I realized it soon after I started reading the book that Paige is like my twin sister.

Colt is a mysterious character and a total sweetheart. Even though he can appear as a badass to some people, he is, in fact, one of the greatest guy I’ve “met”. Behind his tattoos and piercings, he’s got a soft, warm yet broken heart. I felt sorry for him sometimes because he didn’t deserve any of the things that happened to him. But I am happy with the way the things turned out for him. And I am done talking about Colt because if you’ll read the book I don’t want to take the pleasure of getting to know him from you.

Paige and Colt fit together like to pieces of a broken heart. Their relationship is one of those intense, beautoful and live-changing relationships. I really liked the fact that they got to know and trust each other before they got into a relationship. The lack of sappy things made this book even better.

This book focuses on the relationship and not on the sex. I liked that there is not sex in this book. It was refreshing to read a book like this.

“Winning me over’ showed me, again, how messed up our society is. Amber wrote with  realism and she was able to show the real ‘face’ of today’s society. A society that judges tattoos and piercings and our mistakes. A society that doesn’t accept different. A society where we can’t express ourselves without being judged.

“Winning me over” is a book that readers of all ages will enjoy. It’s a book that will teach you not to judge, to be true to yourself and to live your life as you wish. A story that has a little bit of everything: mystery, action, romance and even some comedy. Paige is such a mouthy person that you can’t not laugh.

A book that won’t bore you, but will have you captivated between its pages until the end. Definitely recommended!

Rate: 5 stars out of 5.

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About the author:


Amber Garza is the author of Young Adult paranormal and contemporary romance. She has had a passion for writing since she was a little girl, making books out of notebook paper and staples. Amber lives in California with her amazing husband and two hilarious children who provide her with enough material to keep her writing for years.


Blog Tour: “Patch Up” by Stephanie Witter (Book review)


Book Info –

Patch Up by Stephanie Witter

Genre: Contemporary New Adult novel with a slow building romance.

Publisher: Anchor Group

Date of Publication: 16 Sep, 2013

ISBN: 9780989707336

Number of pages: 260 pages

Cover Artist:Cover It Designs

Editor: Melissa Ringsted

Length: over 85 000 words.


Due to some shocking scenes, this novel is not intended for readers under 18.


Skye followed her long time boyfriend to Seattle for their first year of college, but he dumped her after only a week. The relationship brought only pain and destruction in Skye’s life, and yet, she can’t bring herself to open up and live her life.

“What if I am already broken into pieces?”

She hates to be touched, hiding under her oversized shirts and behind her wild frizzy hair. Even her bubbly roommate can’t reach her. And yet …

“I’m the guy who knows how you can hurt so much that your insides feel like they’re cut and bleeding.”

The tall, handsome, and tattooed TA in her psychology class changes everything when he literally collides with her and confronts her. For the first time in a long time, she wants to try and open up to this guy whose dark, intense eyes can’t hide his own pain despite his dazzling smile getting to her.

However, just when she’s starting to live again, her ex-boyfriend comes back, breaking her time and time again, making it all the more complicated.

She wants to fight for herself and for this building thing with the TA, even when he pushes her away, but can two broken people patch each other up?

“I never thought colliding with someone could change lives, but it is possible.”

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(The first meeting)

Without paying attention to my surroundings, I turn to my left to walk toward the row closer to the door where a seat is available. I take a step and collide with a hard body, almost toppling me over on the ground for the second time in less than an hour. A strong hand grips me firmly by the forearm. My body stiffens and my breath catches in my throat. It’s as if I can’t move besides yanking my arm free without looking up to see who I collided with.


“Are you all right?” he asks me in a deep and calm voice.


My eyes wander from my red Converse to his dark boots. I have to calm down. I’m being ridiculous. Calm down. I take a deep breath and look up slowly. Long, muscled legs in beat up dark blue jeans, an old black leather jacket open over a dark grey V-neck sweater that showcases an impressive tall body with broad shoulders and finally, longish and messy black hair, perfect straight nose, full lips, high cheekbones and expressive soft dark eyes that lock with my bluish-greyish ones. He looks older with his goatee perfectly trimmed. A perfect hot mess many girls would say. I’m just intimidated by this stranger, though.


“I’m fine,” I reply, my voice even. I push away some of my untamed locks and curse my auburn frizzy hair that is always all over the place.


*I was provided with a free copy of this book for the blog tour. Thank you!*

I wanted to read this book since I saw the cover and read the blurb. The cover is gorgeous (and I think it has a lot to do with the story) and the blurb is very ineteresting. It seemed like my type of book.

Oh my! I am speechless and amazed! “Patch up” is a book that had blown me away! WOW!

I seriously didn’t epect to like it so much. Nor did it expect it to be such an amazine book. “Patch up” pleasently surprised me and overwhelmed me. It’s really hard to write a review for such a book, because there are so many things I’d like to say yet I can’t find my words.

I am dumbstruck after reading this book because it had suck a powerful impact on me! It made me realize, once again, how many monsters are on this Planet and how many horrible things can happen to good people.

I don’t really like book about abuse, because they scare me. They make me afraid that something like this could happen to me. But this time? I loved it. Yes, it did scare me, but it also made me realize that it’s not the worst thing that could happen to someone. It made me see that there is life after an abuse.

Let me tell you why I enjoyed ‘Patch up’ so much and why it had such an impact over me.

First, the story is so complex and sad and tragic and real that it kinda overwhelmed me. This is the kind of story that haunts you. And it’s so powerful that it’s blowing you away. Skye’s story is also very real because the feelings are very well described and you also realize that things like these happen in real life.

Also, there are so many things happeningg and Skye’s character changes so much from the beginning until the end that you almost forget how the things and Skye were in the beginning. I don’t really know how to describe this story and what it made me feel. You just hav to read the book and see by yourself.

Skye. Oh my, I think she is both a strong woman and a coward. A strong woman because she still goes on with her life (if you can call it a life) after what she went through, and a coward for allowing Sean to treat her like that and for not standing up for herself in fron of him. How could she allow him to do such awful things to her??If I were in her place, he would’ve been in a hospital after the first slap. But I think her parents are to be blamed more than her. They haven’t prepared her for something like this. My parents often tell me what I have to do if my future boyfriends would touch me in an inappropiate way and I would never allow some boy to treat me like that.

Duke. I think I just found my new book boyfriend. Oh my, delicious! I haven’t developed such a strong crush for a character in a long time. PER-FECT!

Skye+Duke. They are soo…. sooo… what’s the word? Lovely? Naaah. Special? Maybe. I think I’d describe them as broken and fitting. They were complicated, broken and sometimes impossible. Their story is that story that is so complicated and sad, yet so beautiful! I loved the fact that they were, above all, best friends. There weren’t sappy things between them and I just loooved that they didn’t say ‘I love you’l until faaaaaaar in the book.

Yes, ‘Patch up’ is a New Adult book. But no, there aren’t many cursing words. There was only one sex scene but believe me when I tell you, it was so intense that it was enough.

I think this book should be a bestseller. Everyone should read it because this is the kind of book that is really worth reading and spending your money on. People should read it and realize that their life isn’t as awful as they thought.

Skye and Dule’s story taught me to flight and be strong. It showed me that the right person can help you a lot.

God I haven’t written such a long review in a long time. I think it’s time for me to stop and for you to pick up this book.

“Patch up” is one of the best books I’ve read this year. With a beautiful yet heartbreaking story that haunted me, this book made me read all day without stopping. Bravo to the author for writing such an emotional rollercoaster and a brilliant book! I absolutely loved the story, the writing style, the characters, the book itself.

Highly recommended!

Rate: 6 stars out of 5

About the author:


Stephanie Witter is a French dreamer. She started English at three and fell in love with the language. Always with a book – or two – close by, she soon started reading in English when she couldn’t wait to see Harry Potter translated in French. After a while, reading wasn’t enough and she started writing young adult and new adult contemporary novels always filled with drama. Now she hopes to translate English novels in her mother tongue as her everyday job. By My Side is her debut novel.

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Blog Tour: “Say When” by Tara West (Book review)


Say When by Tara West
(Something More #1)
Publication date: July 19th 2013
Genres: New Adult, Romance


He told me to say when, but I can’t. Not with Andrés. It’s so hard to say anything when he’s trailing feather soft kisses down my neck, or when his touch sends hot currents of lust rippling across my skin.

Then there’s the way he smiles and offers soft words of encouragement when I’m creating art, almost like he believes I have talent.

He’s not like any guy I’ve ever met. Not like my ex-fiancée. Not like my father. He’s got me thinking that maybe we can have something more. More than just lust, degradation, and abuse.

And now I’m scared, because that means I’ll have to trust him with more than just my body, but with my heart, too.

Christina Duval


*I was provided with a free copy of this book for the blog tour. Thank you!*

I was eager to read ‘Say When’ since I received the e-mail for the blog tour. I loved the cover and the synopsis and I had great expectation from it.

Well… after I’ve read it, I have to say that I am a little disappointed. Yes, I did enjoy it. Yes, I do recommend it. But I didn’t love it as much as I wanted because there were some things that didn’t fulfill my exectation. The book started off just fine and I thought that I will give a 5 stars rate. Unfortunately, I wasn’t right.

Let me say, the story is amazing! It’s the kind of story that can make it as a bestseller. I so loved it! But it isn’t as intense as it should be. Yes, it is a little intense, but it could be even more. It didn’t make me cry, even if I felt like it should’ve have. I think that the feeling should’ve been described a little more and a little bit better.Don’t get me wrong! As I said, I loved the story and it gave me creeps. I mean, uh, Christina had a pretty awful life. Her dad, her mother (ugh! ), her fiance, her best friend… many people let her down. As for Andres story, it was sad as well.  The story has a loooooooot of potential.

As does the author. I personally think she is super talented! And I am serious when I say that she could be a bestseller author. She has that writing style that makes you wish you could write like that. It isn’t too rushed, it isn’t dragged. It isn’t too dramatic, it isn’t funny. The story and the writing style has a little bit of everything in it.

But I felt that the things between Christina and Andres moved a little too fast. They didn’t know each other too well and yet they were pretty serious about their thing. BUT! One thing that I loved! They didn’t say ‘I love you’, they didn’t start with those super sappy things. Uh, I sooo loved this thing!

Christina. Even though she has it’s soft side, most of the time she is a badass. I like her for being determinated, for standing out for herself and for fighting for what she believes in.

Andres is pretty much a perfect character, even though he has his demons. But yeah, he is a great guy.

UGH! Christina’s mother. UGH SUCH A BITCH! OMG I hated her with a burning passion! I just wanted to squeeze her and tell her ‘You bitch, your daughter went through something awful while you knew it! Just do something and stop worrying about yourself!”.

I felt the exactly same thing for Christina’s best friend and for her fiance.

“Say when” is a story about finding your true self, about  fighting for what you believe in and about following your heart. I really enjoyed it and, despite of my disappoitment sometimes, I definitely recommend it! J

Rate: 3,5 stars out of 5.

 About the author:


A former Texas high school teacher, I enjoyed coaching the writing team and even the hectic deadlines that came with running the school publications. After taking a break to raise my baby girl, I now work from home as a cover artist.
In my spare time, I loves to read, exercise and spend time with family and friends. I contribute the cover art for my Whispers Series and have designed covers for over 500 other books.
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Blog Tour: “Out from under you” by Sophie Swift (Book review)

Genre: New Adult Romance
Published: August 13, 2013
Series: Smart Girls Finish First #1

“Love is an earthquake.  It comes when you least expect it. It rips the ground clear away. Right out from under you.”

The day Lia Smart met Grayson Walker, eight years ago, was the day she fell helplessly in love with him. Coincidentally, it was the same day Grayson fell in love with someone else: Lia’s smarter, sexier, superior-in-every-way older sister, Alex.

Now, nearly a decade later, Alex and Grayson are long over and twenty-two-year-old Lia has finally managed to forget all those lonely nights she spent pining after her sister’s boyfriend. But when Grayson unexpectedly arrives back in town with Alex for Labor Day weekend and the two announce that they’re not only back together but engaged, all the feelings that Lia buried suddenly come bubbling back to the surface.

But Lia is no longer the awkward, gangly tomboy she was at fourteen. Far from it. And Grayson is conflicted by the lustful thoughts he’s now having for her. He knows he could never act on those thoughts, however. Grayson has always prided himself on being one of the “good guys.” But as the weekend wears on, he’s finding this new grown-up version of Lia more and more impossible to resist…

Heartbreaking and sexy with a dash of humor, Sophie Swift crafts a passionate, unforgettable tale about desire, growing up, and the kind of love that shakes us to the core.

Contains adult situations and explicit content. Recommended for ages 17+

*I was provided with a free copy of this book for the blog tour. Thank you!*
I wanted to read this book since the day I read the synopsis. So you can imagine how happy I was when I was chosen to be a part of this blog tour.
Well… oh my, what a ook! It’s one of those books that has you captive under a spell and you can’t escape it. I loved everything about it but unfortunately, I read it too fast, in only one day! I wanted it to last longer!!
“Out from under you” is a book that obsesses you and consumes you and you become so involved into the story that the world around you simply disappears.
This book made me feel such strong emotions that sometimes it overwhelmed me. I felt heartbreak, anger, joy, hate and even love sometimes. And I loved this thing. I always love a good book that makes you feel so many powerful emotions.
OMG, the story! It’s ah-ma-zing! It’s the kind of story that is so real and you feel like you lived it on your own skin. Complex, dramatic and real, the story will have you hooked from the beginning. The love story will make you cry, laugh and swoon. In the beginning I felt like Lia and Grayson’s story is impossible and I felt so heartbroken because it seemed unfair for Lia to live with that kind of love for someone she could never have. I was angry with Grayson for choosing to live with a bitch like Alex.
Speaking of the characters… WOW! So well created and portrated! I felt like they were real people. The kind of people that make mistakes, the kind of people that you love or hate.
Before reading the book, I kept reading reviews were Grayson was described as a jerk. Well, sometimes he was. Sometimes he annoyed me so much that I wanted to kill him. He was selfish, undecided and stupid. I couldn’t believe what he did to Lia and how blind he was. He just used her and then threw her away. But there were some other times (like when she stopped being Alex’s desperate puppy) that I really loved him
Lia. Well… she was in love. I couldn’t blame her for anthing she did. Maybe she was too soft with Alex.
Ugh, Alex! Such a desperate-for-attention, selfish, stupid, pathetic bitch! Everything was about her! UGH I soooo hated her!
I am looking forward to reading the next book in this series. I bet it will be as good or even better as the first one.
Overall, “Out from under you” is a brilliant book. Captivating story that will have you at the edge of your seat, easy to read, incredible characters, heartbreaking yet joyful love story and an oh-so-beautiful writing style. Highly recommended!
Rate: 5.5 stars out of 5.
About Sophie

Sophie Swift is an east coast girl who recently transplanted to Southern California. She writes about sexy boys by day, and dates them by night. Her sizzling, new adult romance, OUT FROM UNDER YOU, the first in a new contemporary series, will be released in August of 2013. She loves books that quicken her pace, music sung by adolescent boys, and cupcakes with too much frosting.

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Blog Tour: ‘Vacationista’ by Tara Simone (Book Review)

Vacationista by Tara Simone

A broken heart. A ticket to paradise. A resort full of honeymooners …
the last thing newly single Patience De La Rosa needs if she’s to find a candidate for a casual rebound.
Her luggage catching a flight to Mauritius instead of Maui doesn’t help matters and a maxed out credit
card doesn’t buy a girl a fresh pair of panties. Then there’s the annoying weird guy, the one who’s married
to his laptop, sitting beside her at the pool.

Odds for a fling improve when three single, sexy and willing candidates cross her path. Though
Patience’s luggage may be M.I.A., her breakup baggage crossed the Pacific with her. Will Patience cast it
aside, throw caution to the tropical winds and indulge in island debauchery? Or will a tea leaf reader’s
prediction about her romantic excursions come true in unexpected ways?

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“Vacationista is a sparkling romantic-comedy gem with one of the wittiest
heroines I have read in ages! Full of zingy one-liners, clever quips and
some of the best dialogue ever!” -NYT and USA Today Bestselling Author Lauren Blakely

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*I was provided with a copy of this book for the blog tour. Thank you!*

O.M.G. This book is pure awesomeness! I loved every single word of it and I would read it any time! PER-FECT!

‘Vacationista’ is the kind of book that cheers you up. It’s drama free. Well, maybe not exactly drama free, but it has that funny drama in it. That drama that makes you laugh, not cry. Also, this book is perfect for summer or for the beginning of autumn. It just warms you and it reminds you of good times on the beach.

Ok, so I loved the book from the first word. When I opened it and I started to read I knew I found a book that I would have a good time with. And my predictions were right. ‘Vacationista’ isn’t only a easy to read book. It’s funny, it’s well written, it’s an amazing love story, it’s everything you might want when you are depressed because school starts in a week. xD

Hm… I don’t even know what I liked the most about this book. ‘The nudge’ or the funny drama or the atmosphere? Probably Patience and Huey.. oh and Coco. We can’t forget about Coco. She was important.

When ‘I met’ Huey for the first time, well… I knew he was a nudge. xD No, seriously. I knew he is great.  And he was funny and smart. Really, really smart. And even though he wasn’t tanned and didn’t have hard abs, he’s perfect for Patience.

Speaking of Patience… well, the girl is crazy. The things she did and said were crazy.But I loved her. And she and Huey are perfect for each other. The chemistry between them is obvious from the very first moment they met. Their dialogues are smart and dripping with flirt and sarcasm.

Every character in this book is portrated in an amazing way. Even if they are supporting characters we get to know them and their personalities.

The atmosphere in this book gives you a great vibe. It’s very relaxed and it makes you wanna book a trip in Maui.

The book is very short and I don’t know if I liked this or not. I usually like it when I read a book in a day, but this time I wanted to spend more time with Huey and Patience. As a couple, of course. Oh, and this is why I want a sequel. I wanna read more about Patience and Huey as a couple and see their new adventures.

Oh em gi I almost forgot about Gina. My my, that woman is a blast! Literally! I loved her from the beginning. So powerful, so determinated, so lovely. I would love if the author would write Gina’s book. I wanna know her better.

So… I definitely recommend ‘Vacationista’, one of my favorite reads this summer. It’s perfect if you want a read that would cheer you up. The love story will make you grin, like it made me grin. Go and read it!

Rate: 5 stars out of 5

Excerpt from Vacationista by Tara Simone

The hotel phone rings and shakes me from my rage. Please let it be good news. Please let my luggage be here. I am so sick of wearing this peach tank top, what I wouldn’t do for a basic cotton tee. I cannot believe this shirt was ever my favorite. I answer the phone.


“I need help,” a voice mumbles.

“Who is this?”

“The albino guy with the sunburn.”

“It’s six o’clock in the morning. How did you know I was awake?”

“I didn’t. I need help.”

Huey’s room is actually one of twelve cottages that sit on a small cliff beyond the pool area looking out over the ocean. I use the term cottage loosely. Each one looks to be twice the size of the cottage I shared with Dan in Encanto. Floor to ceiling walls of privacy glass provide an unobstructed view of the ocean. Under a faux thatched roof is a private lanai with hammocks and patio furniture straight from the pages of a design magazine. The door to his unit is unlocked just as he said it would be.

If the outside was impressive, the inside is jaw dropping amazing.

This is ridiculous.

The furniture is several notches above what was in Ted’s room. Really fluffy, deep cushioned cream colored sofas and chairs that I just want to jump onto and crawl up in.

“Huey?” I call out. “I’m here.”

His voice calls out from another area of the house. “I’m in the bathtub.”

Hmmm. Generally if a man calls me to the bathtub I know what to expect. But this is Huey, and even though he is calling me to the bathtub, I don’t expect him to have any ulterior motives. Because it’s Huey. He’s not manipulative. I walk past the living room and through the sliding pocket doors that lead to the bedroom. To my left, a door is half open. I approach it carefully and stand just outside it without looking in.

“What can I do to help?”

“Come in.”

“If you’re in the tub, I’d rather not.”

“Have you never seen a man naked? Or are you just afraid you’ll be so overwhelmed by my sex god physique that you will jump me.”

“The latter.”

“I thought so. That is why everything provocative is covered. You will be safe in my presence.”

I take him at his word and poke my head around the door. The tub is huge. HUGE. It’s one of those Jacuzzi tubs built for two. Huey is in it. His man parts are indeed covered from view by lots of bubbles and a tray that stretches across the width of the tub, on which sits his laptop. This is not surprising to me. What is surprising to me is that he is submerged in water and bubbles the color of dirt.

“Why is the water brown?”

“It’s tea.” He fishes around in the water and holds up three tea bags. “There are a hundred tea bags in here.”


“Because Google said so.”

“For the burn?”


“Where’d you get the tea bags?”

“Room service.”

“So you called me because what? You need cream and sugar?”

“If I wasn’t in so much pain I’d laugh at your witty observation. But not right now.”

“Fair enough. How can I help?”

“I can’t type. My arms hurt too much to type any longer. And I have to get this done. I need you to type for me.”

“I’m not getting in the tub.”

“I wasn’t asking you to. Though now that you mentioned it, that could be interesting, the tub is built for two.”

“Is it? I hadn’t noticed.”

“Best you not get in, you won’t be able to keep your hands off me. You can sit there and type.” He points to an area of the bathroom out of my view. I step further inside the bathroom. There are two white chaises, just as fluffy as the sofa in the living room.

“There is a living room in your bathroom,” I say. “I can’t fit a towel rack in my bathroom. And you have chaises in your bathroom.”

“Technically, it’s not my bathroom. And if you help me I will buy you a towel rack that fits in your bathroom.”

“Okay, Huey, I’ll type for you under two conditions.”

“And they are?”

“One, I get to order breakfast.”

“For someone so thin, you do eat a lot. The room service menu is on the desk in the bedroom.”

“And two, I’m out of here at ten to sit by the pool.”

“Do you realize you continue to put yourself in grave danger?”

“Of what?”


“Wow. You can spell big words. Impressive.”

“I mean it. Why do you worship the sun? Don’t you know it’s bad for you?”

“I’m twenty-six. I am allowed a vice or two. You’re like thirty-two going on sixty. Would you relax a little?”

“I did relax. With you. In the pool. And look what happened.”

“Okay, if you’re trying to make me feel guilty −,”

“I am.”

“It’s working. I’m going to go order breakfast, want anything?”

“Orange juice.”

“Really or are you being facetious?”

“Orange juice and the buckwheat pancakes with chocolate chips and maple syrup, please.”

I don’t know why he makes me chuckle but he does. He’s so formal and offbeat at the same time. I’m fairly certain he would have been the kid in my high school who had been tormented by the cool crowd. If I had known him then, I probably would have dismissed him, just as I did the first day at the pool. But in his own odd way, he’s kind of cool and fun and funny.

“Hello,” I say into the room phone, “I’d like to place an order please.”

“Yes, Mrs. Anders, what can we get you?”

Why does everyone here think I’m married? Oh, right, because everyone here except me is part of a couple.

I hate this place.

Blog Tour: “The Space in Between” by Brittainy C. Cherry

New Adult Contemporary
Date Published: 9/17/2013

She’s scarred by her past.

ANDREA EVANS is traumatized and guilt-ridden by the death of her fiancée. Tired of the gossiping small town, she travels to New York City to pursue her dream of dance. When her dreams don’t instantly come to fruition, she ends up working at a strip club with her best friend.

He’s uncertain of his future.

COOPER DAVIDSON is a famous photographer and reality television star trying to flee from his own life filled with paparazzi, mental health clinics, and a cheating wife who is pregnant.

When Andrea and Cooper’s paths cross, they realize how damaged and in need of escapism they both are. The two create an arrangement to explore the space in between chaos and order with one another. The rules are simple—no emotional connections, no talking about the past, no speaking of the future, and when one finds order, the other walks away.

All is well until Cooper falls in love with Andrea. Will Andrea open up and let someone else into her closed off heart? Can Cooper stop the tabloids and his crazed wife from exposing his past and painting Andrea as a prostitute to the world before her life spirals back down to the land of chaos?

About the author:



Brittainy Cherry has been in love with words since the day she took her first breath. She lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with her loved ones and loves a great romance. The Space In Between is her debut novel and she looks forward to the world being able to read it!  Other hobbies that she loves to take part in are writing screenplays, acting, and dancing—poorly of course.
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My, my, what a book! I absolutely loved it! Didn’t expect to love it so much, but you can’t not love a book like this. For me, “The Space in Between” is a perfect book.

Once I started reading it I couldn’t stop. I was quickly hooked in and I couldn’t put it down. Unfortunately, I had to put it down many times, because school and other duties were calling. But my mind was always there, always wondering what will happen next. I linked with Andrea and Cooper quickly and I felt like they were my best friend for a lifetime.

Speaking about Andrea and Cooper… such amazing characters!! Very well portrated, with amazing personalities and they have such great souls it’s impossible not to love them.

This may seem your daily story: a guy and a girl with broken pasts trying to cope with their demons and feeling, meanwhile falling in love with each other. But “The Space in Between” is so much more. “The Space In Between” is an amazing, beautiful love story. It’s a story that teaches you about being brave, about learning how to cope with your feelings. It’s the kind of story that breaks your heart and then mends it.  It’s my kind of story.

The feelings are so well described that you actually feel them. Love,hate, anger, joy… you feel everything.

The writing. AH-MAZING! The writing voice is so nice that the text it’s kind of flowing. I don’t know how to describe it.. you just have to read this book and find out yourself.

Cooper. Oh, Cooper. It’s so easy to fall for him. The guy Is gorgeous! Smart, funny, sexy, he knows how to make a girl fall for him. And he always knows what to say . Yup, definitely my kind of guy.

I found some absolutely beautiful quotes in this book. Unfortunately, I didn’t write all of them down, but one stayed in my mind and always will. This one:

“I’ll be better tomorrow.”
“No you won’t. But that’s okay…I’ll wait.”
“For how long?”
“How long will I wait? Take forever and multiply it by infinity. And then I’ll wait some more.” 

This quote should tell you a lot about this book.

I liked the way Andrea and Cooper’s relationship developed. It didn’t seem forced and I didn’t get the feeling that they moved to fast. I really, really appreciated this thing. Lately, NA authors tend to write a love story where the main characters fall in love immediately. Brittainy chose to be different.

Overall, “The Space in Between’ is an amazing, touching and very different novel that I absolutely loved.  Yes,  I definitely recommend it and yes, I am super glad I read it. J

Rate: 5 stars out of 5