Saturday, 18 February 2017

Revelations Review

Title: Revelations
Author: T. Marie Alexander
Series: Not Applicable
Publisher: Star's Sera Publishing
Publication Date: 27 January 2017
Source: Xpresso Book Tours
Format: E-book
Pages: 299
Rating: 3 Stars
Reading Timeline: 15 February 2017 - 18 February 2017

Goodreads Synopsis:

Have you ever craved something so badly that all reason was just an excuse getting in your way?

Have you needed something so desperately that you didn't care how you got it or who you hurt in the process?

I have- and not that long ago.


Acceptance... from family and friends...

Acceptance of the person I am inside and not outright rejection.

It didn't come easily for mr, and now I believe the world needs to know just how ruthless life can be. How that overwhelming yearning for acceptance can mold you into someone you don't recognize when you look in the mirror. I'm thought hiding behind one façade after another - it's time for the world to meet the real me.

- Antoinette Justice

Book Review:
Pre-reading Thoughts:

I received this book from Xpresso Book Tours in exchange for an honest review. When I read the synopsis of the book, I couldn't help but feel like this book was going to hit home one way to another. It also looked like it would be one of those books that send out a really important message. This is basically one book that I cannot wait to experience.

Writing Thoughts:

I don't really know how to describe the writing in this book. I guess you could call it simple and in some places underdeveloped in terms of the grammar. However, it was an extremely easy book to read and although the writing had it's hiccups, it wasn't bad.

Plot Thoughts:

This turned out to be something completely different and unexpected. The book is written in a diary format which caused there to be a lot of parts that weren't as fleshed out as they could have been. The chapters felt rushed in terms of the details we were supplied. Sometimes the timeline just jumped too far ahead. And whilst I expected the book to be about accepting yourself and showing how the main character truly started to accept herself, it turned out to be something just short of that. I can see that the author attempted to make her book into that but I just don't think that it worked. The executions of the plot was quite average. But there was a lot of potential. There was definitely a sense of a personal story beneath the words of the book and I respect the courage that it took to write such a personal book.

Character Thoughts:

I have no idea what to say here besides that there could have been way more development with the characters. We meet a lot of flat characters in this book and I believed that if the characters where a bit more round, it would definitely improve both the plot and the actual book.

Final Thoughts:

I had several expectations for this book and unfortunately, none of them were met. I found this story to be average overall but there was also a lot of potential that can be found if the author decided to revise this book. There is a lot of potential just sitting on the pages of this book. 

Yours in Reading,


Friday Reads

Hi everyone! As you can see, I am doing my Friday Reads. If you don't know what that is, basically it is just a segment that I do both on here and on my YouTube channel. In this segment I just tell you what books I will be reading during that weekend when the video goes up. And from this small yet cozy TBR, you can sort of tell what I will be reading during the week.

But moving on swiftly to the books on my TBR for this weekend.

This is one of the books I received from Xpresso Book Tours. I am super excited to get to this book mainly because I have a feeling that this book will hit close to home. But yea.

This is a book that I requested from the author in January sometime. I am hoping to review this book within this week sometime. This is a guardian angel and I am so excited for this book! I really hope that I get to it really soon!

And those are all the books that I am hoping to read this weekend! What are you reading this weekend? Or are you just winging it?

Yours in Reading,


Wednesday, 15 February 2017

Bookshelf Reorganisation Video!

I decided to reorganize my books during the weekend because half of my books where just everywhere except on the shelf. I am super impressed with how it turned out. I look at my shelves everyday and just smile from happiness because I love them. 

If you are interested in watching that video, you can find it here. If you happen to watch the video leave a random Emoji in the comments so I know you came from here! 

But other than that, I will see you in my next post which should be coming soon! So keep your eyes on my Instagram stories to see when I post about it.

Thank you for your support!

Yours in Reading,

Melleny Smith

Saturday, 11 February 2017

Friday Reads

Oh my gosh... It's already the weekend and I cannot be any happier. This weekend is much needed. As usual, I have a couple of books that I would like to get to this weekend. Some of them I just want to start and other I would really like to finish. Just a quick reminder, I do have a video up of this. You can find that here. And if you would like to see what I am currently reading along with my February TBR you can find that on my Goodreads page 

Starting off with the books I would like to finish or just get really far into.

I started DITS this week as I am reading as part of Stefan's (@stefansbooks) read along (#stefansreadalong). I am also a representative for the publishing company, Blaze Publishing. I am super excited to read more of this book because it is really good so far! This is a Sci-Fi book and after Emotions by Arnulfo Cantarero I was super in the mood for Scifies. 

I requested this book from the author last month. It sounded really interesting so I am hoping together to it before next weekend so that I can review it. This book is a guardian angel type of story!

Hopefully I can get to this book! I am doing a blog tour for this book through Xpresso Books and I really want to get ahead on all of the books that I need to review. I actually do not know what this book is about but it looks super interesting and I cannot wait to get to it.

Those are all of the books that I am hoping to get to this weekend... What are you reading this weekend? 

Yours in Reading,


Omen Operation Review

Title: Omen Operation
Author: Taylor Brooke
Series: Isolation #1
Publisher: Limitless Publishing
Publication Date: 26 January 2016
Source: Xpresso Book Tours
Format: E-book
Pages: 306
Rating: 4.8
Reading Timeline: 05 February 2017 - 09 February 2017

Goodreads Synopsis:

After an epidemic spreads thought the country, Brooklyn Harper's high school years have come to an abrupt end.

Implanted in a rural camp, Brooklyn and her friends are cut off from their families and the outside world. Each day is filled with combat training to assure their safety against the craze, belligerent, and deadly- those infected with a mysterious virus.

If the world couldn't get any crazier, a letter ups the insanity...

After being assured day after day that the world outside their little camp has been compromised, Brooklyn's cabin-mat Dawson Winters, finds a letter that turns everything they'd known upside down. There is a world outside the trees that surrounds their camps and the virus they all feared seems non-existent.

Determined to see it herself, Brooklyn plots with others to attempt an escape...

On the outside, Brooklyn finds the world is as normal as ever. But when they are attacked in the city, they dispose of their attackers far more efficiently than any normal human. Is their more to Brooklyn and her friends then just being highly trained?

As their exploration continues, the group is faced with impossible feats. Betrayal, love, death, and a powerful sense of camaraderie lead Brooklyn and her friends to fight for their life, their freedom, and most of all, each other.

Book Review:
Pre-reading Thoughts:

I was sent an e-copy of this book from Xpresso Book Tours as I am taking part in the Echo Campaign Book Tour (expect another review from this series), the second book in the series. I have no idea wheat to expect from this book as I plan on going into this book blind. All I know is that it looks cool and like something that I will probably enjoy reading.

Writing Thoughts:

There is something addicting about Brooke's writing. I haven't read something this well written in a long time. A lot of the books I have read so far feel structured and rigid compared to this book. The writing was so... effortless. It was completely unexpected.

It was like I couldn't get enough of the book. I was absolutely addicted. I could not put my kindle down. And if by some miracle I did, it was with great difficulty. I loved the writing and cannot wait crave to read more from Brooke.

Plot Thoughts:

The book starts off randomly but this is just for a second. It immediately starts to focus on the story that is about to unfold. The book becomes filled with action almost immediately. And I think I have found my new obsession. The story progressed really well. We move from one surprise to another constantly. But do not take that as a bad thing. It was done quite well.

I was constantly sitting on the edge of my seat, holding my kindle as tightly as I could without breaking or causing damage to it. I was amazed and gobsmacked at all the anticipation that I felt whilst reading this incredible book. I was absolutely devastated when the book ended. And I can't entirely say that I was okay to go to school or continue with my normal routine the day after. An amazing gem can be found here.

Character Thoughts:

The characters in this book are so amazing. All of them felt accessible and right. None of them felt forced, if that makes sense. I adored Brooklyn and Porter. They were so cute together. But they frustrated me to no ends. There was such an obvious attraction between the two of them but neither of them fully acted on these feelings. It was super frustrating... Someone needed to make the first move but no one did.

Gabriel and Brooklyn have a friendship that no one can stand in the way of. This is one of the aspects of the book that I loved. It really made the story in some aspects. Gabriel and Brooklyn always defended each other in times of conflict and times of trouble. They never left each other's side and they really pulled on my heartstrings. It was a friendship that I wanted and couldn't help but be envious of. I really loved this.

Final Thoughts:

This book was incredible. I loved it. I obsessed over it. I couldn't put it down. I was addicted. It was extremely close to perfection in my eyes. I recommend this book to everyone. Doesn't matter what you like, I recommend this book to you. The book is action packed and filled with friendships that pierce your heart. It was a fantastic read. I cannot wait for the second book!

Yours in Reading,


Wednesday, 8 February 2017

Feeder Review

Title: Feeder
Author: Eliza Green
Series: Feeder #1
Publisher: Self-Published
Publication Date: 17 October 2016
Source: Xpresso Book Tours
Format: E-book
Pages: 446
Rating: 3 Stars
Reading Timeline:31 January 2017- 05 February 2017

Goodreads Synopsis:

You have to keep moving forward, he says. But I am afraid of change. Change will kill me.

When their hometown of Brookfield is poisons by radiation, seventeen-year-old Anya Macklin and her older brother Jason are relocated to the safe but boring urban of Essention.

While Jason is put to work, Anya is enrolled in the adult skills course at Arcis, a secretive and heavily monitored education facility. There she must compete with other teenage recruits and earn her place in society by reaching the top floor.

At frist, Anya fears change, and is reluctant to advance. But then she meets Dom Pavesi, a brooking, evasive stranger who drives her to discover the rules of this dangerous game where there can be only one winner.

Who is Dom? Which side is he one?

And what terrible truth awaits Anya on the ninth floor of Arcis?

Book Review:
Pre-reading Thoughts:

I have received this book from Xpresso Book Tours in exchange for an honesty review. Gosh, I signed up for this review opportunity so long ago that I forgot that I even forgot that I signed up for it... I am pretty excited to read it though. It sounds like a really kickass book filled with action and twist and turns that I won't see coming.

Writing Thoughts:

The story is well written but there's just something that made reading the book extremely tedious. It was almost as if the sentence structure was slightly off but not so much that it was too obvious. Or it just felt like the book lacked something. I can't pinpoint what but it was slightly unsettling.

The chapters were so nice and short that it felt like I was flying through the book even though I wasn't. The writing was also simple in terms of diction as there weren't any big and complicated words.

Plot Thoughts:

The synopsis of the book was interesting as well as the first few pages however after that it become boring, monotonous in a way. Things were jut unfolding at such a slow pace that it felt like I was living through every detail of the Anya's life instead of just the significant ones. The whole day-to-day feel was über obvious in this book. However despite the slowness of the plot, I somewhat enjoyed the book.

Character Thoughts:

The characters in this book were so secretive. In the beginning of the book it really aided in pushing the story as well as keeping it interesting. But this too became boring after a while. Each character had their small interesting quirks which aided the story one way to another. Whilst I did enjoy the characters, I never grew attached to them.

I'm just going to turn my eye on the main character of this book quickly. Anya sometimes acted childish and there were times where her actions didn't make sense. Her romantic interest in Dom is always pushed aside for no logical reason. It annoyed me so much. If you want them to be together in the end then get on with it. Unless there is a big plot twist as to why they weren't together until that moment. The continuous build and break down of the "romantic tension" did not aid the story in my opinion.

Final Thoughts:

Overall, the story was pretty average. Nothing stood out to me and screamed unique to me. I probably won't be picking up the second book in this series. However if you are still in a dystopian phase, then this is probably a book that you will enjoy!

Yours in Reading,


Sunday, 5 February 2017

The Elven Tales : The Company of the Rose Review

Title: The Elven Tales: The Company of the Rose
Author: Fabi Ghittoni
Series: The Elven Tales #1
Publisher: Self-published
Publication Date: 02 February 2017
Source: Author
Format: E-book
Pages: 251
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Reading Timeline: 29 January 2017 - 05 February 32017

Goodreads Synopsis:

Prudence Clark lives a seemingly normal life in Cambridge with her best friend's family. But a series of strange events compounded by a wave go kidnappings is about to turn everything she believed about her existence upside down.

A brutal attack catapults her into a new reality - one that makes her the most important refugee of the Council of the Five Kingdoms. Now, she's charged with the task of finding the King's lines to stop Alanel, the most malicious and ruthless being, following his escape from prison.

Alanel has declared war on the king of Arkana. Now, even more shocking truths come forth, exposing long-held secrets about Prudence's past and her destiny. Her new found knowledge will prompt her to embark on a treacherous journey to face dangerous beasts in the most inhospitable places. But her journey will not be alone, she'll be joined by the Company of the Rose, brave warriors that will fight by her side, and hopefully, lead to the retrieval of the runes before it's too late.

Book Review:
Pre-reading Thoughts:

I requested this book from the author when I heard that she was looking for reviewers. I have been wanting to read this book, not because of the synopsis but because it has born showing up everywhere on my Instagram feed. I am super grateful for this opportunity. The book sounds super interesting and I cannot wait to get into ti!

Writing Thoughts:

The Elven Tales: The Company of the Rose is well written and incredibly descriptive. Whenever a new creator was introduces, there was always a short description of how they look and certain traits that they possess. That little extra sentence was super informative and it really helped a lot! However when it came to common creatures such as nymphs, they weren't explained as thoroughly. The consistency would've just helped out with the flow of the story.

The story is beautifully written and it felt as if I was part of the Company of the Rose as they travelled through the Five Kingdoms. However, the book felt more like a middle grade novel than a young adult one. This did not hinder the book at all because the writing and content was still excellent

Plot Thoughts:

One moment we are in a normal mundane world and the next we are tossed into a world filled with danger and magical creatures. Action just follows from that moment onwards. The story was just amazing and incredible. I loved every moment. Every chapter kept me on my toes and there were so many things that happened that were so unpredictable. It was absolutely perfect! Sitting on the edge of my seat does not even begin to describe how I felt throughout this book. I loved how each chapter had these small little mysterious that get solved on the way.

Character Thoughts:

I loved all of the characters in this book except for two people. They were Maddie, Prudence's best friend and Genuss. Even though I didn't like Genuss, I still think that she and the rest of the crew were pretty kick ass. Each character had their small quirks that made them interesting and lovable! 

Final Thoughts:

I was lucky enough to get this book from the author!

Overall, I thought that this book was amazing. It did feel like a middle grade for the most part. I loved every moment of the book. And don't get me started on how gorgeous this book is. The art work in the cover and on the inside of this book is just amazing! Even if I didn't like it in the end, I would still buy the physical copy. If you are looking for a well built world and endless action, then this is the book for you!

Yours in reading,


Friday, 3 February 2017

Author Spotlight!

Hi and WELCOME to my first ever Author Spotlight. This is essentially an interview! All of the author's links and books will be linked down below at the end so be sure to check it out if you are interested in finding out more information or purchasing their books!

This month, I will be featuring the amazing Sylvie Parizeau! I am currently her beta reader for her third book in the Incandescent Series! I was extremely happy when she accepted my invitation to be the first (of hopefully many) Author Spotlights!

Follow these links to find Sylvie on several sites!

Goodreads                                                      Amazon                                                              Website

But now it is time for the Author Spotlight!

This here is the amazing Sylvie! I absolutely adore sending emails to her and I hope you find her as delightful as I do!

About the Author:

What inspired you to start writing?

I am the quintessential daydreamer. I get lost in stories I read for hours on end, cooking up additional scenes long after I finish the book. What do you mean the end! Noooo. Give me the happy.
Guess I finally got out of my head and took matters into my own hands to feed my compulsive obsession with epilogues and write about the happy. ;)

If you could give any advice to a non-published writer, other than to just push through it, what would it be?

There are so many things to consider in today’s publishing industry, and the overload of information circulating is overwhelming. At least, for me it was. Find a one-on-one coach that will guide you through the publishing steps (and kick your butt when and where needed) and will connect you to reliable resources. Feel free to visit my Behind the Scenes under my About Sylvie tab for mine. Best investment on myself I ever did.

At what point in your life did you just know that you wanted to become a writer?

I haven’t fully realized it yet. Ask me again in a few months.

If you have done the Pottermore Houses test, what is your house?

Well, that’s intriguing. Now, you realize I just had to go find out.
What fun, thanks!
“Ravenclaws possess the ability to learn quickly and adapt to situations with ease. They also tend to be very wise. You're original and creative, and you know how to use your strengths to your advantage! You have a competitive spirit, which is good for sports such as Quidditch, but don't let it make you a sore loser!”

If you have done the Pottermore Patronus test, what is your patronus?

I’ll be right back. Don’t go away.
I’m back! That little test was seriously cool and lots of fuIf you cn to take.
My Patronus is a bay mare. How about that!

What books have influenced you the most?

That’s a tough question. There are so many, both past and present. Hum (head scratching). Once upon a time (a very long time ago, but who’s counting?), I obtained a degree in Art & Lettres. So, safe route, going back? I’ll go with two of my favorite classics, Pride&Prejudice and Jane Eyre. What touched me the most in them is the fact that the main characters are non-conformists in essence, and they get each other. And even though they can’t completely escape the realities of their own time period, they choose their own path, finding love, staying true to who they are.

What are you future projects?

I’m committed for now to the Incandescent Series and my GGS crew yearning to find that someone special in their lives. But already, Liam’s own novel is butting in, tickling my imagination deeper than what his back story commented on. So who knows? Maybe I’ll get to partner with a really cool, awesome fantasy SciFi author who will do it justice? Any suggestions?

If you couldn't be an author, what would your ideal career be?

Librarian. In any one of Europe’s ten most beautiful libraries, no less.

(You did ask ideal right? ;)

What is your preferred method of getting in touch with your readers?

My absolute favorite is through emails, particularly ones coming in from the Q&A section on my interactive website. This is where I put myself out there, reaching out.
Confession time. I live on top of a mountain under the proverbial rock. No cell phone, no TV (*gasp*, I know, I know), and I’m still learning how to navigate social medias, so bear with me, I’m getting there... Meanwhile, feel free to peek some more inside my head (at your own risk) by exploring the website.

Have you gone on any literary pilgrimages?

No, not yet. But I have a list that took on a life of its own, so? Right now? I’d like to go to Vernazza in the Cinque Terre region of Italy after having read A Place in the Sun by R.S. Grey. =)

What was the first book that made you cry?

I will go with The Flame and the Flower by Kathleen E. Woodiwiss who is solely responsible for getting me hooked solid on romance at the tender age of fourteen.

Does writing energize you or exhaust you?

Energizes me, most definitely.

What is your writing Kryptonite?

Self-editing the rough draft as I go along. It slows down the process considerably but I can’t seem to help myself. Bad Sylvie.

Have you ever been in a reading slump?

What is a reading slump? ;-) No I haven’t so far. Even within my favorite genre, anything romance, there are so many interesting sub-genres put out there by the Indie movement. Depending on my mood, I can go from SciFi to Fantasy to Historical to Paranormal to Suspense and right back smack to the boy next door. Endless possibilities. I love it.

How many unpublished/ unfinished/ work in progress books do you have?

Out of six, the Incandescent Series has four more books roughly mapped out. I am currently working on Exposure, (book 3), P.O.’s story.

How many hours a day do you write?

I write part time full-time, so, on average, six hours a day.

Do you read your books reviews?

 Yes. I’m deeply touched by anyone who not only took the time to read my story but took the time out of a busy schedule to write a review. 

How do you deal with the bad or the good ones?

Either way, good or bad, it helps me situate so that I can continue to hone my skills and improve. Always. We’re talking about suggestions and constructive criticism here and not bashing, right? I don’t subscribe to author bashing for the sake of it, so, whenever I come across one of those, I just move along. No hard feelings. Not my issue, it’s theirs.

About the Book:

If you could recommend any three books that are similar to Incandescently or that you would like your readers to read, what would that be?

Interesting question for the first part, and one I’d like to know myself. Incandescently is a cross-genre. Not quite paranormal, not quite mainstream New Adult either, so beyond ticking Contemporary Romance, it was difficult to tick one sub-genre (you only get to pick one) upon publishing. So, any other similar book suggestions anyone?
As for the other part of your question, I have loads and loads of treasured reads and authors out there. In case you’re left wondering by now ;), my absolute favorite genre is romance. Anything romance. I have so many authors past and present inspiring me to read, and read some more. A quick peek at Mes Coups de Coeur tab will certify it (or certify me, =) whichever comes first),

Where did the idea for Incandescently come from?

A very long time ago, the love of my life (who went through some (not all) of the things Liam went through), mentioned that his overall take on life would have been quite different if only he could have known we were to meet in his future. It stayed with me, many many years

How do you develop your plots and characters?

As far as the creative process is concerned, “mind” plotting is how I develop my stories. I’m always plotting scenes in my head, seeing them unfolding in my mind in some sort of Technicolor movie. Again, the quintessential daydreamer as most of these scenes will never make it into the book as more often than not it’s just my characters let loose, having fun outside the storyline.
To get it out of my head, I keep small three-ring binders for the six books in the series where I collect and note all sorts of ideas for each along the way.
In a nutshell, once the rough outline is blue printed, I’d say it’s a fruit salad medley of internet fact finding and research and personal experiences. As the Incandescent series takes place where I live in Les Laurentides, Québec’s ski country, I open the door, and here they all are; ideas, characters, scenes, waiting for (or more aptly, ambushing) me.
Interested in the real places behind the literal scene? I regularly post pictures under my Chronicles Tab: 

We all need a hero! Tell us about your protagonist. Was there a real-life inspiration behind him?

Absolutely. All my guys are the result of a collage of bits and pieces taken here and there from the men in my life (and my two grown sons may or may not kill me if they ever read one of my stories. Hopefully, they’ll wait for the movie. Ha! ;).

What was the hardest part of writing this book?

Not stepping outside the story line propelling the characters forward. Like I mentioned earlier, in my mind they frequently just … enjoy each other with no other purpose than being in the moment, happy.

What was your favorite chapter or part to write and why?

As a paralegal by day, I delve too many times to count into the gray side of humanity. Civil litigations, while they run their course, have the uncanny ability to bring the worst out of anyone, no matter which side of opposing parties. And reading, or writing, heartwarming love stories consistently colors my way back to Life’s brilliant hues at the end of the day.
As soon as I hit the happy, I’m in the zone. My zone. So my favorite part is when Liam and Éolie meet for real.

“Liam,” she breathes, and I close my eyes, wonderstruck, heart cracked wide open by the sound of a voice I’ve been waiting my whole life to hear out loud.

Is there a message in your books that you hope readers will grasp?

#Love is a state of Being. Your love is not outside; it is deep within you. You can never lose it, and it cannot leave you. ~Eckhart Tolle

Will you be writing more books in the world of the Enchanted Forest of Laure?

Yes, there are six interconnected standalones in the works. Apprehension, book (2), Zac’s story is available now and Exposure, book(3), P.O.’s story is a work in progress. Snippets of my WIP are posted on my website. Feel free to explore.

What did you edit out of this book?

A lot of my protagonists’ childhood memories that did not propel the story forward in the here and now

What was your hardest scene for you to write?

When Éolie first reaches out to Liam and he feels helpless, knowing she’s in danger but he’s unable to act on it. It gets to me on a personal level.

Do you have anything in particular you would like to say to your readers?

Fall in love with a book and share it with the world. Each and every one of you makes this story-telling journey, extraordinary.
Merci du fond du coeur! (From the bottom of my heart, thank you!)

just want to say thank you to Sylvie for this amazing interview! It amazing to get to know you better and to see that you are such a down to earth person! You make working with you amazing and a true experience. I cannot wait to do more posts on you and your books!

Thank you lovely readers for joining me on this new adventure I want to take! Feel free to add questions on this post if you do not find enough answers here. Once again! Thank you for joining me! I look forward to posting another Author Spotlight  at the end of the month!

Yours in Reading,


Thursday, 2 February 2017

February 2017 TBR

Oh my gosh! I am so excited for this months TBR. These books are either books that I have requested, that where sent to me or they are part of a blog tour that I am taking part in. Okay here we go! Be sure to check out my video that I did as well and you can find a Goodreads bookshelf with the entire month's TBR.

The first book that I will be reading is one that I have requested from the author herself. This book just kept popping up on my Instagram feed and it was just gorgeous. So like what any normal person would do, I requested it and I was accepted! I am pretty excited for this book. I've already started it and the pages just seem to be flying by and I don't think that I am ready for the end...


In order to get ahead with all of my blog tours this month, I decided to start reading this book. It is set in a dystopian world and the catch phrase is extremely interesting! So far the book has gotten off at a slow start but I have a lot of faith in this book!


I don't even remember requesting this book from Xpresso Book Tours so when I received this book in my email, I kinda had a what moment... But now that I kinda know where I stand, I am pretty excited to get to this book!

I am doing a blog tour for the second book, which I will be mentioning in a moment, and I have yet to read this book which si the first book in the Isolation series. I am pretty excited because this book sounds badass and I am ready for it!


Here is the second book of the Isolation series as mentioned above. Once again, this is a badass cover and I just love it! I cannot wait to get to this book!

I am not usually a big fan of contemporary novels but this one sounded so interesting and I just couldn't pass the opportunity for this book! I am really excited to see how this book plays out in the end...

I believe that this a vampire book? But then again I could be totally wrong... I also believe that this is set in two different time periods which has me really excited to get to this book! I cannot wait for it because I have feeling like a book similar to this one... Let's hope that this quenches my mood's hunger...

As far as I can remember, this is supposed to be a funny new adult contemporary with a splash of murder. All I am looking forward to is the humor part of it because I feel like I need a good and funny book to help me through the rest of my school term.

This cover just gives me the Mafia vibes... Here is another contemporary that I requested to review for a blog tour! I am pretty excited because it looks like something that I would really like reading!

This is a werewolf book... And I am dying to read it. I used to love reading werewolf books because the idea of mates and transformation really interested me when I was younger. And I am ready to jump back into a paranormal that I like!

These are all of the books that I will be reading this month! Be sure to check out my Goodreads to see how far I am into my TBR and stay tuned for my thoughts on all... yes ALL... of these books!

Yours in Reading,