I’m just going to collapse face first for a moment. I don’t know what has been with me the last few months. My brain has apparently been on some sort of strike.
But I’m here now! I think! And with me, I bring you another review! -commence gasps, ooh’s and aah’s-
“But when even her history teacher knew she was all set to become a lifelong florist, she had to admit it. She was doomed.”
Continue reading Book Review: Mina Cortez by Jeffrey Cook
So I just got done watching the funniest video where they translated You’ll Be Back from Hamilton using Google Translate and then translated it back into English and sang it. Wow. It was awesome. Seriously, YouTube that. Or you know what, here, I’ll YouTube it for you and you just have to click here
“Those left behind didn’t care about procedure or protocol; they wanted answers, and more importantly, they deserved justice.”
Continue reading Book Review: Bounty by J.D. Cunegan
I made a hot chocolate microwave brownie. It. Was. So. Good. I’m trying really hard to not go make another one….but then between that and my cookies from earlier I just might make myself sick over here. So to stave off my the nausea I have succumbed to season 2 of Shameless. I know, right? Point a gun to my head…
But now it is another review time!
I picked this book up a bit ago. I think there was something about one of the retailers getting all uppity about the cover being too violent or something? I can’t really remember now if that was this book or a different one. But I think it was this one and since whoever it was had a problem I was like “I shall buy it!” Plus, I liked the premise. I actually read all three books that are out within a week.
But seriously, this cover is so pretty.
“No drinking, no drugs, no sex-” He cut me off with another laugh. “That’s not an angel. That’s a nun.”
Continue reading Book Review: Angel in Training by C.L Coffey
I am obligated to say that I received an ARC of this book in return for an honest review.
Now that that is out of the way, I can be honest here.
This damn book.
Was freaking awesome.
I finished it in two sittings after my son went to bed and I just flew through it. As the late hours ticked into early ones, I really didn’t want to put it down. I needed to know what happened.
“Most people these days look without seeing, listen without hearing, and speak without words. People are lost.”
Continue reading Book Review: Guilty By Association by E.A Copen