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Blog Tour: Zero Day by Jan Gangsei | Review + Giveaway

Blog Tour: Zero Day by Jan Gan..

Posted January 11, 2016 by Kaitlynn in blog tour, giveaway, review / 2 Comments

My Thoughts: Zero Day is one of those books that automatically got added to my TBR when I read the synopsis.  I didn’t care about other reviews, that the author was a debut, none of that.  Suspense featuring the daughter of the President of the United States who also happens to be a kidnapping victim? […]

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Passenger (Passenger #1) by Alexandra Bracken | Review

Passenger (Passenger #1) by Al..

Posted January 7, 2016 by Kaitlynn in review / 14 Comments

Why do I continue to do this to myself?  I swear, I think I just like torturing myself.  I knew better than to read an Alex Bracken novel without having the sequel in my greedy little hands.  Passenger is just as amazing as I’d hoped but my heart broke when I reached the end and […]

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Dangerous Lies by Becca Fitzpatrick | Review

Dangerous Lies by Becca Fitzpa..

Posted December 2, 2015 by Kaitlynn in review / 3 Comments

Becca Fitzpatrick’s Hush, Hush series put her on my radar when I first started blogging but I have to say, Dangerous Lies is the book that kept me interested in her work.  Young adult suspense novels pretty much always get added to my TBR automatically but they don’t always impress me.  I’m happy to say […]

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Blog Tour: Love and Other Alien Experiences by Kerry Winfrey | Review

Blog Tour: Love and Other Alie..

Posted November 18, 2015 by Kaitlynn in blog tour, review / 1 Comment

Kerry Winfrey’s debut novel tackles the mental illness of agoraphobia with fun, flair, and facts.  Love and Other Alien Experiences is a strong debut that took me by surprise.  I can’t say what I expected but I think it would have exceeded those expectations that I might have had. I don’t know what it is […]

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The Lies About Truth by Courtney C. Stevens | Review

The Lies About Truth by Courtn..

Posted November 3, 2015 by Kaitlynn in review / 7 Comments

The Lies About Truth is the first book I’ve read from Courtney C. Stevens and let me just tell you, I’m impressed.  The Lies About Truth is a gorgeous story about loss, love, and learning to move on.  It made me laugh, it made me cry, and in the end, it made me smile. The […]

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The Dead House by Dawn Kurtagich | Review

The Dead House by Dawn Kurtagi..

Posted October 29, 2015 by Kaitlynn in review / 1 Comment

The Dead House was high on my list of books to get at BEA.  I hadn’t heard much about it but the synopsis and cover really caught my attention.  I’m not a huge horror fan (I’m such a scaredy cat) but I really wanted to give this one a try.  I’m really glad I did. […]

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Blog Tour: Frosh: First Blush by Monica B. Wagner | Review

Blog Tour: Frosh: First Blush ..

Posted October 26, 2015 by Kaitlynn in blog tour, review / 1 Comment

New adult has been my thing lately but I especially love new adult that takes place at college.  Obviously, when I saw Frosh, I had to add it to my TBR.  While I did have my issues with it, Frosh is definitely a fun read to start off a series I can see myself continuing. […]

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Dreamland by Robert L. Anderson | Review

Dreamland by Robert L. Anderso..

Posted September 15, 2015 by Kaitlynn in review / 2 Comments

With a cover that gorgeous and a blurb stating ‘for fans of The Raven Cycle,’ I couldn’t pass this one up. I should have known not to be fooled by a pretty cover and a blurb like that. While Dreamland was by no means a bad book, it just couldn’t live up to my expectations. […]

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Legacy of Kings (Blood of Gods and Royals #1) by Eleanor Herman | Review

Legacy of Kings (Blood of Gods..

Posted August 25, 2015 by Kaitlynn in review / 8 Comments

Legacy of Kings, Eleanor Herman’s young adult debut, completely blew me away.  Described as Game of Thrones meets Alexander the Great, it lives up to that blurb and more. Legacy of Kings is told through many points of view, each one unique and interesting.  At first I thought it might be a little confusing and […]

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