Author: Carrie Aarons

ARC Review | Falter by Carrie ..

Posted July 25, 2019 by Tina in Reviews / 0 Comments
ARC Review | Falter by Carrie Aarons

Falter is the final book in The Nash Brothers series and the one book I was so excited to read. All these books can be read as standalone, but I’d recommend you read Fleeting, Forgiven and Flutter so you can get a bit of a backstory. The Story Falter takes place a couple years after the previous books. We have seen how Fletcher has grown throughout the books but in Falter he is centered stage. Here, we meet a sober Fletcher, he is struggling and working each and every day […]

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ARC Review | Flutter by Carrie..

Posted July 8, 2019 by Tina in #LetsReadIndie, Reviews / 1 Comment
ARC Review | Flutter by Carrie Aarons

Flutter is the third novel in the Nash Brothers series. You don’t necessarily need to read Fleeting or Forgiven to read Flutter. However, you should because you meet both Penelope or Forrest and learn a little about them in the other novels. Flutter is a mix of enemies to lovers meets friends with benefits. There is also an age gap, Penelope is six years older than Forrest. Flutter is told in Penelope and Forrest’s point of view. I have been wanting Penelope to get her happy ending since the first […]

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ARC Review | The Second Coming..

Posted June 10, 2019 by Tina in Reviews / 0 Comments
ARC Review | The Second Coming by Carrie Aarons

The Second Coming is the first book in Carrie Aarons’ new series Rogue Academy. The Second Coming has a little bit of angst, steam and drama. It keeps you on your toes and you end up reading the entire thing one sitting. The Second Coming is a sort of spin off of Carrie’s previous novel Red Card, you actually don’t need to read Red Card to understand the Second Coming. However, it does have a bit of spoilers so if you want to read Red Card, I would but you […]

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ARC Review | Forgiven by Carri..

Posted April 18, 2019 by Tina in #LetsReadIndie, Reviews / 2 Comments
ARC Review | Forgiven by Carrie Aarons

Forgiven is the second book in The Nash Brothers Series. You do not need to read Fleeting to read Forgiven but personally, I would recommend reading Fleeting. You get a bit of the backstory in Fleeting that helps set up Forgiven. This is a second chance romance between high school sweethearts. The Story We met Lily and Bowen in Fleeting. We were also privy to the fact that both of these had a history. Lily and Bowen were high school sweethearts who were madly in love; they had their future […]

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ARC Review | The Tenth Girl by..

Posted November 19, 2018 by Tina in Reviews / 1 Comment
ARC Review | The Tenth Girl by Carrie Aarons

My first impressions of The Tenth Girl were that this cover is gorgeous. Carrie Aarons is the queen of gorgeous covers. I’ve read quite a few of Carrie Aarons novels and know that I can expect something light and quick. I’m just a little worried because Carrie writes more New Adult and this is Young Adult. But I’m excited to see what she does in The Tenth Girl. The Story The premise of The Tenth Girl reminded me slightly of my favorite movie ever She’s All That except this one […]

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Release Day Blitz | You’..

Posted November 18, 2018 by Tina in Reviews / 0 Comments
Release Day Blitz | You’re The One I Don’t Want by Carrie Aarons

First Thoughts before starting You’re The One I Don’t Want: I am really excited to read about Annabelle and Boone’s story. There were a few clues about their story in The Tenth Girl and it left me wanting more. The Story You’re The One I Don’t Want is a companion novel to The Tenth Girl. You definitely don’t need to read The Tenth Girl to read this. The story picks up a couple years after The Tenth Girl ends. Annabelle is in college and about to graduate. She’s also on […]

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ARC Review | All The Frogs In ..

Posted March 17, 2017 by Tina in As Told by Tina, Reviews / 0 Comments
ARC Review | All The Frogs In Manhattan by Carrie Aarons

My Review Before I even start this review can we talk about the cover? Isn’t it eye catching and beautiful? After reading All The Frogs In Manhattan, I feel like the girl on the cover portrays Gemma absolutely perfectly. I’ve read almost all of Carrie Aarons books and I feel like she releases a book when I’m about to fall into a reading slump or when I need a fun loving book to put me into a good mood. Carrie never lets me down and she definitely delivered in All […]

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