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This Ain’t Disney | Pan ..

Posted May 16, 2019 by Tina in Reviews / 1 Comment
This Ain’t Disney | Pan by Gina Maxwell (Review)

Before starting this review, I have to warn you. If you are thinking this will include Mermaids, Pirates, and magic, you will be disappointed. The only magic that happens in Pan is between the sheets. Yes, you read that right. Pan is a modern contemporary romance of Peter Pan. This ain’t Disney so please don’t go into this thinking Peter and the gang will be young children. They are grown and living in Neverland North Carolina. There are similarities in the story to the original, such as the character names and I feel like Gina stayed true to the character’s personalities that Barrie created. Pan is of course the leader of the Lost Boys, and of course Tink. They are all orphans who live with a Mr. Croc who is absolutely terrible (this is also a trigger warning for child abuse, emotional, physical abuse, sexual abuse). Pan escapes the orphanage […]

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Review | Seven Minutes in Heav..

Posted March 11, 2019 by Tina in Reviews / 1 Comment
Review | Seven Minutes in Heaven by K.G. Reuss

As you’ve heard me rant for the past couple months, I have been in a reading slump. I was searching through Kindle Unlimited and was just praying that one book would stand out to me and help me break this rut I am in. Seven Minutes In Heaven kept me up all night reading. First thing the title automatically caught my attention. It was catchy and it made me want to find out how this was going to work in a New Adult setting. Then I read the synopsis and I was intrigued and automatically borrowed it. Seven Minutes In Heaven is the beginning of the Single On Valentine’s Day series that is written by thirteen authors. Each book can be read as a standalone but is certain around the same concept. The Story Single Status is a dating service for those who are single on Valentine’s Day. It is […]

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Mini Reviews: McLoughlin Broth..

Posted March 8, 2019 by Tina in Reviews / 0 Comments
Mini Reviews: McLoughlin Brothers Trilogy by Emma Tharp

Moving On is the first series in the McLoughlin Brothers Trilogy. It was a very quick friends to lovers / enemies to lovers book. The story begins in Ireland. Braeden is on vacation when he runs into Scarlette who is also in Ireland on her own. Her grandmother wasn’t able to make the trip with her but she wanted to continue the trip with her. Scarlette is going through a rough time, she just broke up with her boyfriend she is also in another country by herself and her luggage is lost! Isn’t that rotten luck? Moving On is told in Scarlette’s point of view only. She was a good narrator I did enjoy the writing and the story. Braeden is one of Scarlette’s friend’s exes. This was actually handled VERY WELL and made me like the story a lot more. Moving On was definitely a quick lighthearted read that […]

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#MyTBRList Review | Right Text..

Posted August 25, 2018 by Tina in MyTBRList, Reviews / 2 Comments
#MyTBRList Review | Right Text Wrong Number by Natalie Decker

Right Text, Wrong Number was my August #MyTBRList winner. I was kind of hoping this one would win because texting the wrong number and falling in love is kind of one of my favorite tropes. I absolutely loved Text 2 Lovers, which is more NA, but still the trope is the same so anytime a synopsis remotely mentions texting the wrong number and it turning to more…I AM THERE. Needless to say, I had some pretty high expectations for this. Right Text, Wrong Number is the first book in the Off sides series. It a young adult novel and I was personally excited to see how this trope would work in a high school setting. Now that I’ve finished the book, I can say I’m a tad disappointed. What I liked: Obviously, I loved the concept of texting the wrong number and that turning into a friendship and perhaps something […]

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Review | Sacked by Jen Frederi..

Posted December 12, 2016 by Tina in Reviews / 1 Comment
Review | Sacked by Jen Frederick

It has been a while that I’ve read a New Adult book especially a sports romance. Like a really long time. I don’t even remember the last time I read one. Sacked is the first one I’ve read in a long time and I really enjoyed it. Sacked is the first book in the Gridiron Series and it is centered on football. I absolutely love football romances and I usually cannot wait to dive into a new one. I recently saw that the third book was releasing soon so I decided it was time to finally read them. Sacked is centered on Knox Masters and Eliot Campbell or Ellie for short. Knox is team captain and the leader of the defense. Ellie is the sister to Jack’s who just transferred from junior college to play wide receiver for Western. The story is quick paced and could easily be read in […]

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