Oh, how I longed to like Adorkable. Self-proclaimed nerd Sally Spitz is sick of blind dates. Between her Mom and best friend constantly setting her up against her will, Sal has learned to perfect the art of scaring men away Read More
Continuing on from The Year I Became Isabella Anders is the novel The Year of Falling in Love. Finding yourself and falling in love? It’s a big year for Isa, who has the lust-of-her-life Kyler crushing on her. While she searches for answers about who Read More
As a forewarning, Infinity Rises is second in The Infinity Trilogy by S. Harrison. If you haven’t read the first book, you may want to consider it as this review will contain spoilers.
As the first part of an ongoing series, The Year of Isabella Anders is a novel to avoid. The synopsis led me to believe that this could be a sweet, standalone romance novel. Instead, we’re given a dragged out, unstructured mess.
As the first in a trilogy, S. Harrison brings us Infinity Lost. Set in a perplexing, not-so-distant future, Blackstone Technologies is the largest corporation worldwide. Their innovative creations have dramatically altered the way in which society lives. Mechanical organs have replaced the need for transplants, and votes Read More
On a weekend in which I was reminding myself that ‘skinny means pretty,’ I finally had time to consume the dazzling wonder that is Claire Hennessy’s Nothing Tastes as Good. I was impossibly grateful. This is a book I needed in my life, and the timing Read More