I really like this series. It’s one of the very few YA I’m still keeping up with and it really is a good fantasy story. There’s something about late stages of adolescent that are mixed with learning to harness and control your powers as a shapeshifter/werewolf that makes it, not boring to read.
It took me a second to remember Meredith was the one that was cursed by Luciana and couldn’t shift to a wolf, and Donovan of course is one of the Seven. And this book is theirs.
Apparently being one of the Seven and also an alpha of one of the largest packs, the Irish pack, is a handful. And finding one’s true mate to top it all, is just the icing on a delicious, yet busy, cake. Which is why, after years of being left to their own device, Donovan’s pack is unraveling. The pack bonds are going from bad to worse, and knowingly ignoring the situation, Donovan has made things worse. Continue reading “Shattered Pack by Aileen Erin”
The highly anticipated third book in Katie McGarry’s Thunder Road Series is being released on January 31st! LONG WAY HOME is a Young Adult Contemporary Romance being published by Harlequin Teen! Pre-order your copy of the next book in this emotionally charged series, and don’t miss Violet and Chevy’s story! Check out all of the stops on this awesome tour and be sure to pre-order your copy for the amazing bonus scenes! Continue reading “Review Tour: Long Way Home by Katie McGarry”
Rachel Harris’s THE NATURAL HISTORY OF US is already getting swoons from readers everywhere! We can’t wait for you to get your hands on it. Known for her sweet romances, Rachel’s THE NATURAL HISTORY OF US, is no different! Check out everything we have for you on this amazing title and then go grab your copy today. Justin and Peyton’s story is sure to put a smile on your face and keep you turning pages long into the night!
I’ve significantly reduced the number of YA books I’m reading. Something in The Natural History of Us‘s synopsis called to me and so I signed up for the tour and received a copy for review.
And OMG!!! It’s so freaking good. Continue reading “The Natural History of Us by Rachel Harris”
I’m writing this review 3 days after finishing the book, and I still don’t know how to properly express what I felt reading it.
I think my inner conflict is best represented by this GIF:
Continue reading “Paper Princess by Erin Watt”