Posts Tagged: Love Triangle

5 Things About And I Darken by Kiersten White

5 Things About And I Darken by Kiersten White

August 20, 2016 Review 20 ★★★★½

White’s writing has come so far I think the last time I read Kiersten White was SUPERNATURALLY, or maybe MIND GAMES. They were good, but omg has White come far with her writing! AND I DARKEN was great. Honestly the perfect writing style for historical novels, or even historical based fantasies. I’ll be checking out White’s fantasy books soon and […]

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5 Things About Burning Glass by Kathryn Purdie

5 Things About Burning Glass by Kathryn Purdie

March 20, 2016 Review 35 ★★

BURNING GLASS started off on a high note. We are thrown into the action immediately, and although things were a little bit unbelievable, they were entertaining. I thought this was going to be a really good read, especially since I didn’t really have any issues with it at first. Unfortunately, that didn’t last. Read more »

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Review: Ensnared by A.G. Howard

Review: Ensnared by A.G. Howard

March 6, 2016 Review 16 ★★★★

Wow. ALL the feels. It took me forever to finally pick up and read ENSNARED. Interestingly enough, I actually wasn’t going to finish this series because it had been so long but boy, am I glad I did. I can’t deny there were issues with this finale but my enjoyment ranks higher. Read more »

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5 Things About The Kiss of Deception by Mary E. Pearson

5 Things About The Kiss of Deception by Mary E. Pearson

February 12, 2016 Review 30 ★★★½

More romance than I bargained for The first half of THE KISS OF DECEPTION spends a lot of time developing the romance and love triangle. Not much else really happens beyond the angst. So you can understand why I, a person who has to be in a particular mood for books where romance is the main plot, struggled at times. […]

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5 Things About Frankie and  Joely by Nova Weetman

5 Things About Frankie and Joely by Nova Weetman

December 2, 2015 Review 16 ★★½

Characters I could not deal with FRANKIE AND JOELY is a very character driven novel, and unfortunately the main characters were people I had issues connecting with. They were just frustrating in various ways. Some of their thoughts and actions I didn’t agree with, or they’d say things that grate my nerves. The only characters I liked entirely were minor […]

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