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Play It Again (Up North Book 1) by Scarlett Metal
4.0 out of 5 stars Honest Review, 23 Sep 2014
This is a novella and the Prequel to the first book in the "An Up North" Series. This is a story of unexpected love between Kara, a city girl visiting her grandparents for the summer and JT, who just moved to the city of Mountain with his father to get him out of their home town so he can get over the loss of his wife, JT's Mother.
It really isnt a bad novella at all but it all happens very very quickly. By day three they are already announcing their love for each other and that makes it very unrealistic. I think it should have been a little longer or the author should have played with the time a little bit and jumped to a few months in the future. Other than the fact that the… Read more
Jag (Pandemic Sorrow Book 1) by Stevie J. Cole
Jag (Pandemic Sorrow Book 1) by Stevie J. Cole
5.0 out of 5 stars Honest Review, 23 Sep 2014
4.5 Stars

My first impression of Jag Steele was that he's a arrogant, egotistical d*ck... The phrase "Sex, drugs and rock and roll" never more aptly described a character for me. He's self-centred and doesn't care about anything or anyone.

I've got to admit that I found Jag's antics slightly tiresome and felt like I was trudging through this book for at least the first half of it. 

Even when I learned a little more about Jag's past, I still struggled to summon much sympathy for him but when he finally meets someone who isn't floored by his fame, his wealth, his image, we're finally given a glimpse of the man behind the "rock god"… Read more
Just For The Summer: Chasing Carolina Novella 0.5 by Danielle Jamie
5.0 out of 5 stars Honest Review, 23 Sep 2014
4½ Sizzling Summery stars

I was really excited going into this book, because: 

1. For the first time, I had no preconceived ideas about this book. Previous books my Danielle have always come highly recommend and at times this leads to people revealing the emotions of a book i.e heartbreaking etc 

2. The cover and title of this book just screamed, Sunshine and Holiday/Vacations and lets face it, nearly everyone loves sunshine and holdays.

I wasn't wrong on the holiday factor, because this short read tells the story of Ashlynn Myers, 19 and her 3 friends deciding to spend 4 weeks of the summer in a beach house in Myrtle Beach. She has not long split… Read more

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