Review of “The Silence of the Lambs” by Thomas Harris

Synopsis: There’s a killer on the loose who knows that beauty is only skin deep, and a trainee investigator who’s trying to save her own hide. The only man that can help is locked in an asylum. But he’s willing to put a brave face on – if it will help him escape. Review: This…

Review of “Liar Liar” by MJ Arlidge

MJ Arlidge never disappoints. He is a Master of Suspense! This is the fourth segment in this series and he manages to keep the twists and turns coming the entire time. One particular aspect that I have enjoyed of every single novel that I have read by this author is that he manages to weave…

The Friday 56 Book Tag, (#2)

I debated awhile on which book I should choose a quote from, but as soon as my gaze drifted to my hardcover copy of Ignite Me then I instantly knew! I mean, helloooo Warner almost always comes first lol. “I was willing to let you go if you’d found something extraordinary. Someone who could know you in…

The Friday 56 Book Tag & Update!

Update: Yeesh! It’s been an entire month since I have been on here! I’m sorry y’all! Life got crazy for me with finals and an internship. Now, I have plenty of time to catch up on reading and reviews 🙂 I came across this book tag and love the idea! I just had to do…

Review of “Echo” by EK Blair

Synopsis: It’s been said the longest echo ever measured lasted 75 seconds, but I can assure you, this will last much longer. The bang deafened the world around me, muting everything into nullity, allowing the reflection of its destruction to live far beyond its intended life. It will follow me forever, destroying me—destroying you. You…

Review of “Black Lies” by Alessandra Torre

Synopsis: Brant: Became a tech billionaire by his twentieth birthday. Has been in a relationship with me for 3 years. Has proposed 4 times. Been rejected 4 times. Lee: Cuts grass when he’s not banging housewives. Good with his hands, his mouth, and his cock. Has been pursued relentlessly by me for almost 2 years,…

Review of “Civil Blood” by Mark Gelineau and Joe King

Synopsis: One city. Two worlds. The King of Aedaron reigns in splendor, while far below, in the streets and alleys of the underworld, a different kind of king emerges. Alys and Dax have always been caught in the middle. Once they fought for love, and their worlds tore them apart. But now as they are…

Review of “La Douleur Exquise” by JR Rogue

Synopsis: What happens when you meet your soul mate at the wrong time? What happens when you meet your soul mate but you aren’t theirs? Review:  This short book contains a series of short poems. Most of the poems tend to revolve around the same theme: unrequited love. La Douleur Exquise translates to “The Exquisite Pain”…

Review of “The Doll’s House” by MJ Arlidge

SYNOPSIS: A young woman wakes up in a cold, dark cellar, with no idea how she got there or who her kidnapper is. So begins her terrible nightmare. Nearby, the body of another young woman is discovered buried on a remote beach. But the dead girl was never reported missing – her estranged family having…

Review of “This is War, Baby” by K. Webster

Synopsis: My life had a plan. Until he invaded it and stole it all away. My captor took me and I became a pawn. His strategy changed and he sent me away to WAR, because money is everything in this world. In my WAR, though, I found peace. I couldn’t help but find love where…

Review of “Find Her” by Lisa Gardner

Synopsis: Flora Dane is a victim. Seven years ago, carefree college student Flora was kidnapped while on spring break. For 472 days, Flora learned just how much one person can endure. Flora Dane is a survivor. Miraculously alive after her ordeal, Flora has spent the past five years reacquainting herself with the rhythms of normal…

3 Days 3 Quotes: Day 3

We have finally arrived to the last day of the quotes challenge 🙂 It has been really fun being able to share some of my favorite quotes with you all! Thanks once again to Heart via Pages for tagging me in it. 🙂 RULES: Thank the person who nominated you. Post a quote for three…