Audio Review: The Crown’s Game by Evelyn Skye

Wow!  I really, really enjoyed The Crown’s Game.  I’ve always been a fan of history, specifically of Russian history.  And I love historical fiction!  So add those all together with a dash of magic and a strong female main character, then… Continue Reading →

Audio Review: Everywhere and Every Way by Jennifer Probst

Everywhere and Every Way was an enjoyable listen. Sebastian York was the narrator for Cal, and he is one of my top favs when it comes to narrators. I liked the main characters, Cal and Morgan. They both had great… Continue Reading →

Waiting for Wednesday – 6.22.16

Waiting On Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking the Spine that spotlights upcoming releases that we’re eagerly anticipating. Obsessive Book Nerd is excited to share you what books we are most looking forward to! I love Rick Riordan so… Continue Reading →

Review: Mystic Summer by Hannah McKinnon

Mystic Summer was just an OK read for me. While it was well written, it was just missing some oomph. I feel horrible, but it wasn’t spectacular. It hovered the line of burning and engaging. I really liked the main… Continue Reading →

Bookish Post: Book Deals and Where to Find Them

If you’re like me, your reading habit can get a tad…expensive. When I come across freebies and deep discounted eBooks, I can’t deny them a spot on my Kindle, adding just another book to my TBR pile. Really, it’s never… Continue Reading →

Obsessive Bookish Nerd News – 6.19.16

Hello, Obsessive Book Nerds! I wanted to post a month end update on some bookish things in my life. From what I’ve read and what I’m listening too, and some other bookish news. Check it out. Current reads… Look, it’s the tale… Continue Reading →

Audio Review: Unrivaled by Alyson Noel

I just couldn’t do it. I got to the 55% mark of Unrivaled and had to move on. Here are the basic points: Why I kept listening… The narrator was enjoyable. I will be sure to give other books she… Continue Reading →

Review Tour + Giveaway: Grin and Beard It by Penny Reid

With every Penny Reid novel, I say “Oh, that was my favorite!” Every time. So when I say, that Grin and Beard It was by far my favorite, I don’t really know how much weight that statement actually carries. But,… Continue Reading →

Review: One True Loves by Taylor Jenkins Reid

I knew One True Loves was going to be an emotional read. All of Taylor Jenkins Reid’s books are. But this one had my heart all twisted and my mind doing that thinking thing is does sometimes. One True Loves… Continue Reading →

Audio Review: Easy Love by Kristen Proby

I’ve been waintng to listen the Kristen Proby’s Boudreaux series for a while now. I had Easy Love on my Kindle for a while now, so I was thrilled when I found I could upgrade to the audio for less… Continue Reading →

Review: Chasing Eva by Camellia Hart

Chasing Eva was a fast-paced romance with a bit of suspense. The book was engaging and the characters were enjoyable. While the plot was interesting, but at times, felt more like the “standard” story featuring an alpha billionaire mc. I… Continue Reading →

Review: Invincible Summer by Alice Adams

Invincible Summer was not a good read for me. The book held my interest for a little bit in the beginning, but I was bored out of my mind by the 20% mark. The story is written in third person… Continue Reading →

Audio Review: The Shadow Queen by C.J. Redwine

I wanted to listen to The Shadow Queen because I need to fill the classic fairytale retelling void in my reading life. I figured it would be a good listen. It took all of about 20 minutes for me to… Continue Reading →

Review: Settling the Score by R.S. Grey

Sports romances have recently become one of my favorite tropes, right under rockstar romances. When I saw that R.S. Grey published a new novel, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it. It barely took one chapter to get… Continue Reading →

Review: Backstage Pass by Olivia Cunning

Wow. Backstage Pass was smoking hot. Talk about sex and rock n’ roll! I knew that this book was going to be steamy, but I was kind of expecting the storyline to be lacking. I was wrong. The story was… Continue Reading →

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