Cover Reveal: Staci Hart’s Coming Up Roses

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Y’all, the cover reveal for Staci Hart’s upcoming release is here! I have to say that the cover for Coming Up Roses is beautiful. I can’t wait to have this sitting on my shelf upon release day!

Coming Up Roses is a romantic comedy, and the synopsis sounds amazing. I love a workplace romance, and this sounds like it’ll be a tension filled enemies-to-lovers story. I’m here for it, and I’m really excited. Coming Up Roses publishes August 1, 2019. See the Goodreads’ blurb below! If you’re interested in reading more from this author, check out my review on Well Suited here.

Everyone hates parts of their job.

Maybe it’s the paperwork. Maybe it’s the day-to-day grind. Maybe it’s that client who never knows what they want, or the guy who always cooks fish in the microwave.
But not me. I love every corner of the Longbourne Flower Shop, every flower, every petal, every stem. I love the greenhouse, and I love Mrs. Bennet, my boss. I love creating, and I love being a florist. I don’t hate anything at all.
Except for Luke Bennet.

The Bennet brothers have come home to help their mom save the flower shop, and Luke is at the helm. His smile tells a tale of lust, loose and easy. He moves with the grace of a predator, feral and wild. A thing unbridled, without rules or constraint.
When he comes home to save Longbourne, I almost can’t be mad at him.
Almost.

He doesn’t remember that night I’ll never forget. That kiss, touched with whiskey and fire. It branded me like a red-hot iron. But it meant nothing to him.
Everyone hates part of their job, and I hate Luke Bennet.
Because if I don’t, I’ll fall in love with him.

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Get More Info: visit Staci Hart’s website; connect with the author on Instagram; connect with the author on Facebook; add Coming Up Roses to your Goodreads

This post is not sponsored. All opinions are my own. All links provided are for your convenience only – none are affiliate links. The author was kind enough to provide me with the cover reveal before release day.

Review: Lynn Weingarten’s Suicide Notes From Beautiful Girls

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When I found Suicide Notes From Beautiful Girls on Book Depository, I immediately added it to my cart. I had seen this book floating around Goodreads and Bookstagram before, so I was excited to add this to my backlist books this year.

TW: mentions of suicide, drug use, abortion, sexual assault, and rape

Synopsis
June’s best friend is dead. The official report says that Delia committed suicide by burning herself to death in her stepfather’s shed. June and Delia used to be best friends – the kind that did everything together and knew everything about one another. The two were inseparable, until they weren’t. This is why June doesn’t believe Delia committed suicide. She believes Delia was murdered. Now all she needs to do is prove it.

Spoiler Free Review
I’m going to be upfront and say that I gave this book a 2/5. I honestly did not really enjoy it. With that being said, there was still some things that I did like about Suicide Notes From Beautiful Girls. For starters, I love the title. It’s very catchy, and it immediately drew my attention. I also loved the book cover. Honestly, everything about the outward appearance made me so excited to begin reading.

I also enjoyed the first chapter or two of the book. The premise drew me in, and it seemed like everyone could have been guilty right off the bat. Plus, I was quickly turning the pages to see the reason behind June and Delia’s falling out. All of this was great. The book had a strong start, but then it lost me.

My first (small) issue is with June’s narration. There is something about reading through her POV that is so troubling. Her voice sounds dead and detached (and not in a good way). Further, she sounds like this before she realizes her best friend is dead. From the very beginning she just sounds alone, detached, and lifeless. It did not seem purposeful and just felt off putting.

My largest issue with this book is the plot itself. Honestly, it felt all over the place. The plot goes from cheating to suicide to murder to rape to sexual abuse to abortion to drug use and it just keeps going. There were a lot of twists and turns, but not in a good way. It more so felt like the author was just throwing elements in there for the sake of having them.

By the time I got to the end of the book, I still had no idea what was going on, really. There were so many questions left unanswered. So many issues left unresolved. Then, naturally, the ending is open-ended; it allows the reader the ability to interpret the ending. I did not like this. When I’m reading a thriller, especially a whodunit, I want to know whodunit. I don’t want to read an entire thriller and still be just as confused on the last page as I was on the first. You have no idea if any of Delia’s reasons/explanations were true or not. I also still didn’t understand the depth of the relationship between June and Delia. It seemed at times June was willing to go to the ends of the earth for Delia, and there was a depth of desperation there. Yet, just a while before, June was completely fine with not being friends anymore, content to live her life with her boyfriend. It just didn’t make sense.

Overall, I give this a 2/5. It was not the thriller for me, and I don’t recommend it.

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Ratings
Goodreads Rating: 3.46/5
My Overall Rating: 2/5
Suspense: 3/5
Ending: 1/5
Characterization: 1/5

Get More Info: visit Lynn Weingarten; connect with the author on Instagram; connect with the author on Twitter; find Suicide Notes From Beautiful Girls on Amazon

Suicide Notes From Beautiful Girls is young adult thriller, and it published on July 7, 2015. It is available to purchase here.

About the Author: Lynn Weingarten is a New York Times bestselling author and Creative Director living in Brooklyn. In the past, Lynn has been an editor at Alloy Entertainment and Working Partners, where she developed ideas for books (and edited them). She is currently Creative Director of Dovetail Fiction, a new YA packager and sister business to  Working Partners. She lives in Brooklyn.

This post is not sponsored. All opinions are my own. All links provided are for your convenience only – none are affiliate links.

Review: Becky Albertalli & Adam Silvera’s What If It’s Us

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Ok so I’ve been sitting on this review for a little while. I felt so conflicted upon finishing the book that I didn’t trust myself to write a honest review right off the bat. There was a lot that I liked here, but honestly there was a lot that I didn’t. I know the internet seemed to be really championing this book, as the authors are loved and the book features very inclusive characters, but unfortunately it didn’t really work for me.

Synopsis
Arthur and Ben meet-cute at the post office in New York, where Arthur is working for the summer. Arthur feels its a sign from the universe – he’s ready for his first big shot at romance. Ben doesn’t buy into the whole “the universe works in mysterious ways” – he thinks the way the universe works sucks. After all, the sucky universe is one of the reasons he is at the post office in the first place – to mail back his ex-boyfriend’s things. Arthur is determined to find the mysterious boy from their meet-cute, because he can’t help but thinking what if?

Will I like this?
You might enjoy this book if…

  • You enjoy YA romance that is sweet with little to no steam
  • You love books with inclusive characters of diverse backgrounds
  • You enjoy having your romance rooted in realism

You might not enjoy this book if…

  • You prefer a romance that is more new adult/adult
  • You prefer more mature characters
  • You prefer endings with a firm resolution

Spoiler Free Review
I want to start with what I liked. I loved the representation and inclusion in this book. This is a romance between Arthur, a Jewish boy who has ADHD and Ben whose Puerto Rican. It’s so important to write romance stories for everyone, and I love this book for its inclusivity. Also, it’s obviously a M/M romance, which is awesome! For this reason alone I wanted to absolutely love this book, but unfortunately,  it just missed the mark in other ways for me.

I also loved how this book wasn’t afraid to tackle big issues. We’re talking everything from homophobia to anxiety to privilege. This book also features a host of secondary characters with diverse experiences and backgrounds. Truly, this book’s diversity is its strongest aspect in my opinion.

I also enjoyed the fact that this book was just plain ol’ realistic. The romance between Ben and Arthur felt real. There was no fairy tale aspect. There were times when things felt awkward between them or when things just did not work out the way they wanted them to. I appreciated this. I even loved the realistic relationship mirroring between Ben & Arthur and the relationship we saw in Arthur’s parents. While there were some points that I felt the parent’s relationship was a bit toxic, they also showed that a loving relationship isn’t always perfect.

Onto what I didn’t love. I hated all the pop culture references, I’m just going to say it. While I appreciate a few Harry Potter references (because, c’mon, I love HP), this book seriously went overboard. There were so many. So, so many. They were in every chapter and even became plot points in the book. (Honestly, I found this to be an issue in other Becky Albertalli books that I’ve read.) This makes the book feel so immature and young to me. While I appreciate that this is YA, the references just brought it down a level. Also, I feel like this dates the book. When people are reading this ten years from now, all the references can be isolating to a reader who wasn’t there to appreciate them. I’m down for a few, but this book overdid it.

Lastly, while I loved that the book was realistic, the romance honestly still felt forced and a bit off to me. It didn’t feel like a natural progression and it felt like both characters were trying to force their relationship to work because of all they went through to find each other again. It felt like a bit of “well after all that, we have to make this work!” Everyone was cheering them on and a fan of their relationship, so it felt like they were trying to hard to make it work because they felt like they should. I really wasn’t buying into it. As a book where the romance is such a huge focus, this is where it really brought it down for me. I think the book could still keep its realism, while injecting a bit more romance/friendship between the two. Sometimes  felt like they were making it so awkward for the sake of being like “this is real romance! sometimes its awkward!” that they went overboard and lost the heart of the romance.

Overall, I give this a 3/5. I enjoyed reading the book, but there were minor issues that kept me from really liking it or even loving it.

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Ratings
Goodreads Rating: 4.0
My Overall Rating: 3/5
Steam: 0/5
Romance: 2.5/5
Friendship: 4/5

Get More Info: visit Becky Albertalli’s website; visit Adam Silvera’s website; find What if It’s Us on Amazon.

What if It’s Us is a young adult contemporary collaboration between Becky Albertalli and Adam Silvera. Becky Albertalli is author of the wildly popular Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda. Adam Silvera is author of the deeply emotional book They Both Die at the End. What if It’s Us released on October 9, 2018. It’s available to purchase now.

About the Authors: Becky Albertalli is a clinical psychologist who has had the privilege of conducting therapy with dozens of smart, weird, irresistible teenagers. She also served for seven years as co-leader of a support group for gender nonconforming children in Washington, D.C. She now lives with her family outside of Atlanta. She is an American author of young adult fiction, best known for Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda, which was adapted into the 2018 film Love, Simon.

Adam Silvera is the New York Times bestselling author of They Both Die at the EndMore Happy Than NotHistory Is All You Left Me, and What If It’s Us with Becky Albertalli. All his novels have received multiple starred reviews. He worked in the publishing industry as a children’s bookseller, community manager at a content development company, and book reviewer of children’s and young adult novels. He was born and raised in New York. He lives in Los Angeles and is tall for no reason.

This post is not sponsored. All opinions are my own. All links provided are for your convenience only – none are affiliate links.

Review: Ella Maise’s Marriage For One

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Y’all I couldn’t wait to write this review. I’m just going to say it right up front: I absolutely loved this book. It’s already one of my favorite romances I’ve read so far this year (and possibly favorite all-time romance, ever). You should read it. If this praise hasn’t already convinced you – keep reading. I’ll do my best to convince you.

Synopsis
Jack and Rose are getting married. Throughout her life, Rose has had a dream to open up her own coffee shop. She wants to have a place she feels safe and one she can truly call hers. Her dream is almost a reality until its ripped right out from beneath her fingers. Yet, hope is not lost. Jack swoops in and after one odd meeting at his law firm – he presents the perfect solution: they get married. He proposes a loveless marriage for two years as the cover for a business transaction so that they can both get what they want. Is it too soon to say this is doomed from the start or will their marriage be more than business after all?

Will I like this?
You might enjoy this book if…

  • You enjoy the marriage of convenience/fake relationship trope
  • You love slow-burn romance
  • You enjoy having emotional depth in your romance

You might not enjoy this book if…

  • You do not enjoy the fake relationship trope
  • You prefer insta-love as opposed to slow burn
  • Trigger warning: deals with health issues, loss of a loved one, abandonment issues

Spoiler Free Review
Well I loved everything about this book, so let’s break it down a little. First let’s talk characters. I loved Jack and Rose. They are so well written. They aren’t perfect – they have strengths and weaknesses, just like anyone else. It made it so easy to fall in love with them and their romance, because they felt like people I could be friends with in real life. I also loved Rose’s strength. If you’re looking for a romance with a badass heroine – look no further. Her drive and ambition were unparalleled. I felt like I needed to get to work on my passions after reading this. Jack was amazing as well. Reading his journey and character growth – let’s just say he made me (happy) cry in the end.

In terms of the romance…it was slow burn at its absolute BEST. If you want to literately read a story where you’re able to read the characters slowly fall passionately in love, it’s Marriage for One. The slow burn intensified their romance and made the steamy scenes super steamy. There are also small gestures and intimate moments that may not seem like much at first, but each one had me swooning. It’s the little things that make this romance feel so full in the end.

The plot itself was amazing. There was romance (obviously) but there was also individual character growth and a bit of mystery surrounding the exact circumstances of Jack and Rose’s marriage arrangement. The pacing was perfect, and even though it was a longer romance (which I personally love), it kept my interest the entire time.

This book made me feel every emotion. Sad. Happy. Heart broken. Excited. Nervous. Scared. By the time the end rolled around, I had even cried which is so unlike me while reading. That’s how invested I was in this story and these characters. The ending made my heart so full, and I swooned so hard throughout the entire book. This book was everything romance is supposed to be and more.

My favorite part about the book was Rose’s character. I felt like we would be would be best friends in real life. She had such strength, but also incredible vulnerability. I loved watching her character grow and change and reading her journey as she went after her dreams. Rose is a character that everyone needs to read about. She taught me a lot.

Y’all what more can I say? You need this book. You need to learn about these characters. This is my top read of 2019 so far and it’s going up on my list of favorite romances ever. If you’ve read this, please let me know so we can chat. If you haven’t, let me know if y’all put it on your TBRs. I’m off to read another Ella Maise book because I love her writing that much.

Overall, I give this a 5/5. If I could give it a million stars I would.

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Ratings
Goodreads Rating: 4.14
My Overall Rating: 5/5
Steam: 5/5
Romance: 5/5
Friendship: 5/5

Get More Info: visit Ella Maise’s website; connect with the author on Facebook; connect with the author on Instagram; find Marriage for One on Amazon.

Marriage for One is Ella Maise’s newest release, and it is a new adult contemporary. It released on May 9, 2019. It’s available to purchase now. As of 5/23/19 it is available on Kindle Unlimited.

About the Author: [1st person written by Ella Maise] I love nothing more than to escape real life to find those very few magical moments in a book. I love how it has the power of stealing your worries away, putting a smile on your face even when smiling is the last thing on your mind. Crushing on fictional characters is also another bonus. Through my words, if I can manage to make even one person smile, it means I’ve done my job well. Writing became my world and I can’t imagine myself doing anything other than creating new characters and telling their stories. You know how some things simply make your heart burst with happiness? A really good book, a puppy, hugging someone you’ve been missing like crazy? That’s what writing does to me. And all the hard work, all the sleepless nights, all the anxiety that comes with publishing…everything is worth it at the end.

This post is not sponsored. All opinions are my own. All links provided are for your convenience only – none are affiliate links.

 

Cover Reveal: RS Grey’s Coldhearted Boss

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Y’all. I was so excited when I opened my e-mail yesterday and saw the cover reveal for RS Grey’s summer release Coldhearted Boss. I was totally off about the color (I thought it was going to be grey!), but I love the blue and feel like it fits the title perfectly.

I also got to read the back jacket and I’m beyond excited. Y’all know how I love a good enemies-to-lovers trope, and it sounds like it’s going to be slow-burn. Plus, blue collar settings are always my favorite. I’m dying of impatience y’all. I can’t wait til release day on June 6.

Want to hear my favorite RS Grey books? I have a whole post on it here in my author highlight series!

Get More Info: visit R.S. Grey’s website; connect with the author on Instagram; connect with the author on Twitter

This post is not sponsored. All opinions are my own. All links provided are for your convenience only – none are affiliate links. The author was kind enough to provide me with the cover reveal before release day.

Review: Jeannine Colette’s A Really Bad Idea

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Happy publication day to Jeannine Colette and her new release A Really Bad Idea. I was fortunate enough to receive an ARC from the author, and I’m so lucky because I really loved this one y’all. I finished this one so quickly y’all! It was such a sweet and heartwarming read. This was my first by this author, and it definitely won’t be my last.

Synopsis
Meadow is ready to relax and celebrate her thirty-third birthday after making it through a year of heartbreak. Her mom has other ideas. Presented with a tough conversation with her mom and with a brochure on egg-fertilization, Meadow is forced to revisit her desires about becoming a mother. That’s where Christian, Meadow’s lifelong best friend and total hottie, steps in. He suggests both the easiest and most complicated idea – that they have a baby together.

Will I like this?
You might enjoy this book if…

  • You enjoy the friends-to-lovers trope
  • You love slow-burn romance
  • You appreciate books that have real, dynamic, and well-rounded characters

You might not enjoy this book if…

  • You do not enjoy the friends-to-lovers trope
  • You prefer full steam in your romances instead of any fade-to-black scenes
  • Trigger warning: deals with issues surrounding fertility; health issues surrounding the heart

Spoiler Free Review
So much to say here about A Really Bad Idea. First things first – I loved this book. I didn’t really know too much going in (other than it was friends-to-lovers and slow-burn…my favorites). I was hooked from the very first chapter.

Meadow, our main character and narrator, is so relatable. She was funny, intelligent, flawed, and genuine. She felt like someone I could be best friends with in real life. Even better – I felt the same way about all of the characters. The author has such a talent for character creation. Every character in this book felt so real. No one was just one thing nor did anyone feel flat. Everyone had flaws, strengths, and weaknesses. This was one of my favorite parts about the novel; it made it feel so refreshing.

As for the romance, it was so strong here y’all. I couldn’t help but root for Meadow and Christian from the very beginning. I loved the slow build-up between these two. I literately couldn’t keep myself from turning the pages fast enough so I could see if they finally fell for one another. Their romance is so strongly rooted in their friendship, and that’s what made it all the stronger for me.

I also thoroughly enjoyed the fertility story line. I am happy to read about fertility, because this is something that a lot of people (both men and women) deal with. Meadow and Christian’s journey with this was educational, and I loved the awareness this book brought to the topic. Meadow was badass in her thirties, and I loved that she never gave up on her dream of becoming a mother. Meadow is officially on my list of top heroine characters of all time.

I also wanted to cry at the author’s acknowledgements at the end. Hearing her journey with her mother’s health brought back so many fond memories of me and my grandma, who also had a similar health struggle. This author clearly has such a pure and genuine heart. Y’all gotta check her out.

This book made me laugh and smile. It also made my stomach drop and it brought all the nerves. Overall, I give this a 5/5. Thank you again to Jeannine Colette for providing me with an ARC and writing all the beautiful words.

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Ratings
Goodreads Rating: 4.67
My Overall Rating: 5/5
Steam: 2.5/5
Romance: 5/5
Friendship: 5/5

Get More Info: visit Jeannine Colette’s website; connect with the author on Facebook; connect with the author on Instagram; find A Really Bad Idea on Amazon.

A Really Bad Idea is Jeannine Colette’s newest release, and it is a new adult contemporary. It released on May 14, 2019. It’s available to purchase now.

About the Author: Jeannine Colette is the author of the Abandon Collection – a series of stand-alone novels featuring dynamic heroines who have to abandon their reality in order to discover themselves . . . and love along the way. Each book features a new couple, exciting new city and a rose of a different color. A graduate of Wagner College and the New York Film Academy, Jeannine went on to become a Segment Producer for television shows on CBS and NBC. She left the television industry to focus on her children and pursue a full-time writing career. She lives in New York with her husband, the three tiny people she adores more than life itself, and a rescue pup named Wrigley. Jeannine and her family are active supporters of The March of Dimes and Strivright The Auditory-Oral School of New York.

This post is not sponsored. All opinions are my own. All links provided are for your convenience only – none are affiliate links. The author was kind enough to provide me a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

Author Highlight: RS Grey

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I want to start a new series here on the blog where I can highlight my favorite authors. I can’t think of a better way to kick off “Author Highlights” than a whole post where I gush about one of my favorite romance authors, R.S. Grey.

R.S. Grey is a USA Today Bestselling author and the queen of romantic comedy. R.S. Grey has published an awesome selection of standalone romantic comedies and standalone comedies with overlapping characters. For help on the reading order, R.S. Grey has released a super helpful infographic. I have read eleven (!!!) R.S. Grey books, and I’ve made it my goal to finish her entire collection. R.S. Grey books are not new to the blog (I wrote a review for Make Me Bad and talked about R.S. Grey in my mashup romance genre post). But for now, I thought it would be fun with the upcoming Cold Hearted Boss release, for me to reflect back on my favorite R.S. Grey books.

Arrogant Devil
Truly I think it would be difficult for any R.S. Grey book to top my favorite – Arrogant Devil. This book has everything I love in romance. It’s slow burn (y’all know I’m a slow burn queen), the setting is small town/ranch, the hero character is an arrogant jerk with a sweet/tender side, and the heroine character is badass/independent. Yes please!!

This book is classic R.S. Grey in its humor and lightness. I always laugh to myself while reading her books and Arrogant Devil is no exception. However, this one has such depth y’all, and it made me emotional. Learning about Meredith, the main heroine’s, backstory and then seeing her growth…y’all! I was her biggest cheerleader and in the end it was her that inspired me. I hope to write a full review on this one day, but for now – trust me when I say it’s a full 5/5 from me, and its the R.S. Grey book I recommend the most.

Make Me Bad
I have a full review on Make Me Bad because I was so graciously given an ARC in exchange for an honest review by R.S. Grey herself. (Yes, I did indeed fangirl a little. It’s fine. I’m fine.) I don’t want to go on too long here since I’ve already written an entire review, so I’ll keep it brief.

Make Me Bad is another one of my top favorites. I love the main characters, and I really related to the heroine, Madison’s, character. Plus who doesn’t love a bit of forbidden romance/falling for the town bad boy? This one was a 5/5 from me, and it is another R.S. Grey book that I recommend the most.

Hotshot Doc
Hotshoc Doc is another R.S. Grey book that I recommend to everyone! This book has one of my favorite tropes: boss/assistant mixed with a slow-burn romance. Mhm, sign me up! I loved reading Bailey’s story. I loved how strong and determined she was despite the hardships she’d faced in life nor did she crumble under the intense responsibility she had to carry. The emotions and depth wrapped up into Bailey’s backstory had me lining up to be her number one supporter.

Plus, I loved Matt as a hero. He was an arrogant jerk, but he was also so caring, understanding, and empathetic towards others. He made my heart swoon. His relationship with Bailey and her sister will forever be one of my favorites. This one was a 5/5 from me.

The Foxe and the Hound
Oh The Foxe and the Hound…this book will always have a special place in my book-heart, because it was the first R.S. Grey book that I ever read. In my opinion, Madeline is one of the funniest narrators in the romcom genre that I have read. I loved how Madeline was still finding her way through life in her late twenties, and that she allowed herself to feel overwhelmed at times. She was such a relatable character that I was immediately invested in her story. Plus the first time she meets the hero character, Adam, I was dying of laughter. It’s a meet cute…sorta.

However, The Foxe and the Hound finds itself at the top of my list for its emotional depth and slow-burn angst. I loved the slow build up between the two characters. There was so much angst. I was literately flying through the pages! Not to mention, I’m a total sucker for emotional depth in romance. I feel like I need it in order to really connect and champion the romance. I totally felt that here. Especially towards the end of the book in the storm. I loved the entire thing. This one (no surprise) also gets a 5/5 from me. I hope to post a full review one day.

Ok y’all that’s all I’ve got for my first “Author Highlight.” If y’all like this, I would love to do more. In the meantime, check out some of R.S. Grey’s books or get ready for her new summer release, Cold Hearted Boss.

Get More Info: visit R.S. Grey’s website; connect with the author on Instagram; connect with the author on Twitter; find Arrogant Devil on Amazon/Kindle Unlimited; find Make Me Bad on Amazon/Kindle Unlimited; find Hotshot Doc on Amazon/Kindle Unlimited; find the Foxe and the Hound on Amazon/Kindle Unlimited.

This post is not sponsored. All opinions are my own. All links provided are for your convenience only – none are affiliate links. The author was kind enough to provide me a copy of Make Me Bad in exchange for my honest review. The rest of the books mentioned were purchased by me.