Category: Heather Book Review


Blog Tour Review and Giveaway – The Frenchman by Lesley Young

I am so thrilled to be a part of Lesley Young’s Kismet blog tour for her first book in the Crime Royalty Romance series, The Frenchman. Look for the Rafflecopter widget below my review to enter to win some fantastic prizes. Fleur LaSalle Smithers was adopted as a newborn, and after being raised in Texas, her […]

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Blog Tour Review, Excerpt, and Giveaway – DEFCON Darcy by A.J. Lape

When I discovered the Darcy Walker series over last Christmas, I burned through the three available books one right after the other, eager to delve deeper into the fun and often dangerous world of young ADHD sleuth Darcy and her group of boys that do her dirty work. I reviewed books one through three in one […]

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The Girls of Mischief Bay by Susan Mallery Review Blog Tour

Purchase Links Amazon / Barnes and Noble / iBooks / Indiebound / Kobo / Target / Add to Goodreads The Girls of Mischief Bay is my first foray into Susan Mallery’s works, and I was not disappointed by this emotional, vibrant contemporary story about three friends of different ages and stages in their lives. I posted […]

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Blog Tour Review and Giveaway – Finding Mr. Brightside by Jay Clark

Happy Monday, it’s Heather and Danny here for an exciting new MacTeenBooks Blog Tour for Jay Clark’s new book, Finding Mr. Brightside. Two teens struggling after they both unexpectedly lost a parent… Abram and Juliette live on the same street, dealing with some hard issues after they both lost one of their parents in the same […]

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The Darkest Part of the Forest by Holly Black

Hello, dear readers!!!  It’s Heather and Pushy here today to share our love of Holly Black and the awesomeness that is The Darkest Part of the Forest!  So hang tight, grab your coffee or tea or wine (what?  it’s happy hour somewhere!) and let the fun begin! Magic All Around Pushy:  Right off the bat I […]

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Review and Giveaway – The Mirror of Souls by R.J. Duperre

Jacqueline Talbot hasn’t led an easy life since she was orphaned at a young age, shuffling from foster home to home ever since. She’s been seen as a bit troubled since her father received the death penalty for murdering several people after her mother passed away. But just when the last foster home seemed like […]

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