Genre: Contemporary

Average Rating: 4.1


These Vengeful Hearts by Katherine Laurin Review – Harlequin Inkyard Press Fall Reads Tour 2020

  The cover of These Vengeful Hearts drew me in at first, and the blurb held promise of a dangerous secret society that ran a high school with an iron fist, handing out favors but only to those who give something up of themselves at a later date or pay the price later. Sixteen-year-old Ember […]

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Say You’ll Remember Me by Katie McGarry – #TLCBookTours Review

  I’ve loved Katie McGarry’s writing from the very beginning. After reading an advanced reader’s copy of Pushing the Limits way back in 2012 (You can check out the Bookworms’ review of that first book here.), I was sucked in by Katie’s writing and devoured the book in one day. Her books are so full […]

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Contemporary and Creepy Thrill Ride – Alive by Chandler Baker

  I’ve always been interested in the stories about organ transplant patients who suddenly start displaying behaviors or preferences that they didn’t have before the surgery, and these are sometimes found to be the same as those of the organ donors. A fantastic podcast that I listen to weekly, Mysterious Universe, has covered the topic […]

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Made For You by Melissa Marr – Blog Tour

Reader!  Oh, reader!  Oh dearest-of-dear readers!!  As an unrepentant lover of all things Melissa Marr, it is with SOOOOO MUCH excitement that I share with you today her latest YA book!!  I’m so very honored to be participating in TLC book tours’s tour for Made For You by Melissa Marr. This book embodies what makes Ms. Marr’s writing […]

Posted 19 September, 2014 by Pushy in Blog, Blog Tour, Book Review, Pushy / 25 Comments
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A One-Two Punch to the Heart – Take Me On by Katie McGarry

My Thoughts: The Pushing the Limits series has been the only contemporary young adult series that I’ve looked forward to every new release, starting with the first book that Danny, Pushy, and I got at BEA back in 2012 when we met Katie McGarry. With realistic characters in heartbreaking situations, I’ve been able to relate […]

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