Monday, February 13, 2017

The Boy Is Back by Meg Cabot

I recently red The Boy Is Back by Meg Cabot. This story follows former couple Becky Flowers and Reed Stewart. Becky and Reed grew up together. Following an unusual split, Becky remains in the town she grows up in. She works hard to grow a business. Soon her business world collides with her past. This is the first book in the "Boy Series" in several years. The story is written as if the characters were emailing or texting. This format allows for easy and fast reading. I always enjoy Ms. Cabots writing style. The Boy Series books are always a pleasure to read. I hope that she continues to write more in this style. This story was fantastic. The characters are very well developed too. I hope that all will enjoy as much as I did. I'm looking forward to reading her future works. ~I received a free ebook to review. I was not comepensated in anyway for my honest opinions~

Sunday, October 9, 2016

The Pursuit by Janet Evanovich & Lee Goldberg


I recently read The Pursuit by Janet Evanovich and Lee Goldberg. This is the fifth book in the Fox O'Hare series. This story follows Agent O'Hare as she searches for kidnapped conman, friend and boyfriend Nick Fox. She travels to various countries during the search. Soon the meet a terrorist whose goal it is to unleash danger in public places. They team up with a wild group to help stop the terrorist.

This story contained a bit of all genres, comedy, mystery, crime, drama, and romance. Although I enjoyed the story it was not as good as the first free books. I felt like something was missing, but I could not figure out what.  I am still looking forward to reading book six.


~I received a free ebook to review. I was not comepensated in anyway for my honest opinions~

Friday, August 26, 2016

The Singles Game by Lauren Weisberger

I recently read The Singles Game by Lauren Weisberger. This story follows tennis star Charlotte “Charlie” Silver though tournaments, life and obstacles. Hoping things will change for the better she decides to change coaches. Soon her lie is filled upside down.

This story was good. I have to admit that I was hesitant at first because I do not know anything about tennis, luckily that didn't matter much. Ms. Weisberger explained the tennis terms so they were easy to understand. This story was not as good as her previous stories, but still an enjoyable summer read. It almost felt like something was missing from the story, although I did find it slightly predictable. Maybe Ms. Weisberger's next book will be better. I am still looking forward to reading her future works. 

Please read The Singles Game and tell us what you think.

~I received a free ebook to review. I was not compensated in anyway for my honest review.~