There’s just something about military romances that draw me in like a moth to a flame. And of all the military romances I’ve read, Rebecca Yarros’ Flight and Glory Series ranks high up there on my list as some of the most moving books I’ve read in this particular sub-genre. I’ve read both Full Measures and Eyes Turned Skyward but Beyond What is Given, which tells Sam and Grayson’s story, takes the cake!
Lt. Grayson Masters is focused on graduating the Apache helicopter course, and the last thing he needs is his gorgeous new roommate Samantha Fitzgerald distracting him. While her smart mouth and free spirit are irresistibly irritating, he can’t deny their off-the-charts chemistry, no matter how hard he tries.
*A big thanks to the author for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review*
*Guia has entered the world of Yondareth*
From the very beginning of Adam and Mia’s journey, this series has been a book after my own geeky heart. AT ANY MOMENT brings the story to a conclusion in ways that you would not have expected it. It’s definitely not how envisioned how the series would play out but it does not make the story any less addicting.
Rating: 5 out of 5 Draco the dragon stars (see what I did there? *wink wink*)
It’s Dangerous to Go Alone!
*ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review*
I’ve been a die-hard fan of Rachel van Dyken ever since RUIN. It’s one of the very first NA novels I’ve read so it’s no wonder that this series is very close to my heart. RvD captured my heart with RUIN, gripped me tighter with TOXIC, and still kept pulling me under with FEARLESS.
I was afraid to read SHAME because Lisa isn’t really one of my favorite characters in the first two-and-a-half books. I guess, in my mind, the books preceding SHAME set the bars so high that I didn’t know how RvD would top them.
I’m not disappointed with how SHAME turned out but I’m not totally pleased either. I’m still on the fence whether I want to love it or not so let’s just give it…
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Everything done in darkness, will eventually be brought into the light.
A short, sweet read that packs one hell of a gut-wrenching punch! Where are a hundred stars when you need ‘em?
Time and time again, I’ve always said how much I love books about characters with disabilities. And no, I don’t mean that sadistically. As an occupational therapist by profession (well, soon anyway – graduating this June!), these stories already have a place reserved in my bookish heart.
Rating: More than 5 out of 5 stars
When it comes to love there’s no such thing as conventional.
* ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review *
** Spoilers for Book 1 and 2 ahead**
I love novellas. Want to know what I love MORE than novellas? A CRANBERRY INN novella, that’s what! Room for Just a Little Bit More (RFJALBM) is a very worthwhile addition to this addicting series from Beth Ehemann. If you’ve read the first two books (Room for You and Room for More) then you’ll definitely enjoy reading what happens next to Kacie, Brody, and the Twinkies.
Rating: 5 out of 5 twinkie stars!
Five years ago, my dreams were shattered in an instant.
I admit that I fall in love with books easily. I’ve been reading all these amazing stories lately and it seems like I keep doling out 5 stars like it’s nobody’s business. But it’s not every day that I come across a book that well and truly captures my heart and my mind that 5 measly stars isn’t enough to express how much I loved it.
I just found another one of those 5+++ kind of books in Katy Regnery’s The Vixen and the Vet.
Rating: (Right, you guessed it) Above and beyond 5 out of 5 stars!
Burned by an unreliable source, Savannah Carmichael, returns to her hometown of Danvers, Virginia with her once-promising journalism career in ruins. Given the opportunity to get her skin back in the game by writing a patriotic human interest piece, Savannah turns her attention to the town hermit, Asher Lee, a wounded veteran who returned to Danvers eight years ago, and hasn’t been seen since.
Who am I?
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