Fifty Shades of Grey by E. L James

Receiving as much hype as the Twilight Saga, and the Harry Potter series, everyone has, at the very least, heard of Fifty Shades of Grey. The so-called 'Mommy Porn' trilogy. E. L James thrusts us into the shoes of Anastasia Steele and her adventure into BDSM with Christian Grey. I refused to read this book, simply... Continue Reading →

ttyl by Lauren Myracle

I planned on starting this post with an awful pun including the author's last name, but I changed my mind. Despite the miracle that Myracle made, it is a high interesting read; there is no actual character description, no actual settings, however, we follow character development via text messages. This is something I haven't seen... Continue Reading →

Control by Kayla Perrin

When you marry an older, rich gentleman, you can imagine people whispering about you only wanting money. But what if it's true love? What is this gentleman swept you off of your feet, and seduced your mind; a welcome change to guys your own age trying to get into your pants? What if you didn't... Continue Reading →

Ice by Lyn Gardner

It always interesting to me when authors take two people that despise each other, and make a romance bloom. As an aspiring author, I can only work towards doing it as masterfully as Lyn Gardener did in Ice. Follow the steps of Detective Inspectors Maggie Campbell and Alexandra Blake as they are forced to endure... Continue Reading →


"You're like my own personal brand of heroine." Cast: Kristen Stewart (Isabella "Bella" Swan), Robert Pattinson (Edward Cullen), Peter Facinelli (Carlisle Cullen), Elizabeth Reaser (Esme Cullen), Ashley Greene (Alice Cullen), Kellan Lutz (Emmett Cullen), Nikki Reed (Rosalie Hale), Jackson Rathbone (Jasper Hale), Billy Burke (Charlie Swan), Cam Gigandet (James Witherdale), Rachelle Lefevre (Victoria Sutherland), Edi... Continue Reading →

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