Posts Categorized: Contemporary

Cover reveal: A Risk Worth Taking by Heather Hildebrand

Cover reveal: A Risk Worth Taking by Heather Hildebrand

Today is the cover reveal for A Risk Worth Taking by Heather Hildenbrand! Let me show you the cover first:  I do like the cover, especially the colours. I love the contrast between the reddish background and the blue lettering. I also like the train track, but not sure what to think about the model. I do like the fact that you can’t see her face. So overal I like this cover. Blurb: When 22-year-old Summer Stafford’s parents split halfway through her senior year at college, Summer’s world is rocked. Everything she thought she knew—heck, everything she thought she wanted… Read more »

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Review: Anywhere by J Meyers

Review: Anywhere by J Meyers

Anywhere  by J Meyers Blurb: Skye Whitcomb is running from her troubles, and where better to run than Europe? Fresh out of college, she makes quick plans with her best friend Paige and hops on a plane. Of course, nothing ever goes as planned—at least not for her. First, Paige has to bail, and Skye’s left to travel alone. Then she meets sweet and sexy Asher Benedict in Paris, and sparks fly after a night together on the train to Rome. He’s all kinds of perfect for her, but the timing couldn’t be worse since she was running from the… Read more »

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Book Blitz: Sia by Josh Grayson

Book Blitz: Sia by Josh Grayson

I am so excited to be part of the book blitz for Sia by Josh Grayson. I got a copy of Sia for review some time ago and I really enjoyed it, my review will be up on my blog 5 November! Today I am going to share some information about the book with you and there will be an excerpt for the book. And the best part? There is a giveaway for one e-copy of Sia! Siaby Josh Grayson Blurb: When seventeen-year-old Sia wakes up on a park bench, she has no idea who or where she is. Yet… Read more »

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Blog Tour: Jenny’s Blue Velvet by Angela Carlie

Blog Tour: Jenny’s Blue Velvet by Angela Carlie

Today is my stop during the blog tour for Jenny’s Blue Velvet by Angela Carlie. You can check out the whole tour schedule here. I will share with you some information about the book, an excerpt and there is a giveaway to win 1 e-copy of this book. Jenny’s Blue Velvet by Angela CarliePublication date: August 22nd 2013Genre: Adult Romantic Thriller Blurb:Jenny’s stuck. She’s tried just about every occupation she can think of and will be digging out of student debt for a very long time, but has nothing to show for it. Her everyday routine feels like a prison. And… Read more »

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Cover Reveal: Panic (Rook and Ronin #3) by JA Huss

Cover Reveal: Panic (Rook and Ronin #3) by JA Huss

Those of you who follow this blog for a while now, already know that I love the Rook and Ronin series by JA Huss. And today is the cover reveal for Panic, I can’t wait to read this book. Here is the cover:  I like this cover, I like the colours, the pale blue and the black and white background. And here is how they look together: If I see them like this, the similarities between Manic and Panic are there and Tragic seems the odd one in this line. Although I have to say I still love the cover… Read more »

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Cover Reveal: The Road to You by Marilyn Brant

Cover Reveal: The Road to You by Marilyn Brant

Today I am showing you the cover for The Road to You by Marilyn Brant. Here is the cover: I mostly like this cover. I like the background and the road trip feel this cover gives. I am not a fan of the kissing couple on the front page, but I like it in combination with the title, as it’s obvious a romance and there is a real road in the background and the title also contains road. The Road to You by Marilyn Brant Publication date: October 3rd 2013 Genres: Mystery, New Adult, Romance Blurb:Sometimes the only road to the… Read more »

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Cover Reveal: Finding Home by Lauren McKellar

Cover Reveal: Finding Home by Lauren McKellar

 Today is the cover reveal for Finding Home by Lauren McKellar. Let me show you the cover:  I really like this cover, the design is simple and we see the model from the side instead of the front (for some reason I prefer that on covers usually). I also like how the cover model is sharp, while the background is a bit blurry and I like the font used for the title and author name. Finding Homeby Lauren McKellar Blurb: Moody, atmospheric, and just a little bit punk, Finding Home takes contemporary YA to a new level of grit… When… Read more »

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