Reading Challenge: 2016 Finishing the Series Reading Challenge

Book Review: The Winner’s Kiss (The Winner’s Trilogy) by Marie Rutkoski

Book Review: The Winner’s Kiss (The Winner’s Trilogy) by Marie Rutkoski

“But it wasn’t simply withdrawal, either, that racked her limbs. It was grief. It was the horror of someone who’d been dealt a winning hand had bet her life on the game, and then proceeded (deliberately?) to lose.” I’ve never made a secret of the fact that I’ve found the romance between Arin and Kestrel […]

Book Review: Scandal (The Complete Series) by Alison Foster

Book Review: Scandal (The Complete Series) by Alison Foster

I reviewed part one of this book last October, and gave it three stars for it’s fun and twisty mystery. However, I didn’t like the last two parts as much as the first. For one, the story became very predictable, and had me giving side-eye to my Kindle. Ella seemed like a sweet, if naive, […]

Book Review: Half Lost (Half Bad Trilogy) by Sally Green

Book Review: Half Lost (Half Bad Trilogy) by Sally Green

After waiting for what seemed like forever, Sally Green’s conclusion to her popular Half Bad trilogy was released in stores. Of course I ran straight after work to pick up my copy, and was lucky enough to get one fresh off the Barnes & Noble shipment cart. With fevered hands I turned the pages once I got […]

Book Review: Released (The Eternal Balance) by Jus Accardo

Book Review: Released (The Eternal Balance) by Jus Accardo

He’ll move Heaven and Hell to keep her safe… Released is the conclusion to Jus Accardo’s Eternal Balance trilogy. The story picks up on the heels of the second book, with Jax’s body taken completely over by his demon, Azirak. With the help of Jax’s girlfriend Samantha, Jax must finish the job he and Sam started to ensure […]

Book Review: Lies (A Gone Novel) by Michael Grant

Book Review: Lies (A Gone Novel) by Michael Grant

The kids in Michael Grant’s Gone series have been stranded inside the FAYZ for seven months, and the longer they go without adult supervision, the more off the rails things go. They’re almost out of food, the dead walk the earth, and Zil and his cronies are bringing their race war between the “normals” and the “freaks” to […]

Book Review: Hawke (A Cold Fury Hockey Novel) by Sawyer Bennett

Book Review: Hawke (A Cold Fury Hockey Novel) by Sawyer Bennett

If you’ve been following my reviews, you probably noticed that Sawyer Bennett’s Cold Fury Hockey series is one of my favorite romance series. Hawke, the latest book in the series follows defenseman Hawke Therrien as he gets a second chance at love with his childhood sweetheart, Vale Campbell. These two have a wild past that had them spiraling out […]

Book Review: Hunger (A Gone Novel) by Michael Grant

Book Review: Hunger (A Gone Novel) by Michael Grant

“Superpowers, don’t always make you a superhero.” Hunger, the second novel in Michael Grant’s Gone series takes the series to a horrifying turn. It’s been three months since the events in the first novel. The food has nearly run out. Everyone is starving, but still looking to Sam to save the day. When the pressure becomes too much, […]

Book Review: Morning Star (Red Rising Trilogy) by Pierce Brown

Book Review: Morning Star (Red Rising Trilogy) by Pierce Brown

Even though I’ve wanted to read Pierce Brown’s epic Red Rising series since its release, I never picked it up until this past November. How I managed to wait so long, I have no clue, but I’m glad I finally got the opportunity to read it. It’s a wonderful story of an enslaved people rising up to […]

Book Review: Wrecked (Axle Alley Vipers) by Sherilee Gray

Book Review: Wrecked (Axle Alley Vipers) by Sherilee Gray

I first came across this series last year when I got a copy of Revved, the second book in Sherilee Gray’s Axle Alley Vipers series, which centers around three girls who own and run their own automotive restoration company. In the third and final book, Wrecked, we finally get the story of the youngest West sibling, Piper, and the man of […]

Book Review: Blue Lily, Lily Blue (The Raven Cycle) by Maggie Stiefvater

Book Review: Blue Lily, Lily Blue (The Raven Cycle) by Maggie Stiefvater

Blue Lily, Lily Blue is the third book in Maggie Stiefvater’s The Raven Cycle. It picks up a few months after Blue’s mother disappeared, and finds the teens on the haunt for Maura. Not only that, but more and more people have come to town in search of the Ley lines and the Greywaren. Now, not only does […]