Thursday, April 20, 2017

Blog Tour/ Excerpt Reveal: The Hot Shot (Game On #4) By: Kristen Callihan


I'm so excited to get to share my review and a super fun excerpt of THE HOT SHOT with ya'll today.
I absolutely adore Kristen's GAME ON series, and Chess and Finn's story was a super fun romantic read.


I want to give a huge thanks to InkSlinger for sending out this pretty for review too. Ya'll are the stinking best 😉




First we were friends. Then we were roommates. Now I want more…

What can I say about Chess Copper? The woman is capable of bringing me to my knees. I know this about five minutes after getting naked for her.

No one is more surprised than me. The prickly photographer my team hired to shoot our annual charity calendar isn’t my usual type. She’s defense to my offense, a challenge at every turn. But when I’m with her, all the regrets and darkness goes away. She makes life fun.

I want to know Chess, be close to her. Which is a bad idea.

Chess is looking for a relationship. I’ve never given a woman more than one night. But when fate leaves Chess without a home, I step up and offer her mine. We’re roommates now. Friends without benefits. But it’s getting harder to keep our hands off each other. And the longer we live together the more I realize she’s becoming my everything.

Trick is… Now that I’ve made her believe I’m a bad bet, how do I convince her to give this player a true shot at forever?






KOBO 







Kristen Callihan is an author because there is nothing else she’d rather be. She is a three-time RITA nominee and winner of two RT Reviewer’s Choice awards. Her novels have garnered starred reviews from Publisher’s Weekly and the Library Journal, as well as being awarded top picks by many reviewers. Her debut book FIRELIGHT received RT Magazine’s Seal of Excellence, was named a best book of the year by Library Journal , best book of Spring 2012 by Publisher’s Weekly, and was named the best romance book of 2012 by ALA RUSA. When she is not writing, she is reading.

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I was so excited to get my hands on this book. while it wasn't the next one is was expecting in the series, it sounded just as good and I really was happy to get an early copy to review.

The characters sounded cute, and hey I get to see more Dex in this one.... happy reader right there hehe.

And while I have to admit. This one wasn't my favorite of the series (sorry no one will beat out my man Dex and even Gray holds a tight push for my top one haha)
I did like Finn and Chess's story too.

The two characters for the most part were pretty fun and easy going. and I loved the easy witty banter between them.

I found myself snorting a few times at some of the dialog. And even enjoyed the the little retro feel this book had at times.

Plus it actually had some football being played in it. Which was a plus for me. I see so many sports romances lately where there actually isn't even hardly any sports being played. And as a sports lover, I want to see at least glimpses of it.

Chess was a fun character. she's a little outside the norm and I liked that about her. She's smart and funny and a whole lot sarcastic, and that played right into my love for characters that can do that.
I will admit she probably isn't one of my all time favorite female characters. But ya'll know how I feel about them, and if I'm saying good things that means she's pretty good. Plus there is just something about her and the way she interacts with everyone that made me smile. I could easily see myself being friends with a real person like her.

And then there's Finn and her. They really do make an adorable little friendship. I'm a sucker for a good old guy girl friendship. And thought it was totally adorable him and Chess together. They dish it out just as well as the other takes it. And the 2 honestly are hilarious to read the dialog between. It's flirty and a tad ribbing. But fun and so so cute.

And Finn is just to adorable and sexy. And a total goofball. That man had me laughing so hard. But we also get this vulnerable unsure side too. And I loved seeing the contrast of two when reading about this big old muscular football player on the field. And silly joker off it. He made the story easy and fun. And while I wanted to smack him in the head with his own football a couple times, I loved the big guy.

Plus I loved James. He's one of those background characters I kept wanting to see little glimpses of. Because he's so funny. And a little out there at times. He would be the ultimate friend to have. And I loved how easy going and silly he was, down to his crazy clothing choices.

There were a few things that didn't jive with me on this book. But nothing too big to write home too. I still enjoyed the book a lot. And thought it had a great story line. Plus it was fast paced and read like the super cute romance I hoped it would (how many times have I used the word cute now? hehe)

And don't think I won't be ready for the next book in the series. I'm just as excited to get my hands on whatever Kristen has planned for us as I was for this one.

I give THE HOT SHOT ⭐⭐⭐⭐4 STARS⭐⭐⭐⭐




CHESS

Grumbling, I toss on some black lounge pants and my oversized Tulane t-shirt and head to the drugstore. 
My head throbs by the time I get there, and my insides are writhing. I rest my hand against my lower stomach and grab a basket before calling James to complain. 
“I swear,” I tell him as I grab a bottle of painkillers. “It’s like this entire day has been cursed.” 
He snickers. “Curse. Get it? Curse?” 
I roll my eyes, even though he can’t see me. “Laugh it up. Meanwhile, it feels as if someone is playing Battleship in my uterus.” 
“Poor Chessie bear. At least we know why you were in such a foul mood.” 
A flush washes over my cheeks. “Yeah.” Lie. Lie. Lie. A tub of salted caramel gelato makes its way into the basket. 
“Tell me you’re getting some gelato,” James says. 
I smile. “Just grabbed it.” 
“Salted caramel?” 
“You know it.” 
I find the feminine products aisle and search for my brand. “I’m going to go home, take a long bath with my gelato, and forget this fucking day.” Forget Finn. “And then I’m going to go on Amazon and buying a freaking year’s supply of tampons so I don’t have to make these kinds of emergency runs anymore.” 
A low, deep chuckle rumbles from behind me, and all the tiny hairs lift on my arms. 
“But you’ll still need your gelato,” a familiar—fuck me, seriously?—voice points out. 
My insides swoop even as my cheeks burn. 
“Who is that?” James asks in my ear. 
I slowly turn on one heel. “The plague,” I say, glaring up at Finn Mannus’s smiling face. 
“From asshat to plague.” Finn scrunches up his brow. “I’m not sure if that’s a step down or a tie.” 
“Who is that?” James nearly yells now. 
I don’t take my eyes off Finn. “I’ll call you back.” 
James’s squawks of protest cut off as I hit the end button. 
“Are you stalking me, Mannus?” 
Finn a rests his hands low on his lean hips. “Having a healthy amount of conceit myself, I have to admire yours, but no, buttercup. My buddy Woodson lives a few blocks away. It’s poker night. I’m stocking up on beer.”
It’s only then I notice a twelve pack tucked under his other arm. 
“And tampons?” I ask, with a pointed look around the aisle we’re standing in. 
 “Not tonight,” he says easily. “Though we used to keep a pack of them back in college. Light flows were perfect for stopping up bloody noses.” 
A snort escapes me. “Now there’s a visual.” Somehow, I’ve taken a step closer to him. He’s freshly showered, the golden brown strands of his hair still damp at his temples. And I wonder if he’s just come from the gym or practice. “So back in college you went and bought these tampons?” 
“Nah,” he says with a cheeky smile. “I’d ask one of the girls hanging around to get me some.” 
“Of course you did.” My nose wrinkles with annoyance. 
“Give me a little credit, Chess. I’d buy them now if I had to.” 
“Hmm…” I eye him, trying not to return his smile. If only because it’s more fun when he teases. “So why are you in this aisle now, if not for potential nosebleed needs?”
“That’s easy.” He steps closer, a warm wall of muscle and clean scent. “I heard your voice.” 
For a second I just blink. “You recognized my voice?” 
His gaze darts over my face as if he’s trying to get a read on why I’m gaping at him. “Not to be…ah…rude, but you’re loud when you talk on the phone.” 
“Yeah, but… You recognized it.” We’d only just met. It occurs to me that I’d recognized his both times he’d snuck up on me. Then again, his voice is distinctive, flowing like hot honey when he’s relaxed or hammering down like iron to rock when he’s taking command of a situation. 
A soft flush of pink tints the tips of his ears. If I wasn’t staring at him, I might have missed it. He shifts his weight. “Was I not supposed to?”
“No. Yes.” I shake my head and laugh. “I don’t know.” 
He grins then. “You’re cute when you’re flustered.”
“I’m not flustered.” I am. 

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Easy magic (Boudreaux #5) By: Kristen Proby


I'm so excited to get to share my review of EASY MAGIC with you today.
This book was absolutely amazing, and I can't tell you how much I loved not only it, but the whole Boudreaux series in general.
It's just one of those series that pulls you in and leaves a mark, and will stick with you, very similarly to the way Kristen's With Me in Seattle series did.

And I can't thank Kristen enough for bringing early copies of EM with her to Apollycon. Not only was it absolutely amazing to get to finally meet her (and get my bookish fangirl on)
But she literally put up with my awkward crazy unorganized self, and I mean that says so much haha
Plus I got to give her one of the bookish key chains I make, so that was pretty cool 😉







The Boudreaux Series. Sexy. Intriguing. Easy.

Family. Responsibility. Stability.

As the co-CEO of Bayou Enterprises, and the eldest of the Boudreaux clan, Beau is the epitome of these. Now that his baby sister Gabby is happily settled down, Beau has moved into the company loft in the heart of the French Quarter to be closer to his office while his own home is built. He doesn’t have time for anything but the family he adores and the company that drives him.

If only the bewitching owner of the herb shop downstairs from Beau’s loft wasn’t so damn tempting.

Mallory Adams is living the life. The good life. The best life for her. After years of hiding who she is, and the gifts she’s been cursed with, Mallory opened her little shop in the French Quarter, offering herbs and lotions for anything from soothing a sunburn to chasing those pesky ghosts New Orleans is known for out of a client’s home. Some call her eccentric, and some say she’s simply odd, and that’s okay with her. She is a bit odd, but in her experience, all of the best people are.

When an old pipe bursts in the loft above her store, flooding her storeroom, Mallory comes face to face with Beau Boudreaux, and she doesn’t need the clairvoyant abilities that have been passed down through generations to know that she’ll never be the same. Beau is her exact opposite; serious, straitlaced. He wears suits for Pete’s sake and probably wouldn’t know the difference between arnica and flaxseed if his life depended on it. But when he touches her, the electricity is through the roof and she’s smart enough to know that a chemistry like theirs doesn’t happen every day.

Can two people so very different possibly find their way to happily ever after?




Awww I adored this book so so much.

I was so hoping the next in the series was going to be Van's book. And was sort of disappointed when it was announced it was Beau's instead.... But ya'll... After starting this one, I couldn't have asked for a better book. and I think it went in the exact order it should have.


Because let me just tell you... This book was absolute perfection.

It was so sweet, and so romantic.
And I loved that little bit of paranormal that Kristen threw into this one.
This series has always sort of had a spiritual fell in the sense that all the Boudreaux kids have this special connection to their late father.

But this book pushes even that with Mallory's abilities.

But the way Kristen tackled them, and not only Beau's, but the whole Boudreaux clan’s reaction to them was what I loved.


She’s created such a kind caring set of characters with that family. And I love watching as their dynamic changes and molds to the new additions of each of the siblings new relationships.

But let's get right into this. Mallory and Beau themselves were the stars of this book, and I just loved the story Kristen wove with the 2 of them.

We get to see this whole new side to the before, somewhat mysterious workaholic Beau.
And of course we only got the smallest glimpses of Mallory in the past books so really dicing into her story I loved. She's such a complex character.

And the more we get to read and know her, the more I loved her, and her small little family of Mrs. Sophia and Lena.
They gave this very unique and interesting story. And I loved the love between the two them. How they helped and worked with each other.


But I also loved how Beau just accepted tings so easily. He's so not the type of character I thought he would be. And I loved that I was so surprised by him.

He is such a kind caring man, but yet seems to have the weight of the world on his shoulders. And seeing him really slip from that role and into a man that just wanted love and affection and someone to truly are his life with made me just a big ol' pile of goo.

It's the way he is with Mallory and her gifts will make you swoon. I won't go into details so I don't spoil things, but ya'll!!
That Beau, is a real keeper.

 

This book was so fast paced though. I found myself sort of shocked as I neared the end, we didn't have that massive conflict that normally signals... Oh looks like things are gonna wrap up soon. But more just eased into the conflict and blew through it.
It was sort of refreshing seeing such a breezy way of going about the story line in this book, and I'm happy Kristen can write such different stories but yet still hold that thing that I love so much about her books.



Kristen constantly surprises me, and I can't tell you how much I loved this book. And I can't wait for it to be out and in everyone's hands.

Thanks so much Kristen for the early copy from Apollycon. I can't tell you how much I loved getting this awesome story just a little early.


No brainier on this one
I give EASY MAGIC
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐5 STARS⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐


Monday, March 20, 2017

The Struggle (A Titan Novel #3) By: Jennifer L. Armentrout


AHHHH SETHIE!!!!!!!!

I can't even stand it, I was so excited to get my hands back on that boy (ohh that sounds bad *shrugs)
I cannot thank Jen and her team for getting this puppy sent out tome for early review. Ya'll are the freaking best.

Also guys... If you haven't had the chance to meet Jen, she really is amazing. Somehow I always wind up going to a signing she's a part of every 6 months or so it seems like haha.
I met her back the first time during the 2014 Bookbash and was so awestruck...


And over the past few years it's been really fun to get the chance to see her so much (And not act like such a fangirl dweeb when I do.)
And last year I was so lucky. I went to the Savannah Apollycon and not only got to meet Jen again... But also Drew. And I have to say he is by far one of the most fun people I've met. Him and Pepe both actually.
he played right into Seth's character  and was so sweet to all the fans. Both guys and Jen were. They went above and beyond to meet everyone and there were so many pictures they took and books that got signed. I can't say enough good things about any of the three of them.










A bloody path has been chosen… 

The war against the Titans continues, and they remain determined to wreak havoc on the world, but Seth has become something all gods fear. Now the most dangerous, most absolute power no longer resides in those who have been freed from their tombs. 

The Great War fought by the few is coming… 

All may doubt and fear what Seth has become. All except the one woman who might be his final chance at redemption. Josie will do anything to prove that Seth is on their side, but fate has a nasty way of changing lives, of changing people. 

In the end, the sun will fall… 

The only way they can save the future and save themselves is by facing the unknown together. It will take more than trust and faith. It will take love and the kind of strength not easily broken. No matter what, their lives will never be the same. 

For what the gods have feared has come to pass. The end of the old is here and the beginning of the new has been ushered in…


Guys! Guys! I'm kinda not only so excited about this book because it was so good. But I'm also kinda excited because this is the quickest I've read a book in months. And maybe that means I really am back??? Thank the universe for JLA and her amazing books. If anyone could pull me from a slump it's her (Usually it's just by me rereading some Daemon hehe)

I loved Till Death. but this book drew me in and held my attention like no book has been able to in a really long time.

And lets face it. I absolutely loved getting more of Sethie!!! (And that's probably why haha)

This series has just been non stop fun and action from the start, and I can't even explain how much I enjoyed reading more of the whole Covenant gang all growed up hehe.

Seth is just an absolutely fun character. A huge dick most of the time but fun none the less. He's such a smart butt and sassy as heck. but he's just one of those characters I can't get enough of.

And we've gotten to see such a different side to him in the Titan series vs. douche canoe Seth from the Covenant days. He's still cocky and sarcastic. Maybe even more so during this one at times. But Seth has shown some of the biggest character growth that I've ever seen from a character. I mean talk about a 180 over a span of books. (But I think Seth also had this side in him from the start. There were always just people who took advantage of his need to be cared for, and that twisted him into something ugly. That is until someone truly was able to show him what compassion and love is... Even dating back to the Covenant days with Alex at points)

He's so caring and so passionate. And you can see it in every move he makes during this book. Even when he's made the wrong move.... it's out of a need to keep others safe. Even if that means keeping them safe from himself. (Or ts least him thinking he's keeping them safe. He doesn't give himself nearly enough credit in my opinion.)

And lets talk about Josie... My lord this girl. While she may not be quite the head strong bad-a Alex always is, she is such a strong and powerful character. She still has this humanity to her that can be so opposite of Seth most of the time. She's the sweet to his salty, and the soft to his hard. But when it comes time, my girl can throw down and kick some butt. I feel like she's grown a lot through these books too. She's found her strength and broken out of her shell. She's no longer the meek scared mortal that Seth tracked down in College but a fierce and loyal Demigod, and able to stand on her own in a lot of ways.

Plus her and Seth and really all the crazy characters that are back are so much fun to read. This group just meshes so well, and the funny little one liners from any number of them add that needed relief when things get really tense (cough cough Deacon and Aidan)


Also I need to a add. Apollo is a dick. Like a seriously huge dick.... I take back him being my favorite Greek god. Back to Hades I go *whistles

But Jen threw so many crazy twists and turns into this book. While I definitely had my suspicions during it (Spidey powers tingled... a lot!)
But there were times even my mad awesome guessing skills hadn't expected something. (*Gasp! yes I know... I'm off my game ya'll hehe.)

And there were also times where I was nail biting waiting to see what would happen, and ready to reach in and smack me some Sethie Pooh at times too.

The story just has all that great Titan fun
the action, the suspense, the romance... the Seth *snickers (when it comes down to briefly giving you an idea of what you're in for.)

I seriously cannot wait until this book gets in everyone's hands.... If you're a Seth fan, or even just a Covenant fan. You will love this book. (Smiles like a creeper)

My only real complaint with this book is that there's just going to be way too much time between now and when I get my hands on the next one in the series haha

I give, without a doubt (honestly it deserves like 25K) THE STRUGGLE
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐5 STARS⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐



Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Delayed Call By: Toni Aleo


So want to know when I got this beauty in my hands???
Yeah like around 10AM yesterday...


Want to know when I started reading it??
Yeah at like 1AM last night...
Want to know when I finished it???
Yup!!!! At like 10AM this morning...


Want to know how??
I GOT NO SLEEP AT ALL 😵😵😵😵😵
(No not because I was up reading. I was up reading because I couldn't sleep.)
That's what??? 9 hours or so???
I finished a book in 9 hours.... I have not done that in a really really long time. Like Christina Lauren Wicked Sexy Liar long time haha.


So I mean if ya'll need someone to tell you just how amazing these books, and the whole Assassins series in general... I volunteer as tribute!!✋✋✋

Also I need to give a huge huge thank you to Toni Aleo and the folks over at Ardent Prose for sending out this stellar ARC. I can't thank you enough 😘😘😘

Also... Just so ya'll Know. Toni Aleo is by far one of the coolest authors I've gotten to meet. I've actually gotten to meet her twice now. The first time was back at 2014 Bookbash. And I had absolutely no clue who she was hehe. I remember meeting her though, and having her sign my little notebook I used for authors I didn't have their books.
And then I got to meet her again this past October at Shameless 2016.


Which was pretty fun, considering I actually knew her books by that point, and could gush all about her hot hockey boys. That and swipe all the cool trading card swag she had for her Assassin and Bellevue boys haha
(Including at Tate Odder one!!! *Swoon. I love that fictional man so much)
But it's just been so fun going back to that first book event I went to, and seeing how much I've changed and really gotten to know so many of those authors books that I had no clue about back then.



Vaughn Johansson is the Nashville Assassins' star player. He's brash, cocky, and talented. And he isn't afraid to let anyone know it. He lives his life on his own terms, never forming romantic attachments, and only allowing his very closest to see his true, caring self.

Brie Soledad has the weight of the world on her shoulders. As the staff reporter for the Assassins, she balances her high-profile job and its heavy travel schedule with being the sole provider for her adult brother with Down syndrome. Sure, she'd like to find love. But who has time for that when there are bills to pay?

Brie has been the match to Vaughn's gasoline since the day she first held out her microphone to him. They strike sparks off each other, keeping their friends, the team, and the Assassins fans in stitches. Brie’s refusal to fawn over Vaughn sets his teeth on edge and his blood boiling. Especially in that body part... 

Brie's been let down by love before, but she knows she deserves nothing less than real, forever love. Vaughn's past has left deep, hidden scars, and there are some secrets he cannot bear to reveal. As much as Brie wants him, Vaughn may be too big a risk for her wary heart to take. But he is at his best under pressure. When the delayed call is in effect and he has no choice but to score, Vaughn always delivers.



I find myself never knowing where to start these at these days. (Although right now at this point I'm coming off being awake almost 48 hours after a sleepless night spent passing the time reading an entire book, so I may be be at that lack of sleep loopy point honestly)



But I guess a good starting point would be that I really enjoyed this book. In true Toni Aleo form... She gave us a new Assassins book that had all the drama, comedy, romance, emotional-ness (Gonna go with yeah, that's a real word hehe) and hot hockey players we've come to expect in these awesome books.

As I said, I haven't gotten any sleep in the last 48 hours, and so at almost 1:30 in the morning I was in bed passing the sleepless time reading this delightful book. Tears down my face from laughing so ridiculously hard at the characters fun banter and easy razzing. And to give you an idea of how this all went down for me. My head board doesn't attach to my bed frame because apparently the manufacturer couldn't figure out the specs of a normal bed frame height and such.... Anywhosies... so if I move in my bed at all, get out or in, laugh uncontrollably so the bed shakes... My headboard will get pushed into the wall with a loud wack! So here it is getting rather late into the night, and I'm laughing like a spastic hyena, with my headboard smacking off the wall and my cat practically jumping off the bed every time it happens. All the while my mom's room is on the other side of said wall (And how on earth the giggling and or banging never woke her up is absolutely beyond me.) But I'm trying so hard not to make noise. And yeah... I failed miserably haha.



But that's seriously the bests part of Toni's books. Her ability to have me in absolute stitches from laughing at one moment, to getting all emotional and heart achy for the characters the next. And then all sappy romantic soon after and between the other two.

Her books just have so much depth and dimension. They never are just about the hockey. Or just about the sex. Every character has some sort of personal battle they are working to over come. Giving us these amazing characters we want to root for and cheer on. And yes even want to reach in to the pages and strangle from time to time.



Toni gives us such real relatable characters. And the experiences they have are ones that anyone could be going through at any given time.



Take Brie and Vaughn.
(Don't worry I'm not going to give anything away)
But these two both have such similar back stories, and while they each were hurt in different ways as they progressed... It was their pasts and even how that past changed their futures that made you feel for them. And understand why each of them was so closed off in their own way.

But it was also just them.



Brie is such a fun relatable character. (Shush it all of you. I'm on a good female character liking kick right now. And none of ya'll can ruin it for me.) She has so much fire in her. And I love how she is a take no crap kinda woman. And will dish it back just as hard as its thrown at her.
She's no weak little female, none of the Assassins girls are honestly. They all kick butt and take names, and I adore them all so much.

But Brie while being this little hellcat also has this tender vulnerable side that she does a good job of hiding. But when it comes out your heart just kinda breaks and goes all gooey for her.
She really has gone through so much,and seeing how she came out on the other side of it and still is so fearless and fierce... I gotta appreciate that.
I related to her so much at times. And I loved that I could.

And how Brie handles Vaughn just cracks me up. Those two are such a live wire together. And man do the sparks fly. The banter between them was so quick and funny. (Hints why I was dying laughing in the middle of the night)



But most all the banter centered around Vaughn was like that. He's one of those cocky irritating as heck people that you know if you ever met in real life you'd want to smack upside the head. But he's also incredibly sweet and adorable in a super dorky way. Like with his dog Tricksie. Or his best friends. You don't see the sexy as sin star hockey player, but this doofy guy who likes to joke about his bromance with his bestie, and his strange relationship with his dog. And by far the biggest thing his kind compassionate heart.



But it's honestly not just those two that make this story so good. Its Rod Brie's brother, who is by far the sweetest character in the entire world. And just wants to be his own person despite the hand life dealt him. And his reaction with Brie was absolutely awe-inspiring and heart breaking at times. With Rod having Downs Syndrome and the medical problems that surrounded it... It made me think of my nephew who was born with Hydrocephalus. And while it's a whole different condition, it caused some mental delays that could mean my nephew would never be able to live on his own, and that just... It hit close to home I guess. 



And someone else I absolutely loved was Jansen! Like this guy. OH-EM-GEE!!! First off him and Vaughn are like the funniest freaking bromance I have ever read. EVER! As previously stated... a couple times haha.
But this man. Is literally the male fictional version of myself. Like there were parts of dialog where he would say something and I would bust out laughing because dear lord... I have either said or done the exact same things. Like if he's going to get his own book... I wanted it a week ago hehe.
He's so dang funny,and so so smart. Like everyone listen to #JensenTheWise because my man knows what he's talking about ya'll (And he's a goalie too!!! 😍😍😍)
Tate Odder will always hold the number one Assassin spot for me. But I have a feeling Jensen is going to hold a at least a top five spot by the time it's all said and done.



And if you're a fan of the series, we get a bunch of our favorites back for this installment like Shea, Ellie, Benji, etc...

There were so many twists and turns as this book went, and as always, Toni was able to pull me in from the first page and hold my attention until the last. And I found myself once again relating to so many aspects of one these books.
Empty Net is still by far my favorite. I have a really special place in my heart of that book, because it helped me through a really difficult time in my life, and I had never found a character quite like Audrey, that I saw exactly myself in. And found a part of myself I was missing by reading her's and Tate's story. But I honestly adored this book, and felt a lot of that same pull that I did back when I read EN.



I hope if anything I was at least able to convince you to go start the Assassins series with this one. Because it is by far one of the best book series out there. It ha some of everything, and you will fall absolutely head over heels for them.
And I hope I could also convince you to grab up a copy of DELAYED CALL too. Because it is such a good book, and I'm telling you... You want a good laugh session, this book will be for you. But also be prepared because the emotional-ness is all over the place on this one too haha
But it is worth every giggle, tear, and heart string pull.



I give DELAYED CALL, beyond a shadow of a doubt

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐5 STARS⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐