Saturday, December 29, 2012

Someone To Love Tour Stop

Someone to Love is a light, sexy read that is far more naughty than it ever is nice.

What happens when two people who don’t believe in love, happen to fall madly into the most beautiful relationship they could ever imagine? A train wreck.

When twenty-year-old Kendall Jordan transfers clear across country to Garrison University, the last thing she’s looking for is a one-night stand. Unfortunately, that’s exactly what, gorgeous, Cruise Elton offers.

Kendall has long since come to realize that love is an illusion that never lasts, and Cruise couldn’t agree more—but something deep inside her wants him all for herself. So, Kendall devises a seat of the pants plan to “play the player” and proposes that Cruise tutor her in becoming a female version of himself, Garrison University’s own playboy.

Real feelings begin to emerge, and neither Kendall nor Cruise know how to classify them. Everything they once thought they knew is redefined as they discover, in one another, Someone to Love.

New Adult - Contemporary Romance
*Intended for mature audiences 17+* Sexual situations


This book is a must read from the very beginning. I just loved how descriptive Addison is. It's actually great for this time of year since the story starts on Christmas Eve. The main character, Kendall, doesn't believe in love but throughout the book she finds it under the most unusual circumstances. I liked that this book was so unique in that way. The sex scenes weren't too much, and were written perfectly.

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Author Bio:
Addison Moore is the author of young adult fiction and romance. She has worked as therapist on a locked psychiatric unit for almost a decade. She is the mother of four wonderful children. She resides on the West Coast with her family and two dogs where she eats too much chocolate and stays up way too late. When she's not writing, she's reading.

Monday, November 19, 2012

Review: Miss Me Not by Tiffany King

They had a pact.
Leave the world behind much as they had lived it.
No one would miss them. No harm, no foul.
Their personal demons would be left behind once and for all.
It was the only thing they could count on.
It was all she had.

Madison Hanson has spent the last four years being a "shadow." Her parents ignore her. The students at her school stopped talking to her years ago, and the majority of her teachers forget she's even there. In her desperate yearning to leave her invisible life behind, Madison makes a pact with her only friend, James Garrison, to end their lives as inconspicuously as they live them. No fuss, no muss. No one would miss her and she would miss no one. Their plan is set, and it's all she can count on. That is, until fellow student, Mitch Peterson, beats them to the punch. Everything Madison believed in is shaken to the core when she watches the aftermath of Mitch's death unfold. By taking his own life, Mitch unwittingly saves hers. What a selfish prick.

She is now left with the daunting task of living. Trying to bury her demons once and for all, and finally trusting someone with her fragile existence.

Living is hell.
Death would have been so much easier

Miss Me Not is a powerful tale of a girl who struggles with life, secrets and everything in between. When a fellow students commits suicide it opens her eyes to the possibilities of a happy life with the help of an unexpected friend.

Like all of Tiffany's books, Miss Me Not, had me at hello. *Yes, it was a bad joke, but seriously this book is awesome*

I'm a total sucker for covers, and I'm no ashamed to admit that I'll buy books just cause they look pretty. But, Miss Me Not, isn't just a book with a stellar cover its a story that had me staying up way past my bed time. Tiffany seems to find the magic, weaving stories that both bring you to tears and make you cheer; all at the same time. No lie, you may need tissues for this one. 

Tiffany's writing makes me want to stop reading cause I know she's going to make me cry, but I just can't put the book down until I devour every page.

This is a definite must read!

Miss Me Not is coming November 23rd

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Review: Hidden by P.C. & Kristin Cast

The House of Night series is an international phenomenon, reaching #1 on U.S., German, and UK bestseller lists, and remaining a fixture on the New York Times Children’s Series bestseller list for more than 140 weeks and counting. With nearly 12 million copies in print, rights sold in thirty-eight countries to date, and relatable, addictive characters, this series is unstoppable. Now in Hidden, the tenth installment of the series, the stakes are higher than ever before.

Neferet’s true nature has been revealed to the Vampyre High Council, so Zoey and the gang might finally get some help in defending themselves and their beloved school against a gathering evil that grows stronger every day. And they’ll need it, because Neferet’s not going down without a fight. Chaos reigns at the House of Night.


I just finished reading this book, and as with the rest of them, I really liked it. I'm so glad the series is continuing on, there are just so many questions that still need to be answered! Like whose side is Kalona really on, is Health ever coming back, which of the fledglings are going to switch sides, and will Neferet EVER DIE!? 

I know a lot of people hate these books, but they are terribly wonderful. I've read the rest of P.C.'s books and I enjoy her writing. I actually wish she wrote this series herself as I can tell the difference where her daughter steps in and I think I like P.C's writing much, much better. But nevertheless, this is one of my favorite series at the moment and I always get giddy when I see that the next book is out. 

Sunday, November 11, 2012


Hello writers, fellow bloggers and book lovers! I'm YA Author Megan Duncan, and newly formed reviewer. Thanks for stopping by my brand new blog! It's not much to look at now, but I hope to soon have book reviews galore :o)