Finding Claire Fletcher by Lisa Regan

Finding Claire Fletcher is a brutal, heart-wrenching story of a girl kidnapped at age 15 and subjected to emotional, mental, and physical torture for 10 years. Through it all, Claire struggles to keep hold of hope, her memories of her life before her capture, and herself. Even when she feels helpless and despairing, she never stops fighting.

Still Waters by Emma Carlson Berne

Book Review: Still Waters by Emma Carlson Berne Still Waters by Emma Carlson Berne Published December 20, 2011 Simon Pulse ISBN: 1442421142 English 3.17 of 5 stars  |  624 ratings My rating: 2 of 5 stars The main character is annoying, there is very little tension and/or creepiness, and the book ends (at least the…

The Kiss Off by Sarah Billington

Overall, I liked the book. I had issues with a few things, but it was as intended; a fun, fluffy read. I like the intended message and think the author did a great job writing a book that younger teens/tweens could relate to while giving them information on serious subjects. I applaud Ms. Billington for that

Deadlocked by Charlaine Harris

I don’t recommend this to fans and especially not to those new to the series. I suggest y’all just skip this one and call it a night. Read Ms. Harris’s Harper Connelly series if you want a southern style paranormal series that’s well written. I highly recommend that series.

Rogue’s Pawn by Jeffe Kennedy

Jennifer lives a life of lies; lies to make her happy, to make her feel that everything is okay in her life. The problem?

The lies aren’t working.

She’s stuck in a relationship with a man she doesn’t even like and she’s plagued by dreams of a large, black dog. While at a party with the annoying fiancé she leaves after a disagreement and takes a drive, only to end up at the Devil’s Tower (which confused me because I still have no idea what it was). She spends the night, decides to go for a walk the next morning (in heels and a cocktail dress, no less. Now, that’s pure awesomeness!), and ends up in Fairie World.

Creep by Jennifer Hillier

Creep is a thrill ride from the first page to the last. I couldn’t put it down. I seriously can’t wait for Jennifer Hillier’s second novel Freak.

Comfort Object by Annabel Joseph

Comfort Object is the story of Nell, a submissive who does not enjoy pain, but enjoys submitting, and Jeremy, a bona fide dominant who gets a little too much joy out of humiliating Nell (in my opinion).

Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire

This is the story of a completely dysfunctional, co-dependent, unhealthy relationship, but I couldn’t put it down. As someone who has been in a very similar relationship (though my Travis had less of a temper/could go longer than 5 minutes without beating the crap out of someone), the story hit a chord. BIG TIME.