[Review] By Your Side by Kasie West

On a scale of hospitals to school this book is an empty library with a hot boy.

This book made me wish to be locked in a library overnight. Books and boys. What more could any right-minded bibliophile want? Not only is Dax attractive, but he’s a Shakespeare lover. Hamlet of all plays which is my favourite. I can hear his hotness meter soaring in the background. In addition to that, any man willing to wear a friendship bracelet is a keeper if you ask me. Every single one of Dax and Autumn’s encounters was cute af.

Kasie’s writing is gloriously descriptive, making you feel as though you’re living the book right along with Autumn. Every single character is amazingly complex and exciting with relatable motives and feelings.

I would recommend this book to every single bibliophile because through it you can live out your wildest dreams.

 

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[Review] Bombshell by Kellie Hart

I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.

On a scale of creative writing to English professors this book is your older brother’s sexy best friend.

Like wow, Jacque and I  are similar in more ways than I care to admit. She’s smart, funny, and she wants to be a writer when she grows up. If only I had a Fox in my life the way she does. Don’t even get me started on Fox Montgomery, sweet, caring, and everything I want in a husband. I loved him from the moment he waltzed on to the page and into my heart.

Kellie Hart’s writing is captivating, thrilling, and mind-numbing all at once, just like I imagine one of Fox’s kisses to be like. I loved every moment of this book and I can’t wait to read the next one.

I recommend this book to fans of the X Files, romance, and those willing to give their hearts to the one’s they love no matter who it is or the consequences.