The novel is well-written from start to finish, with fleshed-out, likeable main characters. A good, solid read for the romance genre. Fans of Sweet Romance, as well as those who like sneak peaks into the lives of the rich and famous of Hollywood, will enjoy this story.
Kate Ashley 1
The Book of Ralph is an exceptionally humorous and thought-provoking novel, and its blurb certainly delivered and more. Its comedic elements are wonderfully unexpected, much like the crimson message that geared this whole story to start.
Sandra Ruttan 1
In a curious way, the book may be more about how Hollywood breaks people than anything else. Underscoring all the stories of tragedy that emerge throughout the book is the simple truth that Hollywood is a place where people lose themselves – through ruined careers, ruined relationships, drugs or unforeseen circumstances.
Melody Delgado 1
The story is extremely well-written, full of humor, heart, and a vulnerability that pulls the reader in from the very first page. Words that describe the story would be: Poignant. Deep. Moving. Heart-felt. Funny. Universal. Fans of John Green, Nick Hornby and romantic coming of age stories, will enjoy this look at the joys and pitfalls of first love.
Katie Rose Guest Pryal 1
Malefica is perfect for fans off Melissa de la Cruz and Richelle Mead. An unpredictable and tightly woven plot, along with original world-building, keep this book moving forward at a fast clip.
Kate Ashley 1
3 stars: Review of TO ENTER THE PATH by Stephanie Flores
Chantelle Atkins 1
This crime thriller is centered around Bonnie Benham, a steely detective who has been transferred from narcotics after succumbing to drug use herself. Now investigating a serial killer who rapes and murders very young girls, Bonnie and her fellow detectives Jensen and Lagrow are determined to catch the perpetrator before he strikes again. A small bead of sweat was found on the last victim, but it does not match any DNA in the police database. It’s up to Bonnie to convince the D.A to try a controversial method of DNA testing, known as familial testing. A gripping detective thriller which compels you to keep reading.
Nada Qamber 1
Two lawyers, two dogs, a case, and a chance to fall in love. Love on Trial was laid out to be a slightly heated romance between two lawyers and ended up being light and sweet romance novel. A recommended read for those who enjoy light, contemporary, and clean romance about puppy love, swallowing your pride and following your pups first love.
Bill Kieffer 1
According to the acknowledgement at the end of the book, when Andrew J. Peters started writing the books between these covers, the author had decided to “queer” the vampire and werewolf craze in the “delightfully narcissistic tradition of” those who had come before. Shortly after starting, however, he seemed unsatisfied with the neon pink paintbrush he’d been slapping across the canvass. He began researching the deeper history of feline mysticism and Native American two-spiritism in an effort to create a richer and more unique universe for his shifters to frolic and slash each other in.
Kate Ashley 1
YOU, ME AND US was never a love story from the start – and it never claimed to be. There was never a happy ending with the two together. And this realness, along with Jimmy’s wittiness and the modern reference sprinkled all over the novel, is what makes this novel so enjoyable to read. Anyone who enjoys 500 Days of Summer or any other non-love story between a boy and a girl will want to give this book a try.