Friday 28 April 2017

Ker Dukey's Devil Cover Reveal

Release Date to be announced 


Evi Devil. 
Yes, that’s really my name.
The irony is not lost on me.
I was created from two evil souls and have the name to prove it. 
Devil worshipers, perverts, murderer. Is all terms used to describe the parents I refuse to remember. My mind won’t allow me to. 
And why would I want to? 
One born of dirty blood running through her veins can never truly be clean from its murky hue. 
No matter what they try to tell me happened in my past, my mind denies me access, therefore how can I know it’s true? 
How can I believe that’s what I’m born from?
Glimpses of my past haunt me, the screams of terror echo in the silent darkness of my memories, trying to remind me that my Mother went from room to room butchering our family. 
I’ve learned from scars that I suffered abuse and that my Father and siblings weren’t my Mother’s only victims. 
Hearing what they tell me.
Reading the words printed in the papers. None of it can prepare me for what’s to come. 
My biggest lesson is learning that some memories we suppress for a reason.

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About Ker 

International Bestselling Author Ker Dukey 
I have always had a passion for storytelling, whether it be through lyrics or bed time stories with my sisters. I wanted to be an actress growing up so I could live many roles but I learned early on that my mind was too active… I would want to change the script.I would watch films and think of ways they could have improved the story if they took another direction so i thought it best that I tell my own.
My mum would always have a book in her hand when I was young and passed on her love for reading, inspiring me to venture into writing my own. I tend to have a darker edge to my writing. Not all love stories are made from light, some are created in darkness but are just as powerful and worth telling.
When I’m not lost in the world of characters I love spending time with my family. I’m a mum and that comes first in my life but when I do get down time I love attending music concerts or reading events with my younger sister.
You can find me on Facebook where I love interacting with my readers.

Thursday 27 April 2017

The Garden of Small Beginnings Spoiler Free Review

The Garden of Small Beginnings

The Garden of Small Beginnings

by Abbi Waxman

Release Date: May 2nd, 2017


Lilian Girvan has been a single mother for three years—ever since her husband died in a car accident. One mental breakdown and some random suicidal thoughts later, she’s just starting to get the hang of this widow thing. She can now get her two girls to school, show up to work, and watch TV like a pro. The only problem is she’s becoming overwhelmed with being underwhelmed.

At least her textbook illustrating job has some perks—like actually being called upon to draw whale genitalia. Oh, and there’s that vegetable-gardening class her boss signed her up for. Apparently being the chosen illustrator for a series of boutique vegetable guides means getting your hands dirty, literally. Wallowing around in compost on a Saturday morning can’t be much worse than wallowing around in pajamas and self-pity.

After recruiting her kids and insanely supportive sister to join her, Lilian shows up at the Los Angeles Botanical Garden feeling out of her element. But what she’ll soon discover—with the help of a patient instructor and a quirky group of gardeners—is that into every life a little sun must shine, whether you want it to or not…

My Thoughts:

I gave this book 4 stars. I had a really good time reading this book. It was actually incredibly lighthearted and fun for something that I figured would be pretty sad. It did have it's sad moments, but I was overwhelmed with sadness while reading it. I shed a tear or two, but that was it.

I laughed a lot during this book. It was witty and charming, I couldn't be mad about it. The main character, while being really sad, never lost her humour. She managed to work through it, though, that was probably more for the sake of her kids. If she didn't have children I feel like this story would have gone in a completely different direction.

I have to draw parallels between this book and Practical Magic. I just saw so many similarities between them. This isn't actually a bad thing, I actually really liked them both. I'm not gonna get into all the details about that, but I just liked that this book reminded me of Practical Magic.

I loved the character development in this book. The protagonist went a long way throughout this book. From sad widow who has a hard time going through daily life, to a happy single mom who is finally back to herself and dating again. I was proud of her progress.

The writing style in this book was just so captivating. I started this book a couple days ago and I have been unable to put it down. Every time I had to do something else I just wanted to pick it up again to find out what was happening next because the author just built up this wonderful story and love and loss and moving on past all that. 

I found it was actually very educational too, it had these pages with instructions on how to grow specific fruits and vegetables and let me tell you, once I get over my aversion to zucchini I will definitely be using that.

What I liked about this book is that it was a lot more mature than a lot of the romance chick lit books I've read. In a lot of those books the main characters can be a bit childish and petty, overly dramatic and get caught up in the wrong things. I just loved the realness about this book. Would definitely recommend it.

Wednesday 26 April 2017

Gathering Darkness Review

Gathering Darkness (Falling Kingdoms, #3)

Gathering Darkness

by Morgan Rhodes



In GATHERING DARKNESS, book three of the New York Times bestselling Falling Kingdoms series, the stakes have never been higher as three teams push forward on a race to find the Kindred, the four elemental crystals possessing ancient all-powerful magic, first:

Prince Magnus has just witnessed torture, death, and miracles during the bloody confrontation that decimated the rebel forces. Now he must choose between family and justice as his father, the cruel King Gaius, sets out to conquer all of Mytica. All Gaius needs now are the Kindred - the four elemental crystals that give godlike powers to their owner. But the King of Blood is not the only one hunting for this ancient, storied magic...

• THE KRAESHIANS join the hunt. Ashur and Amara, the royal siblings from the wealthy kingdom across the Silver Sea, charm and manipulate their way to the Kindred, proving to be more ruthless than perhaps even the King of Blood himself.

• THE REBELS forge ahead. Princess Cleo and vengeful Jonas lead them, slaying with sweetness, skill, and a secret that can control Lucia's overpowering magic - all so they can use the Kindred to win back their fallen kingdoms.

• THE WATCHERS follow Melenia out of the Sanctuary. They ally in the flesh with King Gaius, who vows to use Lucia's powers to unveil the Kindred.

The only certainty in the dark times is that whoever finds the magic first will control the fate of Mytica... but fate can be fickle when magic is involved.

My Thoughts:

I gave this book 4.5 stars. I really enjoyed this book. As a series it's getting better and better. Still room for improvement, but It was not bad, not bad at all.

Some of the characters, in my opinion, were still kind of annoying. I seemed to have forgotten how much they annoy me since the last book. I'm hoping some character development happens and they aren't as annoying, but I can only hope.

The plot has thickened so much in this book. Whatever has happened in the last two books was only scratching the surface, man, this book was probably only scratching the surface, but it still delved deeper. There are three opposing forces that face these teens, it's pretty daunting. What's gonna happen to them? How could they possibly defeat everyone who wants to steamroll them. Well, I have the next book so I guess I'll be finding out for myself soon enough.

I've developed a new appreciation for Nic. He didn't annoy me at all, he just wants to stand by what he believes it right, and he'll stand by his friends no matter what they choose to do. He was just so loyal to Cleo, he was kind and brave when he needed to be. He had a strong moral compass. Honestly, I need a Nic in my life.

The one thing that never fails to impress me is the authors ability to write all these amazing villains. Whether they're magical or just everyday people that we hate. I hate pretty much all of the villains. Most of all Amara. Every time someone fell for something that Amara did or said I was just so annoyed because to me, she was pretty transparent.  The worst was when Magnus slept with her. I didn't know how to feel about it, cause Magnus and Cleo were married in name only, they didn't actually even like each other, but it still felt like he was cheating on her which was driving me crazy.

The king hasn't really been a front runner for my hatred in this book, that was more of a book one and book two thing. I have no doubt he'll manage to piss me off really badly in the next book.

I didn't exactly like Melenia, but I like her story arc. I'm really fascinated by her "love" interest. The god of fire, that's a pretty badass title to hold. 

I was so mad at Ashur, he was being pretty aloof when it came to Nic, it honestly felt like he was playing him. I thought I was right there for a moment, but it turns out Ashur is just a really spectacular actor. I was devastated by his death, him and Nic were finally on the same page and I wanted them to be together so bad! Nic deserves to be happy. I hope he does find that, although, I will love Ashur forever.

In conclusion, a really good book that any fantasy lover should definitely read, no matter how annoying characters are. We're here for the plot.


“In the shadow my father has cast over my entire life, you are the only light I can see anymore. And, whatever the cost, I refuse to let that light be extinguished” 

“Magnus had come to a horrible realization. One that he knew would cause him nothing but pain and suffering from that day forward.But there was no changing the truth of it.He had fallen in love with her.”

“You don't cry when someone pushes you down. You get up. You get up and you fight back. And pretty soon nobody's going to shove you anymore because they'll see it's not worth it.” 

“Hatred is like fire. It burns the one who harnesses it. It's also extremely hard to see more helpful truths through its flames.” 

“Her cerulean eyes widened. "You dream about me?"His gaze snapped back to hers."Nightmares only” 

Top 5 Authors I Want to

I somehow managed to narrow this list down to five. Pretty hard actually, but I did it.

5. Wendy Higgins

I've only read her Sweet Evil trilogy. I loved that series so I know I'll love her other works, I just have to get to them.

4. J. K. Rowling

I actually haven't read any of her books other than the Harry Potter series. I've been meaning to, I even have the Cuckoo's Calling, I just haven't started it yet.

3. Katja Millay

So, she's only written one book, I honestly have no idea if she plans on writing anymore. If she does though, I will read whatever she has to write.

2. Jandy Nelson

It's been around two years since I first read her two books. I'm having withdrawals, I need her new book to come out. It's a need, not a want.

1. Nicola Yoon

I loved Everything Everything, therefore I must read anything else she writes because it's probably just as golden as that.

Which authors do you want to read more books from?

Tuesday 25 April 2017

Top 10 Most Read Authors

To start off, keep in mind that I included short stories. It would have taken way too long if I had counted them all myself, so I just looked at my Most Read Authors on Goodreads. So that is solely based on that.

10. Sarah J. Maas at 14 Books

"But wait a second, Sarah J. Maas hasn't written 14 books!" that's because of the Assassin's Blade. Short stories count.

9. Rick Riordan at 14 Books

Does this one surprise anyone? He has so many popular series's that I feel like if I didn't real them it would be blasphemous. 

8. P. C. Cast at 14 Books

Just all the books in this one series. There were about 11 or 12 books, plus some novellas. It's all just from that one series.

7. Gena Showalter at 17 Books

None of these books were short stories! They were all full length novels and I am proud of that!

6. Richelle Mead at 17 Books

I really enjoy her writing.

5. Kresley Cole at 24 Books

She has a freakishly long book series spanning around 16 novels. It's no surprise that she made this list.

4. Jessica Sorensen at 31 Books

No short stories! I'm slowly making my way through all her books. It's hard though, she writes fast than I can read, plus she has a head start.

3. Abbi Glines at 34 Books

I've read all but one or two of her books. I'll get to them eventually...

2. Cassandra Clare at 39 Books

I have read both of Cassandra Clare's short story bind up works, so that kinda added up. I have read every single one of her books too, but I feel like most of the 39 are actually the short stories.

1. Jennifer L. Armentrout at 45 Books

I've read almost every single one of her books, I'm still working on it. There were quite a few short stories, but even without those I'm still pretty sure she would be number one on this list.

Who are some of your most read authors?

Friday 21 April 2017

180 Seconds Spoiler Free Review

180 Seconds

180 Seconds
by Jessica Park

Release Date: April 25th, 2017


Some people live their entire lives without changing their perspective. For Allison Dennis, all it takes is 180 seconds…

After a life spent bouncing from one foster home to the next, Allison is determined to keep others at arm’s length. Adopted at sixteen, she knows better than to believe in the permanence of anything. But as she begins her third year in college, she finds it increasingly difficult to disappear into the white noise pouring from her earbuds.

One unsuspecting afternoon, Allison is roped into a social experiment just off campus. Suddenly, she finds herself in front of a crowd, forced to interact with a complete stranger for 180 seconds. Neither she, nor Esben Baylor, the dreamy social media star seated opposite her, is prepared for the outcome.

When time is called, the intensity of the experience overwhelms Allison and Esben in a way that unnerves and electrifies them both. With a push from her oldest friend, Allison embarks on a journey to find out if what she and Esben shared is the real thing—and if she can finally trust in herself, in others, and in love.

My Thoughts:

***I received this ARC through NetGalley***

I gave this book 5 stars. It made me laugh, it made me cry, it made me happy, and made me sad. It covered the whole spectrum. I enjoyed this book so much.

Right from the get go, this book sorta gave off a happy vibe to me, even though it was actually pretty sad. I still had an overwhelming amount of optimism going into this book. That may just be because I’m in the middle of a contemporary kick and this fuelled the fire. Either way I was into it.

The characters were relatable, freakishly relatable. All their relationships felt incredibly heartfelt and I could not get enough of them. There wasn’t a character in the book that I disliked who I was supposed to like. They were all really great. Especially Esben, “Who smells like cookies and love.” 

I loved Steffi, Allison’s best friend. More specifically I loved her and Allison together. Allison just seemed to be in a much better place whenever Steffi was around. A lot of times i’ve noticed that in books the outgoing extrovert friend is always really reckless and obnoxious, but Steffi wasn’t. She completely broke stereotypes and I loved that.

The writing style made a very sad book very fun. I genuinely had a fun time while reading this book. I didn’t find the main characters annoying at all which i am happy about because it happens often. 

The plot wasn’t a huge rollercoaster, but it was still present enough to keep me on board. It tugged at my heart strings and helped the characters grow. I was very satisfied by everything that happened in this book. 

Wednesday 19 April 2017

Ten Birthdays Spoiler Free Review

Ten Birthdays

Ten Birthdays
by Kerry Wilkinson

Release Date: April 21st, 2017


"There are going to be so many things I wish I could’ve told you in person, Poppy. I won’t get the chance to do that, so perhaps this is my only way…"

It’s Poppy Kinsey’s birthday.

She should be blowing out candles and opening presents – but hers falls on the type of heart-wrenching, agonising anniversary she would far rather forget.

The worst day of them all. The day her mother died.

But this year is special because the person she misses most in the world has left her a set of letters, one for each of her next ten birthdays.

As Poppy opens them year by year, she discovers that no matter how tough life gets, her mum will always be by her side, guiding her along the way. 

My Thoughts:

*** I received an ARC through Netgalley***

I really enjoyed this book. There was a while there where I wasn’t sure if I was gonna like it, but after I got past that I couldn’t put it down.

This book was more of a character and theme book more than it was a plot book. I felt like I could relate to the characters so much, they felt so real to me. They had the type of problems I have had. 

I was really annoyed with Freya for most of the book. She was just so obnoxious for the most part, but she calmed down with age. She definitely got better as the story progressed.

I couldn’t even really hate any of the characters, even the ones who were antagonistic, because they were portrayed as real people with real problems. Like Iris, she was being a bit awful, but that’s because she was miserable with her life, she wasn’t happy. I can understand why she wasn’t the greatest, I wouldn’t have been either if put in her shoes. 

I felt a bond with the story itself, a lot may not have happened, nothing overly dramatic, but it still spoke to me on some level. Even if things aren't going the way you planned, that doesn't mean they're bad, things will get better in the long run. 

I'm also a sucker for stories where someone dies and they leave notes for people they love. It's something I will always enjoy reading about, or watching. I'm probably gonna be the sap who does this in the future.

Overall, a really good contemporary read. I would definitely recommend it.

The Crown's Game Review

The Crown's Game (The Crown's Game, #1)

The Crown's Game

by Evelyn Skye



Vika Andreyeva can summon the snow and turn ash into gold. Nikolai Karimov can see through walls and conjure bridges out of thin air. They are enchanters—the only two in Russia—and with the Ottoman Empire and the Kazakhs threatening, the tsar needs a powerful enchanter by his side.

And so he initiates the Crown’s Game, an ancient duel of magical skill—the greatest test an enchanter will ever know. The victor becomes the Imperial Enchanter and the tsar’s most respected adviser. The defeated is sentenced to death.

Raised on tiny Ovchinin Island her whole life, Vika is eager for the chance to show off her talent in the grand capital of Saint Petersburg. But can she kill another enchanter—even when his magic calls to her like nothing else ever has?

For Nikolai, an orphan, the Crown’s Game is the chance of a lifetime. But his deadly opponent is a force to be reckoned with—beautiful, whip-smart, imaginative—and he can’t stop thinking about her.

And when Pasha, Nikolai’s best friend and heir to the throne, also starts to fall for the mysterious enchantress, Nikolai must defeat the girl they both love…or be killed himself.

As long-buried secrets emerge, threatening the future of the empire, it becomes dangerously clear—the Crown’s Game is not one to lose.

My Thoughts:

I gave this book 4.5 stars. I had such a good time reading it. It had adventure, action, and a romance I could get behind. I'm excited to see where the author goes with this.

I'm quite mad at Pasha right now. Pasha is the future Tsar and the best friend of Enchanter One, Nikolai. Pasha was just being such an awful friend. Nikolai kept one secret and Pasha was ready to burn all the bridges. I understand why Nikolai kept his abilities a secret, I mean, how do you tell someone about magic without them thinking you're a complete mental case. I just hope after everything Pasha did he can redeem himself in the next book, because I really did love him up until that point in the book.

I loved Vika's relationship with Sergei, her father. I just went on the rant the other day about the whole bad parenting trope in books, especially YA. It was good to see a protagonist who actually had  good parent. They seem to be rare in this genre. I was really devastated about what happened with him later in the book, he didn't deserve it. 

The plot as a whole reminded me of the Night Circus, two contenders in a fight that one must win, only one can survive, the two competitors fall in love. Now while the premise was similar I feel like the author did a really good job of not just writing The Night Circus, but in Russia. It was definitely it's own story. I am very proud.

So recently I've been having this issue where I can't seem to get into books right away. Like, I may really love the ending or at most the second half of the book, but anything at the beginning is just an obstacle. I finally think I'm through it because I didn't have any trouble getting into this book at all! It was pretty exciting from the beginning and I didn't have to be dragged along unwillingly, trying to get into it. It was perfect.

I loved the chapter lengths in this book. Some were really short, while others were really long. I loved it because whenever the chapters were short I would just keep reading until a long one would come along. It helped me pace myself. I have a real pacing issue. If the chapters are too short I'll read pretty much the whole book at once, and if the chapters are too long, it will take me a long time to read the book. So this was a nice in between.

Now I don't know a lot about Russian history, or really anything other than Nicholas II and his family were killed by the people, there was this whole conspiracy about Anastasia living, after they died there were several communist leaders i.e. Lenin and Stalin. And let's not forget, Rasputin. That's pretty much all I know. So it was nice to get a bit of a feel about history, but still having some fantastical elements to it. This is probably only the second book I've ever read that was set in Russia, so I plan to read more of those. Hopefully this was a good place to start.

Pasha's father, Alexander, almost had my sympathy with his wife being sick, but the more I found out about him the less I could pity him. He was just an awful human being. He continuously cheated on his wife, he had a son that he didn't know about because he didn't bother to stick around, he basically sentenced said son to death, and not to mention he just completely ditched his son's mother after making her love him. He's just a snake and I can't make myself feel sad for him.

I liked how the author put French in too, because unlike Russian, I actually know quite a bit of French. That was a lovely little gift. I love reading a book that has a different language in it and I understand what it's saying. It makes me feel smart.

I was scrolling through the Goodreads page for this book and I came across a someone who had shelved this book as Instalove. I do not agree with that. Maybe on Pasha's part because he instantly just decided he was in love with Vika, but with Nikolai and Vika I completely disagree. I mea, they spent the first half of the book trying to kill each other. That doesn't scream Instalove to me. Whatever, that's just my take on it.

Overall, I thought this was a really well written exciting book that you definitely should read. I promise it's good.


“As for whether the magic in The Crown’s Game is real, well . . . that depends. Do you believe in what you cannot see?” 

“She clucked her tongue at Sergei. "Father, you could have killed me.""You know I would never do that. If I did, who would fetch my bread from the bakery every morning?”

“Unless a convention of anarchists visited the library yesterday, most books ought to be in their rightful places.” 

“The Game will begin soon. You can feel it, can’t you?” Can I? Nikolai stuck out his tongue, as if he could taste the difference in the air. And in fact, he could. It was like . . . cinnamon. With a dash of death. Nikolai’s” 

Top 5 LGBTQ+ Books

I love LGBTQ books. There is just something about them, I've loved almost every single one I've read. So it was a bit tricky cutting this list down, but I think I got it. Also, these aren't really in any particular order, I really like them all.

1. Carry On by Rainbow Rowell

Are you surprised by this in any way? Because you shouldn't. This book is fantastic, especially the characters and the romance.

2. The Raven King by Maggie Stiefvater

Pynch for life. There will never be a time that I don't ship them. Can't wait for that Ronan trilogy which will hopefully be packed full of Pynch.

3. The Mortal Instruments Series by Cassandra Clare

Now this one is sort of a two for one because Malec along with Helen and Aline. I love both of those couples, so if I was ranking this, they would be pretty high up on the list.

4. The Captive Prince Trilogy by C. S. Pacat

I don't even know where to start with this one. I'll just say that I loved their relationship so much that I binged this trilogy, reading them back to back to back because I needed to know what would happen with them.

5. And Tango Makes Three

The cutest edition to this list, I couldn't help myself. Believe it or not, but this book is actually considered one of the most controversial books of all time. On the Richest's list of 25 Most Controversial Books of All Time, it was number 5. Above Catcher in the Rye, Uncle Tom's Cabin, and The Satanic Verses. Does that sound absolutely ridiculous to anyone else?

Anyway, what are some of your favourite LGBTQ+ books?

Tuesday 18 April 2017

Broken Family Rant

Time for another rant! It’s only been a couple of weeks, but I must release my inner rage. Because I’m trying to be a nicer person, I have to release all my pent up anger through these rants. It’s time for another rant.

Today’s topic is broken homes/missing parents. I have so much to say about this I don’t even know where to start, I’ll try my best though.

Okay, let’s start with the fact that I think it’s just lazy writing. This whole trope is mostly present in YA, most specifically anything with magical elements. Now, think back to when you were a teenager. Would your parents have let you run around with mythical creatures putting yourself in constant danger and not worry about you at all? Most likely not. Which is why authors tend to feel the need to get rid of the parents. They just want to get rid of that hurdle as early on as they can. I absolutely hate this. 

Even if the author decides to keep the parents, they’re most likely a single parent and they never listen to the main character and end up dating someone who is really an awful human being and only the protagonist can see how evil they truly are. I can honestly name you at least three series where this happens right off the top of my head. 

I read a book the other day where this girl’s mother was actually a really good parent. She seemed a bit sketchy at first, but that was just because I was so used to reading about characters with sucky parents. But no, in this book, this girl’s mother was there for her. She listened and just comforted her when she didn’t want to talk about it. This mother even stood up to her asshole of a husband for her daughter, even threatened to leave him if he didn’t stop being an asshole, because she genuinely cared about her daughter and wouldn’t let her be bullied.

I also feel like broken families are added into a plot just to add to the characters’ suffering. You know, they just aren’t miserable enough, let’s kill off some of their family members. I just don’t see why authors have to go for the family. At this point, I would be more surprised to read a book with a happy family where no one has died than I would if I read a book where they all die.

Also, I feel like almost always the parents who are there are either horrible or they are just really distant and don't care that they actually have children. Like, authors there are actual good parents out there. Not all parents are horrible. My parents are great, I honestly don't know what I would do without them, so I honestly have a hard time relating to these characters in this aspect. 

It’s to the point where I want to rip my hair out every time a shitty parental figure is introduced. Can we not have a stable influence? Honestly, most of these characters need it.

Anyway, thoughts?

Top 10 Adult Romances

I read so many adult romances, it's honestly one of my favourite genres, so I most definitely will have another list for this. I already have some for that list. But without further ado, I shall start. Also, just a quick note, you guys should definitely follow me, you can find options for that in the side bar.

10. Lucca by Sarah Brianne

I was so highly anticipating this book, it was better than I had ever expected it to be. I was just so happy that Chloe and Lucca finally got a book!

9. Corrupt by Penelope Douglas

This book is on the list, not even for the romance, I just loved the story and the characters so much, the romance was a bit of a bonus added in.

8. The Golden Dynasty Kristen Ashley

If you are a fan of Game of Thrones, more specifically Khal Drogo and Daenerys, you should read this. The couple in this book just reminded me of them so much, it was almost the fan fiction I always wanted. It still definitely had it's own story and the characters were different, but it still have that element there.

7. Wait for You by J. Lynn

I love Jennifer Armentrout's books, I've read almost every single one, including her adult romances, this one has a special place in my heart.

6. While It Lasts by Abbi Glines

Another of my most read authors, I've read every single one of her books, and for the most part she doesn't disappoint me. This book, however, was my favourite of them all. I don't know why, I just like it the best.

5. Ten Tiny Breathes by K. A. Tucker

The main character, guys, she's just so awesome. She's snarky and badass and she isn't perfect. She's going through a lot of stuff and she's trying to be strong 24/7 but she can't. She let's her love interest in after a decent fight and they are just perfect together.

4. Fear Me by B. B. Reid

I have to admit that the first time I read this one, I liked it, but I wasn't overly impressed so I gave it four stars. I then soon went back and reread it and I realized how much I loved it and gave it five stars. Now I'm just sort of on a continuous loop of reading this and Corrupt. I show no signs of slowing down.

3. Hopeless by Colleen Hoover

I love Colleen Hoover books, all of them, but this one somehow came out on top. Saying it's my favourite of her's is a feat in itself because I love her writing so much. Bottom line, read it.

2. The Sea of Tranquility by Katja Millay

I didn't realize I could feel so many feelings before reading this book. Interestingly enough, I found out about this book while reading another book. The characters in this other book were talking about the last two words in TSOT so of course I needed to be in on this secret. And so in I was. I regret nothing.

1. The Secret of Ella and Micha by Jessica Sorensen

The one thing that all of these books have in common is that I've read them all multiple times. I for some reason just found myself going back to them over and over again. This book was the first in the long line.

What are some of your favourite adult romances? I would love to know!