Showing posts from November, 2018

Broken Love Review

Broken Love (Shattered Love Series #2)
By: Stacey Marie Brown

Life shattered my bones, now it wants to break my heart. 
Jaymerson Holloway thought all her grief and pain were behind her. Unfortunately, life has other ideas. 
Where stories don’t end happily. 
Where hearts shattered into pieces and love slips through your fingers. 
Leaving everything behind to follow her dreams, Jaymerson travels to Italy, where she learns to stand on her own, move on with her life, and open her heart to another. But nothing prepares her for seeing Hunter’s life explode over the TV screen and watching his success, which comes with lots of women wanting a piece of The Haze. Crueler is the agony of seeing him fall in love with another. But that isn’t even the worst of it. 
When she returns home and their paths cross, they are no longer the same people. The old animosity they once felt for each other flares the ties between them. Especially when more secrets and truths are uncovered. 
Like moths to flames, their u…

House of Darken (Secret Keepers #1) Review

House of Darken (Secret Keepers #1)
By: Jaymin Eve

When Emma moves to Astoria, Oregon, she is given two rules: 

#1 – Don’t cross to “their” side of the street.

#2 – Don’t mess with the elites, especially Lexen Darken, top elite and resident bad boy. 

While she finds this both weird and insulting, Emma has no actual intention of breaking these rules - until her guardians go missing. Now all bets are off. Only a single line separates her side of the street from the elites', and she's crossing it.

Captured and held by Lexen and his brothers, she learns the rules are in place for a very good reason. There's a secret world hidden in this small town which goes far beyond the one she knows and understands. 

A world not for humans.

Every now and then I come across a gem of a book and can't understand how I've never heard of it before. House of Darken was hands down one of those books. I saw it advertised on FB as part of a series, and liked the cover. I didn't even have to re…