Wednesday, August 27, 2014


Easy is a great book by Tammara Webber

It's always good to read a different kind of book that doesn't involve a lot of sex, and this is one of them.  Jacqueline has just broken up from her longtime boyfriend, she is sad and depressed so she decides to get out of a frat Halloween party, on her way to the her truck Buck a schoolmate follows her and tries to rape her, but Lucas comes just in time to rescue her. Later on, she starts to notice Lucas everywhere, at her favorite coffee shop and even a class. What she didn't know was that he has always been there, but she has never notice anybody else but her ex handsome and popular ex Kennedy. Now that her life has turned around she she decides to get back to her feet in a class that she failing, and with the help of her online tutor she gets to do it. While she feels an attraction to her online tutor, she also starts to get feelings for Lucas. At the end you find out that Lucas is keeping some deep secrets. This is a really awesome book if you are in the mood of some romance but not erotic book, this is a great option.


Rush by Maya Banks

You know I have heard a lot about this author, she is really popular in the romantic, erotic kind of books, so I decided to take a look to one and I was like huh it's not that bad. I know I always mention this, but after reading Fifty Shades you either expect much more from another book of it's kind. You always compare the other books to Fifty Shades. So I chose this trilogy to start with her books, and I thought they were pretty good. These books were not as intense as I was expecting and I like that. You know you get to a certain point were reading the same kind of staff is tiring. I actually skip all the intimate parts now, I find them all the same!

Ok, well this book is about Gabe and Mia, of course Gabe is the wealthy, passionate, the cold one (they should try to make a book that the girl is the wealthy, passionate and demanding, so she could pervert the poor, intelligent, and virgin guy) Now that I mention it,  imagine a book about Elene Lincoln aka Mrs. Robinson from Fifty Shades of Grey, it would be awesome to read her story!!! I'm going off topic again!! Gabe is a wealthy man, who likes to have his personal life really private, and have the girls sign a contract which specify what kind of pleasures they can have with him. (sounds familiar?) Mia is the sister of one his company partners Jace which Mia and Gabe know each other since she was a young girl. Now that Mia is 24 she is old enough to have a relationship with Gabe. Of course Gabe has always been Mia's love since she was a teen and doesn't think twice when Gabe asks her to join her on her guilty pleasures. Mia decides to go for it, but after a uncomfortable situation involving different people, Mia decides that that kind of life is not her and the book goes on with Gabe changing some things for her, until they both happy and together. This is an OK book, like i said nothing really different. I just can't help but compared all the books, they all have the same problems, the same drama, the same characters. I know the second book Fever this book is all about Jace, Mia's brother and the third book is about Ash, Jace's best friend who also works for Gabe. I might give it a try.  


Four is the newest book from the Divergent series from Veronica Roth

This book is about how Tobias became Four, this is his part of the story and how he became Dauntless. The book was really well written, a really easy and fast read. Like I mention before, I don't personally like to read the same story from somebody else's perspective. I think it is a little boring specially if it's the male character who is telling the story. But I liked this book, I think it was really awesome for Veronica to give us more of Four. I guess a lot of people started to like him because of the movie, but I have always like him since the books, and of course I wanted to know more of him. This books describes him really well, you understand his personality a lot more. The book also contains two new scenes that were not in the Divergent book.

Now that I read this book it got me thinking that some of the major people from the Divergent book and the "Four" book were not in the Divergent movie. I don't know the reasons why the producers decided not to include Tobia's best friend Zeke and his brother Uriah, but in this book they also played a big role.

Monday, August 11, 2014

Lost & Found

After the disappointment of the previous book Beauty from Surrender, I read this amazing new adult book called Lost & Found by Nicole Williams. I found this book for free on my iBooks! I believe there is a also a second book, but I think that one you'll have to pay for it.

Lost & Found is about this "troubled" girl Rowen and a gorgeous and hardworking cowboy Jesse.

I  found a good review by the author on amazon, that explains exactly what the book is about. Here is the link if you want to take a look or if you want to get it for free!

So here it is...

"After numbing pain for the past five years with boys, alcohol, and all-around apathy, she finds herself on a Greyhound bus to nowhere Montana the summer after she graduates high school. Her mom agreed to front the bill to Rowen’s dream art school only if Rowen proves she can work hard and stay out of trouble at Willow Springs Ranch. Cooking breakfast at the crack of dawn for a couple dozen ranch hands and mucking out horse stalls are the last things in the world Rowen wants to spend her summer doing. 

Until Jesse Walker saunters into her life wearing a pair of painted-on jeans, a cowboy hat, and a grin that makes something in her chest she’d thought was frozen go boom-boom. Jesse’s like no one else, and certainly nothing like her. He’s the bright and shiny to her dark and jaded. 

Rowen knows there’s no happily-ever-after for the golden boy and the rebel girl—happily-right-now is a stretch—so she tries to forget and ignore the boy who makes her feel things she’s not sure she’s ready to feel. But the more she pushes him away, the closer he seems to get. The more she convinces herself she doesn’t care, the harder she falls. 

When her dark secrets refuse to stay locked behind the walls she’s kept up for years, Rowen realizes it’s not just everyone else she needs to be honest with. It’s herself

Beauty from Surrender

Beauty from Surrender is book # of the Beauty Series by Georgia Cates. I have reviewed the first book here, and I completely love it!

Unfortunately, I barely finish this book. The first part was really good, it was about Laurelyn coming back to the States devastated because Jack Henry didn't follow her. BTW I hated (OK, not hated it, but I got tired of it) the name "Jack Henry", maybe at the beginning it was OK because the name meant something for his mom, but you get into a point that pronouncing both names all the time gets annoying. And talking about names, Laurelyn also changed names all the time thorough the book, firsts she was Page something, then Laurelyn something, then her stage name, then just  " L" then idk so many names! Basically after a couple of months, Jack Henry finds Laurelyn, of course she is kind of famous now and living the life that she always dream of, but after Jack Henry comes back to her life, she doesn't find the singing part fun anymore. She started to notice that the life she has always dream of, was not for There is basically no plot in this second book, nothing exciting worth of talking.

Unfortunately, I don't think I'll read book # 3. Book 1 was really good, but this book was really disappointing.