Turning The Pages: ‘By The Book’ by Julia Sonneborn

You know that we love a good book and we love a good book cover. When we got BY THE BOOK in the mail, to be honest with you – we fell in love with the cover. The simplicity, the…

Turning The Pages: ‘She Regrets Nothing’ by Andrea Dunlop

New York. Living here is one of the craziest things in the world and yet it’s one of the best places to live. I find myself at home here and maybe that’s why I love to get wrapped up in…

Turning the Pages: ‘This Is Not A Love Letter’

Title: This Is Not A Love Letter Author: Kim Purcell Rating: 4.5 Stars Blurb: This Is Not A Love Letter drew us in from the very first page and hasn’t let go of us weeks later. We doubt it ever…

“The Lost Season of Love and Snow” by Jennifer Laam Review

Jennifer Laam’s “The Lost Season of Love and Snow” is a surprising book in many ways, and yet a comforting book in so many others – and those are often the important ones. If you’re wavering between picking this up…

Turning The Pages: Colleen Hoover’s “Without Merit”

Without Merit Colleen Hoover Release Date: October 3rd, 2017 Blurb: Sometimes I think I read Colleen Hoovers books to punish myself and then I remember that I read them because she reminds me what it’s like to feel alive, love,…

Turning the Pages: ‘All or Nothing At All’ by Jennifer Probst

If you talk to my friends or anyone who knows me – they will tell you that I am a wanna be cynic, but that I believe in love. Maybe I do, maybe I don’t. What I do know is…

Book Review: 100 Things Game of Thrones Fans Should Know and Do Before They Die by Rowan Kaiser

I wanted to start this review with something witty, perhaps in the title, but honestly, has a book title ever been more specific about what it will offer than this one? No witty quip is better than the book title…

Turning the Pages Review: ‘Borrowed Souls: A Soul Charmer Novel’

Urban Fantasy. Lately we’ve been getting into it more and more. We’ve been interested in takes on the world that aren’t reality – cause lets face it – this world is sometimes too much to take. We recently read Borrowed…

Turning the Pages: 10 Things I Can See From Here

  Sometimes the hardest thing about reading a book – wanting to read it because of the synopsis – is that you are faced with two outcomes. Loving it or hating it. Sometimes there is just no in between. And…