Category: Celebrations

#NewReview~~A Fate of Wrath & Flame by K.A. Tucker

Rating: Sandy’s 4.75 Blush Review! K.A. Tucker writes mystery (Burying Water), I’m here for it.  She writes dark romance (He Will be My Ruin), I’m here for it.  She writes under a different nom de plume (Nina West), I’m here for it.  She wants to make a state (Alaska) a main character in her book, I’m here for it.  She writes psychological fiction (Keep Her Safe), you already know what I’m going to say….she also has one of my favorite covers of all time (Ten Tiny Breaths). Now she delves into a world of fantasy – something a little different...

#4Blush Review~~Evin’s Fight by Ahren Sanders

Rating: Stephanie’s 4 Blush Review Evin’s Fight has everything that I love about contemporary romance. Amazing characters, swoony moments, lots of sexy times. There is no shortage of super sexy alpha men or beautiful, kind, amazing, independent women! Evin Graham is hot, successful and single. Devoted to his family and friend, he works hard and plays harder. A trip to Vegas with his family changes everything. He also likes control… “I was close to losing control, Poppy, and I’m not a man who loses control.” Poppy Malone is such a beautiful person. Kind, laid back, fun and flirty. Her style is...

#GraphicNovel~~Championess by Kelly Zekas and Tarun Shanker

Rating: Championess An exciting new YA original graphic novel, Championess, is based on the true story of Elizabeth Wilkinson, a young female bare-knuckle boxer in 18th Century London. From writers Kelly Zekas and Tarun Shanker (authors of the YA Historical Paranormal Romance series, These Vicious Masks), Championess tells the captivating untold story of Wilkinson, reimagined as half-Indian, as she confronts her personal demons of what destroyed her family, while also pursuing her passion of boxing and coming to terms with being the first half-Indian female boxer in a white male world. Alex’s 4 Blush Review One thing I love is a story about a strong female character, and...

#NewReview~~365 Days by Blanka Lipinska

Rating: 365 Days by Blanka Lipinska Now a hit Netflix film! The sexy and deeply romantic internationally bestselling novel that inspired the blockbuster movie. Laura Biel and her boyfriend are on a dream vacation in beautiful Sicily. On the second day of their trip, her twenty-ninth birthday, she is kidnapped. Her kidnapper is none other than the head of a powerful Sicilian crime family, the incredibly handsome, young Don Massimo Torricelli, who is determined to possess her at all costs. Massimo has his reasons. During an earlier attempt on his life, a vision appeared before his eyes: a beautiful woman,...

#4.5BlushReviewHamilton and Me by Giles Terera

Rating: Hamilton and Me: An Actor’s Journal by Giles Terera ‘One of the most joyous and clear-eyed approaches to playing a character that I have ever read… I am so grateful Giles took notes on his process and turned them into this book. I was already in awe of his performance; now I’m in awe of his humanity and attention to detail and willingness to share the hard work and magic that goes into it.’ Lin-Manuel Miranda, from his Foreword ‘Stand. Breathe. Look. Try to empty my mind. Somehow, for some reason, I have been brought to this place to tell...

You Loved Me Once by Corinne Michaels

Rating: You Loved Me Once by Corinne Michaels is now LIVE! Download Now! ● Amazon ➜ https://amzn.to/2Tqmdgs ● AppleBooks ➜ https://geni.us/YLMO_Apple ● Barnes & Noble ➜ https://geni.us/YLMONook ● Kobo ➜ https://geni.us/YLMOKobo ● Google Play ➜ https://geni.us/YLMOGP ● Audible: https://geni.us/YLMO_Aud Louisa’s 5 Emotional Blush Review Babes… I know that every time I read a Corinne Michaels book I say – “this one’s my favorite” but seriously – this one might be my new favorite. Corinne Micheals had everything in this book to make you not want to stop reading (or listening). I listened to the audible and the narrator was perfect. I was brought right into...

Lessons in Sin by Pam Godwin

Rating: Lessons in Sin by Pam Godwin is now live! Dawn’s 4 Blush Review I need to go to confession after reading, Lessons in Sin by Pam Godwin!! Being a catholic girl, I stopped quite a few times did my cross, and asked God, to forgive me! Oh, I certainly got my Lessons in Sins with this one. Some scenes had me blushing and guilt-ridden! The story between Father Magnus “He’s so freaking hot” Falke and Ms. Tinsley “I take no shit” Constantine is no doubt scandalous, but not as scandalous as you might think… Magnus and Tinsley were inevitable! Their...

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Rating: ⭐⭐ ℕ?? ℝ?????? ⭐⭐ ?????ℎ???????? ?????????, ??????? ??? ??????… ?????? ??????: ????????? ?? ?? ??? ?????? ?? ???? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ?????????! STEPHANIE’S 5 BLUSH REVIEW “Be prepared to be emotionally destroyed! Poetic, full, and emotional!” These were my thoughts on page #20! Camden Walker is a story that was written from the very depths, the very heart, and soul of Aly Stiles. You will be pulled in by her writing. It is poetic, unique, and all-consuming.  In many ways, Camden Walker is a mystery. His background reeks of trauma and other issues that can destroy a person...

Review ~~ Girl One by Sara Flannery Murphy

Rating: Alex’s 4 Blush Review I thought that the premise of Girl One was super interesting. The concept of creating babies without male DNA and going against the natural order of things seemed like it would provide a suspenseful story with a lot of questions about morality and whether we could ever go too far with our scientific research. In addition to all the moral grayness, the missing person story and host of female characters are what initially drew me to this book.  Overall, I enjoyed it. I think it definitely delivered a suspenseful mystery that had a few pretty...

#FiveBlushRead ~~ Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Rating: Louisa’s 5 Blush Review Taylor Jenkins Reid is an author that is quickly becoming one of my favorites.  Her writing style is so unique and always so engaging.  I listened to Daisy Jones and the Six on audible and it’s one of my all-time favorites.  I found while reading that book (and this book) that TJR writes so well that I literally googled Daisy Jones and the Six to see if they were a real band in the ’70s!  I felt the same way while reading this book. This family was so real in my mind that I wanted...