Book review: Me Before You by Jojo Moyes

Title: Me Before You Author: Jojo Moyes Daniela’s rating: 4 stars Daniela’s review I really, really enjoyed this book. I loved reading it and getting to know these beautiful and layered characters. “Push yourself. Don’t Settle. Just live well. Just LIVE.” As you all may know, Me Before You is the story of two people finding each other in really particular circumstances. Lou just lost her job and is desperate to find something,...

Book review: Emmy and Oliver by Robin Benway

Title: Emmy and Oliver Author: Robin Benway Daniela’s Rating: 4 stars Daniela’s review “The more you start to love someone, the more you ache when they’re gone, and maybe it’s that middle ground that hurts the most, when you can see them and still not feel like you’re near enough.” I loved everything about this book. When I first read the blurb, I felt it was something I would like to read, and...

Book Review: Love Will by Lori L. Otto

Title: Love Will Author: Lori L. Otto Daniela’s Rating: 5 stars Daniela’s review You must know what love feels like… well, my love for Will goes beyond that and more.  I swear, I love this kid with my heart and soul. I never thought of myself as someone who would read spin-offs and spin-offs of book series. I’ve even said that no one would catch me doing that, because sometimes it feels like...

Book Review: In Place of Never by Julie Anne Lindsey

Title: In Place of Never Author: Julie Anne Lindsey Daniela’s Rating: 4 stars Daniela’s review **ARC provided by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review** This was a really nice surprise. I requested this book because the cover drew me in. After I saw it, I went and read the blurb of the book and thought it sounded like something I would like. And it was. This book introduces you to...

Book Review: Royal Marriage Market by Heather Lyons

Title: Royal Marriage Market Author: Heather Lyons Daniela’s Rating: 4 stars Daniela’s review In Royal Marriage Market we are introduced to a world where fairy tales and reality find common ground. I liked that. Heather managed to mix that perfectly, but then again, she always does smile emoticon “New traditions, I’m learning, can sometimes be even better than the old.” In this story we are introduced to a royal world, where a...

Book Review: After The Rain by Renée Carlino

Title: After The Rain Author: Renée Carlino Daniela’s Rating: 3.5 stars Daniela’s review Renée Carlino is good at what she does. Scratch that. She’s amazing at what she does. From the moment I first read Sweet Thing, I fell in love with her writing style and the way she manages to create beautiful and relatable characters. She knows how to write from a girl’s point of view, but she certainly knows how...

Book Review: Fade to Red by Willow Aster

Title: Fade to Red Author: Willow Aster Soreonne’s rating: 5 stars, must read! Soreonne’s review Blurb: Dancing in pop superstar Beckham Woods’ entourage was the last thing Roxie wanted. Her life with little Leo was blissfully ordinary; she didn’t have time for the drama that stirring up old memories would surely cause. But when Roxie took a spot on an international tour with Woods and rock icon Ian Sterling, the lure of...

Book Review: Before We Were Strangers by Renee Carlino

Title: Before We Were Strangers Author: Renee Carlino Daniela’s Rating: 5+ stars Daniela’s review **ARC provided by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review** “Friends forever might have been a tired expression, but when he asked, it was like music or poetry. I knew it meant something else. I knew it meant I need you in my life.”...

Book Review: Days Like This by Danielle Ellison

  Title: Days Like This Author: Danielle Ellison Rating:  **ARC provided by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. 3.75 stars. “We were nothing, but we were everything.” This was such a nice surprise! I love it when I find books by authors I know absolutely nothing about, and they turn out to be a good one. This book was just a sweet story about self-discovery and finding that happy ending and the...