{Review} Rules of Seduction by Jenna Mullins (with Giveaway)

If you’re looking for a fun summer read with a somewhat naive heroine and a superstar love interest, then check out Rules for Seduction by debut author Jenna Mullins.

{Review} The Truth About Jack by Jody Gehrman

The great idea for this story and sweet boy wasn’t enough to make up for the slow pacing and lack of connection in The Truth About Jack by Jody Gehrman.

{Review} Moonlands by Steven Savile

We might go back and give Moonlands another try, but we doubt it.

{Review} The Orphan Queen by Jodi Meadows

The Orphan Queen is about discovering the price you are willing to pay for what you think is right when you’re living in a world ruled by those wishing to keep you down, and what it’s like to have to hide behind armor and become someone you’re not just to survive. It’s not the best thing Jodi Meadows has ever written, but we’ll be back for more.

{Review} Boarding School Girls by Helen Eve

We just couldn’t get through BOARDING SCHOOL GIRLS by Helen Eve. #flounce

{Review} Perfected by Kate Jarvik Birch

We needed more–from the characters, from the romance, and from the story of Perfected by Kate Jarvik Birch.

{Review} Sway by Kat Spears

We wanted more from these characters–transition, redemption, something. We didn’t get it, but maybe you’ll like SWAY by Kat Spears a lot more than we did.

{Review} Deadly Little Sins by Kara Taylor

We were ultimately disappointed in the conclusion to the Prep School Confidential, Deadly Little Sins.