Strobe Edge by Io Sakisaka

If you’ve read the manga Ao Haru Ride by Io Sakisaka, you’ll have a good idea as to how Strobe Edge will be. You can read my review here. There is a lot of similarities in both stories, but they both stand out individually in many ways. And that stand-out points are the characters. The…

Mending Heartstrings (Forging Forever #1) by Aria Glazki

I received an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review. Kane’s a country singer who’s tangled with too many deceitful women. He’s learned his lesson: girls are for flirting and fun; emotions are for his music. But after spending a night with an earnest woman unlike any he’s known, he can’t force her out of…

The Fourteen Day Soul Detox by Rita Stradling

I received an e-ARC by the author and via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.  Volume One of the Novella Serial. In the next fourteen days, I plan to: Body 1) Cut back on my coffee intake. 2) Gain some of my weight back. 3) Start getting some exercise again (aside from having sex…

Tackle by Holly Hart

I received an e-ARC from RedCape Romance PR in exchange for an honest review.  The rule journalists live by? Never become the story. And whatever you do, don’t sleep with him! Diana: My life’s changing so fast I’ve got whiplash! Two weeks ago, the only reporting I did was for the website… Cute little league…

Amanzimtoti: The Ridge by Carmen Shea-Hepburn

I was given an ARC by the author for an honest review. Set in Amanzimtoti, South Africa, the story follows Wayne du Preez as he starts his matric. Completing his final year of high school won’t be his only problem, however, when a boy from his childhood makes a surprise reappearance in small town Toti,…

Outspoken by Lora Richardson

I received an ARC through the author in exchange for an honest review. Penny Beck is a girl who says yes when she means no. She keeps to herself, follows the rules, and does what she’s told. After a disastrous experience with her boyfriend, she’s determined to change from the spineless person she’s always been…

Because You’ll Never Meet Me by Leah Thomas

Ollie and Moritz are best friends, but they can never meet. Ollie is allergic to electricity. Contact with it causes debilitating seizures. Moritz’s weak heart is kept pumping by an electronic pacemaker. If they ever did meet, Ollie would seize. But Moritz would die without his pacemaker. Both hermits from society, the boys develop a…