Monday, August 22, 2016


WOW! Anti-Stepbrother was everything I had envisioned it to be and so much more. Tijan did not disappoint! Once again she hit the mark.

Anti-Stepbrother is a stand-alone and is told mostly in the heroine's POV. It was invigorating, refreshing and enslaving. I was totally engrossed from start to finish and Tijan had me hooked from the very first page. I love this author. Every book she writes shackles me, so my 5 Star rating is no surprise. Her writing style is remarkable and often duplicated. If Tijan releases a book, you can bank on me reading it!!

The heroine was hilariously funny, sweet and loyal.
The hero was sexy, pretentious and a loving brother who will melt your heart. I've added another book boyfriend to my list!!!

I'm not going to go into too much detail because this is a book you need to read on your own.

I highly recommend everyone read this one. I give Anti-Stepbrother 5 Crazie Stars!!!

**ARC kindly provided by Author via exchange for an honest review**

Monday, March 28, 2016


Logan Kade, by Tijan, is part of  the Fallen Crest Series. It's sensual, raw, and utterly addictive. I devoured this book.  DEVOURED!!!  It can be read as a standalone, but in order  to get the ultimate effect, I highly recommend that you read her prior books in this series first.

Tijan is by far one of my favorite authors. Her writing style is solid, powerful and compelling. She lures you in, and then you're hooked. Her characters are unique, complex, and incredibly fascinating. Logan and Mason Kade are two of my all time favorite characters. I will never get enough of them. I will always want more!

When I first heard that Logan was getting his own book, I was so excited and nervous at the same time. I knew that Logan was supposedly getting a love interest, and I didn't know how I felt about that. I love Mason and Sam together...I crave them. But, I crave Logan right along with them...'The Fearsome Threesome'- I was honestly a little jealous of the thought of him falling in love.  Selfish I know, but those were my feelings. 

Tijan did it though. She pulled it off for me. I was ecstatic with how it all unfolded. I will not go into much with my review, because it's a book that you need to experience all on your own. 

Tijan is undeniably one of the best authors out there. I definitely recommend Logan Kade, as well as, the entire Fallen Crest Series. Without a doubt, one of the best series ever written!!

I give Logan Kade 5 Crazie Sex Machine Stars!!!~Kim

Friday, March 18, 2016


I'm a huge fan of Kylie Scott and her Stage Dive Series so I went into this book with huge 
expectations.  Even though I did enjoy this book, I didn't fall in love with it like I did her Stage Dive Series. I was ready for angst, angst, and more angst 
but I didn't get that...but what I did get was a fun refreshing read. 

Dirty is a book you just have to read for yourself.  If you are a fan of Kylie Scott, I'm sure you're gonna really love this book.  Oh, and I have to mention that my favorite character from the Stage Dive Series makes an appearance in this book...HECK YES!!!! And because of that, I added half a star!!! 

I give Dirty 4 Crazie Stars!!! ~Kim


My Perfect Mistake by Kelly Siskind is a fun fast read. Even though I didn't love this book, I did enjoy  segments of it, as well as the characters and supporting characters.

Unfortunately, I found my self wanting to skim throughout parts of the book.  It just didn't keep my attention at all times. I feel like once again, I'm in the minority with this one. I wish I could say that I loved this book, but I can't...but, I did like it. Would I recommend this book? Most definitely!! 

I give My Perfect Mistake 3 Crazie Stars!! ~Kim

Sunday, February 21, 2016


Cipher, by Emma Shade, is a standalone and is told in the heroine's POV.  It's mysterious, enticing, and will keep you on your toes until the very end. It's a little tamed down from the books I normally read, but so refreshing I must say. It's YA with some paranormal elements.

In this sweet, mysterious love story, we are introduced to Grayson and Jazmin.   

Jazmin has to start over her Senior year of high school in a new state and a new town. She has to make new friends and adjust to her new life, and she's not very happy about it. The kids at her new school are not very welcoming to her except for the hottest guy in school, and one of the flawless elite, Grayson Sterling.

It doesn't take long for Jazmin to realize that Crawstone, Indiana, is not the town it appears to be. Something strange is going on and she is determined to find out what that is. She is being haunted by a ghost of a girl that was murdered in her new town. 

I'm gonna stop right here so I don't give too much away. I really enjoyed this book. Emma Shade has a creative imagination. I've read her previous books and I loved them. This book is definitely different from her normal writing style, but she did add a little bit of paranormal in this one.  I'm not normally a paranormal fan so that tells you what kind of author Emma Shade is.   

I definitely recommend Cipher. If you like YA then this is the book for you. If you like paranormal, then this is a book for you.  It's not considered a paranormal book but it does have a touch of paranormal element to it.

I give Cipher 4 Crazie Stars!! ~Kim

Saturday, February 20, 2016


When I read the synopsis of His Light in the Dark, I had to read it. Childhood friends to lovers are some of my favorite reads. 

Unfortunately, this book wasn't for me. I never really felt connected to the characters. I loved Mace, who was Mia's father, and his character. I even liked Cole and Mia. I just never really got drawn in. I love when a book pulls me in and that's all I can think about for days after I'm finished. This book just didn't meet my expectations.

I liked the book and the direction it was going, it just never really got there for me. I felt it could have been shortened some because it lost me for awhile. I caught myself skimming to get through. The first part of the book and the last part of the book I actually loved. It was the middle where I got distracted and started skimming. 

I'm thinking maybe it was just me and my mindset at the time of reading this one. I would recommend the book. The author does a great job with her writing and the storyline was a good one. I just didn't connect with these characters like I wanted to. So that could be on me and not the author. 

I give His Light in the Dark 3 Crazie Stars! ~Kim