Get Bent is only book 2 in the Hard Rock Roots series but you wouldn't know that from all the crazy awesome goings on that has already happened and thGet Bent is only book 2 in the Hard Rock Roots series but you wouldn't know that from all the crazy awesome goings on that has already happened and thankfully I bought the rest of the series so I can easily keep going.
I love this book just as much as Real Ugly but in a totally different way. This time around you get a lot more mystery but still with the right amount of music and lyrics you wish were actual songs. You knew mystery and rock and roll could go together to make one epic series and from reading just books 1 and 2 I know things will only get more nerve racking and intense.
Naomi is obviously missing and Turner is doing everything in his power to find her. The lengths he went to screams I Love You and it was amazing watching him transform himself into a better guy all around. The plot from Real Ugly is taken up a few notches with more players mixed in this twisted game of hide and seek/cat and mouse and once again being left on one major cliffhanger that has you going crazy for more but I wouldn't want these books any other way and thankfully there are still plenty more in this series to read and love....more
I am happy that I finally got around to reading My Favorite Mistake but unfortunately for me I didn't love it likI am rating My Favorite Mistake a 3.5
I am happy that I finally got around to reading My Favorite Mistake but unfortunately for me I didn't love it like I thought I would. I was totally hooked by the blurb but found that it didn't truly depict what actually happens in the story. The main reason I didn't love My Favorite Mistake was the main girl, Taylor. I got that she had past issues and such, but she was way too hardcore for me. The first time she meets Hunter, who is the roommate to Taylor and two other girls, she basically beats him up. Her attitude also turned me off, I found her way too rude. Hunter was great, being the perfect mix of bad boy and sweetheart. He was the carefree spirit and too many times Taylor asked if he was bipolar. Sadly I think that Hunter should have asked her that instead because of the complete 180 she does in the book. Taylor and Hunter for the first half just bicker at each other, totally dancing around each other, and it went on for too long. You also don't get much insight into Taylor's secret or Hunter's secret until much later in the story. I thought the ending happened a little too quickly for having taken so long to get there. I don't want to say much more to avoid giving any spoilers so I'll just end this with saying that yes My Favorite Mistake is a good book and I fell for Hunter, I just wish I loved it more....more
I picked up The Hazards of a One Night Stand right after finishing The Hazards of Skinny Dipping. I was excited to read this butI am rating this a 3.5
I picked up The Hazards of a One Night Stand right after finishing The Hazards of Skinny Dipping. I was excited to read this but unfortunately that didn't last long. For some reason I didn't like Mallory all that much. She seemed too superficial with the whole dating older guys thing even when she didn't like them. Also she was always ashamed of Colt because he was younger and that was just horrible. Colt seemed way too cocky in the beginning of the book, always broadcasting the hook up he and Mallory had. That mad me mad for her but he turned out to be a total sweetie. Both Tanner and Mallory's dad were horrible and thankfully not in the book that often. I did love Cara and Juliet in this book. They were so awesome to Mallory no matter what was happening and always had great advice. Hazards ended in a cute way that I loved and I do hope for more because all these characters are so great....more
Wow hands down Ten Tiny Breaths is one of my all time favorite books and that list is extremely small. What makes this book so special is the hard hitWow hands down Ten Tiny Breaths is one of my all time favorite books and that list is extremely small. What makes this book so special is the hard hitting issues that the characters experience and live with. And the writing couldn't have been more perfect. You get a very real, very modern voice from Kacey and yes there is cuss words but that's what makes her so honest. You meet Kacey and her younger sister Livvie on a bus to Miami. It's four years after the horrific car accident that Kacey survived but left her family and friends dead. The two girls moved to start a new life in a very different environment to try to get their lives back. We soon meet Trent, who quickly comes into the picture but I so didn't mind. He is the most perfect blend of good, bad, and mysterious. We also meet Storm who I loved very much. Ten Tiny Breaths has a great cast of characters who all have their own important parts to play in the story. There was one part of the story that I figured out on my own, but I was so invested in Kacey's life that I was right there with her feeling all those emotions as they played out. Ten Tiny Breaths is an amazing story one I would gladly reread many times. Next is Livvie's story, One Tiny Lie, and I definitely can't wait to read from her voice....more
Oh my goodness Through the Ever Night is non stop excitement and I loved every second, word, page. There was never a dull moment which I am grateful fOh my goodness Through the Ever Night is non stop excitement and I loved every second, word, page. There was never a dull moment which I am grateful for and I finally got to meet Liv which I have been waiting for since first knowing about her. I absolutely loved Aria in this story she grew up so well. Taking control and becoming fearless and sure of herself while kicking butt. I loved watching Perry grow into himself as Blood Lord and becoming a better person altogether. Roar was still his crazy funny self that I love so much. I didn't like that the majority of the story Aria and Perry were apart but it was necessary, just missed all the nice swoony moments. I must have Into the Still Blue pronto I am so excited to see what comes of the finale of this great trilogy....more
Just finished Death, Doom, and Detention and I couldn't be more excited for a series. For being the second book in what I'm guessing is a trilogy, thiJust finished Death, Doom, and Detention and I couldn't be more excited for a series. For being the second book in what I'm guessing is a trilogy, this couldn't have been more great. I am even favoring this book over Death and the Girl Next Door.
You are brought right back into Riley's Switch along with Lor and the gang. Thankfully there were flashbacks to what happened in the first book because there were some parts I didn't quite remember. Lorelei and Brooke are trying to gain more control of her visions while Jared and Cameron try to figure out all the crazy things that are happening. Ghosts and other spirits have left but there is still no calm. A new kid, Vincent, shows up at school and soon after a lot of other students are acting strange and some becoming violent.
Death, Doom, and Detention has the right amount of action and fact finding. The only thing missing was Jared. After being absent for a few days which felt longer, Jared comes back home different and more volatile. Then a fight with Cameron has him taken out of the story again and I so missed him. Thankfully there was so much happening to cover his absence. Lorelei learned some new tricks and found out information about her family. Unfortunately I still dont feel much for her. Yes Lorelei had a bad start to life and has to live with visions and being a prophet that stops a war. But she really doesn't try to figure much out and anything she does learn she keeps to herself. Cameron was around more and I loved watching him become more comfortable around everyone, especially Brooke. Even when bickering they are so cute together and I do hope to see more of that. Brooke is the best friend that everyone wishes they had. She is just completely fearless and takes in everything no questions asked. I did hope for more out the ending though. I was a little let down with how quick and easy everything happened but then again I don't think this ending was supposed to be anything major. I do hope there is more in this series than one more book but if not than I bet it will be complete with action and awesomeness and hopefully more Jared....more
OMG the White Rabbit Chronicles gets better and better and I was glad that Through the Zombie Glass took place right after the Alice in Zombieland. SoOMG the White Rabbit Chronicles gets better and better and I was glad that Through the Zombie Glass took place right after the Alice in Zombieland. So much action takes place throughout the story and I was so wrapped up in everything. Cheering the slayers on and feeling everyone's emotions when either good or bad happened. Ali and Cole did frustrate me a lot but I do understand where both were coming from. And both redeemed themselves so I forgive them. Everything else about Through the Zombie Glass I absolutely loved and can't wait to get my hands on Queen of Zombie Hearts to continue this amazing adventure....more
Heartbeat was a cute, quick read. I do wish it was longer but at the same time I am glad it ended where it did. I liked Heartbeat but I didn't love itHeartbeat was a cute, quick read. I do wish it was longer but at the same time I am glad it ended where it did. I liked Heartbeat but I didn't love it. Most of the story seemed repetitive to me with a lot being from Emma's inner thoughts. Also most of Heartbeat is centered around Emma, Dan, her mother, and the baby, which of course is supposed to be a huge part of the book but I was looking for more of Caleb. He was so cute and great, carrying his own grief and acting them out by stealing cars and doing drugs. I love how he complimented Emma and vice versa but like I said there wasn't enough of these two together. Again Heartbeat was a cute story and I am happy I read it....more