Set in a dystopian future, The Drift depicts a shattered world of injustice following humanities evolution into three distinct races.
Book Tour/Review: The Stars Within by Lena Alison Knight
Blurb: For Kerelle Evandra, her psionic powers have always meant three things: mandatory service to a multigalactic corporation, a luxurious lifestyle as a prized asset, and an electronic collar that will kill her if she steps out of line. As a powerful telekinetic, she’s spent the last ten years of her life in the corporate […]
Review: Get A Life Chloe Brown (The Brown Sisters #1) by Talia Hibbert
Do you ever feel like reading something outside of your comfort zone? I have been in those moods lately and I am happy to say that Get A Life Chloe Brown Did exactly what I needed it to do. I am a mood reader and anyone that is a mood reader knows it is not easy to find something you can love and stick with. Get A Life Chloe Brown was such a sweet book with wonderful, quirky characters. It has drama, love and a lot of steam. I quite honestly did not expect how much steaminess it really had.
Review: Good Morning, Midnight by Lily Brooks-Dalton
Good Morning, Midnight is a book that I am not really used to reading but I gave it a chance because the synopsis really intrigued me. The first couple of chapters were very slow pace. Usually when this happens, I lose track and I feel like I don’t want to continue. I gave it a shot anyway because I truly felt interest in the wellbeing of the characters and the outcome of their future. This book is based in a post apocalyptical setting giving us no information about what exactly happened to earth. All we know is that something happened and there is no one left to reach out to. You would think that would be enough to keep me reading right?