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Review: Twisted Reflections (Adventures of Alexis Davenport #2) by Shay West

Review: Twisted Reflections (Adventures of Alexis Davenport #2) by Shay West
Posted March 9, 2015 in review / 0 Comments

This book follows the story of Alexis, who can travel back in time to kind of “save” the day. Based on the previous book, there seemed to always be this evil guy that’s been traipsing through time, ruining different events. Everytime, Alexis gets sent back to the same time as him, and had to save the day. Though, her previous attempt at time-travelling, she died. She was thrown into a void, but for unknown reasons, she managed to force her way back into her body. So, this time, when she was thrown back to the Egyptian time, she finally saw […]

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Review: Prove Me Wrong by Tessa Marie

Review: Prove Me Wrong by Tessa Marie
Posted March 1, 2015 in review / 0 Comments

Okay, this book has quite a cliched storyline, but hey, let’s give it some credit where it’s due, alright? Luke, who has always been a bad boy in his school, is known for his notorious playboy reputation and the only thing on his mind is obviously sex. So when he meets new girl, Hailey, he totally wanted to get her into his bed. But soon, he realises that there’s more to Hailey than meets the eye. Hailey seemed like a normal girl, but behind closed doors, she’s actually a mother due to a mistake in the past. Juggling school, work […]

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Review: Penalty Kick by Terence O’leary

Review: Penalty Kick by Terence O’leary
Posted February 28, 2015 in review / 0 Comments

This book is about two different person. Brooke has always lived her life in fear. Cancer has always been a part of her, and having to go through hair loss and losing her knee made her stronger than before. But when she finally defeated cancer, she gets to live life again. Until she met Josh. Josh has everything he wanted, until the day his mom died in the car accident, in a car that he was driving. Suddenly feeling guilty and sad and angry, it seemed like he could not go on with life. But then, Brooke came along and […]

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Review: Mary Hades (Mary Hades #1) by Sarah Dalton

Review: Mary Hades (Mary Hades #1) by Sarah Dalton
Posted February 28, 2015 in review / 0 Comments

I’m totally in love with this series. Mary Hades (that last name though, awesome) has been through a lot; she got admitted into a mental ward, almost got killed by a psychotic doctor who, by the way, killed her best friend, and also managed to get said-best friend as a ghost best friend now. YUP, you heard that right. Mary now has a ghost who follows her around, her quirky, sassy best friend, Lacey. So when she (Mary) had to go on some lame (her words, not mine) summer trip to some unknown place, she tried to make the best […]