Book Review: Swear on This Life by Renee Carlino

A beautiful story about second chances, forgiveness, and love.

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Must Read | 5/5 stars | Pre-order your copy of Swear on This Life | Releases 8.9.16

Overview: Emiline’s handed a copy of a new bestselling book by J. Colby and realizes its about her and the past she’s tried so hard to forget. Feelings she pushed deep down begin to resurface leaving her angry and hurt. Seeking answers, a flame is rekindled and a love story unravels between two kids who found refuge in each others company.

What I loved: Beautiful and unique story, flashbacks, Jase, the raw emotions and connections.

What I didn’t: Trevor (up until the end).

If you liked Before We Were Strangers: Pick this up right now! Like right this instant. Go ahead and pre-order it or run to the store on August 9th!!

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I received a copy from Atria Books in exchange for an honest review.

Book Review: The Regulars by Georgia Clark

Being Pretty comes with a price…

Amusing! | 4/5 stars | Pre-order your copy of The Regulars | Releases 8.2.16

Overview: 
Evie, Willow, and Krista have low self esteem and are unhappy with their current state. When an acquaintance of Krista’s passes off a potion called Pretty, they’re more than tempted to test their luck. With just one drop they turn into gorgeous supermodels – tall, curvy, voluminous hair, and catch the eye of everyone who passes, but perfection comes with a price.

What I loved: 
How it raised questions about societies unrealistic beauty standards, focused on accepting yourself and your flaws, confirmation of my opinions on beauty.

What I didn’t: 
The Pretty version of the characters, unrealistic at times, a few mixed signals.

If you like the sounds of The Devil Wears Prada mixed with Sex and the City and just a splash of 50 Shades of Gray: You’ll love this!

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I won the ARC copy from Atria Books and received the finished copy from BookSparks in exchange for an honest review.

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