Walking Disaster by Jamie McGuire

From New York Times Bestselling Author Jamie McGuire brings us Walking Disaster.  We all met Abby “Pigeon” and Travis “Mad dog” in Jamie McGuire’s Beautiful Disaster.  We fell in love with their story and wanted more.  Abby had her voice and shared their beautiful journey together and now it’s Travis’s turn.  Travis fights hard but fought harder to win the heart of Abby.  This is his voice, this is his story, you think you loved Travis before well hold on {Read More}

Being Me by Lisa Renee Jones

Reviewed by M.Leigh 6 out of 5 stars J Seriously, if I could, I would give this book 6 out of 5 stars! IT. IS. THAT. GOOD. Period. Lisa Renee Jones really outdid hersel First off let me say, if you have NOT the first book in this series, If I Were You, you MUST read it. This is NOT a stand alone book. Also, if you have NOT read Rebecca’s Lost Journals, The Seduction and The Contract, you need {Read More}

Collide by Gail McHugh

Collide: Hit with force After the death of her mother, Emily Cooper moves to New York for a fresh start.  Living with her best friend Olivia and being closer to her boyfriend, Dillon, Emily feels like life is starting to fall into place. Dillon Parker has skeletons in his own closet that he tries to keep buried because he knows he can’t live with Emily and he will stop at nothing to keep her by his side.  Nothing and no {Read More}

Light in the Shadows by A. Meredith Walters Blog Tour!!!!

  BLURB: How do you keep going when you feel like your life is over? Maggie never thought she’d see Clay again. So, she attempts to put her life back together after her heart has been shattered to pieces. Moving on and moving forward, just as Clay wanted her to. Clay never stopped thinking of Maggie. Even after ripping their lives apart and leaving her behind to get the help he so desperately needed. He is healing…slowly. But his heart {Read More}

Always There by Carol Ann Albright-Eastman Blog Tour!!!!!

Blurb:  For readers who loved The Five People You Meet in Heaven, For One More Day, or The Shack. “People walked up the front steps of the funeral home, preparing themselves to see the grieving orphaned children of the woman who passed, but what did they find instead? The youngest orphaned child was snacking on a Quarter Pounder with cheese, drinking a medium Diet Coke, and laughing in a chair with her friends.”  In this fresh, poignant novel, Always There, {Read More}