ARC Review: Mirage by Tracy Clark


My feelings about this book are complicated because while I thoroughly enjoyed it, Mirage walks a thin line between dealing with mental health and being a thriller and the two don’t overlap in a way which allows both things to be explored and established completely. What the book does do well is teenagers. Teens who […]

ARC Review: Burning by Danielle Rollins


When a book’s tagline is “Orange is the New Black with a twist,” one cannot help but be drawn to the book. When the book also has a creepy cover and a REALLY cool premise, one feels the need to get one’s hands on it as soon as possible. One in this case is obviously […]

ARC Review: The Masked Truth by Kelley Armstrong

The Masked Truth

I am a major Kelley Armstrong fangirl so I knew I would love this book but I still ended up being surprised by it. The Masked Truth is so different from Kelley Armstrong’s YA novels in that it’s more mature and also happens to be a thriller (her YA books so far have been Urban Fantasy/Fantasy.) […]

ARC Review: Black Widow: Forever Red by Margaret Stohl

Black Widow Forever Rd

I actually didn’t start watching marvel movies until earlier this year. I know. I am a disgrace. I just didn’t know what I was missing out on, guys.  One thing I have always been aware of is that there is not nearly enough of Black Widow out there. She is an important character in the […]

Review: Ruthless by Carolyn Lee Adams – Woods + Psycho on the loose = TERROR


Yup, this book was amazing, guys. (and seriously, watch the video – I did another reenactment there!) A summary of why the book’s awesome: – It’s atmospheric. Guaranteed to put you on your toes. I mean, a psycho’s out there; you can’t let your guard down now, can you?! – It’s character-driven and plot-driven at […]

ARC Review: The Fixer by Jennifer Lynn Barnes

The Fixer

What we need more in YA is political thrillers. SERIOUSLY. This book was so much fun and so addictive. It’s the kind of book you want to high-five while reading (don’t question my logic of high-fiving inanimate objects). For starters, believe the tagline, this book actually did remind me of Scandal (the tv show) and in […]

Review + PH Giveaway: Vanishing Girls by Lauren Oliver


THIS BOOK MADE ME CRY. GOSH DARN IT, ONION-CUTTING NINJAS! You’re probably wondering, “Whoa, is this actually a contemporary drama or something?” Well, it’s not, my dear friends – it’s a psychological suspense thriller about two sisters who drifted apart after a car accident; a story of regret, bitterness, and ultimately, forgiveness. This is an […]