BOOK REVIEW: Play On, by Samantha Young

Play On was a passable read which could not compete with Samantha Young’s On Dublin Street series. Nora O’Brien’s life isn’t going quite as planned. Knocked off track by her father’s untimely accident, Nora is trapped in her small Indiana town with no way out, watching while her dreams of college evaporate. Presented with an opportunity one summer, Nora steals away in the middle of the night and chases her dream to

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BOOK REVIEW: Lick, by Kylie Scott

Lick was hilarious and enjoyable in parts but tedious and eye roll worthy in others.  An easy read for anyone looking to binge some Rockstar Romances. Evelyn goes to Vegas with her bestie to celebrate her 21st birthday. What she doesn’t tell her best friend is her real reason for going: she’s determined to have good sex for the first time and erase the nightmare of her actual first time with a

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BOOK REVIEW: Breaking Hollywood, by Samantha Towle

Breaking Hollywood is a light and fluffy read on the surface. It’s a highly enjoyable new adult contemporary romance and very in keeping with Samantha Towle’s other works. Breaking Hollywood is a follow-up book to Wardrobe Malfunction and catches up with wardrobe mistress Ava after the unfortunate loss of her job. Absorbed in her problems, Ava doesn’t notice Gabriel Evans, her Hollywood A-list crush, walking up to her car. Ava breaks Gabriel’s foot and,

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New Chapter, New Novel

It’s been nearly two years since I finished my first novel and I still hate it and the characters. I’ve spent those two years focusing on other mediums…. film, theatre, TV, web… basically anything but prose. The concept and characters of this new book are familiar ones and they should be because it’s actually a book I abandoned in 2011 because I didn’t think it had legs. I’d written nearly 28K

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