Tag: Random House Children’s Books

Review: Shuffle, Repeat – Jen Klein

Review: Shuffle, Repeat –..

I picked Shuffle, Repeat on a total whim. I was trying to decide what I wanted to read next and it was quite literally next to me on my bed. Remembering what it was about I picked it up. I can honestly say I loved it from page one.  It pulled me in immediately and never looked back. It was funny and charming and sweet and felt like the truth. Basically I loved it. The premise of Shuffle, Repeat is one of my favorites. It’s about June and Oliver, two totally different people that have known each other since birth […]

Posted August 29, 2016 by Andi / 3 Comments
Blog Tour: When Joss Met Matt by Ellie Cahill plus a Giveaway

Blog Tour: When Joss Met Matt ..

I’m very happy to be a part of the blog tour for When Joss Met Matt. As a minimal fan of New Adult books I was thrilled to find that When Joss Met Matt far exceeded my expectations. For my stop on the blog tour you will find my review for the book, a definition for Sorbet Sex (you’ll understand when you read the book) and the rules for Sorbet Sex. Oh and of course a fab giveaway which goes until 3/3. US ONLY. Make sure you stop by the other tour participants’ blogs. You can find a list HERE: […]

Posted February 27, 2015 by Andi / 1 Comment
Review: For Real – Alison Cherry

Review: For Real – Aliso..

I’m a huge fan of the TV show The Amazing Race. I have watched every season, the good and the bad. So when I heard about For Real and the Amazing Race vibe I knew it was a book I had to read. And although it was good and I enjoyed myself, there were somethings that I definitely would have changed to make it better. I will say it was a quick read without a lot of heavy lifting so that was a nice bonus. For Real is the story of two sisters, Claire and Miranda, who haven’t been all […]

Posted January 26, 2015 by Andi / 3 Comments
Review: Don’t Even Think About It – Sarah Mlynowski

Review: Don’t Even Think..

I’ve been a huge fan of Sarah Mlynowski for a really long time. I was first introduced to her with her ‘chick lit’ book Milkrun. I don’t know if it was because it took place in Boston or the age I was when I read it, but I was instantly hooked. I have since read her other ‘chick lit’ books and her YA books and reality enjoyed them. So basically I was beyond thrilled when I saw this and even more so when I got an advanced copy. Sad to say though, Don’t Even Think About It just didn’t do […]

Posted March 13, 2014 by Andi / 0 Comments