Book Review: Savage Delight

savage delight$2.99 sales on Amazon are going to be the death of me. That and my inability to just let a series go and just accept that it may not be for me. I so desperately wanted to love this series –Β so much. And Β a lot of what grated me in the first book didn’t bother me so much this time around, probably because I was expecting Jack to brood like Christian Grey and Isis to be try-too-hard-sass.

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Book Review: Split Second

split secondI reviewed book one, Pivot PointΒ last year. In Split Second, instead of following two different futures from Addie’s point of view, we’re told the story from her and her BFF, Laila’s, perspective. Interesting choice as having followed the same format of two-futures-Addie could have been a bit been-there-done-that. But I’m not sure even the change in narrative style as enough to make this a good read.

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Book Review: Where You’ll Find Me

where you'll find meI’m not coping with sad books lately,Β Sister-Sister by Rachel Zadock broke my heart into tiny pieces and left my chest achey FOR DAYS. So this will be the first in a lot of super fluffy YA that I’ll be reading over the next few weeks. No tragedies for me, only happy-endings guaranteed for a while. Drama is overrated. As is crying on the train.

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Book Review: Ink Is Thicker Than Water

ink is thicker than waterI lovedΒ Amy’s first book,Β The Reece Malcolm List, so when I saw this for $2.99 on Amazon all sense of ‘hey I need to save that R20 for coffee’ went out the window and bam, seconds later it was in my Kindle. But her second book just didn’t quite reach the heights of her first, I felt like I spent most of the book waiting for something – anything – to happen.

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