Tag Archives: male pov

This Girl – Review

Rewrite. Because my stupid self deleted the original in thinking that I’d posted it already. Note: This review will not be as good as I have to write it from memory. Here’s the final book that ends Colleen Hoover’s wonderful debut series, the Slammed series, and let me say it definitely hits you in the […]

All In – Review

I think the idea of being mutually exclusive to some people is a very big step in a relationship. It means both parties are committed to each other, have a certain respect for each other, and perhaps have the potential of being more. When the notorious Ethan Blackstone falls in love, he falls hard; so […]

Losing Hope – Review

WORD OF ADVICE: I suggest you do not read this book immediately after you finishing Hopeless. I found that reading this book immediately after the first book confused me a little. A lot of time was spent trying to remember details and going back and forth between Sky’s point of view and Holder’s. Maybe it’s […]

Mr. Beautiful – Cover Reveal + Giveaway

Mr. Beautiful (Up in the Air #4) by R.K. Lilley  Add to Goodreads From R.K. Lilley’s blog: Mr. Beautiful will be a male point-of-view novel for the Up in the Air series that tells the story of James, and Stephan, and their unwavering love of a woman that would make the two men family. WARNING: […]

Flat-Out Matt – Review

PLEASE READ FLAT-OUT LOVE BEFORE YOU READ THIS REVIEW! *Link to my review of Flat-Out Love at the bottom of the page. I thought this was the perfect companion/sequel to Jessica Park’s Flat-Out Love. It didn’t retell the whole story under Matt’s POV but several chapters that gave us a better insight of how his […]

Walking Disaster – Review

“One of these days you’re going to fall in love, son. Don’t settle for just anyone. Choose the girl that doesn’t come easy, the one you have to fight for, and then never stop fighting, Never” Seriously? SERIOUSLY!? 3 pages in. Literally on page 3. I was pretty much just like “TAKE MY EMOTIONS, JUST […]