Publisher: Grand Central Publishing

Cuff Me by Lauren Layne

Posted March 29, 2016 by Kate in Blog Tour, Just Okay, Review / 0 Comments
Cuff Me by Lauren Layne

This is I believe the second book in the series that I have read, and I have to admit when I was reading the other book, I was intrigued by Vin and Jill. Going into the story I knew that Vin and Jill are detectives in the NYPD and that they have a quite interesting relationship dynamic. There are times when they almost seem hostile towards each other, but at the same time they also seemed to care about each other deeply. I was pretty excited to see how these two people actually felt about each other from their own POVs. So when the book starts we have Jill returning to New York City after many months away helping to take care of her mom after her mom had an accident. She is without a doubt excited to be back in NYC, and to see Vin, but also the rest of his family as well, who have all become family to her. Only after such a long time away, thing have changed for Jill, who has taken steps to get the only thing she has really ever wanted, to be loved. I liked Jill, but then again I always have. She’s really sweet, always has a smile, she just has an optimistic feel to her. I honestly think that in some instances, where the book started to kind of slow a little Jill’s personality is what kept me intrigued. As for Vin, well he is without a doubt one of […]

Forgetting August by J.L. Berg

Posted March 3, 2016 by Kate in loved it, Review / 0 Comments
Forgetting August by J.L. Berg

I have read a couple of books where one of the main characters is suffering from amnesia, and honestly some times it works and sometimes, at least for me, it falls flat. In this case, I kind of loved it. Okay, I really actually loved it completely. This book is the perfect amount of trying to figure out who someone is and who that someone was. This book was super emotional, even though one party really had no idea what had happened in his life to make it the way that it was, but man, this was a great journey to go on. Also the was this book ending, I seriously remember being super bummed that I had to wait for the next book to come out, because I wanted to devour it all in the same night. So our heroine in this story is Everly, whose name I kind of love. When the story starts its very clear that she has some emotional trauma that she is trying to move beyond. Her life is settled now though, she has a fiancee and enjoys her simple job at the coffee house and is really kind of picking up with her life and moving forward. I can’t even explain to you how much I wanted to know what had happened to her in the past, and then WHAM, her ex wakes up from his years long coma and if I thought I wanted to know what happened before, it was like […]