• Review: #Selfie by Cambria Hebert

    April 16, 2020 persephone

    Review I was already in love with Braeden ever since he made Rimmel wear Romeo’s hoodie. But in this book, I fell in love with Ivy too. She was always in the background. At first, I thought she was going to become an antagonist in the future, especially with the fact that she made out with Romeo before. However, I loved that Ms. Hebert made Ivy’s character into one that had many layers. There was the sheltered girl who was…

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  • Review: #Player by Cambria Hebert

    April 15, 2020 persephone

    Review This book picks up after Zach attacked Romeo and Rimmel. In this book, out main characters have to deal with the aftermath of that terrible day. Romeo’s arm needed to heal. The NFL withdrew their offers. What’s more, Romeo’s mother’s news made Rimmel doubt everything she knew about her childhood. I really enjoyed the thrill factor of this book. I just couldn’t put it down because I was excited to know the truth about Rimmel’s mother’s death. I wanted…

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  • Review: #Hater by Cambria Hebert

    April 15, 2020 persephone

    Review Ms. Hebery created these two amazing characters who easily capture a reader’s heart. Romeo and Rimmel were the most unexpected match. Ever. But that’s why it works. When Romeo was just a campus king and football god, and Rimmel was just a overlooked nerd, they were already great characters. But when they fell in love, well, I just couldn’t help but root for them and cheer them on. What I love about this book was that the main characters…

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  • Review: #Nerd by Cambria Hebert

    April 15, 2020 persephone

    Review This book successfully paints college life, with its social statuses, fraternity rushes, sports championships, and most of all, the endless amount of schoolwork that needs to be done. I loved that there was a bit of sexy, steamy scenes, but it wasn’t overly done. Yes, college can be a free-for-all kind of sexual experience, but the story didn’t focus too much on that. If anything, it showed how much more there was to college life than booze, parties, and…

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  • Review: With This Ring by Georgia Le Carre

    April 5, 2020 persephone

    Review One thing I enjoy about Georgia Le Carre’s books is that they are always steamy. The hero is always an alpha, and the heroines always give as good as they get. This book doesn’t disappoint in the steam and chemistry aspects. The reason I’m rating this only 3 is because the plot has become formulaic. I’ve read several books from her, and I know that some of them have more depth and character development, so while this book is…

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  • Review: Dear Enemy by Kristen Callihan

    April 4, 2020 persephone

    Review This book is a sweet enemies-to-lovers story. It started out following a predictable formula. Characters were introduced. Conflict was laid out. Secondary characters were given a few moments to shine. But surprisingly, there are a few warm and emotion-inducing moments in this book that I actually really liked. This is not the first book I’ve read from Ms. Callihan. I know that she writes sexy characters but don’t engage in too much sex scenes, so this book is not…

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