• Review: The Absolution of Aidan by Kathy Coopmans

    April 26, 2020 persephone

    Review I am proud to say that I actually followed this series. From Cain to Roan and now with Aidan. I liked Cain’s book. It was sad in the beginning, but it got very exciting towards the end. The second book was personally better for me. I guess it’s because I liked Roan better than I liked Cain. I was really looking forward to this book because it feels like the thrill and excitement just keeps getting up every time.…

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  • Review: #Heart by Cambria Hebert

    April 19, 2020 persephone

    Review Ivy and Braeden have both overcome so much. From sniping at each other, semi hating each other, to falling in love and losing friendships, to surviving rape trauma and a near death tragedy. And now, Braeden is struggling with the aftermath of what happened in the previous book. I really feel bad for him. He’s had a lot to bear. First, the knowledge that Ivy was raped. He had to watch her suffer, but he couldn’t bear to tell…

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  • Review: #Poser by Cambria Hebert

    April 19, 2020 persephone

    Review I’ve been waiting to get into this book the moment that Braeden discovered that Ivy was raped and that what happened with her and Zach was far from consensual. I couldn’t wait to read how they were going to deal with things once the truth comes out. Ms. Hebert never fails to put a bit of suspense and thrill into her books, even when the story drowns in sweetness, I could feel my tooth start to ache. Anyway, the…

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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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