Mini Book Reviews

I've been on a reading rush these past few months that I haven't had time to write a review for each one of them, so I decided to write some mini book reviews. All of these books are coming out in the next few months so please support the authors and pre-order their books and at a local indie bookstore, if possible.

If You Only Knew by Prerna Pickett | ARC Review

TOUR SCHEDULE: http://xpressobooktours.com/2019/11/26/tour-sign-up-if-you-only-knew-by-prerna-pickett/ If You Only Knew follows two characters, Corey and Tessa. Corey has just been released from jail, serving time for a crime he didn't commit when his old gang ropes him into a plan to get revenge on his lawyer. Tessa is the daughter of said lawyer, but she isn't as squeaky … Continue reading If You Only Knew by Prerna Pickett | ARC Review

Don’t Read The Comments by Eric Smith | ARC Review + Excerpt

Hey guys! I'm sorry I haven't posted in a bit. Life has been a bit overwhelming, but today I'm back with a book review featuring an awesome novel: Don't Read The Comments by Eric Smith! I remember when this book was first announced and the it was titled Reclaim The Sun, but they later changed … Continue reading Don’t Read The Comments by Eric Smith | ARC Review + Excerpt

Throw Like A Girl by Sarah Henning | ARC Review

I rarely read sports contemporaries even though they have a lot of potential, and when I first read the synopsis for this book I knew I had to get my hands on it. I've never seen a contemporary where both the main characters play sports and are very good at them, so that was the … Continue reading Throw Like A Girl by Sarah Henning | ARC Review

Loveboat, Taipei by Abigail Hing Wen | ARC Review

When Loveboat, Taipei was first announced, I'll admit that I wasn't that interested. When the FFBC (the lovely company hosting this blog tour) sent out an email asking for bloggers to sign up, I did so because this book had been talked out a lot. I wasn't expecting too much, but this book blew me … Continue reading Loveboat, Taipei by Abigail Hing Wen | ARC Review