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Review: The Right Kind of Reck..

Posted November 13, 2017 by Nima in contemporary romance, Rating B, reviews
Review: The Right Kind of Reckless by Heather Van Fleet

The Right Kind of Reckless Author: Heather Van Fleet  Reviewer: Nima Rating: B What I’m Talking About: The Right Kind of Reckless is book two in the Reckless Hearts series about best friends and ex-Marines Max, Collin, and Gavin. The first book focused on Collin. The Right Kind of Reckless is the love story of […]

Review: Lies Jane Austen Told ..

Posted November 7, 2017 by Nima in contemporary romance, reviews, romance
Review: Lies Jane Austen Told Me by Julie Wright

Lies Jane Austen Told Me Author: Julie Wright Reviewer: Nima Rating: A- What I’m Talking About: *stands up with a little wave*  Hello, my name is Nima and I am a Hallmark romance movie addict.  I did a little jig and set my DVR when Hallmark announced thirty-three new Christmas movies for the 2017 season.  […]

Review: Scavenger Girl–Seaso..

Posted October 30, 2017 by Nima in paranormal YA, Rating A, reviews, YA Literature
Review: Scavenger Girl–Season of Atchem by Jennifer Arntson

Scavenger Girl-Season of Atchem Author: Jennifer Arntson Reviewer: Nima Rating: A What I’m Talking About: Scavenger Girl is the first book in the new young adult series by the same name.  It’s told from the perspective of Una, a seventeen year old girl and member of the lowest caste in a leveled socio-economic system.  This […]

Review: To Fall Among Vultures..

Posted October 18, 2017 by Nima in Rating A, reviews, sci-fi/fantasy
Review: To Fall Among Vultures by Scott Warren

To Fall Among Vultures Author: Scott Warren Reviewer: Nima Rating: A- What I’m Talking About: To Fall Among Vultures is a solid addition to the Union Earth Privateers series.  I found the writing to be equally as good as the first book, Vick’s Vultures, with the same exception that I noted before, that of repetition. […]

Review: Completely by Ruthie K..

Posted September 25, 2017 by Nima in Rating B, reviews, romance, woman's fiction
Review: Completely by Ruthie Knox

Completely Author: Ruthie Knox Reviewer: Nima Rating: B+ What I’m Talking About: Like the rest of Knox’s New York Trilogy, Completely doesn’t fall into a tidy classification.  More than the others, however, it wants to tip over into the dreaded women’s fiction category. I think Knox has earned it this time, and I didn’t like […]

Review: The Happy Chip by Denn..

Posted August 16, 2017 by Nima in Rating A, reviews, sci-fi/fantasy
Review: The Happy Chip by Dennis Meredith

The Happy Chip Author: Dennis Meredith Reviewer: Nima Rating: A- What I’m Talking About: I really liked The Happy Chip by Dennis Meredith. The strength of this book is its premise.  You know how you search for something online and then every margin advertisement on every webpage that shows up is about that thing?  Online […]

Review: A Kiss Before Doomsday..

Posted July 25, 2017 by Nima in Rating A, reviews, sci-fi/fantasy, urban fantasy
Review: A Kiss Before Doomsday by Laurence MacNaughton

A Kiss Before Doomsday Author: Laurence MacNaughton Reviewer: Nima Rating: A- What I’m Talking About: A Kiss Before Doomsday is the same fun, campy energy that we found in the first book, It Happened One Doomsday.  The world that MacNaughton built in the first book, takes off now that we know the rules.  He takes […]

Nima’s 2017 BookExpo Adv..

Posted June 7, 2017 by Nima in guest post
Nima’s 2017 BookExpo Adventure

There’s this little event that happens every year in the United States.  By “little” I, of course, mean the size of the Titanic.  It’s called Book Expo America, usually held in a major city, where the publishing world descends to schmooze, make deals, and let their inner book nerd shine.  This year Book Expo was […]

Review: Madly by Ruthie Knox

Posted March 15, 2017 by Nima in contemporary romance, Rating A, reviews
Review: Madly by Ruthie Knox

Madly Author: Ruthie Knox Reviewer: Nima Rating: A- What I’m Talking About: I’ve been anxiously awaiting this book. I loved, loved, loved About Last Night.  While it’s not directly attached to the New York Trilogy, main character Winston Chamberlain is the brother of About Last Night’s Nev Chamberlain.  Winston’s love interest Allie Fredericks is the […]

Review: Truly by Ruthie Knox

Posted March 13, 2017 by Nima in contemporary romance, Rating A, reviews
Review: Truly by Ruthie Knox

Truly Author: Ruthie Knox Reviewer: Nima Rating: A- What I’m Talking About: “May Fredericks hates New York.  Which is fair enough, since New York seems to hate her back.” May doesn’t just hate New York in Truly, the first book in Ruth Knox’ New York Trilogy.  May hates her body, her life, her indecision, and […]

Review: Just Once by Addison F..

Posted February 22, 2017 by Nima in contemporary romance, Rating A, reviews
Review: Just Once by Addison Fox

Just Once Author: Addison Fox Reviewer: Nima Rating: A- What I’m Talking About: Just Once is a slightly darker, definitely more serious book than the first one in the Brooklyn Brotherhood series. I liked that it was different because main character Landon McGee is very different from his professional football star turned bar owner brother […]

Review: Seeking Mr. Wrong by N..

Posted February 8, 2017 by Nima in contemporary romance, Rating A, reviews
Review: Seeking Mr. Wrong by Natalie Charles

Seeking Mr. Wrong Author: Natalie Charles Reviewer: Nima Rating: A What I’m Talking About: Seeking Mr. Wrong is a book for anyone who reads a lot (too much) contemporary romance.  Readers will be able to identify all the markers they expect, but will love the acknowledgement of everything that annoys them.  Cute and sweet Lettie […]

Review: The Bear and the Night..

Posted January 18, 2017 by Nima in Rating A, reviews, sci-fi/fantasy
Review: The Bear and the Nightingale by Katherine Arden

The Bear and the Nightingale Author: Katherine Arden Reviewer: Nima Rating: A What I’m Talking About: The Brothers Grimm appropriated many of their classic fairytales from tales handed down all over the world.  Stories told to entertain, scare children into good behavior, and make us believe in magic.  Just maybe, with a little help from […]

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