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Early Review: Tabulsa Rasa by Kristen Lippert-Martin

August 22nd, 2014 @ 12:01 am
Posted by Bridget under Review Tags: Kristen Lippert-Martin, Review, Tabula Rasa, Thriller, Young Adult

Tabula RasaTitle: Tabula Rasa

Author: Kristen Lippert-Martin

Genre: YA Thriller

Series: N/A

Publication Date: September 23, 2014

Format: Hardcover, 352 Pages

ISBN-10: 1606845187 (EgmontUSA)

ISBN-13: 978-1606845189 (EgmontUSA)

Reviewed by: Bridget


The Bourne Identity meets Divergent in this heart-pounding debut.

Sixteen-year-old Sarah has a rare chance at a new life. Or so the doctors tell her. She’s been undergoing a cutting-edge procedure that will render her a tabula rasa—a blank slate. Memory by memory her troubled past is being taken away.

But when her final surgery is interrupted and a team of elite soldiers invades the isolated hospital under cover of a massive blizzard, her fresh start could be her end.

Navigating familiar halls that have become a dangerous maze with the help of a teen computer hacker who’s trying to bring the hospital down for his own reasons, Sarah starts to piece together who she is and why someone would want her erased. And she won’t be silenced again.

A high-stakes thriller featuring a non-stop race for survival and a smart heroine who will risk everything, Tabula Rasa is, in short, unforgettable.

Quick & Dirty: Intense story full of action and an intriguing plot. The writing felt a little choppy at times which made me feel a slight disconnect with the story, but overall it was a good read.

Opening Sentence: She points to the chair.

Excerpt: No

The Review:

Sarah is getting a new shot at life. She has been a part of an experimental procedure where all of her memories are wiped clean. Once the procedure is complete she will no longer remember anything from her troubled past. Sarah has already been through multiple surgeries and there is just one left for her to be deemed a tabula rasa, or a blank slate. But right before her final procedure a group of elite soldiers invade the hospital, and they are looking for her. Instead of starting over like she planned, she is running for her life in a deserted hospital that is in the middle of nowhere.

Sarah quickly realizes that there was a reason her memories were being erased and if she doesn’t gain back what she lost she may not survive for much longer. With the help of a very cute but infuriating computer hacker, Sarah fights to stay alive and figure out what was so important that she had to forget everything about her past life!

Sarah was a great heroine, but I had a hard time making a good initial connection with her. The way the story was written, Sarah has very few memories of her past. As the story progressed you got to see glimpses into who she use to be. While I really liked this style of writing it made it difficult to connect with Sarah at times. By the end of the story, I actually loved her, but for the first half of the book I didn’t really understand her which made it hard for me to establish a great connection with Sarah. She is a strong character that had many wonderful qualities that I really liked. She is smart, resourceful, witty, and has a great sense of humor. While I didn’t love everything about her, I did end up really liking her.

Thinking about Thomas just makes me smile. He is a super smart good looking guy, but he was also really awkward at times which just made me love him more. When I first met him, I wasn’t quite sure what to think about him but as his story unfolds you start to see how amazing he is. He hasn’t always made the best decisions in his life, but overall he is a good person. The romance between him and Sarah was adorable and I thought they made a very cute couple.

Tabula Rasa is a very interesting story filled with adventure, suspense, and romance. At times I did get a little confused, especially at the beginning of the story, but everything made sense by the end. Also, the pacing wasn’t perfect, there were times it really dragged and other times it seemed rushed. I also felt like the writing was a little choppy. I don’t know if this is just due to lack of poor editing or if it was meant to feel more like that. Personally, I wasn’t a big fan of it because it distracted me from the story at times. With that all being said, this was still a very good read. I really liked the characters and the plot was very intriguing. I just think it could have been revised more and it would have been a lot better. While I didn’t love everything about this book, I would still recommend this to anyone that is looking for an action-packed story with lots of suspense!

Notable Scene:

And look at that! A sleek black helicopter is landing outside. The rotors come to a quick stop and fold up like some kind of mechanical insect. The windows shake once again as the helicopter that was hovering over the roof descends. It moves slowly, following the contour of the building like it’s prowling for something, looking into all the windows.

The next image that comes up on the monitor is startling and eerie: a small group of people rushing somewhere, frantically falling over each other as they run. That’s when I notice the familiar pattern of marble titles on the floor: It’s a mosaic of the rising sun. That’s the main lobby.

I go to the window and look through the blinds. The helicopter is now twenty yards away, a couple floors up. It begins to move off, and I think it’s leaving, but then the nose turns toward the building. Seconds later, there are three quick blasts of fire, followed by a whistling sound.

I’m able to think the word rockets just as they hit. BOOM. BOOM. BOOM.

FTC Advisory: EgmontUSA provided me with a copy of Tabula Rasa.  No goody bags, sponsorships, “material connections,” or bribes were exchanged for my review.

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Early Review: Firebug by Lish McBride

August 21st, 2014 @ 12:01 am
Posted by Bridget under Review Tags: Firebug, Firebug Series, Lish McBride, Paranormal, Review, Young Adult

FirebugTitle: Firebug

Author: Lish McBride

Genre: YA Paranormal

Series: Firebug (Book #1)

Publication Date: September 23, 2014

Format: Hardcover, 336 Pages

ISBN-10: 0805098623 (MacTeen)

ISBN-13: 978-0805098624 (MacTeen)

Reviewed by: Bridget


Ava can start fires with her mind . . . but is it a blessing or a curse?

Ava is a firebug—she can start fires with her mind. Which would all be well and good if she weren’t caught in a deadly contract with the Coterie, a magical mafia. She’s one of their main hit men . . . and she doesn’t like it one bit. Not least because her mother’s death was ordered by Venus—who is now her boss.

When Venus asks Ava to kill a family friend, Ava rebels. She knows very well that you can’t say no to the Coterie and expect to get away with it, though, so she and her friends hit the road, trying desperately to think of a way out of the mess they find themselves in. Preferably keeping the murder to a minimum.

Quick & Dirty: Hilarious story full of action, adventure and a splash of romance. McBride once again delivers a purely fun book that I’m sure all young adult paranormal fans will enjoys

Opening Sentence: RYAN SLAMMED the book shut and tipped his head back, sprawling on the bench and claiming it as his own.


The Review:

Seventeen year old Ava has a very special ability, she can start fires with her mind. People with her talents are known as firebugs and they are very rare. Because they are so hard to come by there are certain groups of people that will go to great lengths to gain their services. Unfortunately, at a young age Ava’s mother was murdered and she was forced to sign a blood contract with the Coterie, the group that had her mother killed. If she refused to work for them they would have killed everyone she cares about.

Now years later, Ava works as a magical hit man for the Coterie. She doesn’t like her job, but if she refuses to do anything they tell her to there are dire consequences for her and those she cares about. But when she is ordered to kill a family friend Ava says no. She knows that there is no walking away from the Coterie so her and a small group of friends take off. But soon Ava realizes that running away isn’t going to solve anything and if she wants to finally live a somewhat normal life she is going to have to face her problems head on. And right now her problem is the Coterie!

I loved Ava, she was a snarky girl with lots of attitude which is my favorite kind of character. She also has a really big heart which made it even easier to like her. Her life obviously hasn’t been the easiest, but overall she has a pretty positive outlook. She has great friends, a loving guardian, and a place she can finally call home. Growing up she was constantly on the run with her mother so to finally have a place to call home is a really big deal to Ava. Just like all teenagers she makes some dumb decisions, but she owns up to her mistakes and I liked that. She doesn’t run from her problems, she faces them which I found very admirable. Overall, I thought she was a fun character and I can’t wait to read more of her story.

My favorite character in the entire book was Lock. He is part dryad and has the ability to talk to trees. He volunteered to work for the Corterie in exchange for them to leave his family alone. He has been part of Ava’s team from the moment she joined the Coterie. Even though he’s not the most powerful one of the group he has always been the leader. He takes care of Ava and Erza, which I thought was really cute. I loved that he doesn’t sugarcoat things he tells you how it is even if you don’t want to hear it. He obviously has a thing for Ava, but she is totally oblivious to it. I am totally rooting for him and if Ava doesn’t end up with him eventually, I am going to be very disappointed.

The other member of their group is Ezra. He is a werefox which basically means he can transform into a fox whenever he wants to. He is sneaky just like a fox and quite good at stealing anything he wants. He also is crazy good looking but his relationship with Ava is totally platonic. Ezra is hilarious and always helps to lighten the mood which was refreshing. He is also a very loyal friend and just an all around nice guy.

Firebug was an action-packed story full of humor, adventure, and a splash of romance. Just like other works by McBride, this was just pure fun. She does such a great job filling the pages with playful banter and intriguing characters. I was instantly drawn into the world that she created and enjoyed the entire story. While there wasn’t a lot of romance in the story there is a good setup for the next book in the series. The best thing about this story was all the amazing characters.  Each one of them was engaging and because I loved all of them so much, it really helped me to connect with the story as a whole. The ending was done perfectly, it wrapped up everything nicely but left me still wanting more. I can’t wait to read the next book in the series. Overall, this was a great read and I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a fun young adult book!

Notable Scene:

Between the back and forth, the staring from the table, and all the affection, I was officially beet red all the way to my roots. I should have pretended to barf when I had the chance. In fact, I actually did feel like barfing. I smacked Lock’s arm as it moved to snake back around me, but that didn’t take the smug look off his face as he stared at Ryan.

“By the way, if you’re looking for your black jeans, they’re at my place,” Lock stage-whispered at me. “I put them with your spares and your toothbrush.”

I glowered at my best friend. The bastard. On the occasions when I had to work close to the city and I was too tired or too weak after a job, I crashed at Lock’s apartment, rather than take a room in one of the Coterie-owned hotels. Can you imagine their mini bar? Candy bars, vials of blood, raw meat, brains, maybe some bottled water … ew. I had a bag full of spare clothes and supplies at Lock’s place, and he had just used that information to take Ryan’s jealousy to code red. It looked like he was ready to shoot flames out of his ears. Which I did once, by the way, just to see if I could. It took months for my hair to grow back properly.

Firebug Series:

1. Firebug (September 23, 2014)

FTC Advisory:  Macmillan provided me with a copy of Firebug.  No goody bags, sponsorships, “material connections,” or bribes were exchanged for my review.


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Event Alert: Fall Carnival Event & International Giveaway

August 20th, 2014 @ 12:01 am
Posted by Bridget under Fall Carnival Tags: Fall Carnival

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We are so excited to introduce an event we are doing that start August 28th and is running until October 2nd. We are going to feature a variety of young adult books and each one them will have a fun carnival themed booth to go along with the book. There will be games, prizes, interviews, guest post, and many other fun things happening throughout the event. So make sure to stop by each day to see what new book we are featuring. For today we wanted to show you what books we will be featuring and start things off with an amazing international (as long as the book depository ships to you) giveaway for two winners. You can pick from any of the books we are featuring in the event, which are listed below! If the title you want is not released at the time of the giveaway ending, we will pre-order it for you!

The Infinite SeaRites of PassageBlood of My BloodSister's FateDeliveranceThe DollsDon't Let GoMade For YouTabula RasaFeralEchoes of USWinterspellIllusions of FateIn A Handful of DustRemember MeGet EvenServants of the StormSweet UnrestInvisibleChasing PowerTalonSnow Like AshesThe Queen of Zombie HeartsMortal GodsThe InvisibleTrust Me I'm LyingStray Elissa SussmanThe JewelUnmadeBeware the WildThe Fine Art of PretendingStone Cold TouchCatalystFirebugThe Game of Boys and MonstersExquisite Captive


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Early Review: Kiss Kill Vanish by Jessica Martinez

August 19th, 2014 @ 12:01 am
Posted by Bridget under Review Tags: Contemporary, Jessica Martinez, Kiss Kill Vanish, Review, Young Adult

Kiss Kill VanishTitle: Kiss Kill Vanish

Author: Jessica Martinez

Genre: YA Contemporary

Series: N/A

Publication Date: October 7, 2014

Format: Hardcover, 432 Pages

ISBN-10: 006227449X (HarperTeen)

ISBN-13: 978-0062274496 (HarperTeen)

Reviewed by: Bridget


Valentina Cruz no longer exists.

One moment, she was wrapped in Emilio’s arms, melting into his kiss. The next, she was witnessing the unthinkable: a murder in cold blood, ordered by her father and carried out by her boyfriend. When Emilio pulled the trigger, Valentina disappeared. She made a split-second decision to shed her identity and flee her life of privilege, leaving the glittering parties and sultry nightlife of Miami far behind.

She doesn’t know how to explain to herself what she saw. All she knows now is that nothing she believed about her family, her heart, or Emilio’s love, was real.

She can change her name and deny her past, but Valentina can’t run from the truth. The lines between right and wrong, and trust and betrayal, will be blurred beyond recognition as she untangles the deceptions of the two men she once loved and races to find her own truth.

Quick & Dirty: Unique, heartwarming story that kept me intrigued the entire time. While it was slower paced, that in no way deterred me devouring this from start to finish.

Opening Sentence: “Jane, darling, you have to keep still.”

Excerpt: No

The Review:

Valentina Cruz’s world was turned upside down when she realized everyone she loved wasn’t what they seemed. She grew up in a very privileged home with a lot of money. Her mother left her when she was just a little girl, so her father raised her and her two older sisters by himself. She had a happy life with a wonderful boyfriend. She always thought that her father was a wealthy arts trader and she loved him unconditionally. Her boyfriend, Emilio, was older then her and worked for her father. Valentina always had a very close relationship with her father until one dreaded night when she witnessed her father ordering a murder that her boyfriend carried out.

Valentina did the only thing she could think of, she ran. At first she had no idea what to do, but eventually she found herself in Montreal, Canada. It has been 3 months since she left and while it hasn’t been easy she is getting by. She lives in a crappy apartment with a bunch of roommates and works as a model for a weird, but very rich artist. She now goes by the name of Jane and for the time being she is content. But Valentina can only run so far before the past catches up to her, and eventually she will have to face what she saw that night. The two people she trusted most in the world aren’t what they seemed, but who are they really?

Valentina was a very interesting girl that was lost. She is a young girl that just realized her entire life was a lie; I can’t even begin to imagine how devastating that would be. All the people she loved betrayed her and really she has nothing left.   Throughout the story she goes on a journey of self discovery and while she makes a lot of mistakes she eventually finds herself. Because I got to experience so much with her, I developed a very strong connection with her. She is a smart girl even though there are times she lets her heart guide her to making some poor decisions, but this is a very normal for teenage girls. I know when I was a teenager I made a lot of stupid mistakes because I listened to how I was feeling instead of doing what I knew was right. But eventually, Valentina becomes a woman that I could admire and cheer for.

Kiss, Kill, Vanish was a very unique story that I really enjoyed. It was a slower paced novel, but it still kept my interest the whole time. From the very beginning, I was hooked and I found that it was almost impossible to put it down. When I wasn’t reading I kept wishing I was. Personally, I have always found the Mafia fascinating so I knew when I read the synopsis of this story I was going to like it and it did not disappoint me. The plot was interesting and there was an air of mystery throughout the whole story that keeps you intrigued. There is also a large group of secondary characters that play a big role in the story, but I’m not going to go into detail about them because I don’t want to spoil anything. I really loved some of the secondary characters and Martinez did a wonderful job creating all of them. While there wasn’t a lot of romance in the story the little there was, was done perfectly. Overall, this was just a well written story that was both heartwarming and entertaining. I would highly recommend this to anyone that enjoys young adult contemporary/mystery novels!

Notable Scene:


I don’t turn to the sound. It’s coming from the en suite bathroom, which, I sense without seeing, is open wide. For one moment, I let myself notice how satisfying the sound is, before it has meaning. It’s round and crisp with its own tiny echo.


Another drop. Except it’s not the metallic ping of a leaky faucet where water meets metal, or the splat of a washcloth dripping on a marble countertop. It’s water meets water. I shouldn’t be here.


But the same dread that pushed me into Marcel’s room turns my head now, drags me toward the perfect, echoing sound, pulls my eyes into the yellowed bath room light where a painting has been brought to life. It’s a grotesque version of Michelangelo’s The Creation of Adam. Half of it, at least. Just Adam, no God.


An arm, thin and purplish, juts out over the edge of the bathtub, manicured fingers dangling in the air, life less. His rippling torso is not the muscled perfection Michelangelo painted, but sallow skin stretched over rows of ribs, slumped sideways, marred with nipples like bruises.


FTC Advisory:  HarperTeen provided me with a copy of Kiss, Kill, Vanish. No goody bags, sponsorships, “material connections,” or bribes were exchanged for my review.

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Review: Make it Count by Megan Erickson

August 18th, 2014 @ 12:01 am
Posted by Bridget under Review Tags: Bowler University Series, Contemporary Romance, Make it Count, Megan Erickson, New Adult, Review

Make It CountTitle: Make it Count

Author: Megan Erickson

Genre: NA Contemporary Romance

Series: Bowler University (Book #1)

Publication Date: June 3, 2014

Format: Paperback, 308 Pages

ISBN-10: 0062353411 (HarperCollins)

ISBN-13: 978-006235412 (HarperCollins)

Reviewed by: Bridget


Kat Caruso wishes her brain had a return policy, or at least a complaint hot-line. The defective organ is constantly distracted, terrible at statistics, and absolutely flooded with inappropriate thoughts about her boyfriend’s gorgeous best friend, Alec…who just so happens to be her brand new math tutor. Who knew nerd was so hot?

Kat usually goes through tutors like she does boyfriends—both always seem to bail when they realize how hopeless she is. It’s safer for her heart to keep everyone at arm’s reach. But Alec is always stepping just a little too close.

Alec Stone should not be fantasizing about Kat. She’s adorable, unbelievably witty, and completely off limits. He’d never stab his best friend in the back…

But when secrets are revealed, the lines of loyalty are blurred. To make it count, Alec must learn messy human emotions can’t be solved like a trigonometry function. And Kat has to trust Alec may be the first guy to want her for who she is, and not in spite of it.

Quick & Dirty: It was refreshing to finally read about a normal girl falling in love with a normal boy. This story was beautifully done and so easy to relate to. I would highly recommend it to all new adult fans out there looking for something a little different from your normal contemporary romance novel.

Opening Sentence: KAT CHEWED ON her pen and studied her tutor’s bent head.

Excerpt: No

The Review:

Kat Caruso has never had a hard time getting what she wants in life. She has always been a pretty girl and even though school didn’t come easy she always seem to find a way to get by. But she is now in her sophomore year at Bowler University and she is failing statistics. She is already on academic probation and if she fails anymore classes she will be kicked out of school. Kat’s problem isn’t that she’s not smart she just has a really hard time concentrating and sometimes she gets things confused. For a long time she has been able to hide how much she struggles, but she is going to have to get help if she expects to continue her education. When her new tutor shows up for their first session its none other than her boyfriend’s gorgeous best friend Alex Stone.

Alex has always been smart and he is going to school to be a lawyer or judge someday. Girls on the other hand haven’t been as easy for him. He had a serious girlfriend in high school that he dated for years, but last summer she cheated on him. He hasn’t really been interested in anyone else until recently. Kat is beautiful, funny, and smart, but she also happens to be his childhood best friend’s girlfriend. Is a girl worth throwing away a relationship he has spent his whole life building?

Kat is a beautiful girl that grew up in a happy and loving home. All her life she has felt like she was stupid because school was always difficult for her. Socially she has never had any type of problem and one of the only reasons she made it through high school was because she got people to help her. But college is a whole other thing and she finds that she is really struggling to pass her classes. She soon finds out that she has a learning disability and I found that so interesting. I haven’t read many books where the main character has a learning disability and being inside Kat’s head was eye opening to me. She is this normal girl that has something so many people in real life have to deal with on a daily basis, and that made her really easy for me to connect with her. I loved that even though she has difficulties she doesn’t let that stop her from living her dreams of getting a college degree. She was an amazing character that was very inspirational and someone you can look up to!

Alex was such a sweet guy and I loved that he was nerdy. Honestly, in real life Alex is the type of guy I would want to date. I will admit that I have a thing for bad boys in books but when it comes to my actual personal life, I would never date 99% of the boys I love in books. But Alex has so many qualities that make him someone you would really want to have a serious relationship with. He is smart, kind, and thoughtful. But he also has his faults like all great characters do and that just made him even cuter to me. It was refreshing to finally read a book that had a normal boy and normal girl fall in love. Yes, they have their problems but they were the type of problems everyday people deal with all the time. I loved Alex and I am so glad I got to read his story!

Make it Count was a fun realistic story that was so easy to connect with. The best thing about it was that it dealt with issues that are very common and can happen to anyone. So many contemporary books I read just cover the issues that are rare and only happen to a very small percentage of people. It was nice to finally read about normal characters that have a fairly normal life, but the story was in no way boring. The romance was adorable and very sexy. There was some serious sexual tension that slowly brewed over time. The plot had a few twists that I wasn’t quite expecting and in all honestly the story was just fun. There was great humor and lots of great drama to keep you interested. This is the first book in the series and I can’t wait to read the next book. I would highly recommend this story to anyone that is looking for a fun and sexy new adult book that is easy to relate to.

Notable Scene:

He cupped the back of her head with one hand while his other fisted her shirt at her lower back. But what gave him breath again was his lips on hers. They were soft and wet and Oh God, she’d opened her mouth. Her tongue slipped between his teeth and swiped his eagerly and then he kind of lost it.

He plunged into her at the same time he stumbled forward with a growl. Her back hit the wall, but she didn’t protest. In fact, she seemed to like it. She moaned and gripped his shoulders, pulling him closer, her fingernails digging through the thin fabric of his T-shirt.

She didn’t accept his kiss . She fought it. That’s what it felt like. A fight for power. Their teeth clacked and lips mashed and tongues clashed.

A tremor ran from the back of his neck all the way down to his heels, because this wasn’t the same dynamic they shared over a statistics book. Alec was no longer the teacher and Kat the docile student. This, her tongue tangled with his , her full breasts pressed against his chest and the scent of her citrus shampoo surrounding him in a light brown curtain . . . this was Kat’s world.

It was the single hottest moment of his life.

Bowler University Series:

1. Make it Count

2. Make it Right (September 9, 2014)

3. Make it Last (January 6, 2015)

FTC Advisory:  I purchased my own copy of Make it Count.  No goody bags, sponsorships, “material connections,” or bribes were exchanged for my review.

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