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Forever Review

Title: Forever
Author: Karen Ann Hopkins
pages: 328
publication date:January 28 2014

All I want is my happily-ever-after.

That's all I've wanted since meeting Noah Miller.

From the day we met, the world has tried to keep Noah and me from being together, but now that I'm carrying his child, no one will be able to tear us apart. Or so I hope. But Noah and I have made some mistakes along the way, and the consequences are impacting the people we love. Worse, there's a storm on the horizon, and it's sure to cause serious devastation.

If we can get through this, we'll finally be Rose and Noah; a family, forever.

But first we have to survive the road ahead. And happily-ever-after is a long way off.


It’s always sad knowing that a series is coming to an end; from the moment I picked up the first book in the series “Temptation” I was hooked. Karen has a way of sucking you into the love story of Noah and Rose and not letting you go until the book is completely finished. That’s how I feel every time I start another adventure with Noah and Rose.

The hardships and complications they had to endure just because the Amish family is so strict is ridiculous. Goodness gracious these two never get a break. I just wanted to hop into their life and fix everything for them.

What I really loved about this book was how much the characters matured. Rose is no longer the semi-annoying girl that she was in the first too. Her character grew and so did the love between her and Noah.

This was a fast paced and thrilling ride. Readers will be rooting for Noah and Rose’s relationship from the start and they won’t be disappointed. I am grateful to have been able to get a review copy of the last and final book. Buy your copy today!
4/5 stars

Porcelain keys Review and giveaway!

Porcelain Keys

Title: Porcelain keys
Author: Sarah Beard
Publication Date: February 11 2014
pages: 344

     Aria s life is full of secrets--secrets about her mother s death, her father's cruelty, and her dream to go to Juilliard. When Aria meets Thomas, he draws out her secrets, captures her heart, and gives her the courage to defy her father. But when tragedy strikes and Thomas disappears, Aria is left alone to transform her broken heart s melody into something beautiful. Porcelain Keys is a captivating love story that will resonate long after the last page is turned.

    Favorite quote: “You’re like a beautiful caged bird, and I want to unlatch the door and set you free.”
  The reason why I started this review off with a quote is too show you just how beautiful Sarah Beard’s writing is. She could have been writing about absolutely nothing and I would still read it because her writing has a way of sucking you into the beauty of her words. I just can’t explain to you how beautiful and descriptive her writing is. You have to read this book for yourself.
  This book was all about Aria and how she handles her abusive father, her mother’s death, her love of music and Thomas. I know nothing about the piano or music in general, so I thought I was going to have a harder time trying to connect with Aria because a lot of the book was focused on her piano. But I had no trouble at all connecting with the character. If anything it helped me appreciate classical music even more. You could feel the passion and emotion that surged through her whenever she played the piano.
As for Thomas, him and Aria’s connection was almost immediate. I wanted them to be together from the moment they both met each other. As the book goes on Thomas’s and Aria’s relationship gets more deep and intense and burdens and secrets are shared between them both. They had a bond that was very strong from the beginning. They both had their ups and downs as a couple. There were times where I just wanted to throw the book across the room, and other times where I teared up. The love was there the whole time.
  By reading my review you know that I absolutely loved everything about this book. I couldn’t put it down, if you haven’t added this book to your to-read pile then you should add it right away!

5/5 stars

SARAH BEARD is the author of Porcelain Keys, a YA contemporary romance. She has a degree in communications from the University of Utah and splits her time between writing and raising three energetic boys. She is a cancer survivor and a hopeless
romantic. She enjoys reading and composing music, and lives with her husband and children in Salt Lake City, Utah. You can follow Sarah on twitter at @authorsarahb, or at   

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The Iron Daughte Review

Title: The Iron Daughter
author: Julie Kagawa
Publication date: August 1 2010

About the Book:

Half Summer faery princess, half human, Meghan has never fit in anywhere. Deserted by the Winter prince she thought loved her, she is prisoner to the Winter faery queen. As war looms between Summer and Winter, Meghan knows that the real danger comes from the Iron feyironbound faeries that only she and her absent prince have seen. But no one believes her.

Worse, Meghan's own fey powers have been cut off. She's stuck in Faery with only her wits for help. Trusting anyone would be foolish. Trusting a seeming traitor could be deadly. But even as she grows a backbone of iron, Meghan can't help but hear the whispers of longing in her all-too-human heart.

Iron Fey, Winter Formal, and DRAGONS OH MY!!!

If you liked the first Iron Fey book then you're in for a treat. This book does not leave you wanting! It's full of action, adventure, and a romance story that will keep readers on the edge of there chairs, gripping their tablets or paperbacks as they rush to find out what's going to happen next.

When I first started reading about Megan and her adventures in the fae world I wasn't sure if she was a strong enough character to win me over. In the first book, The Iron King she spent a lot of the book crying over everything that had gone wrong in her life but she's really stepped up in this book. She now possesses the strength and grace of the princess she truly was born as and when given the opportunity to ignore the problems that exist in the fae world and return home she makes the hard but brave choice to stay and help the people that have become her friends and also help those that would also wish her harm.

Megan is stuck in a world that she's only just beginning to understand with friends and allies the she doesn't completely trust and without her abilities trying to find a way to fix the fae world from becoming a wasteland for the Iron Fey and stop them from destroying the human world all at the same time. She's just a sixteen year old girl with an impossible task, fighting against devastating odds and separated from her true love Ash who she can never be with because they're on apposing sides.

Julie Kagawa truly amazes me, she is an amazing author that takes her readers on a crazy ride with each book she delivers. When I first started The Iron Daughter it began like so many stories before it but I was blown away by some of the shocking twists and turns she delivered. She's put so much thought into each of her characters and seems to have everything planned out for her future books in the series. She even gives us tiny hints of what to come, not enough to ruin it just little hints to keep us interested. I definitely plan on reading more by her and seeing what else she and this series have to offer.

My favorite scene in the book.... there are too many to choose from but there is one that really stood out from the rest of the book. I loved when Meghan, Puck, and Ash went to the winter formal. It was such a human thing to do when they were in such a hurry to defeat Virus and stop the Iron Fey from taking over.

What was your favorite scene?

I gave this book 5 STARS!

Review by Meredith