Bad Habit | Charleigh Rose | Book Review

Bad Habit is the first book in the Bad Love series. I discovered this book through TikTok where the author made a brief snippet which caught my attention. It sounded like a bad boy type of story which I do enjoy from time to time especially if it is well written. So, I delved headContinue reading “Bad Habit | Charleigh Rose | Book Review”

After Us | Amber Hart | Book Review

After Us is the second book in the Before and After series by Amber Hart. Similar to Before You, this is a good girl/bad boy type of story. This time the focus is on Melissa and Javier – characters are that intricately flawed individually and when together may just help each other heal. Melissa andContinue reading “After Us | Amber Hart | Book Review”

Before You | Amber Hart | Book Review

Before You is the first book in the Before & After series by Amber Hart. It is another Romeo/Juliet type of retelling with the “good girl” and the “bad boy” from the wrong side of the tracks. I was hooked from the beginning as Faith and Diego started to fall for each other but myContinue reading “Before You | Amber Hart | Book Review”

The Edge of You | Theresa DaLayne | Book Review

The Edge of You by Theresa DaLayne is a New Adult novel that was released in 2014. Originally, I had requested this one from Netgalley because I hadn’t read very many New Adult books at the time (still haven’t honestly). I also liked the idea of a book with the setting of Alaska. I neverContinue reading “The Edge of You | Theresa DaLayne | Book Review”

Knit, Purl, a Baby and a Girl | Hettie Bell | Book Review

Knit, Purl, a Baby and a Girl is the debut novel of Hettie Bell. The main character is a girl named Poppy who finds herself in sort of a personal dilemma. She slept with her ex-boyfriend and now she’s pregnant. She decides to visit Planned Parenthood to discuss her options and while there she meetsContinue reading “Knit, Purl, a Baby and a Girl | Hettie Bell | Book Review”

Chasing the Four Winds

Reading, Writing, Nerding, and Honoring the Oxford Comma Since 1987.

A. A. MacConnell

When you write drabbles, you relieve the pressure of the epic novel expanding in your head.

The Calico Books

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