Friday, April 26, 2013

Love Me With Lies...


Olivia Kaspen has just discovered that her ex-boyfriend, Caleb Drake, has lost his memory. With an already lousy reputation for taking advantage of situations, Olivia must decide how far she is willing to go to get Caleb back. Wrestling to keep her true identity and their sordid past under wraps, Olivia’s greatest obstacle is Caleb’s wicked, new girlfriend; Leah Smith. It is a race to the finish as these two vipers engage in a vicious tug of war to possess a man who no longer remembers them. But, soon enough Olivia must face the consequences of her lies, and in the process discover that sometimes love falls short of redemption.


Dear Opportunist,

You thought you could take him from me, but you lost. Now, that he's mine I'll do anything to keep him. Do you doubt me? I have everything that was supposed to be yours. In case you were wondering; he doesn't ever think about you anymore. I won't let him go....ever.

Dirty Red

Leah Smith finally has everything she has ever wanted. Except she doesn't. Her marriage feels more like a loan than a lifelong commitment, and the image she has worked so hard to build is fraying before her eyes. With a new role and a past full of secrets, Leah must decide how far she is willing to go to keep what she has stolen

My Review:

So I read these two books this week after they were recommended to me by a fellow blogger. They were each around 180 pages and told from two different POVs. I started The Opportunist, after work not sure what to think at first, but just a couple hours later, I had devoured the whole thing and found myself immediately getting online to buy Dirty Red.

Let me start out by saying that I have a serious love/HATE relationship with this series. Olivia and Leah are both major bitches and the story does not in any way, shape, or form go the way I wanted it to. But as infuriating as the characters and plot were in both of these books... as much as I wanted to cry and scream in frustration...they were both absolutely addicting! I literally couldn't put them down because I HAD to see what the hell was going to happen next. 

If you are going to read this (and you really should), do not expect this story to be a fluffy, lighthearted, happily ever after read because honestly, it will probably tick you off. But I will say, that is kind of what I liked about it. The fact that everything wasn't hearts and roses, and the women were essentially evil wenches fighting dirty to get what they want (Caleb) and not naive and innocent little girls made this story really stand out and was strangely refreshing.

There will be a 3rd book released from Caleb's POV later this year and I cannot freaking wait. And just to let you know, while the books each center around a different POV...they all basically pick up where the last one left off, so it isn't the exact same story told 3 different ways. Each character has their own story to tell... and boy do they have a lot of interesting shiz to say. 

Deeper We Fall


Two years after her best friend was involved in a car accident that caused a traumatic brain injury, Lottie Anders is ready to start her freshman year of college. Ready to move on. Ready to start forgetting the night that ripped her life apart.

Her plans come to a screeching halt when not one, but both brothers responsible for the accident end up back in her life again.

Zack is cruel, selfish and constantly rubbing what happened to her friend in Lottie's face.

Zan is different. He listens to her awkward ramblings. He loves "To Kill a Mockingbird" as much as she does, and his dark eyes are irresistible. His words are few and far between, but when he does speak, she can't help but listen.

The trouble is, Zan was the driver in the accident, and now Lottie's discovered he lied to her about what happened that night. Now she must decide if trusting him again will lead to real forgiveness, or deeper heartache.

Summary taken from

My Review:

Ok bookworms...Y'all need to read this book ASAP! The writing was great, the characters were well developed and relatable, and the story was both heartbreaking and heartwarming all at the same time. I absolutely loved everything about it... except Zack. I wanted to junk punch him... big time! 

I really enjoyed Cameron's writing in this story. She has an amazing ability to make the relationships between her characters 100% believable and completely endearing. Lottie and her twin brother, Will's interactions were hilarious and authentic. They reminded me so much of my relationship with my own dorky brother and the rest of the characters were equally enjoyable... especially Zan. Holy Moly! I luuuuuurve him so very much! He is tall, dark, handsome, and haunted. I also loved that the story is told from dual POVs because reading Zan's inner turmoil and struggle to be a better person made the story even more special. 

The other POV comes from Lottie, who is now honestly one of my favorite leading ladies. She is witty, loyal, caring, and selfless and her inability to filter herself cracked me up. She is like a modern day Elizabeth Bennett and I just love her to pieces.

I highly recommend this book and am immediately starting the companion novel, Faster We Burn.

Happy Reading, Y'all! =)

Sunday, April 21, 2013



Fate isn’t something to mess with… and now, neither is Alex.

Alex has always feared two things: losing herself in the Awakening and being placed on the Elixir. But love has always been stronger than Fate, and Aiden St. Delphi is willing to make war on the gods—and Alex herself—to bring her back.

The gods have killed thousands and could destroy entire cities in their quest to stop Seth from taking Alex’s power and becoming the all-powerful God Killer. But breaking Alex’s connection to Seth isn’t the only problem. There are a few pesky little loopholes in the whole “an Apollyon can’t be killed” theory, and the only person who might know how to stop the destruction has been dead for centuries.

Finding their way past the barriers that guard the Underworld, searching for one soul among countless millions, and then somehow returning will be hard enough. Alex might be able to keep Seth from becoming the God Killer… or she might become the God Killer herself.

Summary taken from

My Review:

Let me just start by saying... Holy daimon babies!! I LOVE Aiden St. Delphi and I luuuurve this entire series. Oh and did I mention that I love Aiden St. Delphi? Because I totally do! ;-)

The whole Covenant series is witty, action packed, and full of heart. Apollyon is absolutely no exception. Armentrout, who is one of my favorite authors, yet again did an amazing job balancing violence and tragedy with romance and hope. Alex has literally been through hell and back and I really enjoyed seeing her growth shine through in this book. I am not going to even say anything about her and Aiden's relationship because I don't want to give anything away, but seriously that boy gives me major butterflies. *fans face* 

If you haven't read books 1-3 and the bonus novella from Aiden's POV (Elixir), you REALLY REALLY need to. Prepare yourself for a gut-wrenching cliffhanger at the end of book 3, Diety, though. Seriously, I thought I was going to need therapy. Needless to say, after the crazy emotional roller coaster Armentrout takes you on in Diety and Elixir, I found myself feeling fairly anxious as I  began reading Apollyon, and I was dang near a mental breakdown as I reached the conclusion. However, despite any loss and drama, I strangely felt a sense of peace when I put the book down.  Apollyon is like the calm before the storm that you know is inevitably coming in book 5, Sentinel. Truly, I felt like this book perfectly sets the stage for what is sure to be one hell of an ending. 

It is probably for the best that I have to wait till December for it to come out. I am sure I will need that time to mentally prepare myself for what is sure to be a cluster-you know what of emotions in the finale. Until then, all of you should use this time to read this series. It is seriously one of my favorites. This tumblr describes a fraction of what Armentrout's writing will make you feel. 

Happy Reading, Y'all! :-)

Friday, April 19, 2013

To Be Read...

I am currently reading Apollyon by Jennifer L. Armentrout and loving every second of it! I will have it finished by the end of the weekend, so expect a review soon. Until then, I wanted to share my To Be Read list from Goodreads so you can see what reviews will be coming your way in the near future, and maybe even help you to find some books to add to your own TBR list. And please feel free to share any good recs you have, so that I can add them to my always growing pile of books.

BookWorm Beauties To Be Read List

Happy Reading, Y'all! :-)

Sunday, April 14, 2013

So many books... So little time

The last month I have been so consumed with reading and the normalcies of every day life that I have not written any new reviews. Needless to say I have a lot to catch up on, so today's post is going to be a quick rundown on all of the stories I have read lately... Kind of like speed dating... but with books!

Here we go....

Ruining Me and Ruining You by Nicole Reed

The plot of these two books was pretty dark and emotional, and at times the content was a little jarring.  I also found myself having a hard time connecting with Jay a little bit. In fact, there were a few points in the book where I wanted to straight up judo chop her. I know she was the victim of a horrendous crime and I can't even begin to imagine what something like that would do to someone, but I still found myself feeling a little frustrated with her reactions and responses to a few things. Fortunately, the ending of Ruining You made the emotional journey totally worth it. Definitely take the time to check these books out, but prepare yourself because there is some dark and disturbing subject matter.

Forever Changed by Tiffany King

This was a good book about tragic loss and unexpected love. It was a really emotional, yet sweet and moving story and the characters were easy to relate to.

Wanted by Kelly Elliot

This story is set in Austin, Texas, which I love since I am a Texas girl. It is definitely the classic innocent girl with dark past meets hunky semi-womanizing college boy, who immediately wants to change his ways to protect and love said innocent girl. Cliche? Yes. Still enjoyable? Absolutely. The story was super sweet, the characters were extremely likable, and there is a major bomb dropped at the end that left me wanting more. Which brings me to book 2 in the Wanted series, Saved.... It is a companion novel and tells the story of Arianna and Jeff. I actually plan to start reading it today. I will be sure to let y'all know how it is as soon as I finish.

My Favorite Mistake by Chelsea M. Cameron

I read this book on the plane to London, and could not put it down. I was completely captivated by the story and was excited to see how it all would evolve. It is an easy (and at times a taaaad predictable) read that goes from being cute and funny to dark and painful. Of course there were moments that kind of got on my nerves (specifically Taylor), but overall I enjoyed the book. Hunter was a great character. He was funny, yet insightful and always so patient and supportive of Taylor, even when she was a complete wench to him. It's not the best book ever written, but it is well worth your time.

Unbroken by Melody Grace

I am not sure where to even start with this one. Did I like it? Eh, yeah... I guess. The concept behind the story was great, but I felt like there just wasn't enough meat to it. It was super short and the storyline was... lacking. The plot had potential, but in my eyes, it completely fell short, which made me sad because I actually liked the characters. Everything was just way too rushed and lacked real substance.

Suicide Note by Teresa Mummert

This book was good. It didn't blow me away, but it was good. I loved that she wrote using dual points of view and I thought that the characters were relatable and realistic. I was a little annoyed with some of the editing errors that I found throughout the book and to be honest, the story started out a little slow for my liking, but overall it was an enjoyable read.

Wallbanger by Alice Clayton

I absolutely loved this book! It had me literally laughing out loud (for most of the story) and then blushing like crazy two seconds later. Caroline had such an amazing sense of humor and the dialogue between her and her "Wallbanger" next door neighbor, Simon was so witty and adorable that I found myself giggling and grinning like an idiot for most of the book. The characters are beyond lovable and the plot is captivating, hilarious, and steamy. If you are looking for a lighthearted and fun read... definitely get this book. It will not disappoint you.

Depths by Steph Campbell and Liz Reinhardt

This is the companion novel for the book, Lengths, that I recommended on a previous post. The story follows Deo's best friend Cohen as he struggles to find love and happiness after a painful breakup. It is a sweet and refreshing romance and a wonderful follow up to Lengths. The relationship between Cohen and Maren was adorable and steamy. It is a light and fluffy feel good read that is 100% worth your time.

Into the Darkest Corner by Elizabeth Raynes

This story is set in London (which was cool for me since we just got back from there) and is centered around Catherine Bailey, a woman with an extremely dark and horrific past that has left her with a severely life altering case of OCD. I really liked that the chapters alternated between Catherine's present and past life. It was an effective way of giving us glimpses into her life pre-OCD without giving away too much information all at once. The back and forth switching from past to present was a little confusing at first, but as you continue reading, it all comes together. There are definitely some dark and disturbingly graphic moments that are completely gut wrenching and the story is quite long and emotionally exhausting, but it is a really good read that I highly recommend.

Crow's Row by Julie Hockley

I can't really decide where I stand on this book. I was pretty much skim reading and rolling my eyes throughout most of it (to me it was super far-fetched and at times downright ridiculous).... then all of the sudden you get to the last couple of chapters and out of nowhere the story starts to FINALLY take off and then bam its over! Despite my boredom and irritation during the beginning and middle of this book, I absolutely have to read the sequel, Scare Crow, when it comes out because Crow's Row has one heck of a cliffhanger ending that shocked and pissed the hell out of me. Literally just when I thought I really hated the story, she freaking sucks you in with this crazy ending and now I feel invested and have to see it through to the end. Hopefully book 2 will be a little more exciting throughout its entirety and not just at the end because I would hate to have to judo chop someone.

Collide by Gail McHugh

Speaking of judo chopping someone, this book made me want to do just that multiple, multiple times throughout the story. Don't get me wrong... I really liked it, but the characters were completely frustrating... especially Emily. She was super wishy washy and had absolutely no backbone. I kind of wanted to slap her upside the head for the majority of the book, but despite all of that, I found myself utterly immersed in the story. And Gavin? Oh my word. That man is one sexy beast. Yowzas!
I will say that if you want to read this book... WAIT till the 2nd one comes out because you will seriously be ticked off at the end. McHugh totally leaves you hanging. I literally wanted to throw my Nook against the wall after sitting through such a crazy and dramatic love story only to be left with no clue as what the eff is going happen. Super frustrating! Like I said earlier, it is a great read.... buuuuut if you want to be left with your sanity at the end... wait till book two comes out to start... that way you aren't left waiting months and months to stew over its abrupt and irritating ending. Dang cliffhangers!

Music of the Heart by Katie Ashley

Ok, so I didn't love this book, but I didn't hate it either. It was just so-so. Jake was a major a-hole to Abby and even though she is supposed to be the forgiving Christian type, I definitely think the writer took Jake's rock-n-roll angst and anger a little too far for my liking. Never would I let a man talk to me the way he talked to Abby and then for her to just be like..."It's ok. You are in pain. I forgive you... blah blah blah." was extremely irritating. It just seemed completely unrealistic to me. Especially since they had only known each other for like 2 days. She should have straight up junk punched him... hard. Regardless, it was a decent story and there were some really sweet and super steamy moments.

The Mighty Storm by Samantha Towle

Now this story has a bad boy rocker that can make a girl swoon. Both Tru and Jake are completely lovable and I really enjoyed watching their relationship blossom. The plot is funny, suuuuper steamy, and a little heartbreaking. There were a few things that I didn't like throughout the book (editing issues, Tru's indecisiveness, and at times it was a tad drawn out) but I still really liked it and am anxiously awaiting the release of Weathering the Storm.

Falling into You by Jasinda Wilder

If you decide to read this book (and you absolutely SHOULD), get your tissues ready.... I was crying like a baby more than a couple times. It is super intense and emotional and I was completely enraptured with not only the story, but with the characters as well. I can't even begin to accurately describe the emotions I felt while reading it. It is beautifully written... sad yet heartwarming, tragic yet full of hope, painful yet sensual. I just can't say enough great things. It is a definite must read.

Metamorphosis by Erin Noelle

I reeeeally liked this book, not only because it is set in my hometown of Houston, but because the characters were very relatable and completely drew me in. It is a sweet story of self-discovery mixed with super hot man candy and tragic loss. I kind of felt like Scarlett's confidence and ability to juggle 3 guys was just a tad far-fetched since she had lived an extremely sheltered life and barely even talked to a boy before college started, but I still enjoyed her journey regardless. She is a great character and I really loved her relationship with her bestie. Also, the many tributes to my favorite New Adult book boyfriends made the story even more fun. As far as the love interests go....I honestly can't quite decide if I am Team Ash or Team Mason because I strangely love them both. I mean, I totally wanted to kick Ash in the shins more than a couple of times, but there is just something behind his mysterious man-whoring ways that makes me want to root for him. And Mason... holy hotness! That boy is a total dreamboat! He is the epitome of a sexy rock n' roll bad boy. What girl wouldn't swoon!? *fans face* Ok so maybe if I had to choose, I would pick Team Mason. Or maybe Team Ash. Ahh! They are both so yummy, so I REALLY can't decide. I will just be Team MasHon ;-) Needless to say, I will for sure be reading the sequel, Ambrosia when it comes out this summer.

Thoughtless series by S.C. Stephens

When I started the first book in this series I was totally into it, and then as I continued reading I started to freaking hate the direction it was going and more specifically... I started to reeeeeally hate Kiera. I could not stand the way her character unfolded. She starts out as lovable and endearing then 52 blushes later... I was done with her. She was beyond needy, insecure, and extremely wishy washy. The only reason I kept reading was because I hate to leave a story unfinished and despite my loathing of Kiera and the situation she put herself in... I was extremely intrigued by Kellan. I grudgingly got passed book one, then painstakingly started book two, and thankfully, the story and characters finally started to draw me in again. Kiera began to mature and grow, and her and Kellan seemed to finally be getting their shiz together. There were still moments that I wanted to throw my Nook in frustration and thought, "Oh no! Not again!", but I shockingly found myself wanting to punch Kiera in the boob less and less as book two progressed. Then magically by the start of book three, I was 100% rooting for Kiera and Kellan's relationship to make it and found myself starting to enjoy watching Kiera's journey from an annoying, insecure, and uptight girl to a confident and mature independent woman. I loved Kellan's character and as I mentioned earlier, he was the driving force behind me being able to finish the series. He is frustrating as well at times, but he is also extremely supportive of Kiera, playful, funny, extremely talented, and as Anna describes him in the book, absolute "sex on a stick!" As a whole, the series goes from being super irritating to strangely addicting, and if you stick with it, you will be happy with how it all ends.

Walking Disaster by Jamie McGuire

Ok I really really LOVED Beautiful Disaster and I was 100% aware when buying this book that it would be the exact same story... just told from Travis' POV. Sadly, there was just something lacking for me in this version. Where BD was well written and developed... this one seemed rushed and didn't give as much insight into Trav's mind as I would have liked. While I still enjoyed hearing the story from this alternate POV, it just seemed to fall a little flat and I couldn't help but feel a tad disappointed. The saving grace for me was the last chapter and the epilogue. I loved how she wrapped the story up and gave us an ending that was vaguely hinted at in BD. I honestly would have been happy just reading the last chapter and epilogue as bonus chapters to BD rather than paying for and reading this whole book. If you haven't read Beautiful Disaster, you definitely should, but don't get your hopes too too high for Trav's story. If you're a big Travis fan, like I am, you will still like it because... well duh... its Travis freaking Maddox, but to me, it just didn't quite have the same magic as BD.  I still LOVE Travis though! And I also still love Jamie McGuire.

And last but certainly not least on my list today......

Connected by Kim Karr

This book took my breath away. I loved every second, except for the part where it ended. Like seriously, I adored everything about it... the plot... the characters... the heartbreak... the steam... Was it a tad unrealistic at times? Maybe. But I still freaking loved it and I have a serious book crush on River... Like I may be borderline obsessed with him. However, I must point out that I completely freaked out at the ending. I screamed in frustration, then got all teary eyed with worry, and I may or may not have stomped around the house yelling "What!!?!? No way!! This is NOT happening!" No joke, the ending kind of ruined my life. Despite the GIANT gut wrenching cliffhanger, you MUST read this book. Though, unless you want to have a mental breakdown while you wait months for the sequel to be released like I surely will, I HIGHLY recommend that you wait for book two's release before you give Connected a whirl. Otherwise, you might end up needing therapy like I obviously do. Hurry up and get here, Torn. I miss River already. ;-)

Anywho, hopefully you can find a book or two in this post that catches your interest and as always... if you read any of these recommendations, please let me know what you think! Until then....

Happy Reading, Y'all!  :-)

Saturday, April 13, 2013

Wait For You


Some things are worth waiting for…
Traveling thousands of miles from home to enter college is the only way nineteen-year-old Avery Morgansten can escape what happened at the Halloween party five years ago—an event that forever changed her life. All she needs to do is make it to her classes on time, make sure the bracelet on her left wrist stays in place, not draw any attention to herself, and maybe—please God—make a few friends, because surely that would be a nice change of pace. The one thing she didn’t need and never planned on was capturing the attention of the one guy who could shatter the precarious future she’s building for herself.

Some things are worth experiencing…
Cameron Hamilton is six feet and three inches of swoon-worthy hotness, complete with a pair of striking blue eyes and a remarkable ability to make her want things she believed were irrevocably stolen from her. She knows she needs to stay away from him, but Cam is freaking everywhere, with his charm, his witty banter, and that damn dimple that’s just so… so lickable. Getting involved with him is dangerous, but when ignoring the simmering tension that sparks whenever they are around each other becomes impossible, he brings out a side of her she never knew existed.

Some things should never be kept quiet…
But when Avery starts receiving threatening emails and phone calls forcing her to face a past she wants silenced, she has no other choice but to acknowledge that someone is refusing to allow her to let go of that night when everything changed. When the devastating truth comes out, will she resurface this time with one less scar? And can Cam be there to help her or will he be dragged down with her?

And some things are worth fighting for…

Summary taken from

My Review:

There comes a time in every bookworm beauty's life when she finds herself having a seemingly unhealthy book crush on a fictional character. For me, said book crushes happen pretty much every time I open a book, (what can I say?... I'm a romantic!) buuuuut it would seem that J. Lynn (aka Jennifer L. Armentrout) has taken fictional boyfriend crush criteria to a whole new level. In fact, I might have fallen in book LOVE with Cam, the man candy in this amazing story!

Cam is the ultimate book boyfriend. As my friend Taryn said after she finished the story, "He has a turtle, he bakes, and he is a mega hunk! I love him! Good recommendation!"  Cam is absolutely all of those things and sooooo much more... he had my heart melting the whole book. *MAJOR swooooooon*

As far as the actual story goes, I LOVED it!

Avery is broken, yet incredibly strong for someone who has experienced such horrendous events. I really enjoyed watching her struggle to open up and trust people throughout the story and her relationship with Cam is ADORABLE! Sure, the plot might be a little cliche and predictable at times, but regardless, I was giggling and grinning like a school girl during the whole book and couldn't put it down.

It is an absolute must read and I heard that Armentrout is going to write a companion novel telling the story of Cam's sister.... which will also give us more Avery and CAM!!! And even MORE exciting.... she recently announced that she is going to write a new version of Wait For You entirely from my beloved Cam's POV!!!! Eeeeeep! *cue excited flailing arms!*

No word on a release date for the companion or on Cam's story, but until then... READ THIS BOOK ASAP and prepare to fall in some major fictional book boyfriend love. *girly sigh*

Oh and after you read the book... this will totally make you giggle 

Cam and his eggs.... Yes, please!!

Happy Reading, Y'all! =)

Major Must Reads...

I am currently reading a couple of great books that I can't wait to review for you guys, but until then I wanted to share a list of some of awesome books that you should not miss! I REALLY enjoyed all of these stories, but sadly, I don't have time to back track and review all of them so here ya go...

First up....

The Steamy Love Stories:

I LOVE author Abbi Glines, so first on the list are any and all of her books...

The Vincent Boys and The Vincent Brothers are part of a 2 part series together. Both were amazing!
Because of Low
While It Lasts
Just For Now
are all part of the Sea Breeze series and all page turners... Especially the last two!!
(The 5th book in the series is expected to be released sometime this year and I CANNOT wait!!)

The Existence trilogy is also good if you like paranormal romance.

The Secret of Ella and Micha and The Coincidence of Callie & Kayden by Jessica Sorensen
(Both books will have sequels released this year sometime so don't freak out at the ending of Callie and Kayden's story... there is more to come!)

The Bad Boys series by M.Leighton
(The love interests are smoking hot twin brothers...get ready for 2 times the swoon! Oh and book 3 in this series will be coming out this year sometime. I love me some Cash and Nash and you totally will too!)

The Wild Ones series also by M. Leighton
(Book 2 should be coming out sometime this year as well and it's called The Wild Child)

Charade by Nyrae Dawn
(There will be a sequel to this book called Facade released in August.)

From Ashes and Taking Chances by Molly McAdams
( Taking Chances kind of ruined my life. There is a huge and devastating plot twist that I was NOT happy about, but it is an incredible story. Just be sure to have plenty of tissues handy. She is writing a book called, Stealing Harper that will be released this summer, and it is the same story from Taking Chances but told from Chase's POV.)

Up In Flames by Nicole Williams

Beauty from Pain by Georgia Cates
(There will be a sequel coming out this summer and thank goodness because Cates totally leaves you hanging at the end!)

Dystopian Novels:

(If you loved The Hunger Games... you will love these!)

Delirium series by Lauren Oliver
(I literally screamed out loud at the end of Pandemonium and was super anxious to see how she would wrap the story up in Requiem. She did not disappoint.  This series had me on pins and needles. Such a great story!)

Divergent series by Veronica Roth
(This series is amazing and is getting made into a movie. Book 3 comes out in October and I canNOT wait! I have such a book crush on Four.)

Look how amazing the cast for the movie is... Theo James is SMOKING hot!

Matched series by Ally Condie

Paranormal Romances:

(Angels...aliens...zombies...oh my!)

The Premonition series by Amy A. Bartol
(Book 5 is coming out sometime this year... I am really hoping she ends it with 5 because I am starting to feel like it is dragging on. Don't get me wrong... it is a great story, but I am ready to see how it freaking ends already! Oh and I am absolutely Team REED!!!!!)

The Covenant series and Lux series by Jennifer L. Armentrout

(Aiden St. Delphi in the Covenant series seriously gives me butterflies and makes me grin like an idiot! I have a MAJOR book crush on him.*swoooooooon*)

Providence Trilogy by Jamie McGuire

Flukes by Nichole Chase

Significance series by Shelly Crane
(This series is getting made into a movie as well.)

The Hollows by Amanda Hocking
(I am really hoping she writes a 3rd book for this series because she totally left it open for one.)

Heartwarming Love Stories:

Slammed and Point of Retreat by Colleen Hoover are ABSOLUTE MUST READS!!!!!!!!!!

(Seriously AMAZING stories! Book 3 entitled, This Girl is coming out April 30th... it is going to be Slammed but told from Will's POV, which I can't wait for because he is a total dreamboat.)

Between the Lines series by Tammara Webber

Callum & Harper by Fisher Amelie

Going Under series by Georgia Cates

Flat-Out Love by Jessica Park
(I hear she is writing a book from Matt's POV and if this is true... I will definitely be reading it!)

My Heart for Yours by Steph Campbell and Jolene Perry

Crash series by Nicole Williams

Just Remember to Breathe by Charles Sheehan-Miles

Unlovable by Sherry Gammon
(Book 2, Unbelievable, will be released on April 15th and I hear she has a deal to write a few more companion books for this series. It is also supposed to be made into a movie!)

If I Stay and Where She Went by Gayle Foreman
I will say that If I Stay is kind of a downer, but stick with it. Once you move on to Where She Went the story will come full circle and you will be absolutely moved. (This is also being made into a movie!)

Measuring Up by Nyrae Dawn

Shattered by Elizabeth Lee

The Summer I Turned Pretty Trilogy by Jenny Han

There are tons more books that I have read the past couple of years that are worthy of recommendations, but these really stuck out. If you decide to check any of them out, let me know what you think!

Happy Reading, Y'all! =)