Sunday, March 13, 2016

Chat Love Review

Chat Love 

by Justine Faeth

City girl Lucia is having trouble finding a man. With a few nudges from her friends, she decides to try out Chat Love, an online dating service for New Yorkers. Hilarity ensues with one disastrous date after another…where do these men come from? Mars? Certainly not Manhattan! She finally meets someone from work who is almost perfect, but decides to move on as he’s still seeing other women. She keeps in contact with a man named Jack on the Chat Love site. Could he be the one? What about her love interest at work? Just like the lovable cast of characters from Sex and the City, Lucia is Carrie, a stylish woman who has found her “Mr. Big” but can’t seem to get him to commit. Danni is Samantha, who loves to have fun and is wild and promiscuous. Autumn is Charlotte, desperate to meet the right man and settle down. Skyler is Miranda, level-headed and quick to offer advice. Will these ladies ever find love? Will Lucia find her man? Chat Love will give you something to talk about!

3.84/5

Source: Goodreads


My review



I really love it. It has everything that good Chick-lit should has. Drama, romance, more drama, romance and romance some more.

This book sucked me in!! I would recommend it for summertime reading, it's just this kind of a book you read on a beach while you getting tan.

I loved all the characters, even crazy family of Lucia :).

Don't know what else to write, just read it yourself and enjoy not yet discovered-great Chick-lit.

Kaya

Saturday, March 12, 2016

Book release

Lady Midnight (The Dark Artifices #1)

by Cassandra Clare 

The Shadowhunters of Los Angeles star in the first novel in Cassandra Clare’s newest series, The Dark Artifices, a sequel to the internationally bestselling Mortal Instruments series. Lady Midnight is a Shadowhunters novel.


It’s been five years since the events of City of Heavenly Fire that brought the Shadowhunters to the brink of oblivion. Emma Carstairs is no longer a child in mourning, but a young woman bent on discovering what killed her parents and avenging her losses.



Together with her parabatai Julian Blackthorn, Emma must learn to trust her head and her heart as she investigates a demonic plot that stretches across Los Angeles, from the Sunset Strip to the enchanted sea that pounds the beaches of Santa Monica. If only her heart didn’t lead her in treacherous directions…



Making things even more complicated, Julian’s brother Mark—who was captured by the faeries five years ago—has been returned as a bargaining chip. The faeries are desperate to find out who is murdering their kind—and they need the Shadowhunters’ help to do it. But time works differently in faerie, so Mark has barely aged and doesn’t recognize his family. Can he ever truly return to them? Will the faeries really allow it?

4.57/5

Published March 8th 2016

(source: Goodreads)

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Raw Review

Raw (RAW Family, #1) 

by Belle Aurora 


Growing up the way I did, you’d think I’d be more screwed up than what I actually am. Soon as I turned sixteen, I left that bump in the road I called home and took my chances on the street. Best decision I ever made. Now, at the age of twenty six, I’m educated, employed and damn good at my job. My friends have become my family. Like me, they know what it’s like to grow up unloved. 

But the saying is true.
The world makes way for those who know where they are going.

That’s me. I know where I’m going and I’ll get there eventually. On my own terms and at my own pace.
But then there’s him. I feel his eyes on me. I see him hiding in plain sight. He watches me. He makes me feel. It’s unconventional. But it’s real. I’m sure you’re wondering how a person falls in love with their stalker. So am I.

This isn’t a story.
This is my life.

4.25/5
(source: Goodreads)

My review

It's hard to write the review for this book, not because it was a good book, but cause it was so bad. It was so bad that I even don't know why i finished it.
I don't want to write too much in case someone wants to read it, but let's start with Lexi.

Lexi stands for good and she is a social worker for kids that are in the system, she wants to help them, she wants to find a good job for them and she is doing everything that is in her power that ''her kids'' don't end up dealing. 
Twitch is her stalker. She sees him everywhere, but he doesn't bother her. When she gets attacked (almost raped) Twitch saved her and he takes her home. 
 Okay, i thought that maybe he is good, but let's get something straight, she doesn't tell  him where she lives or where is her room in the apartment, but he just knows it. Okay, maybe steal not just that creepy, but what about the fact that Twitch hired the guy who almost rape her? or that He wanted a revenge on her because when they were a little she showed him kindness?   
Book is getting a little stranger with every page. 
Remember how Lexi was against drugs and dealing ? Twitch is a fucking  Drug Lord millionaire!! 
Not to mention that Twitch gave a job one of the Lexi's ''kid'' and he got shot-dead when dealing whent wrong. And Lexi new about the job. 
She didn't care she was hard core fucking Twitch. I wasn't that turn off about all those crazy fucked up sex scenes.
I was turn off how author wrote Lexi. 
Lexi without thinking stops eating pills and of course she gets pregnant. That part was confusing, cause she didn't know about her future with Twitch and let's face it he was a crazy man, he couldn't even buy a friggin' milk at the grocery store that's how much he was screw up. So why did she do that. 
And then about of the sudden Twitch died.
And 5 years later Lexi visited his grave with her son, thinking how love of her life was dead, but Twitch was watching her and his son at the distance, he was fudging alive, 5 years late and she didn't know.  

Everything is wrong in this book except sex scenes (well everyone has their own taste), but don't mind me read it for yourself and then make your own opinion. 

3/5
Kaya




Book quote

“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” 

Monday, January 11, 2016

5 Years of Across the Universe

Hi owls, haven't posted here in a while. But today I decided I am going to, because today we're celebrating 5 years since Across the Universe trilogy has embraced this world. 


Beth Revis wrote so nicely what this day means to her. And Beth I am so thankful that you didn't listen to that professional, I am so happy you decided you are going to publish this wonderful book anyway! For that you are my inspiration. You tell us not to give up in so many ways, in so many words and I am so thankful for you. 

Across the Universe was my first love, my first book that showed science fiction can be really good in books and not only in movies and tv shows. I have fallen in love with your books and your writing style over and over again. And I think you will always be one of my favourite authors.


I also want to thank your fear that has made you publish AtU. And to people who say fear only makes you weak, fear makes you stronger and it gives you courage :) 

Help Beth celebrate this awesome day by heading over to her site and entering the giveaway! 

Have a nice rest/start of the day!

Kat