Tuesday, November 14, 2023

This Expanse of Eventually by: Ryan Jones

This Expanse of Eventually
Author: Ryan Jones
Published: November 2023
Publisher: Ryan Jones
Format: ARC E-Book
Pages: 227
Rating: 4.5/5
When you think about it, there’s not a definite measure of time for eventually.

When Lainie’s twin brother Leslie dies, her world implodes and grief drowns her. She wonders what she’ll do without her brother, but when she’s able to still see him and is able to talk to him, her anxiety and grief subside. Leslie is stuck on Earth as a ghost because both twins need to learn to overcome their grief.

When Greyson, a childhood friend, rekindles a friendship with Lainie, she realizes she doesn’t need to steep in grief alone, that there are still moments and people worth living for.

But will it be too late for Leslie to move on?

A struggle of grief, loss, and moving forward, This Expanse of Eventually teaches you that it may not be easy to overcome grief, that the pain may be there for a long while, but in the end you are strong enough to conquer it.

Night Shift by: Annie Crown

Night Shift
Author: Annie Crown
Published: January 2023 (Paperback release November 2023)
Publisher: W by Wattpad Books
Pages: 283
Format: ARC E-Book
Rating: 4.5/5
The bookworm and the basketball player are about to meet their match.

Kendall Holiday spends her Friday nights exactly where she wants to be: with her head buried in a spicy romance novel while she works the graveyard shift at her university's library. She knows she could join her friends for a weekend of drunken debauchery and college parties, but she likes her alone time, so she tells herself she isn't hiding when she gets lost in the pages of fictional love stories.

But that all changes when Vincent Knight, captain of the basketball team, turns up with an injured wrist, a sour mood, and a pressing need for poetry recommendations for a class he hates. Vincent is tall, smart-mouthed, and challenges Kendall like no one has before. Suddenly, she's falling headfirst into her very own romance novel—but it takes a lot more truth than tropes to get to a happy ever after in real life.

Friday, November 3, 2023

Where We Started by: Ashley Muñoz

Where We Started (Stone Riders MC #1)
Ashley Muñoz
Published: November 2023
Publisher: Ashley Muñoz
Pages: 316
Format: ARC E-Book
Rating: 5/5
Usually, watching a notorious biker club mourn the loss of their beloved president would be a dangerous choice.
Ten out of ten do not recommend.
Unless of course, you’re family.
I didn’t really consider myself part of my father’s legacy, until I found out what he left behind in his will. Ten acres of property, which included the headquarters for his beloved motorcycle club.
I had no idea that by accepting the terms of my inheritance it would thrust me into a battle with the new club president.
Wesley Ryan was unfathomably handsome, menacing and formidable in every way. But his derision toward me only made me cling that much tighter to my birthright.
That is until he decided to play dirty.
Wes didn’t just taunt me by bringing up our past, he wanted us to go all the way back to where we started.
Back to when we were nine and I was just the girl next door who snuck into his treehouse.
Back to when he’d fight the boys who made me cry.
Back to when he first kissed me and stole my heart.
I had to remember Wes wanted to claim my father’s property, not me.
I walked away once, I just had to prove I was strong enough to do it again.

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