Alex is a bad, bad boy. He is magic on the ice but has a reputation of being an asshole to everyone, including the fans. The team’s management, desperate for him to clean up his image, has him volunteer to be the face of an anti-drug campaign in the hopes of turning his reputation around, and makes it where he can’t say no for his answer.
I have the flu. It suck. I feel weak, dizzy, and my nose is simultaneously runny and congested. Life pretty much sucks at the moment but if I was to look on the bright side I would say, at least I have gotten to lay in bed for the past few days, reading books, watching Korean drama, and over dosing on DayQuil, cough drops, and chicken soup. It would have been quite a wonderful vacation away from my various obligations, projects, and child-rearing if I didn’t feel like death.
Do you like the NA romance genre? Are you a fan of college angst-filled insta-love works of fiction featuring a sassy heroine and a BMOC (Big Man On Campus)? If you responded with a yes, then The Hook Up is right up your alley.
The moment I was waiting for has arrived. Dean’s book released and I was all over it like a fat kid eating cake. He had some awesome lines in the last two books of the Off-Campus series and I was super excited to read a story that devoted itself to him. I wanted inside his delightfully sinful mind, and I am pleased to say I was not disappointed.
After reading the surprisingly good first book of this series (The Deal), I went ahead and snagged the next one. After reading the description and finding it was about Logan, I wasn’t as excited as I was with the previous book, but that soon changed after a few chapters.
Sometimes I am in the mood for a light read. Something fun that doesn’t make me have to invest too much in emotionally, and that is when I look in the New Adult genre lists for something to pass the time. I saw that this book was very highly rated and for under a buck, I was more than happy to to give it, and this author a try.
Beautiful Disaster is one of those books that works for me but I don’t exactly know why. It is full of things that other authors employ that I can’t stand but in this book…it didn’t bother me as much. I can’t exactly explain why that is, maybe it is due to the author’s writing style. It was very well written and the flow had me enjoying it despite it’s rather absurd content.
God. Where do I begin? I haunt the GoodReads book lists to find books that I wouldn’t otherwise know about. On GoodReads, I have found some really good ones but then there are some highly reviewed ones that have me scratching my head and wondering how in the hell did that particular book achieve a top spot. This book is one of them.