Review: RoomHate by Penelope Ward

roomhateRoomHate
By Penelope Ward

Paperback, 280 pages
Published February 3rd 2016 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Average Rating: 4.24

Sharing a summer house with a hot-as-hell roommate should be a dream come true, right?

Not when it’s Justin…the only person I’d ever loved…who now hates me.

When my grandmother died and left me half of the house on Aquidneck Island, there was a catch: the other half would go to the boy she helped raise.

The same boy who turned into the teenager whose heart I broke years ago.

The same teenager who’s now a man with a hard body and a hardass personality to match.

I hadn’t seen him in years, and now we’re living together because neither one of us is willing to give up the house.

The worst part? He didn’t come alone.

I’d soon realize there’s a thin line between love and hate. I could see through that smug smile. Beneath it all…the boy is still there. So is our connection.

The problem is…now that I can’t have Justin, I’ve never wanted him more.


four star

How do I sum up my feelings about this book in one sentence? …

“A sexy, angsty read with intense heart-breaking and a happy ever after.”Read More »

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Review: Grave Mercy by Robin LaFevers (His Fair Assassin #1)

grave mercyGrave Mercy (His Fair Assassin #1)
By Robin LaFevers

Hardcover, 549 pages
Published April 3rd 2012 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Average Rating: 3.94

Why be the sheep, when you can be the wolf?

Seventeen-year-old Ismae escapes from the brutality of an arranged marriage into the sanctuary of the convent of St. Mortain, where the sisters still serve the gods of old. Here she learns that the god of Death Himself has blessed her with dangerous gifts—and a violent destiny. If she chooses to stay at the convent, she will be trained as an assassin and serve as a handmaiden to Death. To claim her new life, she must destroy the lives of others.

Ismae’s most important assignment takes her straight into the high court of Brittany—where she finds herself woefully under prepared—not only for the deadly games of intrigue and treason, but for the impossible choices she must make. For how can she deliver Death’s vengeance upon a target who, against her will, has stolen her heart?


five star

After reading the Throne of Glass series by Sarah J. Maas, I guess I have a thing for assassins. This novel is all about assassins. Badass female ones. Read More »

Review: The Distance From A to Z By Natalie Blitt

the distance from a to zThe Distance From A to Z
By Natalie Blitt

Kindle Edition
Published January 12th 2016 by HarperCollins
Average Rating: 3.85

This full-length novel by debut author Natalie Blitt is a pitch-perfect blend of Stephanie Perkins and Miranda Kenneally that proves the age-old adage: opposites attract.

Seventeen-year old Abby has only one goal for her summer: to make sure she is fluent in French—well, that, and to get as far away from baseball and her Cubs-obsessed family as possible. A summer of culture and language, with no sports in sight.

That turns out to be impossible, though, because her French partner is the exact kind of boy she was hoping to avoid. Eight weeks. 120 hours of class. 80 hours of conversation practice with someone who seems to exclusively wear baseball caps and jerseys.

But Zeke in French is a different person than Zeke in English. And Abby can’t help but fall for him, hard. As Abby begins to suspect that Zeke is hiding something, she has to decide if bridging the gap between the distance between who she is and who he is, is worth the risk.


 

 

five star

OH MY GOD. MY HEART. MY HEART. IT’S NOT HANDLING THE EXTENT OF MY EMOTIONS RIGHT NOW.

This book. This book is beautiful.

After a long hiatus of reviewing, this is the book that finally brings me out from living under a rock. I’m back for a new year full of wonderful books that will both break and quicken my heart, , that will make me cry, laugh, scream and smile, all at the same time. Bring it on 2016.

Back to the book. Read More »

My Reading Addiction

reading-books-quotes-about-reading-and-books-e1351429484695Hello fellow book nerds!

My name is Michelle and I’m no stranger to WordPress. You might actually know me from my previous blog “Meers2Review”. That was a blog my friends and I used to test the waters of book blogging as a summer experiment and we have stopped posting on that blog for a few months now. (It’s still up and you can check out our content here).

But I’ve been wanting to review books again and I’ve MISSED reviewing and blogging so I’ve decided to start my own personal blog. And that brings me here, with you, right now.

Welcome to Addictively Turning Pages. *insert Disney intro music* The design is still in progress and everything is still very new, so you might be in for some extreme changes in the near future as I get settled into this new blog.

Be prepared for book reviews, fun book-related posts and updates on my life. I’m turning the pages of many YA and NA novels but also the pages of my life, so there definitely will be posts about my life. 😛 Yes, I’m corny. Deal with it. I’m also in school , so I will be busy with homework and assignments, so bear with me if I can’t post every week!

Well, that’s my intro… 😀

Hope you’re with me for the long run!

I’m so excited for the upcoming book reviews!!

Keep calm and read on!!

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