Review: The Diviners by Libba Bray


the divinersThe Diviners by Libba Bray
Series: The Diviners #1
First Published by: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers on September 18th 2012
Genre: Historical Fiction, Fantasy, Paranormal, Young Adult
Pages: 578 (Hardcover)
Source: Purchased- Hardcover




My Rating: 4 stars2


Evie O’Neill has been exiled from her boring old hometown and shipped off to the bustling streets of New York City—and she is pos-i-tute-ly ecstatic. It’s 1926, and New York is filled with speakeasies, Ziegfeld girls, and rakish pickpockets. The only catch is that she has to live with her uncle Will and his unhealthy obsession with the occult.

Evie worries he’ll discover her darkest secret: a supernatural power that has only brought her trouble so far. But when the police find a murdered girl branded with a cryptic symbol and Will is called to the scene, Evie realizes her gift could help catch a serial killer.

As Evie jumps headlong into a dance with a murderer, other stories unfold in the city that never sleeps. A young man named Memphis is caught between two worlds. A chorus girl named Theta is running from her past. A student named Jericho hides a shocking secret. And unknown to all, something dark and evil has awakened.

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I was very intimidated by this book. Have been since I heard of the book. I’ve been so excited to get my hands on this and read it. I have heard anything things and many saw “don’t read this at night”. I’m such a chicken that I only read it in the morning. Honestly, there was only a couple spots in this MASSIVE book that was worth not reading at night. Even then it was maybe 50 maximum of the entire books that was really scary. But even then, not too scary. I’m a big fan of paranormal- can’t get enough.

I honestly don’t the I had a problem with this book at all. I know my rating says otherwise, but it wasn’t something worth going fangirl over. VERY good book, recommend to almost anyone. Just not my favorite.

I really loved how Libba Bray’s writing style shaped the story. Something about it was just absolutely amazing. Her writing is mesmerizing and it kept me interested the entire time. Libba Bray is definitely a gifted author.

I really liked the time period-1920’s. That’s definitely one of my favorite time periods. The flappers, the bob hair cut, Great Gatsby, just the entire lifestyle and how people lived during this time period. I’m definitely glad I got this book done and read. I’m kicking myself- like I normally do- for not reading this sooner.

I’m really excited to see what happens next in the second book!

favorite quotes

“Life don’t come to you, Memphis. You gotta take it. We have to take it. Because ain’t nobody handing it to us.” — page 131


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Review: Attachments by Rainbow Rowell

attachmentsAttachments by Rainbow Rowell
Series: N/A
First Published by: Dutton Adult on April 14th 2011
Genre: Romance, Chick Lit, Contemporary, Adult
Pages: 323 (Paperback)
Source: Purchased- Paperback


My Rating: 3 stars

“Hi, I’m the guy who reads your e-mail, and also, I love you . . . ”

From the award-winning author of Eleanor & Park, Fangirl, and Landline comes a hilarious and heartfelt novel about love in the workplace.

Beth Fremont and Jennifer Scribner-Snyder know that somebody is monitoring their work e-mail. (Everybody in the newsroom knows. It’s company policy.) But they can’t quite bring themselves to take it seriously. They go on sending each other endless and endlessly hilarious e-mails, discussing every aspect of their personal lives.

Meanwhile, Lincoln O’Neill can’t believe this is his job now- reading other people’s e-mail. When he applied to be “internet security officer,” he pictured himself building firewalls and crushing hackers- not writing up a report every time a sports reporter forwards a dirty joke.

When Lincoln comes across Beth’s and Jennifer’s messages, he knows he should turn them in. But he can’t help being entertained-and captivated-by their stories.

By the time Lincoln realizes he’s falling for Beth, it’s way too late to introduce himself.
What would he say . . . ?

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I was so beyond excited to get my hands on this book and sadly I was a little disappointed. I absolutely adored Fangirl, one of my all-time favorite books. So I had very high expectations not only just reading Fangirl, but hearing amazing things about her other books from other readers. I really liked the ending, but everything leading up was a disappointment.

Obviously I still liked the book. It was just the pacing and the life that Lincoln-the technician reading over the 2 girls’ conversations- lead. Being a 28 year old, still living at home with his momma, no future plans for a wife, anything. This was my biggest setback while reading. It got to one point that I just wanted to put it down. Thankfully that I hosted a read along to this book and had to follow the schedule (but we won’t mention I fell behind). ;)

As I’ve said, the ending was my favorite thing. I did enjoy Beth and Jennifer’s conversations- they were very entertaining. But having no actual personal communication between the two, I had a hard time connecting with them, well all characters really. But then again, I am only 20 and they are in their late 20’s and a LOT happens in that time period that I haven’t experienced yet, so that could be a reason as to why I couldn’t connect.

I am however really looking forward to Landline, her newest adult coming out fairly soon. The plot and overall summary sounds a lot more interesting than what this book explained. So I have faith, as well as her other YA- Eleanor and Park.

favorite quotes

“Why should every pregnant woman be expected to read the same book? Or any book? Being pregnant isn’t that complicated. What to Expect When You’re Expecting shouldn’t be a book. It should be a Post-it: ‘Take your vitamins. Don’t drink vodka. Get used to empire waistlines.”– page 175


“Every woman wants a man who’ll fall in love with her soul as well as her body.”– Rainbow Rowell, Attachments


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Review: The Edge of Never by J.A. Redmerski

the edge of neverThe Edge of Never by J.A. Redmerski
Series: The Edge of Never #1
First Published by: Self Published on November 13th 2012
Genre: Contemporary, Romance, Contemporary Romance, New Adult
Pages: 432 (Paperback)
Source: Purchased- Paperback


My Rating: 5 stars2 all time favorite

–The New York Times, USA Today, and Wallstreet Journal bestselling blockbuster–

Sometimes life takes you off course . . .


Twenty-year-old Camryn Bennett thought she knew exactly where her life was going. But after a wild night at the hottest club in downtown Raleigh, North Carolina, she shocks everyone-including herself-when she decides to leave the only life she’s ever known and set out on her own. Grabbing her purse and her cell phone, Camryn boards a Greyhound bus ready to find herself. Instead, she finds Andrew Parrish.

Sexy and exciting, Andrew lives life like there is no tomorrow. He persuades Camryn to do things she never thought she would and shows her how to give in to her deepest, most forbidden desires. Soon he becomes the center of her daring new life, pulling love and lust and emotion out of her in ways she never imagined possible. But there is more to Andrew than Camryn realizes. Will his secret push them inseparably together-or destroy them forever?

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First off before I begin my review, just know I’m VERY behind in my reviews- I have 4 more reviews and about to have another. You’ll probably be seeing a lot of reviews in the next couple days. I will be posting more than 1 review a day for a couple days so I can catch up (hopefully).

Anyway, words cannot describe my love for this book! Everything about this book was FANTASTIC! Last year when I wanted to start the New Adult genre, I asked people what books they would recommend I start with, this one being a highly requested book! I’ve read a few other New Adult books which weren’t requested that I read to start with. I can’t believe I waited THIS long to read this book and I’m really kicking myself for not reading it sooner! I’m so glad I hosted a read-a-long for this and made myself read it! Another reason I didn’t pick it up sooner, is because this book is pretty big. It’s not a small book. So it intimated me a little!

Camryn finds herself at a club in downtown Raleigh in North Carolina with her best friend and boyfriend. She is then confronted by her best friend’s boyfriend and told something that she didn’t want to hear. Trying to tell her best friend, but then loosing her, Camryn boards a Greyhound bus having no set destination in mind. Just wanting to leave town and escape. She then meets Andrew who is also wanting escape problems in his life. Not wanting to go back home, Camryn and Andrew find themselves traveling and wind up in Louisiana. There they start acting upon their feelings for each other not realizing the extent of their feelings for each other.

It’s been over a week now since I’ve read this book and I still can’t form coherent words for how much I love this book without completely loosing it and completely going fangirl. I’m DYING to read more in The Edge of Always and wanting more of Camryn and Andrew’s relationship that I can’t get enough of.

I absolutely loved the road trip aspect of this book which is something I haven’t come across much while reading. It’s also something I’ve always wanted to do. Just drop everything and just drive and go nowhere in mind.

The most weird, but awesome thing about this is, I’m 20 years old and my sister’s name is Kamryn, just one letter different. I know that’s a little weird, but as soon as I saw the main character’s name and age I couldn’t help but make the comparison.

Off that weird note, I cannot stress to you guys enough about how much I adored this book! If your looking to branch out of Young Adult or looking for New Adult reads, I HIGHLY recommend this! It’s a FANTASTIC read and definitely a great book for the summer!

favorite quotes

“Just that dwelling and planning is bullshit, you dwell on the past, you can’t move forward. Spend too much time planning for the future and you just push yourself backwards, or you stay stagnant in the same place all your life. Live in the moment, where everything is just right, take your time and limit your bad memories and you’ll get wherever it is you’re going a lot faster and with less bumps in the road along the way.” — page 86


“I don’t think you ever really fall out of love with someone. I think when you fall in love, like true love, it’s love for life. All the rest is just experience and delusions.”– page 251


“The Heart always wins out over the mind, The heart, although reckless and suicidal and masochist all on its own, always gets it way. The mind may be what’s best, but I don’t give a shit what my mind is telling me anymore. Right now, I want to live in the moment.”– page 349


“Best friends, no matter what they do or how much they hurt you, it only hurts as much as it does because they are your best friend. And none of us are perfect. Mistakes were made for best friends to forgive; it’s what makes being a best friend official.”– page 450


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Waiting on Wednesday (#35): The Vanishing Season by Jodi Lynn Anderson

waiting on wednesdayWaiting on Wednesday is a meme created by Breaking the Spine in which on Wednesdays you post a book that you are waiting to be released.






the vanishing seasonThe Vanishing Season by Jodi Lynn Anderson
Series: N/A
Publishing by: HarperTeen on July 1st 2014
Genre: Fantasy, Paranormal, Mystery, Young Adult
Pages: 256


Girls started vanishing in the fall, and now winter’s come to lay a white sheet over the horror. Door County, it seems, is swallowing the young, right into its very dirt. From beneath the house on Water Street, I’ve watched the danger swell.

The residents know me as the noises in the house at night, the creaking on the stairs. I’m the reflection behind them in the glass, the feeling of fear in the cellar. I’m tied—it seems—to this house, this street, this town.

I’m tied to Maggie and Pauline, though I don’t know why. I think it’s because death is coming for one of them, or both.

All I know is that the present and the past are piling up, and I am here to dig.I am looking for the things that are buried.

From bestselling author Jodi Lynn Anderson comes a friendship story bound in snow and starlight, a haunting mystery of love, betrayal, redemption, and the moments that we leave behind.

Being a huge fan of Tiger Lily and absolutely enjoying it, I’ve been really excited to read this. But now with reviews floating around from bloggers, the reviews haven’t been all that great and that makes me nervous. I adored her writing style in Tiger Lily and when I heard she was writing this, I got really excited about this! Hopefully more people like it, if not, I may stay away from this. We will see!

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Shay could be the key to ending a war that humans don’t know exist. Of a race of beings that aren’t real, or are they? Shay Tafford’s childhood has been fatherless, filled instead with memories of speaking to the dead. She is forced to hide her unique ability from those living around her. That’s why it’s been comforting to have Jeremy, a child ghost, as her confidante. But recently he’s been absent, perhaps lost as her father is. When Shay meets Hugh, the guy she’s had a crush on for weeks, and finds he can speak to ghosts too she’s just starting to find a normalcy in her life. But as Hugh reveals the truth to Shay, about who she really is and about what it is she can do, he erases all chances she had at a normal existence. Turns out talking to ghosts is just scratching the surface of her genetically engineered gifts. Shay learns she may be part of an age old prophecy that could save the entire race of cryptids. But can she?

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Milo Mitchell’s life used to be charmed, but that was before her family dissolved, she went a little crazy, and her best friends started acting more like strangers. Spending Saturday morning in a treehouse with a stun gun for company and a herd of deer for friends is the only exciting thing in her life…until she shoots a fawn and finds her dart stuck in a guy. Her gorgeous victim is dressed in a Brioni tux and armed with a hanky. He has no idea who or where he is. Afraid her dart caused his amnesia, Milo takes him in, names him Nick, and vows to help him solve his mystery. Soon the pair find Nick’s face in a newspaper obituary, and Nick beings to have strange, ethereal memories of Milo–who is sure she’s never met him. Suddenly Nick knows things he shouldn’t know and is doing things he shouldn’t do. When the Department of Defense shows up, Nick and Milo run–toward a shocking conclusion that could destroy both their worlds.

Illumine by Alivia Anders

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For the past five months Essallie Hanley has been trying to forget about the frightening murder of her boyfriend. Haunted by vivid nightmares and hallucinations of the event she does anything she can to pretend she’s like every other normal girl in High School. Only Essallie is far from normal. Able to conjure blue fire and a shimmering silhouette of wings from her body, she seeks the only known solace left to her name; her first home in Belfast, Maine. But she soon realizes that her return home is only the beginning of a long and twisted road taking her as far from her humanity as possible, with Kayden, the demon originally summoned to slaughter her, leading the way. Unable to touch her but oddly curious, he joins Essallie in her search to find out just what she is. But neither of them were prepared for the secrets they’ve begun to unravel, secrets that will change Essallie and everyone around her forever.

Elfin by Quinn Loftis

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Before tonight Cassie Tate’s biggest concerns were whether she could pass Algebra and how she was going to keep Elora, her best friend, from dressing her in a skimpy fairy costume for Halloween. Her feet were firmly planted in suburban reality and she had no reason to believe her life would be anything but that of a typical teenager. That is until tonight, when Cassie saw something that no human was ever supposed to see; in the blink of an eye she was thrown into the world of the Light and Dark Elves.
He comes from a realm where light and dark have fought for millennia. He is of a race known to humans only in myths and legends. The darkness that lives inside him is a part of both who and what he is and it makes him the most gifted spy and assassin in the history of his time. His life is not his own; he lives in the service of the Dark Elf King. He slays who he must, has mercy on no one, is relentless in his hunt, and never tires of seeing his prey fall. He is Triktapic, assassin, spy, most feared of the Dark Elves.
Now, in the midst of his King’s complicated plans to expand the Dark Elves’ holdings into the mortal realm, for the first time, Trik finds his loyalties divided. For no Elf, Dark or Light, can turn away from their Chosen.
Unbeknownst to the mortal realm, the battle between Light and Dark is being brought to their doorstep. The only one who can keep it at bay holds darkness in his heart like a lover, and the one who can sway that heart must decide if she can look beyond his black past, beyond his evil nature and see the man he is destined to be.
The questions must be asked, does love really cover a multitude of sins? Can true love actually conquer all or will his darkness consume those around him until all that stands is an assassin with the blood of the mortal realm on his hands?

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I killed a girl last night. I did it with my bare hands and an old piece of pipe I found lying next to the dumpster. But that’s not the part that got me. The part that scared me, the part I can’t seem to wrap my head around and still has me reeling, was that when she charged me, her body shifted – and then she was a wolf. All snapping teeth and extended claws. But by the time I stood over her lifeless body, she was a girl again. That’s about the time I went into shock… And that was the moment he showed up. Now, all I can do is accept the truths that are staring me in the face. One, Werewolves do exist. And Two, I was born to kill them.

Anna by Julia Crane

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Follow Anna from Keegan’s Chronicles on her own adventure! Seventeen-year-old Anna is an unskilled, natural witch still seeking a way to access her magick. When she moves to Seattle for college, she encounters two powerful witches who need her as much as she needs them. For the first time, Anna believes she’s found someone who can help her explore her own magick. Her dream quickly turns into a nightmare. Creatures of the Light have gone missing, and the witches she admires so well are a part of the mystery. Before she knows it, Anna is knee deep in the disappearances and trying to forge a relationship with a certain soldier named Tommy, all while trying to find her way. Will she have time to save the creatures of the light or will she become the next victim?

Forged by Greed by A.O. Pert

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Two Seattle 16-year-olds, Jatred and Jasmira, are not your typical star-crossed lovers. They are not even your typical Shape Shifters. Sure, they try to live an ordinary life. At least, as ordinary as the Prince and the Princess of the rivaling ancient Races–the Winter wolves and the Summer leopards–can live. But eventually they learn that not much about their existence can be normal. Especially when the Races’ two commanding Goddesses are involved. One of the Goddesses is on a quest to tilt the scale of power to her side. The other will never let it happen, even if it means kicking Jatred and Jasmira’s love to the curb. Nothing is off limits, including removing Jatred’s memories of Jasmira. To complicate things even more, there are the Universe’s powers to consider. They are trapped in an ancient Amulet in order to protect the stability of the world. But the Universe has a mind of its own, and when the powers are unleashed, the forces of nature are disturbed; earthquakes, tsunamis, and volcanic eruptions shake the Earth. All Shifters of both Races are summoned by their respective Goddesses to fight in the name of, or against, the normalcy of the world.

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Fifteen year-old Valerie is used to losing things–she lost her dad to his job ages ago and her best friend moved with no warning…and hasn’t been heard from since. During a weekend camping trip with her emotionally distant parents, she stumbles upon a hidden, mysterious stone and she finds herself desperate to keep it, to possess it. Two strange and beautiful boys have other plans, however. They follow her home–Leo, warm and seductive, who covets the stone and will stop at nothing to get it; and Noel, dark-haired and wise, who pledges to protect her and keep her safe. As she delves deeper into the magic of the stone and the Celtic lore that surrounds it, Valerie realizes that she’s losing. Again. But this loss might involve more than a magical stone – this time, she just might lose her heart.

Golden Blood by Melissa Pearl

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Gemma Hart never knows when her father is going to whisk her back in time. Her toes start tingling and she has a few minutes to find a secret haven where she can disintegrate and appear in another time and place. While “across the line,” her training and skills are put to the test as she completes a mission that will change history for the lucky few her father has selected. Gemma’s parents are adamant that secrecy is paramount to her family’s safety. If people knew what they were capable of, they could be “used and abused”, as her mother always says. Afraid she might accidentally utter the truth and break the ancient oath of her people, Gemma spends her school days as a loner. Only one thing can throw her sheltered life askew… Harrison Granger. Harrison never expected to talk to the strange Hart girl, but after a brief encounter he can’t stop thinking about her. He begins a campaign to chisel away her icy veneer and is met with unexpected consequences. As he slowly wins this girl over, he enters a surreal world that has him fighting to keep his newfound love and his life.



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Review Blitz: A Risk Worth Taking by Heather Hildenbrand



A Risk Worth Taking by Heather Hildenbrand
Series: N/A
Published by: Accendo Press on October 22nd 2013
Genre: Contemporary, Romance, Contemporary Romance, New Adult
Pages: 265 (Kindle)
Source: ARC copy from Mark My Words

My Rating: 4.5 stars

I received an ARC copy in exchange for an honest review from the authors. It does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

When 22-year-old Summer Stafford’s parents split halfway through her senior year at college, Summer’s world is rocked. Everything she thought she knew—heck, everything she thought she wanted for her own life—feels like a lie. The truth is love is a risk. And the true kind, the kind that lasts, might even be a fairy tale.

Reeling from the divorce, Summer derails her own future by breaking up with her parent-approved boyfriend and giving up her lifelong plans for a big-city career. She moves back home, business degree in hand. Dad needs her to fill the gaps her mother left behind; Summer needs to find who she is outside of the cookie-cutter life that failed so miserably for her parents.

Ford O’Neal’s future involves one person: himself. He doesn’t have a permanent address and he definitely doesn’t commit. To a place or a person. Raised by hippies, he plans just far enough ahead to secure his next stop, this one landing him at a work-study program at Heritage Plantation where he can grow his own herbal and medicinal creations.

Summer is gorgeous and smart and fun to be with, the perfect way to pass five months. It won’t be love—Ford’s got too many things to accomplish, too many places to go, before he settles down. Yet Summer pulls him in, challenging him to rethink his own philosophy.

When Ford’s five months are up, each of them must decide if love is really worth the risk.

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I knew the minute I saw the cover and read the synopsis, that I wanted to read it. This book definitely did not disappoint at all! I’m such a sucker when it comes to contemporary and will pick it up quickly!

Summer just finished college, but just recently did she find out that her parents got divorced. Completely torn by her parent’s divorce, she moves back home to help out on Heritage Plantation. There she meets new guy, Ford who is helping the family with develop medicines. Summer doesn’t want to dive into another relationship, especially after just ending one and seeing the other split. But after spending the summer with Ford, she’s beginning to rethink that decision.

I absolutely loved the country life style, you don’t see many country related books out there- at least within the young/new adult genre. I have only ever came across one other swoon-worthy country boy, and that was Tucker from the Unearthly trilogy by Cynthia Hand. Ford definitely is a swoon-worthy man. If it wasn’t for sleep, I would have finished this book in one sitting, it was that good! I absolutely adored Summer and Ford’s relationship! I loved the summer feel, (the season, not the actual character ;) ) making it that much more enjoyable getting to read a book like this in the summer! This was perfect contemporary and a great summer read!!

favorite quotes

-What if I got hurt- What if I hurt him-

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“Funny. Yeah, menopause is my thing.” “Don’t tell me Casey’s your guinea pig for this one too.” “He hasn’t had a single cramp since I moved in.” — Heather Hildenbrand, A Risk Worth Taking


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Author of Across the Galaxy, Whisper, and the Dirty Blood series. I write, read, and fuss at my kids. Oh, and I do laundry, lots of laundry. I’m pretty good at it, too. Sometimes I even read WHILE doing laundry – and fussing at my kids. I’m a multi-tasker.

For more information on my books, release dates, or just general stalker material, um, I mean FAN material, visit my website. I love hearing from readers!

Likes and dislikes? I love vintage tees, hate socks with sandals, and if my house was on fire the one thing I’d grab is my Amazon Fire TV! (oh yeah, I’m a fan of puns.)

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Cover Reveal: Loving Liberty by Belinda Boring

Loving Liberty

by Belinda Boring

New Adult Contemporary

Liberty Montgomery is many things:

A dutiful daughter.
Perfect wife-in-training.
Easy to manipulate.

But secretly she wants more.

For years, Liberty has dreamed of a life filled with opportunities—a life where she makes the decisions, living by her own rules. Unfortunately, her parents have other plans for her, ones that involve her submission and total obedience. Every attempt to break free from their control is met with threats, leaving her feeling trapped. Just when all seems hopeless, Liberty meets Oliver Nichols. With just two words, be brave, he stirs up her secret longings for more . . . friendship, fun, and independence. He almost has her believing her dreams are possible. However, taking a stand can be terrifying when you’ve spent your entire life pleasing others.

Are some chances worth taking? What would she risk for freedom?

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belindaA homesick Aussie living amongst the cactus and mountains of Arizona, Belinda Boring is a self proclaimed addict of romance and all things swoon worthy. When she’s not devouring her latest read, you can find her celebrating her passion for books on her blog The Bookish Snob.

With all that excitement, it wasn’t long before she began writing, pouring her imagination and creativity into the stories she dreams. Whether urban fantasy, paranormal romance or romance in general, Belinda strives to share great plots with heart and characters that you can’t help but connect with. Of course, she wouldn’t be Belinda without adding heroes she hopes will curl your toes.

Surrounded by a supportive cast of family, friends and the man she gives her heart and soul to, Belinda is living the good life.

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