Tuesday, April 28, 2015

ARC REVIEW: Getting Lucky Number Seven by Cindi Madsen

Title: Getting Lucky Number Seven
Author: Cindi Madsen
Publisher: Entangled Embrace
Published: April 28th 2015
Format: eARC | Pages: 218
Genres: NA, Contemporary, Romance
Source: Publisher
★★★★★ (5/5) Stars!!!

Cindi Madsen | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads

What's your lucky number?

Lyla Wilder is done being the shy, chemistry nerd extraordinaire. While every other college student is out having fun, Lyla is studying. With her cat. Well, she's played it "safe" quite enough, thank you. So she creates a "College Bucket List" with item #7 being a night of uninhibited, mind-blowing sex...

But she needs some help from her man-whore best friend.

Hockey player Beck Davenport thought Lyla's transformation would be subtle. Man, was he wrong. With every item she ticks off, Beck finds himself growing seriously hot for his sweet, brainiac best friend. And if he's not careful, he'll end up risking their friendship in order to convince Lyla that he might just be her lucky #7...

I received a copy of this book, from the publisher, in exchange for an honest review. In no way did this sway either my review or my rating!

Basically the title of this one caught my eye, it was catchy like that, and then I saw Cindi Madsen's name attached to it and I instantly put in a request. I've read a couple of her books in the past and loved them to pieces, so there was no question, she wrote it, I wanted to read it. I think the bookish universe is trying to tell this non-hockey fan something, because twice now this week alone I have picked up a book where the main guy happens to be a college hockey player and I've loved it. From start to finish this book had me.

Lyla was completely adorable and awkward. And when I say awkward I mean awkward, but in this incredibly endearing way. Her social skills were cringe worthy. From her totally corny jokes to her nervous word vomits about her cat, Einstein, I couldn't help but wonder how on earth she landed a guy like Beck as a best friend. I guess that just goes to show how awesome he is though. But Lyla was such a fun character. I loved the fact that even though she made herself over outside and a bit on the inside, she was still that same adorably nerdy Lyla, just with more confidence and happier. Her makeover and bucket list really helped her discover who she was deep down and helped bring that girl to the surface. By the end I felt like she was the perfect blend of old and new Lyla. I guess what I'm trying to say is, I never thought that she was doing everything for the wrong reason. She wanted to be more bold and try new things. And she did, and if she didn't like the thing she wouldn't do it again but she was happy and proud of herself for at least trying it and discovering something about herself she didn't know before.

It probably isn't any big surprise that Beck is one of the newest guys to be marked down on the book boyfriend list for me. A guy who puts someone like Lyla above anybody else, even before anything happened with them, before the makeover, is pretty freaking amazing in my book. He was protective of her and basically even put her happiness above his own needs, so to speak. All I could think when I saw that was...wow. Okay granted nothing happened between them and it was strictly a best friend situation between them until after the makeover. But I feel like deep, deep down there was always something there and he just didn't recognize it. Just in some of his gestures and the way he took care of her. Some may argue it could've been in a brotherly way but I don't buy that. It's the little things that speak the loudest to me. He's not a big shallow jerk is basically what I'm saying and I was rooting for Beck and Lyla instantly. I mean he not only gets her corny jokes, even the sciencey type ones, but he thinks they're cute. Beck is pretty darn perfect!

The biggest reason I will grab a book by Cindi Madsen without even reading a blurb, besides the great characters she creates, is she's so freaking funny! With this book it was in the banter not only with Beck and Lyla but Beck's sister was really great too. But it was also in some of the situations that Lyla's awkwardness created. I feel like the night she goes to her first party and the, what I can only describe as verbal diarrhea, that comes out of her mouth with the first guy who approaches the new and more boldly dressed Lyla is worth reading this book alone. So. Freaking. Funny. Like I wanted to sit back and laugh and then just pull her aside and say aww honey no. No, no, no, no.

I think if I were to grasp at straws for things to complain about I would just have one that even in the grand scheme of things days later it isn't bugging me that much at all. But I'd have to say that, while things weren't perfect by any means and Beck and Lyla weren't this blissfully perfect happy couple. Things were very comfortable and good, if not confusing for the both of them, for quite a good chunk of the book. The moment where the crap hit the fan came in very late, at least in my opinion, within the book and there wasn't a lot of time to let that settle and sink in before it was all better. There wasn't enough time for that feeling to lay any sort of seeds of doubts that things could even be fixed. Granted I will say that Beck's grand gesture was pretty perfect for this story and I was grinning from ear to ear. That wasn't an issue. I guess I just felt like it was almost a rush from things are okay --> now they're really, really bad --> okay let's all live happily ever after. I know it's a ridiculous thing to complain about, but like I said it was a grasping for straws type of thing.

Truly, when it comes right down to it, this book was pretty freaking great. Another one that Cindi Madsen has knocked out of the park, in my opinion. I mean best friends falling in love and  on top of that it's the nerdy, awkward girl and the college hockey star, it's the perfect recipe! I cringed with laughter, it broke my heart a little bit, and it was all kinds of steamy and sweet all rolled into one! I would definitely recommend getting your hands on this one. Or any other of her books for that matter if you haven't read one yet!

Thanks to Entangled Publishing for the opportunity to read and review this book!

ARC REVIEW: Changing His Game (Gamers #1) by Megan Erickson

Title: Changing His Game
Series: Gamers #1
Author: Megan Erickson
Publisher: Entangled Brazen
Published: April 28th 2015
Format: eARC | Pages: 172
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Erotica, Romance
Source: Publisher
★★★★★ (5/5) Stars!!!

Megan Erickson | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads

He controls the game, but she’s rewriting all the rules…

Marley Lake is no stranger to awkwardness, but getting caught watching a dirty GIF by the company’s hot new IT guy exceeds even her standards. That is, until she realizes he's as turned on by it as she is. But with a big promotion on the line, she refuses to let her current dry spell be her downfall. Maybe.

Austin Rivers has no business lusting after the irresistible editor of Gamers Magazine. He's a secret partner in the business—and technically Marley’s boss. One look at that GIF, though, and he’s ready to install a whole lot more than just software…as long as she never finds out who he really is.

But reality’s not as virtual as it seems, and when Austin’s identity jeopardizes Marley’s promotion, he has to change his game or risk losing the only woman with the cheat code to his heart.

I received a copy of this book, from the publisher, in exchange for an honest review. In no way did this sway either my review or my rating!

Just a note before the real review starts. I wrote this entire review before I was even close to finishing the book. Sometimes when I fully and truly love a book inspiration just hits and even if it sometimes comes out in babbling nonsense, I have to get the words out. Other times I sit here staring at a blank page for days after finishing a book struggling to find the right things to express my feelings. I'm always thankful for the books that have me bursting to talk about them, like Changing His Game. And now for the babbling nonsense I just mentioned so I apologize in advance if it's very repetitive and rambly. I guess I'm lucky that only the first line is in all caps and not the entire review!

MEGAN ERICKSON IS TRYING TO KILL ME! Well kill anyone who reads this book. I was seriously afraid I was going to actually erupt in flames this book was so freaking hot. I was in a near constant state of turnedonness. That's a word right? It's got to be because I was definitely that! So if it's not a word than after reading this book I realize that it damned sure needs to be one! But it wasn't just all hot, sexy times. This book was also freaking hilarious and charming. My highlighter on my Kindle got one hell of a workout!

One thing I noticed right away that really surprised me was that I think Megan Erickson must be some sort of a miracle worker, because I have disliked plenty of books in the past specifically because of the sheer amount of puns that were used. However Marley's brother Chad uses an abundance of them and I was cracking up with each and every one. Just goes to show I guess that sometimes the right author can do the one thing that drives me absolutely insane normally, and yet here I was eating it all up and loving every minute of it! Well played Megan Erickson, well played.

My love for very dominant alpha male types has been a well established fact, but then you add the fact that the alpha in this book is smart, nerdy and pretty quiet and introverted, well except for in bed, and I'm done for. My dreams wouldn't have been able to construct a more perfect fantasy guy. I am so totally in love with Austin it's ridiculous! He's insanely sweet and caring which you get to see in his relationship with his best friend's daughter. But also very closed off due to being screwed over by the people who he should have been the closest to in his past. Now only two people know anything about him. He's the type of guy you crave to wrap your arms around protectively and then try to find a way to fix him emotionally.

Marley's character was just all kinds of awesome. She's smart, ambitious and determined and so many other lovely descriptive words I could muster up to say about her. But I think what I enjoyed the most about her was at her core she was also a gamer girl. Being a somewhat recovering one myself I felt that kind of kinship towards her. It added a fun and unique aspect to her character that you don't find in many female heroines. And the bond and dynamic she had with her brother Chad? Had me grinning from ear to ear. I couldn't get enough of the scenes with the two of them together!

I'm not sure who I'd love to have an entire book of more, either Marley's brother Chad or Austin's best friend Grant. Oh I would love to have more scenes with Grant's daughter Sydney. She's freaking adorable and funny and epically blunt. I love it when books have that angle. Where one of the characters has a really awesome and outspoken kid thrown into the mix. It makes the books so much more fun and entertaining. There were just so many really great characters in this book and I loved it! I think that's probably about the 20th time I've used some form of the phrase 'I loved it!' in this review at this point. Sigh. I'm really pulling out the big guns with my flowery descriptions here, aren't I? And I can't forget about Chad, of course, who's freaking hilarious and my cheeks freaking hurt from grinning so much. Plus he has great taste in guys. I mean, Kahl Drogo lookalike? Yuuuum!

So to stick with my quote of choice I'll sum this review up by saying, in a nutshell....yep! You guessed it! I loved this book! It was funny and sexy and full of really great characters that have you falling for them all instantly. I highly, highly recommend this book. It will tickle you in more ways than one. And if that blurb alone doesn't pull you in, well, I'm not really sure what to say about you. Changing His Game alone has me easily saying that I will gladly pick up anything and everything Megan Erickson has written and writes in the future and devour it! I've already got one of her series on my Kindle waiting for me at the suggestion of a friend and now I doubly can't wait to get to them! Since I've droned on enough at this point, I'll end the fangirling on that note. ;)

Oh and by the way, just in case you think I'm a total moron, I realize that there are better descriptive words that actually exist that I could have used instead of turnedonness...I just like making up words. Humor me and don't fill up my comments or start tweeting me with real words haha!

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Weekly Haul #55

Stacking the shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga's Reviews. It's basically a way in which we get to show off the lovely new goodies we got over the past week/month however you decide to do it.

For Review:

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Limbo by Amy Andrews
When Amy asked me if I wanted to read her new book that's coming out I very excitedly said yes. I love her books. Then when she was describing Limbo to me she threw in the word noir and that was it. I was sold! I feel like if anybody could pull off a paranormal romcom book with a noir flair it's gonna be Amy Andrews!

Commanded (Club Sin #6) by Stacey Kennedy
Oh Random House Loveswept...how do I love thee? I am so unbelievably excited that I was approved for this. I mean, I'm sad as hell because it's the last Club Sin book but freaking excited to finally have Sawyer's story! 

Yours Forever (Reign #3) by Joya Ryan
*Gasp*! I can't believe this is finally on my Kindle!! I'm freaking out a bit too I just know I'm probably going to cry. A lot... Whichever guy Lana picks I'm going to be happy for and yet completely heartbroken for the other one. It doesn't matter who it is. Sigh. *Covers eyes* Somebody read it for me and then tell me because I can't look! Anyway. Look for my stop on the blog tour on May 8th. Thanks to InkSlinger PR for this one!

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*Happy Dance*!!!
So much fun reading ahead!


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As You Wish: Inconceivable Tales from the Making of The Princess Bride by Cary Elwes
I think this one is going to be really fun to listen to. I absolutely love this movie!


Asa (Marked Men #6) by Jay Crownover

I'm sure by the time this post goes live I will have already devoured Commanded. I can't help it. I've done it with all the previous installments. They hit my Kindle and I'm kind of like "Reading schedule, schmeading schedule! Must. Read. Now!" They're just that good...

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So...Anyway... What have you added to your shelves this week? :)

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Top Ten Tuesday #59

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish!

This week's topic is...

Top Ten ALL TIME Favorite Authors

Really? ... REALLY? ... Sigh. Okay there's going to be all sorts of genres mixing here today on the blog.  This is so hard! I'm kind of freaking out right now! Okay. I can do this. I think...

Robert Jordan

Fantasy is what I am most passionate about and nobody can touch the late Robert Jordan for me.

Jennifer L. Armentrout

I cannot get enough of this woman's books! Paranormal, contemporary, mythology she can write it all and write the hell out of it!

Dean Koontz

I seriously love this man's dark and twisted mind. I haven't picked up one of his books in years, which when I started coming up with names to add to this post, really hit me and made me kind of sad. I used to only read books by him and I think making time for more of his books in my life is long, long overdue!

Julia Quinn

Like the person above, I went through a period of time where all I read were historical romance novels by Julia Quinn and only Julia Quinn. She creates these brilliant and funny characters that are just so easy to love. I also love that her books are funny and witty and more about the sexual tension than just filled with sex, sex, sex. Which happens from time to time with historicals. (Oh who am I kidding? With all books!)

Richelle Mead

I was so tempted to just say "She created Adrian Ivashkov" and leave it at that haha. But really though, her world building along with her characters is just brilliant.

Rachel Harris

I have read every single Rachel Harris book available at the time of this post. I have loved every single Rachel Harris book available at the time of this post. She's brilliant and sweet and I just adore her!

Tiffany King

One of these days I'm going to be able to say everything I said for Rachel Harris for Tiffany King as well. I haven't read everything she's written yet, and I do mean yet, but I am working on it because her books are fun and give me all the feels. Love Tiffany!

Joya Ryan

Joya has recently become a favorite of mine. I cannot stress enough how amazing her characters are! She creates these people that make you wish you could pull them out of their books and be friends with them in real life. Plus she is seriously one of the nicest people on the planet.

Colleen Hoover

If Colleen Hoover writes it you can bet your ass that eventually I am gonna read it. I devoured the Slammed series and let her rip my heart out and stomp all over it with Hopeless and Losing Hope. She's just freaking brilliant! Brilliant I say!

Jessica Sorensen

When doing this post and browsing through my shelves, both virtual and physical, the one major thing I discovered was that Jessica Sorensen was a favorite author pre-blogging days, yet I haven't read anything by her since I started. Well, maybe more like since I started taking it seriously and wasn't shy about putting myself out there. That bothers me! She's a favorite!! I keep allowing myself to get caught up in the world of review books and the new shiny books and authors. Not that there's anything wrong with that but I can't keep letting myself forget about the people who inspired my binge reading passions long before all of this. In other words... there may be a lot of me reading her books coming up in the future. No there will be. I'll make the time ;)

So I know that I've left so many freaking amazing authors out, which sucks. I was tempted to do an honorable mentions section but I couldn't put just one or two I'd end up with fifty! (Okay maybe that's a slight exaggeration.) It was super hard to even narrow it down to just the ten right here! So what authors made it to your list? I'll probably be kicking myself as I visit your posts!

Sunday, April 19, 2015

Weekly Haul #54

Stacking the shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga's Reviews. It's basically a way in which we get to show off the lovely new goodies we got over the past week/month however you decide to do it.

For Review:

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Mia and the Bad Boy (Backstage Pass #2) by Lisa Burstein
Recently finished the first book in this series and it was all kinds of adorable. Really looking forward to Ryder's book! Thanks to Entangled Publishing for this one!

Playing Dirty (Monkey Business Trio #1) by C.L. Parker
Bantam sent me an invite widget and the blurb sounded pretty good so I figured what the heck. Why not give it a shot? Thanks to Bantam for this one!


I haven't really read many, if any, Jessica Sorensen books since I started blogging. And she's one of my favorite go-to authors. There are no words to express how sad that made me when I figured it out the other day. I mean suddenly The Coincidence series is up to #7? SEVEN?? I need to just start reading the hell out of her books and I can't wait to read Seth & Greyson!

So that's it for this week. My pre-order actually came in a week ago but I've been feeling quite craptastic so I've done basically zero blogging in the last couple weeks. Thank goodness for scheduling! Although I now notice that I've gone from 20+ posts scheduled to 3 and it makes me panicky and feel like a big old slacker. Ahh well. My motivation is in full swing! Hope everyone has a great week! What have you added to your shelves lately? :)

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

ARC REVIEW: Just for Appearances (Lake Bliss #2) by Jenna Rutland

Title: Just for Appearances
Series: Lake Bliss #2
Author: Jenna Rutland
Publisher: Entangled Bliss
Published: April 14th 2015
Format: eARC | Pages: 159
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Source: Publisher
★★★ (3/5) Stars!

Jenna Rutland | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads

Hot man for hire...

Rachel Clarke is a single mom with three boys, and she needs help. Now. Unfortunately, her only option is John MacDonald-her high school sweetheart and the disgraced hometown hero who's just returned to Lake Bliss. He's perfect for the job. He cooks, he cleans, and he's amazing with kids. He's also still far too sinfully hot for Rachel's comfort...

Rachel is just as gorgeous as John remembers. But in order for his new youth activity center to be a success, John needs Rachel's help to earn the town's trust back. In exchange, he'll take care of her boys for the summer while she works. Except keeping their relationship strictly business is harder than he imagined. But summer can't last forever, and when it ends, so will their arrangement-and John's time in Lake Bliss.

I received a copy of this book, from the publisher, in exchange for an honest review. In no way did this sway either my review or my rating.

There's nothing like a good second chance romance and Just for Appearances was just that. It was very sweet and full of surprises. I wasn't expecting to like it as much as I did. I mean, I expected it would probably be cute and sweet and I'd enjoy it but not to the point where I hardly did anything else until it was finished. Thankfully it was short enough that I could gobble it up in one sitting.

I love when books are set in small towns. Lake Bliss seems like one of those quaint, peaceful communities where everyone knows each other and they really care about one another. It's these types of settings that have me really get lost in the atmosphere of a book and daydream about what it would be like to be a part of something like that. The grass is always greener, am I right?

With the whole single mom angle I felt very connected with Rachel's character. Though she has a whole lot more on her plate with her three boys compared to my one, still it was easy to like her and really understand her and her feelings. On top of being a great mom with three very sweet and well behaved boys I really admired the fact that she wanted to do something with herself and got this really great job in an effort to be less dependent on her ex, who by the way is a real piece of work.

And then there was John who was such a good, good, good guy. Like, I cannot stress enough how good of a guy he is. He has such a big heart and he's amazing with kids and like, the fact that he came back to a town that basically turned their backs on him when he was a teenager to build a community center for kids? I mean, come on! What kind of person would be that thoughtful and that and giving under those circumstances? That's a rare type of person and I was definitely in full on swoon mode over him!

All of that said there were a couple things that bothered me when they came up. One just seemed strange and didn't seem like it fit while the other just bothered me personally and might not be a big deal to others. So the thing that didn't fit was the reason that everyone is holding a grudge against John. It was something that happened when he was a junior in high school for crying out loud and I guess I shouldn't give the specifics for spoiler type reasons but it just made no sense to me that that an entire town would get their panties in a bunch over something that wasn't even bad. I will honestly stress that he did nothing illegal or morally wrong or anything of that nature. So a couple of the times he was out in public and dealing with someone in a restaurant or in a hospital they would start making snotty comments about him leaving I would nearly lose it. It was just so childish and stupid of these people and I couldn't stand it. Luckily there were only a couple instances and I'd forget about them when they were over and I read on but after finishing they're still there and make me mad.

The other thing is just personal for me. If I understand how it was laid out, when Rachel was a freshman in college she needed to make some extra cash and so she put out a tutoring add which John's parents answered. He was a junior in high school. And the tutoring led to them dating. He was only a junior and let me say that as the mother of a high school senior and him being a year older than John was probably at the time I would have a problem if I found out he was dating a college chic. Is it a double standard? I don't know, maybe? I'd like to think if I had a daughter instead I would still feel the same way. I guess I just felt less comfortable about their past than I had originally once I read that. But seeing as how this book isn't set back then and they are now both very together and great adult characters I didn't allow it to effect how I felt about them in the present. Maybe it's silly, but it's just the overprotective mom in me I suppose.

Overall it was a very sweet and quick read. The characters were fun and the setting was peaceful. I notice that I have the first book in this series on my Kindle so I'm excited to make time for it one of these days. I liked what I saw of Dani and Matt when they made appearances in this book so I look forward to reading how they got together.

Thanks to Entangled Publishing for the opportunity to read and review this book!

ARC REVIEW: Aimee and the Heartthrob (Backstage Pass #1) by Ophelia London

Title: Aimee and the Heartthrob
Series: Backstage Pass #1
Author: Ophelia London
Publisher: Entangled Crush
Published: April 14th 2015
Format: eARC
Genres: YA, Contemporary, Romance
Source: Publisher
★★★★★ (5/5) Stars!!!

Ophelia London | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads

He never noticed her before, but now she’s all he can see…

Miles Carlisle is every teen girl’s fantasy. His rugged good looks and exotic British accent have helped catapult his boy band, Seconds to Juliet, to super-stardom. But after two disastrous and very public breakups, Miles isn’t interested in dating just any girl; he wants The One. And the only girl he’s interested in is not only his best friend’s little sister―and off-limits―but won’t even give him the time of day…

As a kid, Aimee Bingham had a huge thing for Miles…until he made fun of her for always tagging along. Now that she’s outgrown both him and her pigtails. the prospect of spending two weeks on tour with the childhood crush who broke her heart isn’t exactly enticing. Except now Miles seems interested. Very interested. And no matter how hard Aimee tries to resist him, her crush is definitely making a comeback.

But everyone knows that falling for a heartthrob is a backstage pass to heartbreak…

I received a copy of this book, from the publisher, in exchange for an honest review. In no way did this sway either my review or my rating!

Have you ever read a book that was so sickeningly sweet and cute in so many ways and yet also filled with so much tension that through a good portion of it the only thing to run through your head was a chant that just kept going on and on, over and over like a broken record? Kiss her. Kiss her. Kiss her! And then when that magical moment finally happens you were sure that the results of such a tender moment, an achingly sweet kiss would surely cause you to combust? This book is all of that and more for me. And that first kiss between Aimee and Miles is the result of this paragraph and me having to pause, set my Kindle aside and put that kiss into words as I try to come down from that high you get, that romance high, when you're ready to burst from the sheer swooniness of it all. Oh how there is sometimes nothing on earth like a good young adult romance. I'm just barely past the halfway mark as I'm writing this right now but I could swear that my heart already feels like it's consumed in flames, and has been, since pretty early on.

I feel like Ophelia London did a really good job at capturing the teenage voice. Aimee's character was absolutely adorable. She has this sort of sweet innocence about her and I thought it was cute how often and how easily Miles could make her blush. I swear to you I was grinning every time. She was so much fun. I loved the fact that she was around before Miles got famous and was crushing on him long before he became the Heartthrob. Her crush/attraction to him felt more genuine and sincere that way. She was the best friends tag along little sister. I love those kinds of romances.

As for Miles, well, swoon worthy doesn't even begin to describe him. Is it creepy that even at my age I'd be a part of the Miles High Club in a heartbeat? Yeah, I didn't think so either. This guy was so, so sweet and funny. Oh and British. Did I mention the British thing yet? Sigh. Yeah, there's just something about a cute British boy with a guitar. The thing about Miles is that he's flawed and he's coping and dealing with things he's done in his past and battles internal demons on a daily basis and I think watching him struggle to control certain things within himself internally just made me fall all that much more for him.

It's books like this one that really go to show that sometimes a very innocent and sweet YA romance can be a million times hotter and more swoon worthy than anything I could read in something more adult or NA. For example that kiss I was talking about in the opening of my post? That's all it was. A simple kiss, granted it was a long one though. It wasn't some heavy make out session with roaming hands and tongues. It was just a sweet, innocent kiss and yet the feelings it inspired were almost overwhelming. Maybe it's just the fact that they remind us of those wonderful and intense feelings associated with first love. The kind that make you feel like you can't breathe and are almost painful in a good kind of way. Aimee and the Heartthrob did an amazing job of expressing those feelings. Especially since it alternated points of view so we got to see both sides of the relationship and seeing Aimee through the eyes of Miles made my heart...well throb for lack of a better word.

I'm very excited to read books about the rest of the boys in Seconds to Juliet. Especially Ryder who it looks like is coming up next. He kind of seemed like a huge jerk through a lot of the book but the way he comes out in the end has me thinking that he's got a few redeeming qualities in there somewhere. Though I am kind of nervous at the same time because Ophelia London did such an amazing job opening up this series and I notice that it's going to be a group effort. I've never read anything before by Lisa Burstein, who is doing Ryder's book, but I guess I'll just have to wait and see.

Basically I adore this book to pieces and I highly recommend it to anyone who would love a very cute and very sweet YA contemporary romance. Trust me, by the end you'll want to be part of the Miles High Club as well! I think I used innocent and sweet way too often in this post but I don't even care. Give it a read and you'll see!

Thanks to Entangled Publishing for the opportunity to read and review this book!!