Fast tunes for fast cars and hot people. Oh, and that song, which we’d all be sick of before the year is out.
Despite its title, this isn’t an erotic romp. It’s a good old-fashioned story of two people falling in love. I like it.
A TBR Challenge 2015 review. These days, my standards are admittedly low when it comes to this author. Still, I’ve had fun, so that’s good.
The gang is doing it for family. Family, family, family. Thank god there are still explosions.
Well, well, the hot boys are back. After that aberration set in Tokyo, this one speeds things back on track.
Older guy picks up a teenager and offers some money in exchange for sex. Really, what is the worst that can happen?
It took a boatload of producers, but the old Madonna is back. Well, sort of.
This is the most disgusting, most foully violent, awful piece of filth ever. Oh, the rapture.
So, what happens when there is a cure for homosexuality? Don’t cringe, this book is smarter than you think.
Best listened when imbibing alcohol, naturally.
You are invited to Walk the Moon’s biggest 80s-themed dance party ever,
Good lord, how many more books are there by this author?
A TBR Challenge 2015 review. This is getting embarrassing. Quick, ask the author to write me a book that I don’t like!
Talk about a totally adorable romance. Like Rebecca Black would say: fun, fun, fun, fun!
RA Montgomery serves a gamebook campaign that is actually… good. Shocking!
It is sometimes a parody, sometimes a blast, sometimes adorable, but always fun, fun, fun.
“Release the kraken!” seems like a dirty phrase when one puts it in the context of this story.
Ooh, there are pirates in here! Firepower! Sword clashes! And the romance ain’t bad either.
O’ come all ye faithful, joyful and triumphant! O’ come ye, o’ come ye to Wintersage…
Ooh, this is a nice one. I get my romance, comedy, and heartwarming drama all in one single book.