Cruisin’ Through Books Cause Books Make Life Worth Living with Aly, Riley is a slacker edition.

Okay, so I have a couple weeks worth to put up. I had set them up to release on a schedule, since I had fallen a bit behind, but the wordpress site decided they didn’t want to put it up! At least, I’m blaming it on the wordpress site, even though it was probably my fault.

Starry Messenger by Ethan Howard

I have to be honest I picky when it comes to Sci-fi books because not all of them are good.  Some just are not what I like to read.  But this book was not one of them.  I liked the characters and the story kept me reading more.  I enjoyed the author’s style of writing.  *This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.*  4/5 Stars

Bound by Shadow by Reily Garrett

What a great series so far!  I am glad I get to read such great books and I get to write these reviews so others can pick up great books as well.  Kaylee is trying to move on with her life after a deviating loss of her twin brother. But she runs into more trouble of a different kind.  Kaylee is a strong character I admire and I loved this book very much.  There were ups and downs for her but I loved following along to see how she dealt with everything.  Great book! *This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.*  5/5 Stars

Indiana Belle by John A. Heldt

I don’t read many time travel books.  This one was fun to read for me.  I am from Illinois so this book was interesting to read about the 1920s in Illinois.  Changing things in the past when you travel back can be bad or good but you never really know for sure.  This book was very romantic as well and I enjoyed it very much.  I would recommend you try out this author and this book and see if you like it too!  *This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.* 4/5 Stars

Caligation by Brhi Stokes

This book was different in a good way.  Supernatural fantasy in a new way for me.  I was lost in this book and I enjoyed it very much.  I was lost in this “new” world with the characters.  I was drawn into this book from the beginning. *This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.*  5/5 Stars

Laird of Duncairn by Craig Comer

This book was a little steam punk and more fantasy.  I have not read many steam punk but this genre is growing on me. This book is in the long past and humans and fey are not a good terms.  Effie is half human and fey and has to overcome a lot in this book.  This book is also a little mystery as well and I enjoyed that little surprise.  Overall, a good book.  *This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.*  4/5 Stars

Damned if I Do (The Harker Trilogy #1) by Erin Hayes

What an exciting new trilogy!  I love Edie and Jude are both great characters.  I love the way the author gave us a little twist on vampires in this book.  Edie being a “Harker” kills vampires, she is a vamp hunter.  But Can you fall in love with one too? I even love the niece Amelia!  I imagine she is soo cute and adorable, strong like her mom and aunt but so sweet.  So far I love everything about this series!  I can’t wait to read more maybe I will try the next book as a audio book! I have read this author before I like her work! I would recommend you try this author for yourself.  5/5 Stars

Day For Night by Stacey E. Bryan

What a fun and interesting read!  This book had lots of the great in it Vampires, aliens, reality show and so much more.  This book was not what I thought but I enjoyed the surprise of how fun it was to read. * This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.*  5/5 Stars

The Game by Angie West

I love this book!  This book was so exciting.  I love to play games too, like Uno and Skipbo.  So, I was very much into playing a game every week with this book.  I loved the twist to it being a vintage game and then the book got even more interesting.  I think the idea of the story and everything about this book was great! Angie had a great idea and made it a great book!  I could see this be a movie or maybe even a great Idea for a mini series for TV.  Not a long book but it was a great one!  *This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.*  5/5 Stars

Cold Blood by Robert Bryndza

I have read another book in this series, but this series I am reading different by not reading them in order.  I think these books can be read in any order.  So, I don’t mind on this series to jump around.  Erika Foster in this book is a character that sometimes I like and sometimes I don’t like much but I believe a strong character.  I have enjoyed the books I read from this series. *This book was given to me for free at my request from Netgalley and I provided this voluntary review.*  4/5 Stars

Run from a Shadow by Ruth Callick

This book was not what I expected it was sooo much more.  I enjoyed it very much.  Children who left Russia in search of a better life.  There are always many challenges when you try to better yourself, but I feel it is always worth it to try. *This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.*  5/5 Stars

Snow by Mikayla Elliot

My first thought on this book when I read the title was that it may be about Snow White.  But I was wrong.  I didn’t expect vampires which was a good surprise for me. I very imaginative story and a face paced plot.  I was drawn into this book right away.  The adventure and the twists in this book were fun to read and I enjoyed it all very much.  *This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.*  4/5 Stars

I was an evil Teenager by Anthony Avina

This book was very fun for me to read.  Lisa Etron is a beautiful crazy girl!  How could that go wrong?  Wow this book was a fun ride I enjoyed it.  I love creepy and scary books and movies so this book has everything I needed and so much more.  *This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.*  5/5 Stars

Caroline Eversole and the Gilded Gauntlet by B. B. Morgan

I enjoyed this book quite a bit.  The adventure was very fun to be a part of.  Caroline Eversole wants freedom. I think that Caroline learn she can decide her own fate.  You can be whatever you want to be in life if I want it bad enough.  I try my best at all I do so this book has inspired me and reminded me why I also try so hard.  *This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.*  4/5 Stars

Wake the Hollow by Gaby Triana

I thought this book would grab me like Sleepy Hallow the TV show did.  I felt it was a good book but I was not as captivated as I was with the TV show. Mica does not want to go home but return home. I was confused a bit in the beginning.  For me, the story took a while to build up.  I think I just expected more from this book and these characters.  I think the book was well written but I wanted more.  The story did not grab me right at the beginning as I thought it would when I decided to read this book.   4/5 Stars

Skeleton’s Key (Delta Crossroads Trilogy, Book 2)  by Stacy Green

This book was an ok mystery for me.  I was not blown away by this book like I wanted to be.  To me, it took a long time to build up the story.  I loved the part about helping to make an old historical house be beautiful again.  I wish I felt more caught up in this book then I did.   3/5 Stars

The Surrogate by Louise Jensen

I thought this book was a very good read.  I enjoyed the surprises through out the book.  After trying for kids a long time the Kat and Nick get once more chance.  I’m not sure I would’ve taken my friend up on it since they were once very close but people drift apart.  But it makes a great book!  I loved it!  *This book was given to me for free at my request from Netgalley and I provided this voluntary review.*  4/5 Stars

Happiness by Jonathon Pantelis

Who would ever want to lose a sister or a child?  Terry had a hard time of it in this book.  I enjoyed reading it but something in life are just hard to live through and even harder to make it out the other side.  I did enjoy this book. There were so many different emotions for me with this book as I read.  I was touched! *This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.*  4/5 Stars

PERMANENT HAPPINESS: The only way to find peace, joy and your life-given purpose by Iyabo Ojikutu MD

I think many people struggle to be happy in life but this book, I think, help you understand that you may be on the right path and just didn’t know it.  I felt that way as I was reading this book.  It had some great points that I also hadn’t thought of yet.  This book  was fun the read for me to see how I felt if I was doing well and how improvements in my life can be made. *This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.*  5/5 Stars

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