27 hours by Tristina Wright- book review


27 Hours
by Tristina Wright

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. I loved a lot of things about this story. Things like having a lot of diverse characters of different races and ethnicities was really cool to read. I loved seeing all the same-sex couples in this book. It was a refreshing tale of romance, action, and it was very fast-paced.

I got hooked into this world almost immediately. It was a whirlwind of things going on with the characters, violence, and war. There was never a part of the story where I was bored. The characters in 27 hours are very cool and I liked them all my favorites would be Breaden, Nyx, and Rumor. I thought they were well written. I thought that seeing all the different views from each person would be hard to fall into and understand, but I was wrong. In fact, it made me be able to view things that were going on in the story easier and I was able to see things from many points of view. I enjoyed reading this story so much. I can’t wait for the next book.

Thanks to Entangled Teen for allowing me to read this book. I got the e-book from them to read the story but all opinions are mine.

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Starstruck by S.E. Anderson book review!

Starstruck (Starstruck, #1)Starstruck by S.E. Anderson

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I got this book for free from the Author for my honest review.
I loved this book. It had me hooked from the very beginning. I like the main character Sally Weber because she has issues and anxieties. I felt like that was an important part to add. To make her more human and real. I loved the character of Xander, I mean he was a great person. Or should I say Alien! I loved all the jokes and funny parts in the book. I liked that the events in the story just kept happening. It never stopped for a second and I was never bored. I didn’t really care much for Matt, Sally’s boyfriend but then again I have a thing for Aliens haha. I mean I didn’t hate his character but I was not into him. Overall loved the storyline and can’t wait to read book 2 in the series. I felt like it reminded me a lot of Doctor Who because of the alien storyline and that was fantastic!!

Definitely, recommend.

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Book review- Into the Woods (Twisted Tales from the Jaw #1) No spoilers!

Into the Woods (Twisted Tales from the Jaw, #1)Into the Woods by Melanie McFarlane

My rating: 5 of 5 stars



I received an ARC of this book directly from the author. All opinions are my own.

I thoroughly enjoyed these short stories. It was an easy read. I grew up reading Goosebumps and I really got that feeling of eeriness, creepiness from the stories. Some were creepier than others, but my favorite was the one about a plant. I don’t want to give away much but I didn’t see that coming… Anyway, I think these are appropriate for teenagers as well as adults. I think that there not overly scary, but something that gives you chills and makes you think well, that’s a bit creepy! I liked that we didn’t get any finish of the story so much as it left the story open to thinking about what would happen next. Which is why I got the Goosebumps vibe from these tales. I highly recommend. I will say I am pretty much a chicken when comes to scary stuff, but these didn’t scare me all that much just made me spooked. If you’re like me, you will survive reading this I promise! Which is good because otherwise, I wouldn’t be able to sleep at all.


This book will be releasing on June 27th, 2017. You can pre-order it on Amazon now.

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Review of Black Dawn by Mallory McCartney (very mild spoilers!)



Black Dawn by Mallory McCartney

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Black Dawn

by Mallory McCartneyPublished by: Clean Reads Publishing

Published by: Clean Reads Publishing
Publication date: February 14th 2017
Genres: Fantasy, New Adult, Young Adult

The end of an Empire, The rise of a Queen

Emory Fae enjoys leading a quiet, normal life. That is until two mysterious, and handsome soldiers show up at her apartment, and the life she knew is instantly whisked away. Memphis Carter and Brokk Foster come from the magical and war ridden world of Kiero, and upon Emory’s arrival she will discover she is the long lost heir to the Royal Line and is thrown into the Black Dawn Rebellion with a dynamic role to ignite the rebels and reclaim her throne.

With both men being darkly woven in her past Emory uncovers hidden secrets, a power held long dormant, and will soon realize there are worse things than supernatural humans, love, loss, betrayal, and a Mad King.

Some things are better left in the shadows.

I received this book in an ebook format to review from Xpresso Book Tours, so thanks for allowing me to read this book 🙂


I loved this book so much! It reminded me of The 100 and Divergent. I liked the characters. They were well written. I enjoyed getting to see points of views of different characters for each character similar to the different characters points of views from the 5th Wave series. Where you get to see things happening from different views of what’s occurring.
I thought it had a lot of twists and turns that occurred One moment everything seems okay and then boom something interesting happened. The ending had me shocked, and I honestly want to read the second book in this series right now. I need to know what is going to happen next right now.
I was instantly hooked on this story almost immediately. I thought the whole premise of the story was well thought out and I liked the whole futuristic outlook on the world. The main character, Emory made me go from feeling sorry for her and then at the end going what the heck? Why?..
I like that fact that there were really good friendships being told in the story, but also betrayals happening in this story it made fun and exciting. The powers the characters had were cool and the main bad guy Adair is a person who I would really like to hear more from in the next book. I will be awaiting book two!! please come soon.

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A review of Paramore’s new album After Laughter

I discovered Paramore years ago while I always heard of their songs on the radio and enjoyed them, I officially didn’t become a Paramore fan until they had Decode in the Twilight Saga Twilight soundtrack. After that, I became a huge fan of their music. I bought all of their albums and went on a listening spree. Ever since then I have been listening to them. Through all the shakeups of the band itself.

On to the review….

I absolutely love After Laughter, its a fresh new take on indie pop music and I love it honestly am living for it right now. I love all of the songs. They each tell a story and are beautifully told through this album. My favorites right off the back after listening to it about 5 times over would be Pools which I am obsessed with because of the background  noise of the song, Rose -Colored Boy which is a happy- make- you- want- to- dance song, Fake Happy which starts off as a sad ballad, and the goes into a more happier tone, Told You So is a really catchy song, and of course Hard Times as it was the first single out of their album to have a music video. Honestly, though I really like each song and they each have the band’s heart and soul in them.

Paramore is back and stronger than ever!!

Listen to their entire album on Spotify here:

Summoner Rising by Melanie McFarlane review {Spoilers!}

First off don’t read this unless you want to be spoiled !!

The book officially comes out tomorrow. March

March 28th 2017 🙂

Summoner Rising
by Melanie McFarlane

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

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I really liked this book so much. I am into paranormal books and this one was just fantastic. I loved the characters of Daciana and Tryan. The story begins with Dacie moving in with her great aunt Katya because Dacie’s mother died. Dacie starts to see shadows moving in her peripheral vision all the time, or so she thinks so. She makes a fast couple of friends. A boy takes a liking to Daciana, but she isn’t really interested. She meets this other boy named Tryan and he seems mysterious. He kind of seems to always watch Daciana when she is not looking. Later in the book, Daciana looks at a painting in a bathroom while out with her friends and she notices that the painting moves. Then pops out a strange looking creature.

Later she discovers that she is a Summoner and their job is to be a pathway for demons. She must use paintings and focus on them to release them and her responsibility is to let the creatures, monsters, etc into this world and then later paint them back into the paintings so they will be trapped in the paintings. She must monitor them and responsibility to put them back.

There is a book of rules for Summoners and everything. Along with rules, there is a senate and people who will punish Summoners who don’t follow through with the laws. Once Daciana turns 17 her Summoner training is supposed to begin, but somehow before her 17 birthday she summons an Ifrit. Dacie has a hard time believing her great aunt about all this and its such a new territory for Dacie. since she knows little about her family from Romania. Her aunt tells her that Summoners also have a Tavros which is supposed to help her in her journey as a Summoner.

Later after discovering that Tryan is a Tavoros, Dacie learns that once a Summoner chooses a Tavros they are bonded for life. Dacie and Tryan become closer and after they hunt a demon down and Tryan gets hurt they discover that they are meant to be bonded and Tryan ends up healing faster because of her being so close to him. Later on, in the book, Daciana ends up letting out a Wendigo and it gets loose and it ends up catching up with Dacie and Tryan. This other summoner comes to town named Liana who came to town because the senate was punishing Tryan for other crimes.

They all end up taking down the Wendigo. Lastly, throughout the book there is mention of a shadow that whispers Daciana’s name and at the end, once she turns 17 she finally can see the shadows form into shapes now and she chases the shadow and it tells her that he killed her mother and now he will kill her. I really loved this book, it was an easy read. I will definitely be reading the next book!

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Oldie but goodie! Number The Stars review

Number the StarsNumber the Stars by Lois Lowry

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I really enjoyed this book. I knew I would because I read the Giver by Lois as well and liked her writing style very much. Although this book is very serious Lowry somehow manages to find lighthearted moments and makes them stand out and therefore be very poignant. The book took you through being in 10-year-old Annemarie’s eyes through the whole story. The storyline is easy to follow as this is a children’s book. The characters feel as though they were real people and I think that’s what this book does well.



The story is told from the point of view of 10-year-old Annemarie Johannsen. The Storyline takes place in 1943 Copenhagen, Denmark. It takes place at the time when German troops were starting to relocate the Jewish people in Denmark. Annemarie’s family decides to take in her Jewish friend Ellen Rosen into their home. Through the eyes of Annemarie, we see a story of heroism of people who took in Jewish families to protect them from the Germans and who’s bravery was astounding. This work of fiction is a moving story of courage amongst a time of war.

I had to read this book for one of my education classes. I thought I would share my information from a handout I made as well. 

Grade level:

4th – 6th grade level (10-12 year olds)

Interest level: 4-8(Middle Grades)

Genre: Historical fiction

Year published: 1989

Other awards the book has won:

 Dorothy Canfield Fisher Children’s Book Award in 1991 and the National Jewish Book Award for Children’s Literature in 1990.

An interesting fact about the author: is that she loves photography. She used to work as a professional photographer. Some of her photos were used in her own book covers.

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I recieved my very first VoxBox from Influenster!

I joined Influenster in November and I’ve been using it ever since. I got my first VoxBox in the mail from them and was ecstatic! I received the product(s) complimentary to test and/or review. However, all opinions are my own.

what I received: 


I got the L’oreal EverPure Moisture VoxBox and that is because I have dry hair and that was the best one that fit what I needed for my personal hair needs. Specifically, I received the following products-

  • L’oreal EverPure Moisture shampoo
  • L’oreal EverPure Moisture conditioner
  • L’oreal EverPure 10-in-1 Elixir

Opinions on each product:

The EverPure Moisture shampoo was really nice.I liked the fact that I only used a little and it made my hair feel nice and soft. Usually, I only feel my hair this soft when using conditioner but this was a nice surprise. I also love the way it smelled the scent is light but delightful enough to have nice smelling hair. I like it to be lightly scented because I am somewhat sensitive to smells and I notice some other shampoos over do it on the smell and this was not the case at all with the shampoo. Although I will say the lid on this is a bit hard to open and close it kinda gets stuck a little. Be careful to close it correctly otherwise, it might spill if not closed correctly.

You can buy yours here:  L’oreal EverPure Moisture shampoo

The EverPure Moisture conditioner was awesome too! I felt like it really conditioned my hair and made it even softer than with just the shampoo. Smelled the same as shampoo ao loved that. I will say that for me personally using this two times a week kinda of made my hair a little over moisture but I now use it once a week and it works well without that happening. A little goes a long way with this.

You can buy yours here: L’oreal EverPure Moisture conditioner

The EverPure 10-in-1 Elixir was great as well because it gave a nice smell, softness, silkiness, and shine. All of which it would said it would do. I love the way my hair felt after using this after I towel dried my hair which it says to do. I like that it made my hair feel soft at the ends which are my problem. I tend to have dried ends a lot so this helped a lot! I will say that the nozzle is a bit hard to push to get a good spritz of product at first when you spray it then it gets a bit easier to use.

You can get yours here: EverPure 10-in-1 elixir

Overall thoughts:

I loved all the products and truly feel they improved my hair for the better. I have been using these for about 2 weeks now and I love them. I will be buying these again so I am glad to be chosen for this particular VoxBox. I also love that the shampoo and conditioner are vegan and 100% sulfate free, paraben free and no harsh salts used.





Assasin’s Creed movie review! (Spoiler Free)




Picture not mine.


First off, I have never played the Assasin’s Creed video games. I do however know about them and have only been familiar with them from seeing the commercials on TV and Youtube for years. I am not a gamer of any sort. I only went to see this movie because it generally looked good and I was curious all these years about the storyline and plot of it. That being said I am coming at this movie from a sight of not knowing anything about the game.

I liked the story a lot actually. I felt the whole Assasin’s lifestyle was pretty intense but really great. I enjoyed the special effects and the costumes were awesome. I loved their hoods and gear so much! Fassbender was really good in this movie. I also enjoyed seeing Jeremy Irons who I love as an actor and human being. I did have one problem with the film and that was the noise level. Whoever did the sound editing must have not paid attention to the volumes or something because when they would talk when Cal was hooked up to the machine you could barely hear anything they actors were saying at all. The music was way too loud! Don’t get me wrong the music was amazing and I loved it but it caused me to go wait what did you say half the time. I almost wished I could have rewind the bit, so I could actually hear it properly haha. I think when it comes out on DVD I will have to buy it just for that reason.

Overall it was a pretty decent movie. I liked the fighting scenes, costumes, and actors. I enjoyed it and I liked the storyline enough I might just look into the games and compare it to the movie.

Rogue One: A Star Wars movie review {Spoiler free!}


I really did enjoy this film. However, I will say it was quite slow at the beginning. It felt a little draggy in some places.As far as characters go I loved Jyn Erso who is definitely a strong female character and its a nice placement in the Star Wars Universe. I liked how she didn’t play by anyone’s rules but her own. Cassian was quite likable even at first I was hesitant to like him, but he was okay with the ending. It also helped that he was adorable! haha. The android K-2SO had a lot of lines that were really funny.

I liked how this film explains a lot of the stuff we have not seen before. I enjoyed seeing certain people that we have seen before in the past Star Wars films and yes the ending made you want to rewatch episode 4 (A New Hope) to remember and now watch it with new eyes! Highly recommend seeing it if you have not already 🙂

Seen Rogue One? comment down below your favorite character, but please no spoilers!