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Writing through Rose Tinted Glasses

The blog of Rose Summers – A bright-eyed realist who shares her random musings in 500 words or less (most of the time) and/or videos.

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Review: Maestra by L.S. Hilton

Quick review for a truly abhorrent reading experience (for me). This was a random library read I picked up, and suffice to say I won’t be reading the sequel to this.

*sighs* I’ll put it like this: it’s a bad sign when you have nothing good to say about a book upon finishing it, but it’s even worse when the experience is so bad that you have little to nothing to say about it. Usually when I’m writing reviews about a book that I dislike, I have a plethora of things to say that was wrong with the experience and I’ll spell it all out. In this case? Everything with this just didn’t work for me.

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Review: Only Ever You by Rebecca Drake

Quick review for a quick read. “Only Ever You” by Rebecca Drake is the first novel I’ve read in this author’s bibliography. It was definitely a page turner. I found it difficult to tear myself away from this book wanting to know what happened next in the overarching mystery. The story centers around the disappearance of a girl named Sophia, causing a downward spiral on an already testy household for her parents Jill and David.

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Review: Tell the Truth, Shame the Devil by Melina Marchetta

Quick review for a progressive read. It’s hard to describe my reactions to this novel, because, on one hand, this is quite apt to Melina Marchetta’s style of writing – strong characterizations, compelling family-centered stories, and emotional revelations on the topics she touches upon (particularly with respect to race, violence, prejudice, etc.) I enjoyed the journey this novel took me on for the most part, even as it handed down its revelations progressively rather than in one felt swoop like the magnitude of the crime(s) this book centers upon.

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Review: So Tough to Tame (Jackson #3) by Victoria Dahl

Quick review for a quick read. I read this in a matter of hours, but all I really got out of this story was a “meh” read, unfortunately. Walker and Charlie definitely had chemistry and some fun flirtations in the mix (though there were some sensual scenes that made me cringe because they were awkward), but on the whole, I wasn’t really taken into this story very much even with the quirky personalities and side-characters this narrative had to offer.

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Review: Storm at SEA by Skyler White

Quick review for a quick read. So this is my second (or it might be third, I can’t remember which) foray into choose your own adventure type style adult themed reads.

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