Hope
August 25, 2016

GirlyGoingAwayParty (1)

How Successful People Think

Hope
August 22, 2016

Good Monday Morning,
I always try to start my morning with great motivation. I hope you enjoy this one. Have a great week.

Sex lowers standards

Hope
August 12, 2016

Setta Jay Review

Hope
July 20, 2016

Newbie Booktuber Tag

Hope
July 20, 2016

http://https://youtu.be/hPSw4ODKdGc

Library Haul

Hope
July 19, 2016

My smut reading fest and bad editing practice

Hope
July 19, 2016

The Striker Review by Monica McCarty

Hope
July 17, 2016

The Striker (Highland Guard, #10)The Striker by Monica McCarty
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Can we get a slow clap for Monica McCarty. I am in love with this series. If you have not read the rest of the series I would not suggest diving into this book, which is number 10 in the Highland Guard series.
I love a good romance and their are certain things that take a series from good to great and for me it is all about character development. I have to believe in these characters. In order to make me believe, you have to put the characters in situations that are believable. Monica McCarty does this with every book in this series.
I truly love the character Margaret. She has qualities that I wish I had in myself. She holds her head up high even when being ridiculed with assumptions because she is different than a normal noble woman. This makes her attractive to Eoin Maclean, because she is the complete opposite of him and THAT is what makes them believable.
This book will make you laugh out loud with the quirks of Maggie and cringe for Eoin’s discomfort. It will also make you feel awful for Maggie and some of the things that she must endure, just because people are assuming things about her. In my opinion, this is one of the best books in the series. The emotional roller-coaster and the action will have you turning pages so quickly, you’ll be sad to see it end.

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Lauren Stewart Book Review

Hope
July 9, 2016

Virtually Impossible (Once and Forever Book 2)Virtually Impossible by Lauren Stewart
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Lauren Stewart is a great author. He characters are very believable Their situation makes sense and I don’t find myself rolling my eyes at dumb female characters (which can happen often in romance books).
I love that her books start in the fairy-tale format. I find this adorable.
If you have not read the first book in this series there is no need to worry because the books do not really build upon on another. The characters are friends but they don’t rely on you reading previous books to follow the story.
This book had great character development. It was believable how the relationship between Hayden and Andi grew from simple chatting online to wanting to know meet one another in person.
I like the fact that Andi, the female character, was smarter in computers than Hayden. I thought him being completely lost, in her world, made him venerable and not just a rich executive. Although we do find out later is a lot more vulnerable than we thought. I was weary about the wife situation in the synopsis, but I enjoyed the fact that she was not the normal “bitchy” wife who treats her husband like crap. She had a story as well and it fit very well within the story.
There was not a huge amount of sex in the book but the plot and situations were believable, which is, to me, the most important part of a story and what keeps you engaged.
This is a perfect poolside book and is quick read.
I am looking forward to the rest of this series.

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Self Confidence

Hope
July 6, 2016

It is Wednesday and I am starting a new venture but I don’t want to fail. I don’t want to be my unfocused self. My self-doubting self. Do you need a boost in your self-confidence. This TEDX talk and will give you a kick in the butt. Stop the self talk and do what you know you can do.