Cover Reveal!!! Tempt (Take It Off #3) by Cambria Hebert V””V


Tempt by Cambria Hebert -ebooksm


***This is a new adult contemporary novel and contains sexual content and graphic language. It is not intended for young adult readers.***

Stranded and alone with not one, but two wickedly enticing men.

Ava arrives at the airport, expecting to board a commercial flight to Puerto Rico. But a plane ticket isn’t waiting for her. Instead, she finds a guy with dark curly hair wearing seriously ratty jeans and holding a sign with her name on it.

He may not look like a pilot, but he is. And he’s her ride.

            So now it’s just Nash and her on a tiny tin can of a plane flying over the Atlantic. When a thunderstorm comes out of nowhere, it proves to be too much for the little aircraft.

            Ava and Nash plunge from the sky and end up on an uncharted deserted island.


            As if that isn’t bad enough, Ava starts to desire… Continue reading

No Kidding by Romi Carrell Wittman (Review By Michele)


***Review From Michele For The Nerd Girl Page ***

**I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion.**

Katie Martin is content with her life as it stands. She has an adoring husband a house and a decent editing job. Katie just has her hopes on taking her career to a bigger level very soon. When Katie finds out she is expecting her first child and her job is not going so well and there is a possibility she may be layed off what else is she to do but worry!

I LOVED this book!! It was a very easy read and almost reminded me of my life when I found out I was having a child. You get to know the characters very well in this book (so well when they cry, you cry)!

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Skipping Stones by J. B. McGee Tour and Giveaway V””V

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They say there are five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance.

Not everyone will grieve in this order, nor will everyone go through every stage. It’s during the stage of denial when Alex Hart meets Andrew Foster. He takes her one-step closer to acceptance: the stage when new, meaningful relationships are formed. The stage when the realization occurs that this is now the new state of normal.

Just when Alex thinks she is on her way to healing, she enters the bargaining phase. That’s the phase where you wonder what you could have done differently. You wonder “what if?” Specifically, what if the ones you loved hadn’t left you?

Leaving…this is what makes heading off to war so difficult and frightening for Alex. She knows all too well what it’s like to be the one on the losing end of life, which is why she’s made it her personal mission in life to save as many lives as possible. The extreme high she gets from treating trauma victims turns into Alex’s own form of therapy, or so she thinks.

When faced with… Continue reading

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From Cianna ….

“Alright, let’s start by saying, I didn’t even know what this book was about when I bought it. Cover looked cool, and I was hanging out at the release party and wanted to support the author! No freaking idea what I was in for, then as I’m hanging out with my NerdGirl group, they needed some reviews, so I said sure, I bought the book, I’ll write a review for them to post.

So I’m reading this book, causually.. getting into the story.. when I realize I’m completely lost in it. I mean, basically almost miss my stop on the bus lost. Dying to read it after work even though I’m totally beat lost. This book grabbed me without my knwoledge and kept me. The work is written beautifully, it’s described well, and the plot is well thought out and organized. There’s no technical flaws to this book at all, that I could see anyway. But that’s not the only reason I gave this book 5-6 stars!

Eren is a beautiful character. He is such a… Continue reading

Dragon Thief & Dessert Rose (2 Short Stories) by J L Mbewe (Reviews By Cianna)

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**I was given a copies of these books, by the author, in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own and not influenced by this gesture**



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The second story in the Tales of Nalu collection ~ Prequels to Secrets Kept – a NA Fantasy coming Fall 2013

The teaching of the Guardians has guided Semine’s footsteps since her infancy. When her mentor shows up with information contrary to what she’s been taught, she doubts her decision to follow in their footsteps. She must decide if there is life beyond what she has always known or embrace a new, mysterious path and reject the Guardians’ legacy.


Grade: A+ (5 Stars and Beyond)

This book was wonderful, exactly what I like in a fantasy, except for all the questions, and I was upset about this until I read that this, and Desert Rose, which I will be reviewing shortly, are prequels to a book that isn’t released yet! Now, I’m just plain pumped because I assume the author will answer a good many of my questions in the actual book, and give us more of this… Continue reading

Cover Reveal – Madeline, Abducted by M.S. Willis V””V


Book Description:

She was meant to be his destruction…
A pawn played in a perilous game between
father and son…
Yet, her strength was more than either
man could imagine.
As Maddy learns to save herself…
She becomes the one thing that could
set the son free.

Madeleine Clark was raised to become a concert cellist. Sheltered and naïve, she remains hidden behind her music, a protection from the world around her. On the night of her first solo performance, Maddy accepts the admiration of a stranger and finds herself captive in a cruel and twisted power struggle between a sadistic father and his son, Aaron.

Seemingly, dangerous and uncaring, Aaron manages the business operations of his father’s estate. Wanting nothing to do with the slaves kept at the Estate, Aaron refuses to take part in the deeper depravities of his father. Despite his resistance, Aaron’s father ‘gifts’ him with a petite, brunette woman he can’t refuse.

A bond forged in conspiracy and deceit, Aaron struggles to save Maddy by teaching her to survive in the world in which he’d been raised. An unlikely union, Aaron soon learns that great strengths can exist within small packages, while Madeleine learns that… Continue reading

Patch Up by Stephanie Witter Release Blast!!!! V””V


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“Patch Up is a perfect mix of everything I
love in new adult Stephanie Witter made phenomenal job at creating another gut
wrenching story about fighting with depression and twist and turns of life that
hooked me and made me breathless.”
Patrycja *Smokin’ Hot Babe*

Info –

Patch Up by Stephanie
Contemporary New Adult novel with a slow building romance.
Publisher: Anchor
Date of Publication:
16 Sep, 2013
ISBN: 9780989707336
Number of pages:
260 pages
Cover Artist:
It Designs
over 85 000 words.
Due to some shocking scenes, this novel
is not intended for readers under 18.
Buy The Book HERE –
Skye followed her long time boyfriend to
Seattle for their first year of college, but he dumped her after only a week.
The relationship brought only pain and destruction in Skye’s life, and yet, she
can’t bring herself to open up and live her life.
“What if I am already broken into
She hates to be touched, hiding under her
oversized shirts and behind her wild frizzy hair. Even her bubbly roommate
can’t reach her. And yet …
“I’m the guy who knows how you can hurt
so much that your insides feel like they’re cut and bleeding.”
The tall, handsome, and tattooed TA in her
psychology class changes everything when he literally collides with her and
confronts her. For the first time in a long time, she wants to try and open up
to this guy whose dark, intense eyes can’t hide his own pain despite his
dazzling smile getting to her.
However, just when she’s starting to live
again, her ex-boyfriend comes back, breaking her time and time again, making it
all the more complicated.
She wants to fight for herself and for this
building thing with the TA, even when he pushes her away, but can two broken
people patch each other up?
“I never thought colliding with someone
could change lives, but it is possible.”
“Patch Up is intense, riveting,
heartbreakingly sad at times, angsty, heartwarming, and inspirational. I was
hooked from the start. Had I not passed out in the wee hours of the morning, I
would have read Parch up straight through, it is THAT good.”
Dawn L
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*This book was given to me in exchange for an honest review*

Skye followed her high school boyfriend to Seattle for University, but once they arrived he dumped her shattering what he had already broken. The relationship and the aftermath left Skye broken and closed off from the world. She hasn’t made any friends and she doesn’t want anyway, she can’t stand to be touched and she hides behind her clothes and hair hoping nobody notices her. Until one day she collides with the TA all the other girls are staring at in her psychology class. He’s sees past everything and to pain that embodies Skye. Can they repair each other and move on from their pasts?

“I never thought colliding with somebody could change lives.”

I ended up loving this book. I was a little hesitant when I first started reading, before I knew Skye’s history. I did what everyone else in the book did actually, I was frustrated with how annoyingly shy and nervous she was. But as her character developed and you learnt more about her the character was no longer cliché and annoying, because in reality she had strength no one could see.

Sometimes stories like this develop unnaturally for me, characters changing too quickly and moving on and up in a way that doesn’t work well with how the story and character started, but that doesn’t happen here. Stephanie Witter has written characters that are so raw and wounded and she doesn’t force anything, every step for Skye whether it be forwards or backwards doesn’t feel like a scene filler or just put there to make the story go forward it actually feels right.

This books contains sensitive subjects and I think Stephanie Witter handled them amazingly, at no point did I feel anything was done to shock for the sake of shocking.

I would definitely recommend this book!

Jaime C

*This book was given to me by the author in exchange for an honest review.*

Skye Walker is in her freshman year of college. She used to be happy, outgoing, sociable. She used to have friends, a life. Now she focuses on her school,work and nothing else. You see, Skye has a secret. A secret she is afraid to share. One that makes her feel ashamed, worthless, less than human.
Duke Ashdown has a secret too. A burden he carries in his heart everyday. Something he can’t get free of, something that eats at his soul. Then, Skye and Duke’s worlds collide, literally. Now he wants to get to know her, to get her to open up to him. Can they learn to trust each other with their hearts before it’s too late?
This was a very good read. It deals with a very sensitive subject. It is a beautifully written romance,  very intense, very real. The characters are great, very down to earth, you start to feel a deep connection them and to their lives while reading. The aspects of being in an abusive relationship were tastefully done and very emotional. Same of the feelings were raw and some of the situations were very explosive. Unlike any book I’ve read before. Exceptional!

What other reviewers had to say –
“The romance is slow-building and that makes
it feel more realistic. The storyline is strong and holds its own without the
romance and then the romance is just the cherry on the cake.”
Laura Carter
“At the end of this book I was crying hard
and wished I could reach in and save Skye from her fate.”
Author Karen Swart
“You reach into the mind of the main
character, Skye, and find yourself looking at the world very differently. The
emotions I experience reading this novel was epic. One moment I would be so
sad, and then over to smiling and then boom, I hated someone.”
Janine Fourie –
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Right Now by Marie Hall Release Day Blitz & Giveaway!!! V””V





Sometimes in life….

Things were supposed to get better when Ryan met Lili. I was supposed to move on, get a life… but I’m stuck and lost. Things with my father are not good. There are demons in our closet, big ones. Ones I want to kill him for, I’m seeing a shrink, I’m trying to get better… but my life feels out of control, like I’m a raft adrift on the sea. I don’t know where to look, how to get anchored again, and then I meet Zoe Stone. Something about her draws me out of my rut, makes me laugh for real, smile, and for the first time in years I want to be more. But what will she think when she discovers who I really am?

…all we have…

When Alexander Donovan, aka The Golden Adonis, walks into my tattoo parlor, I know I’ll do anything to make that man mine. There’s an instant connection, a need to know more about him. Everything about him. But… Continue reading

Sugar Daddy by Jon Bradbury (Review By Cassie)


**Review by Cassie aka NerdGirlLola For The Nerd Girl Page**

I was given this book free in exchange for an honest review.

Disclaimer: This book should only be read by persons 18 and over due to sexual content.

Synopsis: Simone White has a problem—her money is about to run out, and, oh yes, she doesn’t start her new job for an entire three weeks. But Simone also has a roommate named Jacque, who suggests that Simone use her beauty to get a rich boyfriend. Simone has to decide between her pride and her need for money.


Will Marcus is a freelance writer who just hit the jackpot thanks to the deal he made with a movie studio to adapt his book into a screen play. His agent persuades him to go out and celebrate. After all, a payday this huge doesn’t come along every day.


Featuring some of his best dialogue ever and his most explicit writing yet, this latest interracial romp from veteran writer Jon Bradbury will keep you turning the pages.


This is the first time I have read a book written by a man from a female’s perspective and I’ll have to admit he… Continue reading

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