Friday, October 5, 2012

White Trash Beautiful (Beautiful Series) - By Teresa Mummert

I have no words. I am beyond speechless I am going to have to come up with something fitting enough for this fantastic story telling. 
First I want to comment on the cover (Absolutely Stunning.)

This poor girl Cass has been through enough bad luck. Her mother is useless and her mother's boyfriend is an absolute jackass. Yes, I know I speak my mind. 
This book is so angsty and raw I freaking loved every bit of it. 
The day Tucker came into the picture I breathed a sigh of relief literally. 

Who says all rock stars are self centered assholes? Not our poor Tucker. What I loved most about Tucker is that he showed Cass there is way more to life then her diner job and her little trailer. 
Like I said I have no words for this read except get it now you will not be disappointed. 
You want to feel heartache and then love then you need to read White Trash Beautiful.
I gave this book 5 Stars for a reason.
I rate books on how they make me feel and this one made me feel every dang emotion. 
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Fall Guy (A Youngblood Book) By Liz Reinhardt

Hmmm. I just need to get this out there that Winch was one sexy a$$ character! And Evan was equally gorgeous. They come from two different backgrounds.
His family is tight nip almost mob tight.
Winches family is defiantly old school and they practically pick who your going to marry. But, that all changes when he meets the lovely Evan in court. They both are swooped into the same community service as one another when all in fact Winch wants to get as far a way from her as possible. He knows she's trouble he's drawn to her. But will his family approve? Hell no!
Evan holds her own in this novel and I love it. But I found myself wanting to reach into the pages and smack the hell out of Winch a few times for being so naive about helping his older brother stay out of jail and out of trouble.
They fall madly in love and Evan is having a hard time being second to everything Winch stands for. Finally, when Winches brother puts himself in the worst case scenario and Winch is threatened to be put in prison to save his brothers own arse, Evan puts her mighty foot down. 
This is a story about true love and passion that heats up your loins. If you love romance and you love bad boys who aren't really all that bad, then you need to pick this copy up immediately and begin reading. It will not disappoint. The chemistry alone between these two will have you reeling to turn the pages.
I gave this book 4/5 Stars

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Curio Vignettes Craving By Cara Mckenna

Not much to say about Didier and Caroly in this third Novella to the series. It's again more about his fright of being outside and exploring his intense relationship with Caroly. I wish these were longer reads. I am having a tough time paying $2.49 for something I can read in fifteen minutes or less. I know it's made for a Quickie read, but in my opinion Cara could so make this a badass full on series with full novels. That's how great these two characters shine. Needless to say I am stricken with the addiction and will continue to pay for each installment. 
4/5 Stars for the third Curio

Unlovable (The Port Fare Series) By Sherry Gammon

Where to begin?

Oh that's right first I want to curse about Maggie's pathetic mother. The fact she called her own daughter unlovable (I swear if I could bitch slap through a book I would.)

I understand that alcoholism is a disease, but that was pushing it too far for me.

The synopsis is not wrong when it says Maggie is the poster child for heroin. The way she looks screams drug user. Even though she is not an abuser she is slowly starting to shrivel away into nothing due to starvation. 

Seth an undercover MET agent is immediately drawn to Maggie. As soon as he started showing interest in her my heart soared that's how bad this poor eighteen year old had it. 

This book will tare you down and then towards the end starts putting you back together again.

I can see why this story is being optioned off for a movie. It's superb! I will defiantly see it on the big screen. 

I gave this book 4/5 stars.