Friday, May 16, 2014

Taming the Wolf Series by Katie Lee O'Guinn

Christina's Review: If you're looking for a good, clean series to read this one is really great! Rather than review each one separately I am just going to review the whole series and recommend them to read! They were really good. I know books about vampires and werewolves are everywhere these days and I was a little skeptical before I started #1 but I ended up loving the storyline and characters and quickly read all 4!!! They really are interesting and entertaining books. . . and CLEAN! Which is hard to find sometimes!

Friday, May 9, 2014

Frogs and Toads by Stacy Lynn Carroll

One kiss can change the future...for better or for worse.
Belle and her cousins have conquered their fears. Now as they navigate their way through the dating world, they start to see a "happily ever after" on the horizon. But when an unexpected school assignment forces them to examine their past, the Princess sisters realize they have a lot of questions about the fathers they've never met. Secrets are revealed, long lost family members are discovered, and now the girls must decide who belongs in their future and who should be kept in the past. (Taken from Goodreads)

Christina's Review: I love the book Frogs and Toads! It cute and clean and just enjoyable to read. A nice book to sit down and relax with. I love the analogy about boys and whether they are frogs and toads. . . very true! You'll have to read the book to read the analogy :) The cousins have an assignment about their fathers which opens up the past for their moms whether they like it or not. So many twists and turns as you learn about the fathers. I hope their are more books coming about the Princess Sisters!!

Friday, May 2, 2014

The Princess Sisters by Stacy Lynn Carroll

Goodreads Synopsis: The only thing she stands to lose are her shoes.
Cinderella is an ordinary teenage girl, with an extraordinary name. But because of that name, she and her cousins, Belle, Aurora, Ariel, and Snow White suffer years of torment from their peers. Then as the girls enter high school and the enticing world of dating, a life-altering decision must be made. Is it finally time to stop fighting, and surrender to the fairy tale clich├ęs that have been holding them back? By embracing their names, the girls discover an inner-strength they never knew existed. And by putting everything they have on the line, maybe, just maybe they will discover there really is such a thing as ‘happily ever after.'

Christina's Review: I thought this was a cute, fun read. It was entertaining. It is about sisters/cousins who are all named after princesses. I liked it so much I bought the sequel.