Review: Finding Audrey

Review: Finding Audrey

My first thought when I found out that Sophie Kinsella would be publishing her first YA novel? YES PLEASE! I flew through it as soon as I got my hands on a copy! Finding Audrey is a charming story that will pull at your heartstrings one moment, have you laughing out loud the next, and … Continue reading

May Picks!

May Picks!

May was certainly a crazy month, but I’m happy to say that I think things in my life are finally calming down! I’ve gotten into the swing of things at my new job, my husband and I have found a condo close to both of our jobs to rent, and my long-distance commuting will soon … Continue reading

Review: An Ember in the Ashes

Review: An Ember in the Ashes

Calling all YA Fantasy fans! An Ember In the Ashes is a book that you are DEFINITELY going to want to get your hands on this summer! In fact, this may just be my favourite YA Fantasy of the year (so far)! The story alternates perspectives between Laia and Elias. Laia is a Scholar, a … Continue reading

When It Rains, It Pours!

When It Rains, It Pours!

I think it’s about time for a life update! If you haven’t already noticed I’ve been MIA for a while here on Browsing Bookshelves! I’m alive!! I swear!!! I’ve just had a CRAZY, INSANE, and UNBELIEVABLE month and a half! First off…. I got married!! Yay!! After being with my (now husband) for over 6 … Continue reading

Review: At The Water’s Edge

Review: At The Water’s Edge

There is something about Scotland that reader’s can’t help but find romantic. Whether its the beauty of the highlands, the allure of its customs and traditions, or just the image of a muscular guy in a kilt, Scotland has always been a popular setting for romance. Carly Silver seems to sum up the romantic appeal … Continue reading

February Picks

February Picks

I can’t believe that it’s the end of February already! That’s crazy!! At least we are starting to get closer to spring! I don’t know about you but I’ve had enough of this horrible, cold, snowy winter! I can’t wait until it starts to warm up! Anyways… Part of the reason why I think this … Continue reading