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

Mini Reviews: February 2015 Edition

Mini Reviews: February 2015 Edition

I don’t know if it’s the cold weather, or the fact that I’ve been crazy busy with work and wedding planning, but this year has gotten to a shaky start when it comes to books. I’ve been reading and blogging MUCH SLOWER then I would like. Nevertheless, I wanted to share some of the books … Continue reading

The TBR Tag!

The TBR Tag!

Hello everyone! This past week I was tagged by the lovely Chelsey from Chels and a Book to do the TBR Tag. My “To Be Read” pile is 98% virtual, as I try to get most of my books from the library. Nevertheless, every time I look at my TBR shelf on Goodreads I panic … Continue reading

January Picks

January Picks

The wonderful Meaghan from Muscles With Meag has a monthly feature on her blog where she picks her top 5 favourite products/things that she’s used in the past month. I thought it was an awesome idea, and I always look forward to seeing what her monthly picks will be! This month I thought I would … Continue reading

Review: The Girl On the Train

Review: The Girl On the Train

I decided to step a bit out of my comfort zone this month, and requested a copy of The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkins for review from Random House Canada. I’m usually not much of a suspense fan, but the buzz surrounding this book had me curious and I just couldn’t resist! While … Continue reading