Book Reviews

Josh & Hannah by Lynda Chance

My edition: Kindle Owned
Pages: 303
Series: Redwood Falls #1
Genre: NA, High school
Publish: July 31st 2013
Rating: 3.5 stars


Josh Turner wants Hannah more than life itself. She’s perfect and new . . . but she’s a McIntyre. She’s from the richest family in the county, and he’s a Turner, from the wrong side of the proverbial tracks. And to make matters worse, there’s no love lost between their families.


Josh Turner is from the wrong side of the tracks, Hannah from the right.

I like stories like this, normally the other way around. Girl from wrong side and guy from right, but I’ll take it any way.

While I like the story, I wasn’t in love with it. It hit the spot. I do plan on reading the rest of the series but for right now I’m putting on hold. I really want Katie and Zach’s story which is next but I have a ton of books I need to get through.

P.S. Josh Turner is one hot alpha male!

Book Reviews

The Tutor by K. Larson

My edition: Kindle Unlimited
Series: Stand alone
Genre: Dark
Publish: June 5, 2017


After a party gone wrong and in desperate need of money for the fall semester of college, twenty-year-old Nora Robertson needs to escape her hometown.

She accepts a summer long live-in tutoring job for a handsome man and his little sister at a secluded home deep in the mountains.

There is no running water.

No electricity.

No internet or cell service.

When her tutoring job ends she’s hit with a brutal turn of events… she’s not permitted to leave. After months in captivity, she makes a harrowing escape with her student that ends in a car accident on a desolate road. When Nora comes to, her student is missing. In a desperate attempt to find the girl, Nora will have to recount her time held captive.

The good and the bad.

Can Nora and the authorities work together to find the man who took her? Will they rescue the girl Nora tried to save?



All my life, people promised that dreams could come true . . . but they forgot to mention that nightmares are dreams, too.

If you are wanting a dark romance look somewhere else. In this book, we go into the mind of a woman who has Stockholm Syndrome and other symptoms of being held captive and manipulated.

Captivity is a state of mind. A thing you carry with you. It is hard to let go of, even when you have your freedom returned.

Nora has accepted to taking a tutoring job in a reclusive mountain cabin to a man and his sister. For three months everything is perfect, until she has to leave.

I’ve learned the heart is a wild beast, that’s why it is caged inside our ribs, that monsters are real and they look like humans and that love is a fickle beast.

At first I wasn’t sure I was going to even like this book, but now that I’ve finished it, I’m glad I stuck with it.

There are multiple character P.O.V. so it’s a bit confusing at first. I’m very happy that this went the way it did. I really like the fact that we got many P.O.V.s because it helped the story.

Nora had to survive Holden. How she chose was to simply give in instead of fighting.

We all have demons. I simply chose to feed mine in order to survive

I really didn’t know how this was going to end. It had me on my toes. There is another book called The Brother which I think is going to be a sequel to this. Haven’t looked much into it yet. Our heroine is a logophile. I found some new words that I don’t think I am pronouncing right.

The story of going through Nora’s mind of what happened and trying to piece together what is going to happen is incredible. I love the psychological aspect. This isn’t like anything I have ever read. Definitely giving K. Larsen another run in the future.