~ Review ~ A Hellion in Her Bed By, Sabrina Jeffries


FULL TITLE: The Hellions of Halstead Hall Series #2 – A Hellion in Her Bed By, Sabrina Jeffries

PUBLICATION: Pocket Books (2010)

GENRE: Historical Romance

MY RATING: FOUR (4) stars

SOURCE: Personal E-book


Mired in scandal after his parents’ mysterious deaths, notorious gambler Lord Jarret Sharpe agrees to tamely run the family’s brewery for a year if his Machiavellian grandmother rescinds her ultimatum that he marry. But the gambler in him can’t resist when beguiling Annabel Lake proposes a wager. If she wins their card game, he must help save her family’s foundering brewery. But if he wins, she must spend a night in his bed. The outcome sets off a chain of events that threatens to destroy all his plans… and unveils the secret Annabel has held for so long. When Jarret discovers the darker reason behind her wager, he forces her into another one—and this time he intends to win not just her body, but her heart.

This is the second review I have written over one of Sabrina Jeffries’ books (Click HERE to magickally travel to the first review of the series). Although I really just became a fan of this author, I absolutely love her The Hellions of Halstead Hall Series. I adore the premise and especially Hetty Sharpe, the Sharpe’s feisty, independent grandmother… Anyway, let’s get into the thick of it, shall we?

A Hellion in Her Bed focuses on another of the Sharpe brothers – Jared Sharpe. As you read in the summary part of my post, Jared is a gambler and that is the main plot device that runs this whole book. The female main character of the book is Annabell and I loved the way the author wrote her character! She was, at times, shy and quiet, but, at others, she was playful and mischievous. I think the author paired the two of them well together. 🙂

I really enjoyed the plot device the author used – the wager(s) between Jared and Annabell. Although the feminist part of me was slightly upset over the lurking coercion in the action, I enjoyed it. It added humor, complexity, and depth to the story that might not have been there without it. All in all, I think that Sabrina Jeffries is an amazing author and I definitely will continue onto the third book in this series – How to Woo a Reluctant Lady! 🙂 That being said however…

I read my first review for this author over the first book in the series, The Truth About Lord Stoneville, and realized that I included a reason why I chose to give this author FOUR (4) stars instead of FIVE (5) stars. I give most of the books I read FOUR (4) stars, but it seems like so far on my blog Sabrina Jeffries’ book is the only one I have given FOUR (4) stars instead of FIVE (5) stars. 😦 I do feel like I need to explain myself… (see thoughts after the interesting tidbit section).


Read excerpt: http://www.sabrinajeffries.com/books/a-hellion-in-her-bed/#excerpt

I really enjoyed this book, but it wasn’t Kresley Cole amazing, you know? Do you think that’s rude to say? I always feel like I’m might insult writers when I don’t give their novels FIVE (5) stars. What do you guys think? Let me know in the comments. 🙂

~ Jade


~ Blog Tour/Guest Post ~ Acting on Impulse By, Thea Dawson

Welcome to my very first blog tour/guest post here at Jade’s Secret Storms! The book on tour today is Acting on Impulse By, Thea Dawson, a new contemporary romance that came out in October of this year. In this post, I have an ‘About the Author’ section, Thea Dawson’s guest post that she wrote entitled “Top 10 Fun Facts about Acting on Impulse,” my normal publication information as well as a summary, purchase links provided by the author, and then finally a giveaway hosted by the author at the end of this post. 🙂 Be sure to check out my discussion prompting at the very bottom of the post!

Click on this link for the Blog Tour Schedule for this book: Acting on Impulse By, Thea Dawson Blog Tour Information

About Thea Dawson:

Thea Dawson has lived in Rome, Tokyo and London, and spent much of her twenties traveling around the world. Eventually she met the love of her life and settled down in the Pacific Northwest, where she now lives with her husband and three children.

After a checkered career which included stints as an English teacher, librarian and editor, she now writes full time, telling tales of romance and adventure.

Connect with Thea:

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Top 10 Fun Facts about Acting on Impulse

By, Thea Dawson

#1 Like Joy, our heroine, I live in a small university town in Oregon’s Willamette Valley that serves as the inspiration for Silverweed Falls.

#2 Acting on Impulse grew out of an unpublished short story I wrote almost ten years ago about a successful actor and the woman he loved before he was famous. It never saw the light of day, but the idea kept nagging at me, demanding to be fleshed out and turned into a full novel.

#3 The idea of building the story around a summer Shakespeare production was inspired over a year ago when I went to an outdoor production of Taming of the Shrew. It was performed at sunset against a backdrop of Oregon’s Coastal Range mountains at a local vineyard (the inspiration for Laughing Vine Vineyard, which will play a bigger role in the next book in the series), and seemed like the perfect setting for a romance.

#4 As Joy points out in the book, Oregonians are justifiably proud of their wines. Never bring a California wine to an Oregonian home!

#5 D’oh! moment: The character Charlotte was originally named Madeleine. I’d written almost the entire book when I suddenly realized that that would make her full name Madeleine Albright, just like the former secretary of state. That Madeleine Albright is an impressive lady, but not really the vibe I wanted for a cheeky teenager. Thank goodness for the find-and-replace function!

#6 The character of Brice is loosely and affectionately based on my dad, an amateur actor who loved community theater.

#7 The term “upper limiting,” Chris’s self-sabotage in the face of his success, comes from Gay Hendricks’s book, The Big Leap.

#8 Simon’s company, Lockheart Lingerie, was inspired by a company that a friend of mine used to own which sold custom-made corsets to drag queens.

#9 The Courier bar where Chris, Joy and some of the other characters meet to discuss the play is based on a real-life restaurant in Urbana, Illinois, the Courier Café—one of my favorite places to go when I lived there. Both Couriers are named after defunct newspapers

#10 Like Joy and Chris, I’m pretty sure Bringing up Baby is the funniest movie ever made.


FULL TITLE: The Silverweed Falls Series #2 – Acting on Impulse By, Thea Dawson

PUBLICATION: Aeroplane Media Press (2017)

GENRE: Contemporary Romance


She’s camera shy. He’s a big star. Is love worth the limelight?

Thirteen years ago, Chris McPherson drunkenly declared his love for Joy Albright… right in front of her husband. Though her angry rejection still stings, Chris, now a successful Hollywood actor, has never forgotten his feelings for her. When he returns to Silverweed Falls to direct a summer Shakespeare play, he is thrilled–and a little nervous–to learn that Joy will be managing the play.

Joy Albright’s marriage imploded in a public scandal a year ago when her husband was caught by the press with another woman. All she wants now is to avoid the limelight, but she can’t refuse the request of a dying friend to help save the local theater group.

Reunited, sparks fly. Joy is desperate to avoid more gossip. Chris comes trailed by the tabloids. But neither of them can deny the temptation to act on their impulses.

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What do you guys think of my very first blog tour and guest post? Let me know in the comments your thoughts. Also, let me know if you have any formatting or other general suggestions for me to use in the future. Looking forward to reading ya’lls thoughts!

~ Jade

~ Review ~ Sweet Ruin By, Kresley Cole

Before I get into the review and all that, I just wanted to rant for a moment about something. Before I began blogging, I wrote about 3 months worth of blog posts because I read so much about blogger burnout and wanted to avoid all that. A couple of days ago, I accidentally deleted all of the files (along with some homework assignments that I hadn’t yet turned in) and was unable to recover them. Because of this, I’ve missed a couple posts last week as I tried to find time to write a couple posts to put up. But anyway, I’m back on track and still as excited as ever! Enjoy my review and don’t forget to comment and/or like if you want to ! 🙂



FULL TITLE: The Immortals After Dark Series #16 – Sweet Ruin By, Kresley Cole

PUBLICATION: Gallery Books (2015)

GENRE: Paranormal Romance

MY RATING: FIVE (5) stars

SOURCE: Personal E-book




Growing up, orphaned Josephine didn’t know who or what she was – just that she was “bad,” an outcast with strange powers. Her baby brother Thaddeus was as perfect as she was flawed; protecting him became her entire life. The day he was taken away began Jo’s transition from angry girl. . . to would-be superhero. . . to enchanting, ruthless villain.


A threat to the Morior has brought archer Rune the Baneblood to the mortal realm to slay the oldest living Valkyrie. Whether by bow or in bed, he never fails to eliminate his target. Yet before he can strike, he encounters a vampiric creature whose beauty conceals a black heart. With one bite, she pierces him with aching pleasure, taking his forbidden blood – and jeopardizing the secrets of his brethren.


Could this exquisite female be a spy sent by the very Valkyrie he hunts? Rune knows he must now trust Josephine, yet he’s unable to turn her away. Despite his millennia of sexual conquests, he can’t ignore the unfamiliar longing she arouses deep within him. When Jo betrays the identity of the one man she will die to protect, she and Rune become unlocked in a treacherous battle of wills that pits ultimate loyalty against unbridled lust.


Another review of a book written by my favorite author – Kresley Cole! (Yes, I am going to keep bringing her up… You might as well go check her out! 🙂 ).

When I first heard who the main characters of this book would be, I was like who? These were brand new characters that hadn’t been mentioned before in the series and I was real irritated. I mean, I had been waiting (and still am) on so many of my favorite characters to get their own books and Kresley Cole decides ‘Oh, I’m just gonna write an entire book about characters that we’ve never heard of before.’ *fumes.

After I read the book, however, I was real excited. I really enjoyed Josephine and Rune’s story for a variety of different reasons. One reason was that it was really unique compared to a lot of the other stories in the series. I mean, they’re all unique and interesting, but this one had a little something extra special, you know? First of all, the species of both characters were new. It wasn’t the regular old Lykae, Valkyrie, or vampire story. 🙂 I won’t spoil it for ya’ll, but 🙂 yeah.


Another plotline that was pretty unique to this story was how Josephine and Rune first met and the way Rune spent the whole book acting like his mating with Josephine wouldn’t change his job. Josephine first met Rune as he was screwing a bunch of nymphs… This doesn’t really sound like the best beginning to a story about matehood, but I think that the book was pretty good because of this. His main tool as a member of the Morior was his ability to glean all kinds of information from the nymphs by screwing them… He tries to convince Josephine (and himself) that he will continue doing so despite their matehood… 😛 That’s what I think of that!


Another reason I really enjoyed this story was because we finally got a lot of information that had been hinted at through the series. We learn more about the Morior/the Bringers of Doom that have been mentioned throughout the series. We get more information and background on Thaddeus (who is one of the characters that I’ve been waiting on his book… I know, I know. He’s only 17, but give the boy a love!). The best part of the book, for me, was that we finally start moving ahead in the overarching plotline that ties all of the books together: the Accession.


Read excerpt: http://kresleycole.com/cole/wp-content/uploads/SWEET-RUIN-Excerpt-KresleyCole.pdf

Any horror stories about blogging ya’ll wanna share? Maybe something like mine that I mentioned before the review? If not, have you ever read Sweet Ruin by, Kresley Cole? YOU SHOULD! 🙂 Let me know in the comments!

~ Jade

~ Discussion ~ Discussion Posts vs Book Reviews


Guys! This is my first discussion post and I am so excited for it! Over the past few months, I have done a lot of ‘research’ into book blogging and one of the major themes I picked up on was that book reviews were way less popular (stats-wise) than discussion posts. I pondered this and wondered what I would do with me my blog. More specifically, should I make more discussion posts than book reviews in an effort to raise my stats?

This was a hard question for me. On the one hand, I didn’t make this blog for the stats or the comments or the likes. On the other hand, I did make this blog to get involved in the book reviewing community and talk about books with said community. And this does require interaction through comments, likes, and whatnot.. What was I to do?

I finally decided that I would write more book review posts than any other type of posts. Really, the whole point of this blog is to have somewhere to talk about the books that I read and interact with other like-minded people around the topic of these books. The book reviews serve the purpose of giving me a way to talk about the books that I’ve read while discussion posts will give me the interaction that I want in the book reviewing community.

After making this decision, I wasn’t really sure what I wanted to make my first discussion post about. I had just so many ideas! 🙂 I made a giant list of a lot of different ideas (which I can pick from in future discussion posts), but decided I wouldn’t use any of them. I would make my first discussion post about discussion posts in general and how they fit into the book reviewing community. So here we are! 🙂

What do you guys think about discussion posts? If you have a blog, do you use more of them than book reviews? If you spend a lot of time on book blogs, do you prefer discussion posts over book reviews or vice versa? Also, let me know if you have any suggestions for how I should structure my discussion posts in the future! 🙂

~ Jade

~ Review ~ The Darkest Night By, Gena Showalter


FULL TITLE: The Lords of the Underworld Series #1: The Darkest Night By, Gena Showalter


GENRE: Paranormal Romance


SOURCE: Personal E-book



His powers – Inhuman…

His passion – Beyond immortal…

All her life, Ashlyn Darrow has been tormented by voices from the past. To end the nightmare, she has come to Budapest seeking help from men rumored to have supernatural abilities, not knowing she’ll be swept into the arms of Maddox, their most dangerous member – a man trapped in a hell of his own.

Neither can resist the instant hunger than calms their torments… and ignites an irresistible passion. But every heated touch and burning kiss will edge them closer to destruction — and a soul-shattering test of love…

Though they carry an eternal curse, the Lords of the Underworld are irresistibly seductive – and unimaginably powerful… Don’t miss the incredible new paranormal series from Gena Showalter!


MY THIRD REVIEW! YAY! 🙂 I think I’ll just jump right into it, if ya’ll don’t mind.

The Lords of the Underworld Series By, Gena Showalter has been on my TBR list for quite a while (at least a couple of years) and I’m finally getting around to it! 🙂 Gena Showalter is one of my top favorite authors (I’ve read her Imperia series as well as her Atlantis novels) and The Darkest Night reminds me so much of the sheer awesomeness of Kresley Cole’s novels. More specifically, I really enjoy world-building novels (like the Lore in Kresley Cole’s Immortals After Dark Series) and in this book, Gena Showalter builds an entire world with gods, and humans, and humans OH MY! 🙂 Hence the FIVE stars! 🙂

As you can tell by the summary I stole from Gena Showalter’s website above, this novel focuses on Maddox, the keeper of Violence, and Ashlyn. Let me back up a little… So, the Lords of the Underworld each hold (or host?) a demon that they all released from Pandora’s box forever ago (demons like Violence, Disease, Misery, and on and on…). Okay, enough background…

Although I generally dislike insta-love/insta-love novels (They’ve been seriously overdone), Gena Showalter makes Maddox’s and Ashlyn’s love story plausible even though there is a little bit of that insta-love/insta-lust. She (Gena Showalter) uses the distrust that Maddox and the other Lords have of humans because of the Hunters – their mortal enemies that seek to destroy them for releasing those demons on Earth. Essentially, they blame the Lords for all the evil and suffering on Earth. This distrust that Maddox has of Ashlyn (He thinks she’s Bait, one of the Hunters sent to infiltrate the Lords’ compound) slows down their love story and makes it way more plausible. Also, it really revs up the emotions you feel from the story as they slowly fall in love, trying to fight it the whole way. 🙂 All in all, it was a great beginning to what I know is going to be a wonderful, amazing series! 🙂


Read an excerpthttp://api.ning.com/files/W9UALJII233t2P0GMevDX2xelStZy4vBrGyReA8kb-knTT7qXKu3ZWAorJSdcjMDBHBVAOQol5xGGcG9vQom6HpB7R*AQiJE/TheDarkestNight.pdf


If you read any of the Lords of the Underworld series by Gena Showalter, what is your favorite book and why? (Avoid major spoilers please!) If you haven’t, is it on your TBR pile? Let me know in the comments! 🙂

~ Jade

~ Review ~ The Truth About Lord Stoneville By, Sabrina Jeffries

FULL TITLE: The Hellions of Halstead Hall Series #1: The Truth About Lord Stoneville By, Sabrina Jeffries


GENRE: Historical Romance


SOURCE: Personal E-book



The oldest of the scandalous Sharpes—five hell-raising siblings tainted still by the gossip surrounding the “accidental” deaths of their parents two decades ago—Oliver Sharpe, the Marquess of Stoneville, like his brothers and sisters, has lived life on his own terms. In his case, as an unrepentant rakehell. Or so life had played out until Grandmother Hetty got a bee in her bonnet. Now the five Sharpe siblings face a daunting ultimatum: Marry by year’s end—or kiss their inheritance good-bye.

Oliver vows to fulfill the bargain in true Sharpe style—by bringing home a fake fiancé from a brothel! But his scheme backfires when he foils a robbery and rescues an American beauty instead. Maria Butterfield came to London to find her missing fiancé, but her prior engagement won’t stop Oliver from getting what he wants: Maria in his bed. His rebellious charade may just call Hetty’s bluff, but not before it becomes all too real—stirring up a love that tempts him to be a hellion no more.


My second book review! *gasps* How crazy! And amazing, and wonderful and… and… and… Enough of that, Jade! *scowls* On to the review!

In my last (and FIRST) review (Dark Skye By, Kresley Cole), I gave a lot of background information (I mean, how could I not? It’s KRESLEY COLE) and decided that for this review I didn’t want to do that. I wanted to focus more on the actual book itself. So, to that end, let’s dive right into it. 🙂

The Truth About Lord Stoneville is the first book that I ever read by Sabrina Jeffries. I have to be in a specific sort of mood to read historical romance, so, due to that, I don’t end up reading a lot of historical romance. Also, I like to read a specific type of historical romance and could never find the specific term for the type of historical romance that I like to read. This made it harder for me to find books within this specific sub-genre of historical romance. I have since learned that I prefer to read Regency-set historical romances.

Although I loved Maria and Oliver, my favorite character in this book was Hetty, the Sharpes’ grandmother. She is an amazing, yet real scary, older lady. Her ultimatum – All five of her grandchildren must marry within a year –  is the driving plot device throughout the whole series. I love that woman! Her desire for her grandchildren to be happily wed is admirable and she will stop at nothing to accomplish it.

Why four stars instead of five? Well, if you take a look at my Jade’s Rating System page, you’ll see that four stars indicates that I ‘Really Like It’ whereas five stars indicates ‘It Was Amazing.’ I didn’t really feel like this book was completely out-of-the-realm amazing, but it was really enjoyable. Sabrina Jeffries’ writing is wonderful and it really drew me into her book. I found myself really caring about Maria and Oliver and their happy ending. 🙂 All in all, this was a great read and I will definitely be continuing the series! 🙂

And that ends my second review on my new book reviewing blog! Thanks so much to all my peeps for all the comments, likes, follows, etc.! It really means a lot to me! 🙂

P.S. I just re-read through this review to edit it and realized that I STILL included background information… Maybe that’s something that I need to have in order to write my reviews? I don’t know. Let me know what you think in the comments! 🙂


Watch the book trailer – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ksTqUt-PLIQ


Have you guys ever read any other series by Sabrina Jeffries? In the comments, tell me your favorites! I’m looking to read some of her other books, but there are so many to choose from. I could use some suggestions.

Thanks in advance! 🙂

~ Jade

~ Review ~ Dark Skye By, Kresley Cole


FULL TITLE: The Immortals After Dark Series #15: Dark Skye By, Kresley Cole

PUBLICATION: Gallery Books (2014)

GENRE: Paranormal Romance


SOURCE: Personal E-book




Lanthe, a once-formidable sorceress struggling to reclaim her gifts, searches for love and acceptance with all the wrong immortal suitors. But she’s never forgotten Thronos, the magnificent silver-eyed boy who protected her until she was ripped from the shelter of his arms. One harrowing night changed everything between them. Now he’s a notorious warlord with a blood vendetta against Lanthe, hunting her relentlessly.


With their families locked in conflict and battles raging all around them, will Thronos and Lanthe succumb to the brutal chaos that threatens everything they cherish? Or will the fragile bond they formed so long ago spark a passion strong enough to withstand even the darkest doubts?


OH, MY GOODNESS! MY VERY FIRST BOOK REVIEW! I am so excited and happy that I’ve finally reached this point after months of hard work on JSS. 🙂 I thought I’d start off my brand-new book reviewing blog with a review of one of my favorite books by my favorite author of all time – KRESLEY COLE! Yes, her name deserves to be in all caps like that – She’s amazing! 🙂 Anyway, on to the review…

I’ve been a dedicated reader of the Immortals After Dark (IAD) Series By, Kresley Cole since Pleasure of a Dark Prince (book number 9) came out in 2010. I read (or rather gobbled-up) that book and fell completely in love with the series, and quickly purchased and devoured the previous books. After finishing all the books in the series that had so far been released, I didn’t know what to do with myself. I just sat around and waited for the next installment to come out. This began my tradition of ‘patiently’ waiting until midnight on the day of the release, purchasing the book as soon as it became available, consuming it in 2 hours or less, and then starting my – usually year-long – waiting period. 😦

In 2014, I renewed this tradition with Dark Skye – book number 15 in Kresley Cole’s IAD Series. That means that this review is a re-read (if ya’ll care to note that 🙂 ). When Dark Skye finally came out, I had been so impatient for Thronos’ and Lanthe’s story since Kresley Cole first introduced them. Each year, I would wait on news from Kresley Cole about which couple would feature in her next book. I would hope each book was Lanthe’s and Thronos’ story, and get slightly disappointed when it wasn’t. 😦 Then, I would perk right up because no matter which couple is next Kresley Cole always delivers an amazing story! 🙂

*Minor spoilers in the following paragraph:

Unlike other novels in the series, Thronos and Lanthe meet the first time as children. Thronos – a Vrekener – instantly recognizes Lanthe – one of the Sorceri – as his mate. They hang out, as children do, until Thronos’ father, king of the Vrekeners, leads an attack on Lanthe’s family. (I should note here that Vrekeners are the enemies of the Sorceri and vice versa, in case ya’ll didn’t know that 😉 ). This and the resulting aftermath begins the centuries-long conflict between Lanthe and Thronos.

*See this link for more information about the Lore and the various species within it.

*Spoilers over!

I loved this book so much! Kresley Cole makes Thronos’ and Lanthe’s anguish, confusion, and feelings of betrayal so apparent on the pages that you can’t help but feel for yourself their roller-coasterly (Yes, I just made-up a word 🙂 ) emotions as you read through their story. I’m always eager to know just how Kresley Cole is going to weave a believable and heart-wrenching love story out of so much anguish and betrayal and with Dark Skye, she does not disappoint! It took a little longer for these characters to find their love for each other again… but OH THE FEELS! 🙂  Dark Skye was a compelling new addition to an already AMAZING series and quickly became, and still is today, one of my top three-ish (It’s so hard to choose!) favorite IAD novels. 🙂


Read an excerpt: http://kresleycole.com/cole/wp-content/uploads/DARK-SKYE-Excerpt.pdf


Have you guys ever read any of Kresley Cole’s books? If so, tell me which ones in the comments! I may have mentioned this before :), but she is my favorite author. So, if you haven’t read any of her books, check out her website and her Facebook page, and get to reading! 🙂 You’ll love her, I promise! *pinkie-swears*

~ Jade


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Grand Opening of Jade’s Secret Storms – And Special Thanks

WELCOME TO THE GRAND OPENING OF JADE’S SECRET STORMS! *sniffles. Wow, I’m ‘almost’ crying as I write this. I have put so much work and effort into putting together this blog the past couple of months that I can’t quite believe that I’m finally posting on it. But still, yay! 🙂 I did it!

I thought about just going ahead and starting my blog off with an actual book review – after all, this is a book reviewing blog. Then, I decided that I had too much to say and too many people, articles, and blogs to mention and thank, so here goes.

Here is a list of helpful articles and websites I read and used extensively to create my blog the last couple of months. I have included a brief summary of what they’re about/what I actually used them for. 🙂




Now that I’ve properly thanked the people, articles, and blogs that helped me put together this blog these past couple of months, let’s get to how I want my blog to work and my goals for it and whatnot. 🙂 First of all, I plan on posting a book review or other type of post (Discussion, Lists, etc.) every Saturday and Wednesday. There really isn’t any special reason I chose Saturday and Wednesday; that is just the day that my busy college schedule takes a little ‘break’ (as in ‘a time I ignore all of my college responsibilities and work on this blog” 🙂 ).

Let’s talk more about what my reviews are going to look like. At the top of each review, I will include the full title of the book (i.e. series, series #, title of the book, and author), publication information (i.e. publisher and publication date), genre, my rating (see my rating system here, and source (i.e. the format of the book that I have – e-books, physical copies, ARCs, etc.). On each review, I will also try to include an image of the cover of the book. Most of these will probably be through Goodreads. Speaking of, check me out on Goodreads here! 🙂

After the book information section, I will have my “Summary” section where I will copy/paste, directly from the author’s website, a summary/blurb of the book. This will give you a better idea of what the book is about and allow you to choose whether or not you are interested in reading my review for it (which I hope you are 🙂 ). Who knows, maybe my review will change your mind about the book? You never know! This “Summary” section is immediately followed by my review. I plan on keeping my reviews short; my goal is to have my reviews stay between 300-500 words.

At the end of each review post, I plan on including something interesting that’s related to the book. Maybe a link to an except, a book trailer, an interesting interview with the author – the possibilities are endless! 🙂 I have deemed this section of my review “Interesting Tidbit.” After my “Interesting Tidbit” section, I will either ask a question or include some sort of dialogue to get you guys chatting in the comments. I love to talk, especially about books, so join me in the discussion! 🙂

Well, that’s a wrap, folks! 🙂 I bet you’re secretly (or maybe not-so-secretly) glad that it’s finally over… It was getting kind of long. 🙂 I hope that gave you a ‘brief’ overview about what you can look forward to in my blog. If you have any questions, let me know in the comments. See you guys on Wednesdays with my first ever book review!!!


Do you guys have any suggestions, ideas, or just general things you would like to see in my blog? Let me know in the comments!

Thanks in advance! 😊

~ Jade

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