My thoughts on: Truly Madly Guilty by Liane Moriarty

3.5 Stakes

First I want to say how I did like this book.
But the score I’m giving it 3.5 stakes is because it seemed to have taken forever to get to the point.
I did like the fact that we kind of got a little bit of a back story about the characters. But I found myself disliking some of these characters.
Clementine is a nice enough main character, but she is very selfish and I did understand how she felt about Erika. But her ways were just a little to much.
And Erika seemed like she was trying to hard to stay friends and be in Clementine’s life.
Now as for the book itself, it goes from present day to morning of BBQ and then to the past and back to present. And when it finally gets to the day off you are still wanting to know what was so very bad for these group of people to either block out some parts or just not wanting to deal with it.
I even questioned at a few points why I just didn’t go to the end to find out what went so wrong on that day. But since I’m reading with a friend I decided against it.
Don’t get me wrong I liked this book, just not enough as her last book. I think I enjoyed the neighbors more then the main characters. I honestly kept thinking how are these people even friends. Also when it’s the middle you start to really get into this book I feel.
I will read more by this author, just this book was very very slow moving for me. Pick this book up if you are keen on wanting to read all of her books.

My wonderful thoughts on The moment we Fell by Kelli Warner. Also below a giveaway and more details where to pick this book up!

4 out of 5 Stakes!

The moment we fell
By Kelli Warner

4 out of 5 stakes!!

This book is so cute and the way the characters are presented are awesome.
We meet Paige whom I have to say is just terrific. Not only does she have to go live a father she doesn’t even really know, she gives up dancing for awhile. And then starting in a new place and meeting new people isn’t exactly what she wants to do. But those are her mother’s wishes when she passed away.
Just when she is fitting in she meets Cade and right away the rumors she has heard doesn’t really seem to go with who is talking with her.
But when her father tells her she must not talk with Cade because he is bad news. Due to his family’s history and his. Paige almost seems like she wants to listen to her father.
Cade he just wants the past to stay in the past. Cade honestly for me was just the perfect crush worthy character. Here he was trying to make amends for everything in the past that happened. But no one wanted to give him a chance really.

But when Paige learns secrets of her own family’s history thing take on a change.
I don’t want to give away anything and I probably let on to a spoiler and if so I’m sorry for that.
Please pick this wonderful book up today.

The Moment We Fell

By Kelli Warner

Genre: YA Contemporary Romance

Release Date: June 25th2019

Wave Runner Publishing


Nothing good happens when people keep secrets.Paige Bryant’s dreams ofbecoming a professional ballet dancer died along with her mother.Drowning in grief and plagued by guilt, Paige is blindsided by a provision in her mother’s willthat sends her to live with the father she never knew. Forced to start over in a new town andata new school where she’s now the principal’s daughter, Paige is convinced that her life can’tpossibly get more complicated—until fate throws her into the path of the only boy her guardiantells her is off-limits.Despite two years on the straight andnarrow, Cade Matthews can’t escape his time as ajuvenile delinquent. With his dad behind bars, Cade’s feelings of anger and betrayal are asrelentless as the rumors he’s trying to outrun. The only person not listening to the gossip is thenew girl with her own set of troubles, including a father who will never give Cade a fair shake.As Paige tries to adjust to her new life and an uncertain future, a set of unopened journalsreveals a dark family secret. When tensions rise to a boiling point, can Paigeand Cade makepeace with the past before it destroys them?

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Kelli Warner writes humorous and relatable young adult and contemporary romance novels, the kind ofstories that get your insides so wound up in an ooey gooey mess that you forget about the un-fun stuff inlife. She’s passionate for a good cup of coffee (even a bad one on a desperate day), enjoying time withfriends and family, and spending lazy Saturday mornings watching the Food Network. Kelli and herhusband live in Oregon with their two teenaged children and an outstanding border collie named Lucy.


Giveaway: announced 6/30)

Giveaway prize package includes:

ď‚·$50 Amazon gift cardď‚·Wooden sign that reads: Coffee: because adulting is hardď‚·Coffee mugď‚·DecorativecandleBlog Tour Organized By:YA Bound Book Tours