Series: Paradise


Apr 16
Bite-Sized Reviews from My Favorite Aussie Author – C.J. Duggan (and a Cover Reveal!)

Bite-Sized Reviews from My Favorite Aussie Author – C.J. Duggan (and a Cover Reveal!)

Reviews 12 ★★★★★

I recently read the final books in two series by my favorite Aussie author that I’ve yet to review, AND she’s revealing the cover for her newest book, so I thought I’d kill some birds with stones and share everything C.J. Duggan related with you today! Forever Summer by C.J. Duggan Series: Summer #7 Published by Amazon Digital Services on 12/29/15 Genres: New Adult, Contemporary, Romance Pages: 204 Source: Purchased My content rating: 18+ (Explicit sex) My rating: You see there’s this boy. He makes me smile, forces me to listen, serenades me out of tune and keeps me sane, all the while driving me insane. He’s really talented like that. But for the first time in since, well, forever, things are about to change. The question is, how much am I willing to lose in order to potentially have it all? ***NOTE: This review is for the final book in a series of standalones. There… Read more »


Apr 28
Paradise City by C.J. Duggan – Review & Giveaway

Paradise City by C.J. Duggan – Review & Giveaway

Giveaways (Ended), Reviews 4 ★★★★

I’m a HUGE fan of Duggan’s Summer series, so when I heard that Hachette Australia was publishing her new series, I was thrilled! Unlike the Summer series, these books are not standalones – the story is left very much up in the air at the end of Paradise City, but most of the elements that I loved about Summer are still there! I can’t wait to see where Duggan goes with the story next! What I loved: The Australian setting. What’s not to love about a book set in Australia? Paradise City brings us to a smallish Australian beach town in the 90’s. I absolutely loved the ambiance! Lexie expects it to be a little slice of paradise, just like the name implies, but she finds that, despite the beach and the surfers, Paradise isn’t all she’d imagined it to be. Dreams and Expectations Versus Reality. The book is pretty much all about how… Read more »