Swoon Worthy Saturday #1

Saturday is a day for swooning. Swoon Worthy Saturday is a weekly meme by Staybookish where in we present a fictional boy who has swept us off our feet, given us butterflies, made our heart do acrobatics and driven us absolutely crazy! (Join the fun here.) This Saturday, we are swooning over Prince Alex from Nicole Chase’s Suddenly Royal! Why we love Prince Alex, aka Prince Yummy 1.  He is the perfect combination of the royal rogue and sweetheart. 2.[Read more]

Friday Favorite: Rule (Marked Men #1) by Jay Crownover

Since we are new to the blogging world, it only makes sense that we start off doing some weekly memes so our new friends can get to know us!  Tressa at Tressa’s Wishful Endings hosts Friday Favorites and we thrilled to join her.  You can check out her Friday Favorite here. Our favorite this Friday is Rule by Jay Crownover.  Rule is one of our go to favorites. We discovered it randomly one day on Amazon for $.99. After reading[Read more]

Waiting on Wednesday: Elect (Eagle Elite #2) by Rachel Van Dyken

This week at Typical Distractions we are waiting on Elect, the second book in the Eagle Elite series by Rachel Van Dyken. Van Dyken is an author that we love and the first book, Elite was no exception!  We both read it and thought the story line was awesome. It has been almost 6 months since the last book came out and we’ve been anxiously waiting! Luckily, it comes out December 10th, which is next week!!  If you haven’t read[Read more]

Review: Only For You (For You #1) by Genna Rulon

Synopsis: Everleigh is a college student at Hensley University where a series of brutal attacks have been occurring at a rapid pace.  After being coerced into taking a self-defense class with her roommate, Sam, Ev’s life gets a shocking surprise.  The surprise is smoking hot, martial arts instructor Hunter.  While Everleigh and Hunter get off to a rocky start, they build an extremely deep friendship.  As the attacks become more brutal and frequent, our characters grow closer but also more[Read more]

Review: Rain Trilogy by Karen-Anne Stewart

Synopsis: A fascinating story of a young woman named Raina. Raina had a hard life and lost her mother at a very young age. She was beaten and abused by her father and raped as a teen. Despite her many trials, she locked away her demons and created a new life for herself. The brilliant young woman is working on her doctorate. In comes Kas, the FBI agent who is stunned by Raina. They develop a friendship which develops into[Read more]