Series: Social Media

Review: Home – J.A. Huss

Review: Home – J.A. Huss

Everything comes together perfectly in Home – in the very end! Both Vaughn and Grace still have some heartache to go through first, but they both step up to show how strong they are both as individual and as a couple! My Home review: Home makes the Social Media serial stay a roller coaster until the very end! Between doubts, very strong love, amazing characters and a story that made me feel out of breath, it truly brought the serial to a perfect ending. I was amazed by both Vaughn and Grace, even if I thought Grace did jump to conclusions at one point… The way Home folded out was so well done, and the dual point of views made […]

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Review: Profile – J.A. Huss

Review: Profile – J.A. Huss

Profile took me on a wild and very scary ride, as Grace had to figure out how to flee once more. With my heart in my throat, I kept wanting to close my eyes for fear something terrible would happen to one of my favourite heroines. My Profile review: Please beware that Profile is the fifth book in the Social Media series, and even if I try very hard to not post anything spoilerish, there are some spoilers from prior books in my review this time. If you aren’t up to date, read at your own discretion. In Profile, Grace and Vaughn are separated – not by choice – for most of the story, and it made all past decisions, […]

Posted 18 December, 2014 by Linda @ (un)Conventional Bookworms in Reviews / 7 Comments
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Review: Status – J.A. Huss

Review: Status – J.A. Huss

Status is fast-paced, and there are a lot of things happening in the story, there is excitement, forgiveness, happiness, and new anger… My Status review: Grace is a very stubborn girl, but Vaughn is an ever more stubborn boy, so in Status, we are treated to a lot of back-and-forth between them, especially Grace is very reticent for a long time. At the beginning of Status, she is running away with Kirsti, as they both just need some time away from the craziness of the press, and to think things through before they continue the roller-coaster their lives has become. And I have to say I really enjoyed the friendship between Kirsti and Grace – I think they both needed […]

Posted 9 December, 2014 by Linda @ (un)Conventional Bookworms in Reviews / 10 Comments
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Review: Block – J.A. Huss

Review: Block – J.A. Huss

Block has everything a contemporary romance should have, there’s some mystery, lots of hotness, a character who has a well hidden secret and a movie star who falls in love for the first time. My Block review: Well, so far, for each new book in the Social Media series, Ms. Huss has been able to up the ante and get me more and more involved with the characters. Block brings a lot more to Grace especially. It is so easy to understand both her obsession with Vaughn, and her confusion because he seems to be just as obsessed with her. Also, the things about Vaughn that bothered me a little in Follow are all forgotten now. He has shown me […]

Posted 14 November, 2014 by Linda @ (un)Conventional Bookworms in Reviews / 9 Comments
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Review: Like – J.A. Huss

Review: Like – J.A. Huss

In Like, the readers get to know both Grace and Vaughn a little better… but those little crumbs just made me want much, much more! My Like review: Like shows just how far Vaughn is willing to go in order to make sure Grace will play along with him. From filling up her Starbucks card with more money than she earns in a year, to chatting with her on Twitter, and phoning her for some dirty talk and phone sex… It also gave me a new appreciation for both Vaughn and Grace. And while I still don’t exactly like Vaughn yet, I certainly am starting to see the appeal he has had for Grace these past years. Written in one […]

Posted 29 October, 2014 by Linda @ (un)Conventional Bookworms in Reviews / 6 Comments
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Review: Follow – J.A. Huss

Review: Follow – J.A. Huss

Follow is the first installment in Huss’ new serial Social Media. Hot, with a dominant male and a submissive who doesn’t know yet that she is, and a tropical island, it is very different from other contemporary stories I’ve read. My Follow review: Follow is Grace and Vaughn’s story, Grace has been lusting after this movie-star for years, and she even has a twitter group where she uses hashtags and sexual innuendos in 140 characters to show her online friends how she feels about him. When she goes on vacation in St. Thomas with her best friend, she ends up meeting Vaughn for real, and she has no idea what to do when her fantasy and her reality become a […]

Posted 10 October, 2014 by Linda @ (un)Conventional Bookworms in Reviews / 4 Comments
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