It can't be him. Ever. Published: April 17, 2018 Publisher: Penelope Douglas LLC Pages: 404 (Kindle) Series: N/A - Standalone But the girl of my dreams is off-limits. She's Cole's and she's nineteen. There's no way. JORDAN He took me in when I had nowhere else to go. He doesn’t … Continue reading Review | Birthday Girl by Penelope Douglas
This was a game to Madoc - but it was war to me. Published: August 26, 2016 Publisher: Penguin Group USA Pages: 356 (Kindle) Series: Fall Away #2 There were people I liked and people I didn't like. People I love and people I hated. But there was only one person … Continue reading Review | Rival by Penelope Douglas
Hello and happy Halloween everyone! Since this is one of my favorite holidays I wanted to share the cover reveal for the next book in my favorite series, Penelope Douglas’s Kill Switch! While I shared this on my Intsagram yesterday, I wanted to make a full post about it here because that’s how incredibly excited … Continue reading Halloween Cover Reveal!
I told myself a hundred times today that he couldn't be trusted. He was a liar. A bully. But his words were getting to me. Published: February 18th, 2014 Publisher: Intermix Pages: 312 (326 with extra content) Series: Fall Away #1 We can be confused about what is good for us but not … Continue reading Review | Bully by Penelope Douglas
I think that's why people stay unhappy for so long, you know? Miserable or not, it's easier to stick with what's familiar. Published: October 21st, 2016 Publisher: Penelope Douglas LLC Pages: 341 (Kindle) Series: N/A - Standalone Eventually we all have to weigh what we want more: wanting back what we had or wanting … Continue reading Review | Punk 57 by Penelope Douglas
"Run. Because I turn into a very different person when no one's looking." Published: October 1st, 2017 Publisher: Penelope Douglas LLC Pages: 437 Series: Devil's Night #2 The only ones who can hurt you are the ones you love. BANKS Buried in the shadows of the city, there’s a hotel called … Continue reading Review | Hideaway by Penelope Douglas