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!
Tate and Jared used to be best friends, but after Jared spends a Summer with his father everything between them changes. Now, Jared's goal is to humiliate, belittle, and bully Tate. When Tate returns for her senior year after studying abroad, she decides that it's time she started playing Jared's game, but is she … Continue reading Penelope Douglas’ ‘Bully’ Review
Ryen and Misha have been friends for years - but only through their letters. They've never met in person and only know what the other writes in their letters. They're perfect on paper, but when they meet all hell breaks loose. Published: October 21st, 2016 Publisher: Penelope Douglas LLC Pages: 341 (Kindle) Series: … Continue reading Penelope Douglas’ ‘Punk 57’ Review
Devil's Night is drawing near in Thunder Bay and all Hell is breaking loose. The Horsemen must work together, and team up with an enemy, to stay safe and maybe get even. Not all is as it seems though, and some secrets can't stay buried for long. Published: October 1st, 2017 Publisher: Penelope Douglas LLC … Continue reading Penelope Douglas’s ‘Hideaway’ Review