Twitteresque Reviews : Girl Missing, Maybe Someday, With Every Heartbeat, The Distance Between Us

December 18, 2014 Twitteresque Reviews 6 ★★★★

Twitteresque reviews are for books where I don’t feel like writing a full review but I want to give you a flavour of how I felt during the book.  All in 140 characters or less!


Or you could call them lazy blogger reviews but doesn’t twitteresque sound better!  Yes, I think so too.  If you want to find out more about any of the books, clicking on the images will take you to Goodreads.


Girl Missing by Tess Gerritsen:

Girl Missing by Tess Gerritsen

3 stars

A mix up of a romance novel and a crime novel with more emphasis on the romance.  A little bit gritty but also quite sweet.  Worth reading.


Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover:

Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover

4 stars

If you love music and intense chemistry, then you’ll love this.  All the feels guaranteed!  The songwriting brings the book to a new level and gave me wow moments.


With Every Heartbeat by Melody Grace

With Every Heartbeat

2 stars

I enjoyed the setting & the ballet scenes.  But the insta-love made me insta-dislike.  I never connected with characters, felt bored & resorted to skimming to finish it.


The Distance Between Us by Kasie West

The Distance Between Us

4.5 stars

Great read.   Cliche free, memorable characters, a believable romance and all wrapped up in a lovely sarcastic tone.  Loved it!

Bookish Chat : Have you read any of these and what did you think of them? Are there any that you are interested in reading? 

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6 Responses to “Twitteresque Reviews : Girl Missing, Maybe Someday, With Every Heartbeat, The Distance Between Us”

    • trish

      I was expecting more from the Tess Geritson as it wasn’t as gritty as I expected. However it’s her earlier work and I know she has changed a lot since. Enjoyable though if you like a chick-lit/grit-lit mix up! And yes read Colleen Hoover, I adore her but bring tissues with you before starting any of her books! And all Kasie West’s books are super cute.

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