Author: Chelsea Fine

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Jan 17
{Flashback Review+New Giveaway} Best Kind of Broken by @ChelseaFine @InkSlingerPR

{Flashback Review+New Giveaway} Best Kind of Broken by @ChelseaFine @InkSlingerPR

I think by now, you guys all know how much I love the Finding Fate Series by Chelsea Fine! It is the only series that had all three books make my my favorites list of 2014, and I am not the only one that thinks so. So many people love this book that it is being released in paperback! So leading up to its’ paperback release, InkslingerPR is hosting a flashback tour to share some of the reviews from people that really loved Best Kind of Broken and I am super excited to be a part of it. If you have not read the finding fate series by Chelsea Fine yet, you need to. I have not met or talked to a single person that has read these books and not absolutely loved them. March has been the month of epic contemporaries for me so far. Best Kind of Broken is emotional and sad and completely beautiful. It is a story of tragedy and guilt, healing and love. But the… Read more »

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Sep 09
{Review+Giveaway} Right Kind of Wrong by @ChelseaFine @InkSlingerPR

{Review+Giveaway} Right Kind of Wrong by @ChelseaFine @InkSlingerPR

I’m not even going to kid you…this is going to be a gushing review. But I think it is warranted. Hear me out. I have now read all three of the books in the Finding Fate series, and they have all been AMAZING! This is what New Adult should be and I am not afraid to share my love for Chelsea Fine’s characters and writing. There is something so comforting in reading book after book by an author and loving each one. I can confidently say that I anticipate loving every single book by Ms. Fine. Her characters are always well developed individuals and she doesn’t use a cookie cutter for them all. They all have distinct personalities, but they are all equally relate able and lovable. Right Kind of Wrong is the story of Pixie’s (from book 1) college roommate and best friend, Jenna. And her ex co-worker Jack. They hooked up one night almost a year ago and things haven’t been the same with them since. Jack clearly… Read more »

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Jun 23
{Review+Giveaway} Perfect Kind of Trouble by @ChelseaFine

{Review+Giveaway} Perfect Kind of Trouble by @ChelseaFine

I freakin’ love this series. I loved the first book, Best Kind of Broken, and I think I loved Perfect Kind of Trouble even more. Perfect Kind of Trouble is the story of Darren (from book 1) and Kayla. I really like that this series takes places in the same small town, so you get to see a lot of the same secondary characters milling around. Chelsea Fine is so talented. She had me laughing, she had me tearing up, and then she had me laughing again. This is a story of seeing past initial impressions of people. Both Kayla and Darren have plenty of thoughts on who the other person is. People talk in small towns, so their are plenty of rumors running around about both of them. Kayla comes home for her fathers funeral. A father who she has been estranged from for years. Darren was much closer to her father than she was. Hilarity, antics and plenty of UNST ensues when they find out that Old man… Read more »

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Mar 09
{ARC Review} Best Kind of Broken by Chelsea Fine

{ARC Review} Best Kind of Broken by Chelsea Fine

You can check out my interview with Chelsea Fine HERE Best Kind of Broken by Chelsea Fine ebook, 336 pages Published March 4th 2014 by Forever Age Group: New Adult Contemporary Romance Source: eARC from NetGalley Summary: Pixie and Levi haven’t spoken in nearly a year when they find themselves working―and living―at the same inn in the middle of nowhere. Once upon a time, they were childhood friends. But that was before everything went to hell. And now things are… awkward. All they want to do is avoid each other, and their past, for as long as possible. But now that they’re forced to share a bathroom, and therefore a shower, keeping their distance from one another becomes less difficult than keeping their hands off each other. Welcome to the hallway of awkward tension and sexual frustration, folks. Get comfy. It’s going to be a long summer. March has been the month of epic contemporaries for me so far. Best Kind of Broken is emotional and sad and completely beautiful…. Read more »

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