All my life~ Rucy Ban~ Review by Karen


Seventeen-year-old Kari meets Neil Mars. “Neil as in Armstrong and Mars…as in Bruno.” A boy who beats every vampire, werewolf, highlander fantasy Kari has ever had. But she knows she can’t get close to him. Not ever. Because that would mean telling him everything. Coming clean. And Kari can’t bear the idea of changing the way Neil looks at her. Like she’s the only girl in the world. His reverence is something too precious to lose. Perhaps even at the cost of losing him.

But Kari doesn’t know why Neil calls her his ‘Angel’ and when she finds out, she realizes what love is all about. Boundless joy, unending longing and a fuckload of heartache.


I have to say that while writing this review and researching the book, it was the first time I saw the cover since the copy I have doesn’t have it included. This cover is one of my favorites, I really do love it.

The characters in this book are hard not to fall in love with. Each of them has such interesting qualities and personalities. I will have more about some of the characters later but first the review.
At first when I started the book I found myself confused. The Prologue is written from a male’s point of view. Once chapter one starts it isn’t until the main character Kari’s name is mentioned that you realize it is now from a female’s point of view. This threw my off a bit at first.
Once the confusion was cleared up the book became a page turner quickly. I wanted to know what would happen next. As the story went on and the plot became more apparent I began to struggle with the fact that Kari was 16 at the start of the book and it advances to a year later making her 17, but her problems seem to me to be more of the grown up kind.
As much as I enjoyed the story, the plot, and the characters, in the back of my mind I knew Kari was only 17, making it somewhat unbelievable to me. Maybe it’s because I am a mom but I just could not realistically see some of these events occurring. For example the job that Kari takes on, to me it doesn’t seem realistic. With that being said, if you can get out of your mind that she is a 17 year old it is a great story. I give “All My Life” Three Stars!

Kari –
Is a young girl who should have trusted her instincts when it came to Eddie Jameson. Unfortunately she didn’t and has now been paying for it for a year or more. Kari lives her life in fear, waiting for the next bad thing to happen. She has so much fear her relationships with the people around her are strained. She has good reasons for her worry but needs to get past it if she ever hopes to have a chance at love.

Neil –  
When Neil is spotted outside a shop window by Kari, kissing a girl, Kari dubbed him the “Mad-Kisser.” Neil is tall, dark, and amazingly hot! He has come to New York to see his mom who has asked him to come for a visit. His mom happens to be Kari’s boss. No matter how many times Kari runs away in panic mode, Neil keeps showing her she is on his mind.
Although Kari realizes that Neil maybe just what she needs eventually, Neil knows Kari is absolutely what he needs and begins calling her “Angel” early on. He is certain that she has come into his life to save him.

Nalini, Agnas, Kari’s mom, and Eddie are all characters that help as a catalyst in this story making it a good story to read.

~My favorite quotes from the book….

“Would I ever learn? Guys like him? They were the worst kind.”
“Uh-huh. Neil as in Armstrong and Mars as in Bruno” –Neil
“Kari, you are brilliant at what you do. I’ve seen your work. When you plug on that machine ad start inking, I doubt if there is anything else that matters to you as much as etching a design so spectacular that it will mark a person for life…just the way you’ve marked me.” –Neil
“Not sure? You could have fooled me! If I hadn’t come out in time, you might have stripped him down to his undies right in the middle of the street!” –Kari’s Mom
“There is a reason I call you my Angel. You’ve saved me.” – Neil

~A little bit about the author

Rucy Ban was born in 1978 and still continues to thrive. Ever since she first met Francine (the protagonist of her favorite novel, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn), Rucy fell in love with the written word. Rucy has a B-school degree in Marketing which she now puts to good use teaching lovable rowdy rogues and negotiating with her equally belligerent adolescent. In her previous avatar, she handled corporate communications for companies. At present, Rucy lives in Sao Paulo, travels often, speaks decent, if not quite fluent, Portuguese and really hates talking about herself in third person.

Sweet Serendipity~ Jenna Pizzi~ Review and Excerpt

Synopsis:Sometimes you need to let go of the past in order to open your heart to love again.

Not every marriage is perfect. Rebecca knew she’d have to make some sacrifices. What she didn’t realize is that it would cost her, her heart. After nearly twenty years of marriage and one heart break after another, will she find the strength to let go and move on? Will she allow herself to love again?
Rebecca lived everyday with the same routine of caring for the kids, the house, and her husband Jack. Until one night she finds Jack with another woman, and Rebecca’s world falls apart. With the encouragement of her two closest friends, Rebecca realizes that she can find the happiness she deserves.
Ethan is an artist who lost his will to paint. When he meets Rebecca, he once again finds the inspirations he had been longing for. He knows that she has built walls around her, but he’s determined to break them down brick by brick to prove to her that she is worthy of being loved.
This is a heartwarming story of friendship, love, and overcoming tragedy to find that there is always a new beginning.


Rebecca Davis:

“Rebecca Davis I fell for you from the first moment that I laid eyes on you. You took my breath away. You inspired me. You healed me. You made me realize that no matter what the past held for the either of us, that we can build a future together.”
 Rebecca Davis is an overlooked wife and mother, she does everything for everyone but never takes time for herself. She has two best friends and they are like family but when her friends suggest  that her husband is cheating she brushes it off…he wouldn’t do that, would he? On a night out with the girls two things happen, she meets a man who makes her heart beat again and she discovers her friends were right! Catching her husband having dinner with his girlfriend she makes a decision she should have made a long time ago….she tell him to leave! So this is it, the start of her new life! Will she be able to cope with what life will through at her? Will she finally live for herself?

Ethan Roberts:

 She reluctantly walked to the bar to say thank you for the wine, but when one of the guys turned around to face her she was left speechless. One look at his bright blue eyes, and she forgot what she was going to say. Blue eyes stood up and extended his hand to her.

“Hello. I’m Ethan,” He said to her.
Ethan suffered a great loss in his past and his way to deal with it was to travel, don’t settle down and don’t want that kind of life where you have everything. That is until he meets Rebecca, front he moment he saw her he knew she was the one! Now he is fighting to get everything he thought he didn’t want. After buying an art gallery in the town that Rebecca lives so he can settle he only needs to get the woman to share the dream with. But to make that woman happy maybe he will have to give her up so she can return to the life she left….but can he walk away?

Wow….if I have ever read about a group of friends with worse luck than this lot I can’t honestly remember! They have been through everything…divorce, Asperger’s Syndrome ,cervical cancer, teenage depression and a suicide attempt! But this story is about how anyone can overcome anything, maybe not have the perfect life but have a great life with the family you make and friends you choose. Its about having a modern family and dealing with the trials it brings and still getting your HEA.

Now I am not saying that this story is true to life, maybe I just haven’t met any truly unlucky people, but you know what that didn’t matter. It is actually a feel good story and I enjoyed it. If you are looking for a story that you can just read and enjoy then you need to read this story and I think you will enjoy it! It was easy to read and I felt myself rooting for the characters to work it all out and that always a good thing.
Little about the author~


Author Bio:
Born and raised in Massachusetts, Jenna settled into America’s hometown where she proudly calls home with her family. She is an avid book reader and collector with an entire room dedicated to her passion. At the age of twelve years old Jenna began writing, determined to be just like Stephen King or Dean Koontz.
For her it all starts with the flick of an image. From there a story is born. Being an eternal romantic, Jenna is a true believer in happy endings. It’s the rest of the story that anything is possible. Writing is her passion. It is something that helps her unwind at the end of the day. She likes to tell stories that will pull at your heartstrings, or simply whisk you away even for just a little while. So grab your favorite blanket, and a hot cup of coffee and settle in for the ride.

Twitter: @jaderayne

little Excerpt:
Thank you for today, Becky. It means a lot that you came with us.”
“I didn’t have much choice, Jack. Adam damn near had a nervous breakdown. I’d appreciate it if you’d have a talk with him and tell him that even if we’re not together, we still love him.”
“Becky, you’ve got to know that it’s his enthusiasm that keeps me going. If he still believes that we can work it out, then I believe that we can work it out. Do you understand? As long as he has hope, then so don’t I,” Jack told her.
She turned sideways and looked into his grey eyes. “Jack, we had our chance and it didn’t work. You chose comfort in someone else’s arms. I know that after all this time, it’s hard to imagine a life without us together, but I think you need to realize that is exactly where we are headed. I loved you, Jack. Somewhere along the way the love stopped. Somewhere I stopped being the person you came to for talking, and sharing, and  laughing. We were broken before Brian died. His senseless death was just the final straw. I lost myself somewhere along the way. I stopped caring enough about myself to realize
how damaged we really were. I surrounded myself with the kids and you with your job. It hasn’t been a marriage in a very long time. The kids will be grown soon, and what will we have left?”
Jack reached for her hand. “We’d have a new beginning. We’d have a chance to rediscover why we fell in love in the first place. We could travel; I could build that koi pond I always promised. We could have another baby.”
Rebecca laughed.
“I seriously hope you are joking. How is it that you go from where we are now to having a baby?”
“I have made many mistakes, but those kids are the only thing that I have done right. I’d be a better father, a better husband. You can’t tell me that you don’t look at Layla Grace and wish you had another one?”
“Everyone loves babies. It doesn’t mean that you and I having another one will fix us. I don’t know if I could ever trust you again.”
“How do you think I feel? Knowing your best friend works a few doors down from the man you’ve been having a fling with.”
“It’s more than a fling, Jack. He’s talking future plans.”
Jack downed his glass of wine and stood up.
“Then where is he?”
“He left town.”
“Ha. Why? He couldn’t handle the heat of competition?”

Rebecca stood up.
“That’s just the thing, Jack. To you, it’s a competition. I think the only reason you are even trying to do this is because you know someone else has feelings for me. If I wasn’t seeing someone, you’d still be running around with someone like Amber.”
He stood only inches from her, pulled up his sleeve, and pointed to his shoulder. What does each and every tattoo on my body represent? I have how we met and our first date. I have our wedding and the birth of the kids. Each tattoo flows into the next. It wouldn’t make much sense to someone else, but with you, you know each and every picture. You know what each one represents. It is our story; the story of us. I still have plenty of room to keep going. I don’t want our story to stop. I want to tell our grandkids our stories someday.”  
Rebecca started to cry. His words were cutting deep. He was telling her all the things that she wished he would have told her when it mattered the most. Jack got down on one knee. He held her hand in his and looked deep into her chocolate eyes.
“I have loved you for almost two decades, Becky. We were bound to hit a few snags along the way, but we can only learn to grow from our mistakes. I realize that you are the only one for me. I will never love anyone the way I love you. You are
my past, present, and future. You are my heart and my soul. I want to spend the rest of my life with you. Marry me, again.” A tear fell from the corner of his eye. She felt as though she were going to pass out. She never imagined that he’d be sitting here now,
doing this.
Her tears were not tears of happiness, but tears of the past, tears of the years she had felt neglected and alone. They were tears for the years she had woken with the crying babies while he couldn’t be bothered. She cried for the years she felt like a single parent
because his work always took top priority to him. She cried for all the empty holidays when it felt as though he never wanted to be there. She fell to her seat and held her head in her hands.

Playing with Fire~ Ashley Piscitelli~ Review and Giveaway!

Madison Stevens has had a shitty life, her mother died at the age four and her father has always blamed her for it. She went through the foster system and is now attending college. Her boyfriend Chris is not willing to share Madison with anyone, not even her friends. 

Her first day at college she meets Carter James, who makes her want everything she never thought she could have. She knows that she should ignore her feelings for Carter, but it’s not as easy as it sounds.

As Carter and Madison begin to fall in love, they face many obstacles. Their biggest one is Chris who is not going to let her go easily.

 Playing with Fire will be the first book in a three book series. It is about the obstacles that stand in your way on the path to love. It tests the characters strength and commitment to each other on every level from old boyfriend/girlfriends, to insecurities, and throws a little violence and scheming into the mix.

“Chris was like fire. It was pretty to look at but if you got too close you got burnt, and if it wasn’t controlled it would destroy everything in its path. Doing what I was about to do with Carter was dangerous, but what can I say I never had parents to warn me not to play with fire.”



Madison Stevens

Carter James

Chris Johnson

Annie’s Review:  4.9 stars!!!!!

We get a look at Madison who has been through so much in her live and now attending Duke University.  From the first day of school she literally bumps into Carter “freaking” James and they have an instant connection.  The only problem is, Madison has a boyfriend Chris Johnson.  The relationship between Madison and Chris is toxic and very unhealthy.  She has a very low self-esteem due to her upbringing and relationship with Chris.  Carter is different and shows her the proper way to love someone.  Madison is finally leave Chris and pursue a relationship with Carter, despite defying Chris and his possessiveness.  There are moments in the book where incidents happen to tear Carter and Madison away, but no problem can tear them apart.  Without giving away too much, towards the end of the book, we are left with a mother of all cliffhangers that will have us wanted the next installment to come like right now.   

WOW!!  That is what I feel about this book.  From the moment I started reading this book, I was not able to put it down.  Madison’s character is very believable and because she has been through so much, her character is very strong.  She fell in love with Carter the instant they met and had the courage to leave Chris and follow her heart.  This is a very powerful story because it is a sad realization that these situations do occur and women feel they do not deserve better.  I cannot say enough of our hero Carter.  He is sexy and the chemistry between them is amazing.  Ladies he can be crowned the new book boyfriend.  He took care of Madison and showed her what real love was.  Madison also gained new friends and felt part off a family, finally!  As I previously stated, the ending is a massive cliffhanger, which has me with a heavy heart.  The reason I gave the book a 4.9 stars was because I wish we would’ve had more to read and find out what was going to happen.  Please pick this book up when it comes out.  You will not be disappointed.  Carter “sigh”.     

One of my favorite quotes from Carter speaking with his father:

“I want to tell her how much I love her.  I want to be with her, make her laugh, be able to be the one to hold her when she is upset.  I want to show her how amazing she is and be the first person in her life to treat her like that.  Every time she comes in a room, I can’t take my eyes off of her.  When she touches me, sometimes I need to remember to breathe.”  Carter James

Ashley Piscitelli

I live in Philadelphia Pennsylvania with my husband, two kids, and two dogs. On top of starting a writing career I am a full time student, and a full time mom. I love spending time with my kids, although I have to hide the computer from them when I am writing! I love being active and being able to do any activity outdoors. 
I love reading romance books! I feel like being able to lose yourself in a book in one of the more exciting aspects. The books I love to read and write will be ones that make you feel for the characters. You should have an opinion on every character in a book. Whether you love them, hate them, or think they are up to something. 

I have always thought as an author the most important critic is your reader, so I would love to hear from you. If you read the book and loved it or hated it, tell me. As long as it is in a constructive way I will always answer and interact with you. I want fans to feel free to tell me what they want for the characters in the story and what they want to see happen.

From the Damage – O-Town
Got Dynamite – Demi Lovato
Ever Ever After – Carrie Underwood
Just A Reason – Pink
I’d Lie – Taylor Swift
You Don’t Know Her Like I Do – Brantley Gilbert
Never Been Hurt – Demi Lovato
Face Down – The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus
Girlfriend – Nsync
I Wish – Hot Chelle Rae
I’ll Never Break Your Heart – Backstreet Boys
Fix a Heart – Demi Lovato
Have you Ever? – Brandy
Love Just Is – Hilary Duff
Wanted – Hunter Hayes

Excerpt 1
I looked around. I was completely lost and I was already running late for my first class. I took my schedule out of my purse to look at the building name again and, the next thing I knew, I was on the ground laying on top of some guy.
Wait! What? What the hell just happened?! I looked up at the brick wall that I had landed on and forgot how to breathe for a minute. Staring back at me were the bluest eyes I had ever seen, not to mention that he was gorgeous. He was just looking at me, giving me a sexy smile. He was wearing a USC shirt, which I found funny because that’s not the school we were at. He had this brown hair that was just long enough to give it that sexy “I just rolled out of bed” look. He was smiling at me and that’s when I saw the dimples. I personally think that it is unfair that one guy is this good looking.
“Hey, nice running into you”, the Greek god says.
Damn, his voice was just as sexy as the rest of him. I had never met someone that made my insides clench from just a look and a short sentence. That’s when I realized I was still laying on top of him, and I hadn’t even said a word. Oh my god, he is going to think I am some crazy person!

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Collision Force~ C.A. Szarek~ Promo Tour~


Book one in the Crossing Forces series

Bad boy FBI agent and feisty widowed police detective collide pursuing a human trafficker in small town Texas on their way to true love.

Bad boy, married to his job FBI agent Cole Lucas always gets his man. So when the unthinkable happens and one gets away, Cole grits his teeth and hunts human trafficker Carlo Maldonado all the way to Antioch, Texas, where he collides with Detective Andi MacLaren.

Cole doesn’t do small towns and doesn’t get involved with women he works with, but Andi tempts him in ways he doesn’t want to acknowledge.

Two murders, her partner shot and leading the investigation on her own, the last thing Andi needs is a cocky FBI agent who sees her as no more than a tagalong.

Widow and single mother Andi is used to being on her own. When Cole gets stuck without a place to stay, crashing on her couch puts them in dangerous territory.

Attraction and passion bring Andi to a place she’d left behind when her husband died. Her three-year-old son quickly wiggles his way into Cole’s heart, and he starts contemplating things—family, love—that he’d never planned for himself.

Can being forced to work together make them stronger or will their differences jeopardise their case and their hearts?

Excerpt One:
Cole cursed. He stared into the rear-view mirror in the busy parking lot, but saw nothing. He’d been so close this time.
The damn local police were breathing down his neck, and that was the last thing he wanted…or needed.
Cooperation, my ass. They needed to get the hell out of his case. He’d been too involved for too long, and he wasn’t about to let some Podunk police chief tell him what to do.
Not to mention that dumbass detective getting himself shot. Cole didn’t need the locals piecing it all together. He had to wrap up a few things before letting them in on his case. Full disclosure wasn’t on his list at all.
That bastard Maldonado had got away from him. Even two months later, that still chapped. But he’d tracked him here and been in town a few weeks with no clues. Until the shooting. Two goons dead and a police detective shot twice. And Maldonado had slipped back into the shadows. Cole’s gut told him the coward was still in town… He hadn’t—or couldn’t—move on. But where the hell was he?
Cole’s cell phone rang, yanking him from his thoughts.
“Lucas,” he said.
“Where the hell are you?” Olivia Barnes, his supervisor, barked at him. “Chief Martin called screaming at me. He said you told him to kiss your ass? What the hell, Cole? I told you to cooperate with them.”
Cole snorted. Chief Martin had misquoted him, but not by much.
“I don’t need them, Olivia.”
“Oh, don’t Olivia me. This was an order from higher up. Get that through your thick skull, dammit. Get to that station and make nice. Now.”
Cole sighed. His boss didn’t respond. Though her tone had brooked no argument, he’d been tempted to tell her to kiss his ass. It wasn’t like his record wasn’t tainted, and it wouldn’t have been the first time he’d told her off. But he held his tongue. He was damn good at his job, and Olivia knew it. Cole would play along, for now.
“All right,” he answered. Olivia was silent on the other end of the phone. Too silent.
“All right?”
“You’ve ordered me, correct?” Cole said dryly. He could almost hear her eyes narrow.
“Just like that?”
“Just like that. C’mon, Liv, I can be a good boy.”
She harrumphed. “Okay. Go kiss Chief Martin’s ass.”
“Can’t promise that, but I will go to the station.”
“Good. I can’t afford any more damage control, Agent Lucas.”
Uh oh, Agent Lucas? “Sounds like a warning.”
“It is.” Olivia lowered her voice. “I don’t want to have to yank you off the case, Cole.”
Like that would happen. “I’ll call you later.”
She started to say something, but he ended the call imagining her outraged expression—one he was quite familiar with. He smirked. Yes, he would play along…for now.
The drive to the station was short, but didn’t alleviate his irritation with the whole damn situation. He slammed the car door and winced, berating himself. He loved this car. Cole patted the hood in apology, admiring the brand new, deep metallic blue Dodge Challenger. It looked mean as hell. Like it was made for him. He’d even contemplated keeping it when this was all over.
He groaned when he took in the smallish Antioch, Texas police station, but headed inside. The asshole desk sergeant practically growled when he introduced himself, as did Chief Martin over the intercom. He ran into the female, literally, right after Sergeant Asshole-of-the-year had finally acknowledged his existence and buzzed him into the back. And although his head smarted, seeing a beautiful woman was the highlight of his morning.
“Whoa, sorry,” she said, smiling. Her chestnut hair was pulled back into a ponytail and she had the bluest eyes he’d ever seen. She was tall and slender, and he liked what he saw. She was wearing a white button-down dress shirt and snug khaki pants, and the outfit was somehow incredibly sexy.
Cole almost missed the paddle holster at her waist, but when he saw it, he couldn’t help but admire her subtly rounded hips. Her badge was on a chain around her neck, swaying gently with her movements. A detective.
“No, I’m sorry. You all right?” he answered, trying to tear his eyes away.
“Sure. You?”
He nodded. Cole bent and helped her retrieve the scattered case file contents. He latched onto a crime scene photo. Not only was she a detective, she was working his case—the pictures were all-too-familiar evidence. No doubt the local case was tied to his. He bit back a cringe.
“Ah, I don’t think we’ve met.”
They both straightened and she thanked him for his help. He tried not to stare at the items in her arms.
“Oh, I guess not. Detective Andi MacLaren. Nice to meet you.” She held out her right hand, but he couldn’t help but glance at her left before accepting her shake. No wedding ring. Good.
“Andi, huh?” He met her eyes.
“Well, it’s Andrea, but not even my mother calls me that.” She smiled.
Instinct told him she was a no muss, no fuss, hard-working kind of girl. Not overly feminine, but extremely appealing. A smattering of freckles spread across her high cheekbones and trailed over her nose. She wore little or no makeup—that drew him as well. Not his normal type at all, but gorgeous.
“And you are?” she prompted.
Cole jolted to attention. He’d been staring. And she looked as if she was oblivious. Should that bother him? Yes. Women always noticed him.
“Special Agent Cole Lucas, FBI.”
Her eyes widened, then she flashed a grin that could have only been called impish. It rivalled one he was known to give from time to time. “You’re Agent Lucas? You’ve had Chief in a tizzy all morning.” Was that admiration in her tone?
He smiled back. “Guilty,” he admitted, winking at her.
“Agent Lucas,” Chief Martin shouted from the doorway to his office.
Cole caught Detective MacLaren’s eye and shrugged. “Guess I’m being summoned.”
She chuckled.

“Hope to catch you later…Andi.” He flashed a grin, then trotted towards the angry police chief before she could answer.

C.A. is originally from Ohio, but got to Texas as soon as she could. She is married and has a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice.
She works with kids when she’s not writing.
She’s always wanted to be a writer and is overjoyed to share her stories with the world.


Tracks~Sarah Biermann~Review, Excerpt,Playlist and Giveaway~

Title: Tracks
Author: Sarah Biermann
Genre: New Adult


When Harvard Law student, Dylan Ackhart, moves to Boston with her best friend- the last thing she expects to find is Jeremy Mason. Jeremy is sexy, smart, and passionate- and currently the most famous rock star in the world.

From the first moment Dylan meets Jeremy, she’s attracted to him. But she soon finds the fame and press can wear on you. Plus, Jeremy seems to be hiding things from her- including his relationship with the mysterious blue-haired girl.

Tracks takes you on a ride through the not so glamorous side of dating a rock star- sex, drugs, rock and roll.
Review by Sarah~
This was the first of a series and I would look forward to reading the next book to see what happens. I liked that the author jumped right in with the story and focused solely on the main characters and tried to develop their relationship without adding to many other characters to distract the reader with a lot of back stories. Although, I felt like the main character dropped all of her friend for her ” love interest” and I feel that sends a negative message that when a girl finds a boyfriend she should focus all her attention on him. There were a few surprises that kept me interested and I look forward to reading the next book to see if their love can overcome the obstacles in front of them.
little excerpt~
I finally look directly at Jeremy and everything in my body turns to butter. I tingle with electricity. He looks astonishing. It’s a hot day, and he has a sheen of sweat covering his body. His tight white T-shirt clings to his muscular chest. His dark jeans are again hanging low on his hips, exposing his hip bones. He’s barefoot and sleeveless, so casual yet he makes it look so elegant and beautiful. He has his signature grey guitar on his lap and a cigarette hanging from his gorgeous pink lips. He’s clean shaven today, which kind of disappoints me. I loved the way his face felt when it grazed against mine. I imagine for only a moment the way his stubble would feel against my inner thighs…

1. Kiss From a Rose- Seal
2. Hallelujah- Jeff Buckley
3. In Your Eyes- Peter Gabriel
4. Mirrors- Justin Timberlake
5. Big Shot- Billy Joel
6. Happiness is a Warm Gun- Beatles
7. Baby’s on Fire- Jonathan Rhys Meyers
8. Barely Breathing- Dunkin Sheik
9. Behind Blue Eyes- The Who
10. Breaking the Habit- Linkin Park
11. Extraterrestrial- Katie Perry
12. Circle The Drain- Katie Perry
13. Hummingbird Heartbeat- Katie Perry
14. Heroin- The Velvet Underground
15. Come To Your Senses- show “Tick Tick Boom!”
16. I Want You/She’s So Heavy- Beatles
17. Locked Out Of Heaven- Bruno Mars
18. Your Song- Elton John
19. I Drink Alone- George Thorogood
20. Take A Bow- Rihanna
21. This Time- Jonathan Rhys Meyers
22. While My Guitar Gently Weeps- Beatles


Tracks is only available on Amazon through August. After August, it will also be available on Nook.



Sarah Biermann, RN, BSN was born Wilmington, Delaware and grew up in Claymont. She attended Cab Calloway School of the Arts in Wilmington for high school, majoring in creative writing. She went on to Montgomery County Community College in Blue Bell, PA for her Associates Degree in Nursing. She recently graduated Drexel University with her BSN in nursing and is currently in their Masters program for nursing education. Sarah’s nursing specialty is in drugs and alcohol detox and rehab.

Sarah has been married to her husband, Jon, for 8 years. She has two beautiful daughters: Anna, age 7, and Quinn, age 2. They live in Lansdale, Pennsylvania.

She enjoys reading, singing, art, music, television, going to the movies, Hershey Park, and writing. “Tracks”- the first book in the “Rock Bottom” series- is her first book.

Sarah is currently working on the second book in the “Rock Bottom” series- titled “Trials”- coming soon.



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