Until We Meet Again

The last time I wrote my newsletter, I said I was back to posting weekly. I broke that promise, didn’t I?

I’m not currently able to continue blogging. It’s a long story that boils down to classes, work, and severe depression making it next to impossible for me to be, well, me.

Seriously, I feel like I’m losing myself to the point where I’m not doing anything I find fulfilling. I go to work, do homework, watch Netflix, rinse, recycle, and repeat. I’ve almost completely stopped free reading and writing, let alone keeping up with social media and my newsletter.

I’m trying to get back on track and reclaim some of my life, but to do that effectively, I’ll be taking a break from publishing blog posts and I’ll be coming back in the new year. By then, I’ll be posting regularly and I’ll be able to make Lover’s Quarrel better than it’s been before.

I’ll still be around, reading and commenting on other blogs and BookTube videos. I might even publish an article or two on HubPages. But until then, have a great year and a fantastic holiday season.

Woman Moves to Town of Psychics to Avoid Teaching High School Physics

Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal

My rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Goodreads Rating: 4.01 out of 5 stars

Page Count: 190 pages

One little paragraph about spirit energy ruined Akira’s career as an academic professor. Now she has two options: get a job at General Directions, a mysterious company in Florida that wants to interview her for some reason, or teach high school physics.

She’d rather work in Hell than teach high school physics.

Luckily, General Directions offers her a job that includes a salary increase and also the freedom to research whatever she wants as long as she signs a two-year contract.

What she doesn’t know is they don’t want her for her scientific research. They want her because she sees ghosts. Her boss, Zane, and the company’s CEO (and Zane’s dad), Max, want her to contact Zane’s mother and nephew, who passed, but may still be in the ghost world.

Now Akira is living in a town full of psychics where she has a haunted car and a haunted house– luckily, only friendly spirits. Her boss, Zane, is more of a friend than a manager. Which is all right with her, because she can’t help but be incredibly attracted to him.

But when Akira finds out that Zane’s mother has turned into an evil spirit, tensions rise. How can she make Zane understand that she can’t talk to his mother because the mother might kill Akira in the process?

This book was incredibly good. Way better than I was expecting, especially after I realized that Zane was going to be Akira’s boss. Normally I don’t like boss-employee romances because it feels icky. But Zane really didn’t manage Akira at all, and was a boss in name only. Not only that, but Akira seduced Zane, which was a refreshing change of pace.

Zane and Akira were both incredibly sexy and complemented each other so well. I loved the two of them together and the way Zane desired to protect her while also respecting her ability to protect herself was amazing.

The entire town, which is an homage to Eureka, was adorable and pulled me right into the world. I also really liked all the ghosts Akira encountered. They were complex enough to feel like real people even though they were for the most part side characters.

The ghostlore was intriguing as well and I enjoyed watching the discoveries Akira made about the afterlife as the story unfolded. Despite being able to see ghosts her entire life, her knowledge about ghosts was limited because of her overprotective father who forbade her to talk to ghosts or think of them as anything other than leftover energy.

The climax was satisfying for the most part. However, for a few minutes, Zane doubted that Akira could see ghosts, which was really weird. For most of the book, he didn’t doubt her ability at all, especially after testing her ability to see ghosts many times. But suddenly he doubts it? His reasoning for it didn’t fly for me and it was pretty annoying. But once he shook off his out-of-character skepticism, I was enjoying the story again.

The only other problem I had in the book was towards the beginning where there were a few random formatting marks visible. Not enough to really mess with the story, but it was a little distracting nevertheless.

But overall, this was an awesome, slightly spooky romance that’s perfect for October.

This book is free on Smashwords 

What’s your favorite Halloeen read? Leave it in the comments below.

10 Spooky Romances to Read This October

October is officially here and it’s now the perfect time for ghost stories and Halloween romances. Here are 10 romances to get you in the Halloween spirit.

1. Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen

For those who love a little bit of classic literature, Northanger Abbey is the perfect classic October romance novel (yes I realize that’s a very specific category).

Northanger Abbey is about a woman named Catherine Moreland, a young woman entering society for the first time, where she gets into scrape after scrape as she looks for mystery and conspiracy like those she enjoys in gothic novels while falling for Mr. Tilney, a handsome and charming flirt.

A parody of gothic novels, Northanger Abbey is both funny and excellent for October.

Get Northanger Abbey through your local bookstore. 

2) A Gift of Ghosts by Sarah Wynde

One little paragraph about spirit energy ruined Akira’s career as an academic professor. Now she has two options: get a job at General Directions, a mysterious company in Florida that wants to interview her for some reason, or teach high school physics.

She’d rather work in Hell than teach high school physics.

Luckily, General Directions offers her a job that includes a salary increase and also the freedom to research whatever she wants as long as she signs a two-year contract.

What she doesn’t know is they don’t want her for her scientific research. They want her because she sees ghosts. Her boss, Zane, and the company’s CEO (and Zane’s dad), Max, want her to contact Zane’s mother and nephew, who passed, but may still be in the ghost world.

Now Akira is living in a town full of psychics where she has a haunted car and a haunted house– luckily, only friendly spirits. Her boss, Zane, is more of a friend than a manager. Which is all right with her, because she can’t help but be incredibly attracted to him.

But when Akira finds out that Zane’s mother has turned into an evil spirit, tensions rise. How can she make Zane understand that she can’t talk to his mother because the mother might kill Akira in the process?

A Gift of Ghosts is free on Smashwords.

3) The Cottage on Pumpkin and Vine by Kate Angell, Jennifer Dawson, and Sharla Lovelace

Welcome to Moonbright, Maine…Where the scents of donuts and cider waft through the crisp night air…with just a hint of magic.

It’s time for the annual Halloween costume party at the cottage on Pumpkin and Vine, the perfect place to celebrate the pleasures of the season. Guests return to the picturesque B & B year after year to snuggle up in its cozy rooms, explore the quiet, tree-lined streets and enjoy all the spooky fun of the holiday. But local legend whispers that it’s also a place where wishes have a strange way of coming true.

For three unsuspecting revelers, it’s going to be an enchanted weekend of candy corn kisses and midnight black kittens, along with some real Halloween surprises—the kind that make your heart skip a beat—for many more celebrations to come…

Get The Cottage on Pumpkin and Vine at your local bookstore.

4) Full Moon Rising by Keri Arthur

A rare hybrid of vampire and werewolf, Riley Jenson and her twin brother, Rhoan, work for Melbourne’s Directorate of Other Races, an organization created to police the supernatural races–and protect humans from their depredations. While Rhoan is an exalted guardian, a.k.a. assassin, Riley is merely an office worker–until her brother goes missing on one of his missions. The timing couldn’t be worse. More werewolf than vampire, Riley is vulnerable to the moon heat, the weeklong period before the full moon, when her need to mate becomes all-consuming.…

Luckily Riley has two willing partners to satisfy her every need. But she will have to control her urges if she’s going to find her brother….Easier said than done as the city pulses with frenzied desire, and Riley is confronted with a very powerful–and delectably naked–vamp who raises her temperature like never before.

In matters carnal, Riley has met her match. But in matters criminal, she must follow her instincts not only to find her brother but to stop an unholy harvest. For someone is doing some shifty cloning in an attempt to produce the ultimate warrior–by tapping into the genome of nonhumans like Rhoan. Now Riley knows just how dangerous the world is for her kind–and just how much it needs her.

Get Full Moon Rising at your local bookstore.

5) Forever Charmed by Rose Pressey

Halloween Laveau is descended from a long line of witches. Yes, her name is Halloween. The cosmic universe is definitely playing some kind of sick joke on her. She’s the ultimate witch cliché, complete with a black cat and spooky house. Thank heavens she’s missing the warts and flying broom.

When Halloween inherits her great-aunt’s manor, she decides to put the house to good use as a bed-and-breakfast. Her first guest is the sinfully good-looking Nicolas Marco, but he’s not here for the continental breakfast. Halloween discovers a ratty old book in the attic. It’s written in an unfamiliar language, and unknown to her, the tome is cursed.

Halloween soon learns there’s a link between the book and her newfound talent as a necromancer. But her new skills come with a catch: the reanimated dead aren’t as cupcake-sweet as they were when they were alive. When a rival witch comes after the book, Halloween doesn’t know who to trust–the sexy vampire who says he wants to save the day, or the warlock who says he can destroy the book once and for all.

Halloween had better learn fast. Because when the dead start rising, only a powerful witch can put them back under.

Forever Charmed is free on Smashwords. 

6) Undead and Unwed by MaryJanice Davidson

Betsy Taylor–former model, newly unemployed secretary, 30, and still single–wakes up after being flattened by a small SUV in a tacky coffin wearing cheap knock-off shoes. Her mother is glad she is back, albeit as a vampire, but her stepmother is enraged that Betsy has reclaimed her designer-shoe collection. With a wealthy best friend and a newly acquired doctor pal who is not susceptible to her formidable allure, she sets out to right wrongs but is abducted by Nostro, a tacky 500-year-old vampire who rules the undead roost. It seems that Betsy is an anomaly: a vampire who doesn’t burn in sunlight, can fight the urge to feed, and is not repulsed by religious articles, all of which may make her the prophesied Queen of the Vampires. Teaming up with gorgeous vampire Eric Sinclair, who is in her opinion a major pervert, she takes on Nostro and his minions.

Get Undead and Unwed at your local bookstore.

7) Black Cat Fever by Desiree Holt

It’s Halloween, and for two special black cats the night when they must find their mates…or else.

Panther shifter Dea Russo waits each year for Halloween, the only night to search for her mate. As the daughter of the late pack alpha she has the power to pass along to the male she chooses.

But each Halloween passes without success until the night she meets Kyle Donovan, a man who pleasures her senses in every way possible – until mixed breed outcast Dane Maguire tries to stake a claim.

Will Kyle arise from the bed of erotic pleasure to defend the woman who holds his future in her hands?

Black Cat Fever is available on Kobo.

8) The Mark of the Midnight Manazilla by Lauren Willig

In October of 1806, the Little Season is in full swing, and Sally Fitzhugh has had enough of the endless parties and balls. With a rampant vampire craze sparked by the novel The Convent of Orsino, it seems no one can speak of anything else. But when Sally hears a rumor that the reclusive Duke of Belliston is an actual vampire, she cannot resist the challenge of proving such nonsense false. At a ball in Belliston Square, she ventures across the gardens and encounters the mysterious Duke.

Lucien, Duke of Belliston, is well versed in the trouble gossip can bring. He’s returned home to dispel the rumors of scandal surrounding his parents’ deaths, which hint at everything from treason to dark sorcery. While he searches for the truth, he welcomes his fearsome reputation—until a woman is found dead in Richmond. Her blood drained from her throat.

Lucien and Sally join forces to stop the so-called vampire from killing again. Someone managed to get away with killing the last Duke of Belliston. But they won’t kill this duke—not if Sally has anything to say about it.

Get The Mark of the Midnight Manazilla at your local bookstore.

9) To Catch a Spirit by Carrie Pulkinen

Being psychic isn’t as fun as it sounds….

Billionaire businessman Logan Mitchell is an empath. While his talent of reading people’s emotions has come in handy in the business world, it’s about to drive him insane. His ability triggers unbearable OCD attacks that leave him counting and cleaning until he collapses from exhaustion. If his psychic power doesn’t make him crazy, the ghost that’s haunting him soon will.

Psychic medium Allison Gray is drawn to Logan the minute she meets him. She shares his empathic abilities, and she can help him control the constant barrage of emotions. But a harrowing incident from her past has left her terrified of spirits, and the ghost in Logan’s mansion is doing everything in its power to keep her away.

Logan has given up hope of ever having a normal life, until he meets Allison. But the ghost doesn’t want to share him. Even if she can overcome her fears, loving him will mean risking her life.

Get To Catch a Spirit at your local bookstore.

10) Midnight Bayou by Nora Roberts

Declan Fitzgerald had always been the family maverick, but even he couldn’t understand his impulse to buy a dilapidated mansion on the outskirts of New Orleans. All he knew was that ever since he first saw Manet Hall, he’d been enchanted-and obsessed-with it. So when the opportunity to buy the house comes up, Declan jumps at the chance to live out a dream.

Determined to restore Manet Hall to its former splendor, Declan begins the daunting renovation room by room, relying on his own labor and skills. But the days spent in total isolation in the empty house take a toll. He is seeing visions of days from a century past, and experiencing sensations of terror and nearly unbearable grief-sensations not his own, but those of a stranger. Local legend has it that the house is haunted, and with every passing day Declan’s belief in the ghostly presence grows.

Only the companionship of alluring Angelina Simone can distract him from the mysterious happenings in the house, but Angelina too has her own surprising connection to Manet Hall-a connection that will help Declan uncover a secret that’s been buried for a hundred years.

Get Midnight Bayou at your local bookstore.

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What’s your favorite Halloween romance? Let me know in the comments.

Don’t Save Things for Special Occasions (Why I’ve Been AWOL)

Hey guys, welcome to Lover’s Quarrel’s YouTube channel.

For anyone who was wondering, I’m not dead. It’s been about three weeks since I’ve posted to YouTube or Lover’s Quarrel. That’s pretty much the norm for YouTube, but unheard of on Lover’s Quarrel, where I post weekly. 

This video is essentially to explain why I’ve been gone so long. 

For the last week of August and the first week of September, I was in Maine to visit friends and family, and to deal with personal stuff, which includes, but is not limited to, cleaning out my childhood bedroom. 

For most people, cleaning a room isn’t a big deal. But when it’s a hoarder’s room that’s infested by mice, rats, and squirrels, then it’s definitely a big deal. 

I’m not going to get into how the rodent problem got as bad as it did because frankly, it’s not my story to tell. Just know that the house is now unlivable and rodents are evil. You know that scene in Cinderella when the mice make her dress? That dress has rodent poop sewn into it. Disney will never convince me otherwise.

I ended up saving a lot of things, though, including my diaries, my flute, and about four totes worth of books. I saved this teapot, too. Don’t worry, though, I washed this thing like three times before using it. 

The thing is, because of time constraints, I’ll never set foot in that room again, and most of my stuff is still in there. Most likely, all of it will end up in the trash. And I honestly don’t know most of the stuff that I lost because I didn’t have time to look through it all. I do know that I lost over 200 books, though. I took pictures of all the books that I could find so I could buy replacements later, but some of the pictures were out of focus and I can’t make out the titles, so there are six or seven books that are just lost. 

So that really sucked. But I’m kind of glad it happened because I’m definitely a hoarder, and I hadn’t actually accepted that, but it’s pretty hard to deny it now. Now that I know my own hoarding tendencies, it’ll be easier to get rid of them, and hopefully before I get my own house. 

One of my biggest problems is that I tend to save things for special occasions. Like, I have twenty bottles of lotion and 30 containers of tea that I just don’t use because I was saving them for special occasions.

I don’t have special occasions. 

Like, the tea I’m drinking now is organic peach ginger green tea. Super fancy, right? I was saving this tea for a morning when I could really enjoy it. This would be after yoga, sitting in a chair and sipping it mindfully while listening to a lightning storm or some shit. That never would have happened, mostly because I don’t do yoga in the morning. I do yoga mid-afternoon when I’m procrastinating homework. 

I didn’t use the lotion because I thought it was a waste if I used it when I wasn’t going out. Which is bullshit. I have it because I like the scent, not because other people liked the scent. So what should it matter if other people smell it or not? 

So, I’m done saving shit for special occasions. Because I had to throw out over a hundred dollar’s worth of tea and beauty products that hadn’t made it down to Florida, and I’d rather not do that again. 

I am, however, going to buy most of the books I’ve lost. It’ll be a few years before I do because I want shelves for them all. I also want to buy all 200 of them through Indiebound so I can support locally owned bookstores in a big way.

 Suck it, Amazon. 

My biggest takeaways from this were, one, don’t take a rodent problem lightly. Traps aren’t enough, and it’s probably a good idea to consult an exterminator. Also, if you’ve had a rodent problem in the past, make sure you clean everything. Just douse your house in disinfectant and then Febreeze your life because it turns out the scent of rodents will attract more rodents because Mother Nature can be a bitch. 

The second takeaway is don’t save things for special occasions. Just don’t. Use your fancy dishes, light those pretty candles, and drink that expensive tea because it really sucks when shit gets ruined before you use it. 

I really appreciate you taking the time to watch the video all the way through and I would love it if you left a comment below. I’ll give all commenters individual shoutouts in my next video, even if you say something totally random. Like pineapple. Actually, please say pineapple in the comments to confuse everyone who didn’t watch the video all the way. That would be fantastic. 

And as always, have a good day, everyone and remember to shop local, shop indie, and read for a better world. Bye!

An Ode to the Romance Novel on PBS

An Ode to the Romance Novel:


I was quite surprised when I saw that the Great American Novel was covering romance novels but I loved the video. Overall, it’s pretty respectful of the genre and interesting to watch, so I’m sharing it with you today.

This is a short post because I just started a semester of college that has kept me busy but I hope you enjoy it anyway. If you want more Lover’s Quarrel, then sign up for my newsletter and also get a copy of Lover’s Quarrel’s Ultimate Reading List, a list of free, full-length romance novels I’ve rated 4 stars or higher.

Eleanor and Park: First Love at Its Finest

Genre: Teen, Contemporary

Page Count: 328 pages

My Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Eleanor… Red hair, wrong clothes. Standing behind him until he turns his head. Lying beside him until he wakes up. Making everyone else seem drabber and flatter and never good enough…Eleanor.

Park… He knows she’ll love a song before he plays it for her. He laughs at her jokes before she ever gets to the punch line. There’s a place on his chest, just below his throat, that makes her want to keep promises…Park.

Set over the course of one school year, this is the story of two star-crossed sixteen-year-olds—smart enough to know that first love almost never lasts, but brave and desperate enough to try.

I did this book for a reading vlog without knowing anything about it and that turned out to be a mistake. This book was a lot heavier than I anticipated. Trigger warnings for domestic violence and child abuse for those who want to read it.

Together, Eleanor and Park are excellent. They have witty dialogue full of 80’s references and general high school silliness. The two of them together made me nostalgic for high school with their cuteness.

That was definitely needed because the rest of the book was really dark.

From the start, Eleanor isn’t doing well. As the new kid in school, she is an easy target for bullies and has no friends to turn to (at least until Park). But her home life is even worse. After living off a neighbor’s couch for a year, Eleanor was finally allowed to move back into her mom’s house, where her mom and siblings live under the tyrannical rule of Ritchie, a violent and abusive alcoholic.

In Eleanor’s house, the feeling of danger and unease is always there, heightened by nightly fights between Ritchie and the mother and having no bathroom door. Eleanor only really feels safe in the house when Ritchie isn’t there.

Her escape becomes Park, the quiet boy on the bus who let her sit next to him and lets her read comic books over his shoulder. Slowly they develop a reluctant friendship which turns into love.

I really like Eleanor. I think she’s really smart and witty and very relatable. She’s insecure about her body and the abuse definitely took a toll on her emotional state. But in general, she’s just a normal teenager.

Park is a typical teenager as well. He’s frustratingly insecure and angsty, which makes him act like a jerk to Eleanor sometimes, especially in the beginning. But despite that, he’s usually a really nice guy who cares deeply for Eleanor. He’s pretty understanding about her home life and is patient with her, which I really like. He does a lot of things that he thinks are small, like lending Eleanor comics and making her mixtapes, but they mean the world to Eleanor, and it’s really sweet.

The only time I didn’t like him was when he found out someone was writing dirty messages on Eleanor’s textbook and he accused her of writing the messages herself. That was really out-of-character for him and was pretty horrible. Aside from that, though, he was nice. He was, in general, a normal, realistic teenage boy.

My biggest problem with the book was the ending. It wasn’t satisfying for me because it ends abruptly and I didn’t get enough closure about Eleanor’s family. It’s hinted at that they move out of the toxic house but it’s never confirmed. So because of that, it’s only 4 out of 5 stars, but still definitely worth reading.

You can get Eleanor and Park at your local bookstore today.

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3 Alpha Female Romance Novels to Read Today

Even though the outdated damsel in distress romance novel heroine has turned into detectives, cops, veterans, and CEOs, more often than not it’s still the man doing the chasing.

But sometimes you want the females to be the ones pursuing. Even though alpha female romance novels get lost among alpha male and wolf shifter romance novels, they’re still out there and can be a refreshing change of pace. So here are three alpha female books to read now.

1) Eleven Scandals to Start to Win a Duke’s Heart by Sarah MacLean

Genre: Historical

Average Goodreads Rating: 4.05 out of 5 stars

Page Count: 367 pages

There is no telling where a scandal might lead…

Bold, impulsive, and a magnet for trouble, Juliana Fiori is no simpering English miss. She refuses to play by society’s rules: she speaks her mind, cares nothing for the approval of the ton, and can throw a punch with remarkable accuracy. Her scandalous nature makes her a favorite subject of London’s most practiced gossips… and precisely the kind of woman the Duke of Leighton wants far far away from him.

Scandal is the last thing Simon Pearson has room for in his well-ordered world. The Duke of Disdain is too focused on keeping his title untainted and his secrets unknown. But when he discovers Juliana hiding in his carriage late one evening—risking everything he holds dear—he swears to teach the reckless beauty a lesson in propriety.

She has other plans, however; she wants two weeks to prove that even an unflappable duke is not above passion.

Get Eleven Scandals at your local bookstore today.

2) The Belle vs. the BDOC by Amy Jo Cousin

Genre: Contemporary, LGBT

Average Goodreads Rating 3.51 out of 5 stars

Shelby Summerfield is a Southern belle at a northern college in 1993, which is a challenge to begin with. And yes, Florence Truong, the object of Shelby’s lust and the only other woman on campus not wearing flannel, does catch her in what looks like a compromising position with a straight boy at pub trivia night.

But Shelby is a gold star lesbian and Florence’s dapper fashion sense makes her weak in the knees, so her rejection stings hard. To exact her revenge, Shelby cheats a little when putting together her own trivia dream team, because nobody strategizes to win like a Southern girl on a mission. And if trivia can’t settle their rivalry, then maybe the annual campus-wide game of assassin will do the trick.

Shelby’s gonna come out on top of Florence—in bed or out, one way or another. Bless her heart. And her silk pocket squares.

Get The Belle vs. The BDOC on Smashwords today.

3) A Gentleman in the Street by Alisha Rai

Genre: Contemporary

Average Goodreads Rating: 3.87 out of 5 stars

Page Count: 262 pages

Shameless. That’s what she was.

Billionaire businesswoman Akira Mori can get anything and anyone her heart desires. Anyone, that is, except for a certain aloof author who has been dominating her dreams for over a decade. Accustomed to Jacob Campbell’s stern disapproval, Akira has turned provocation into an art, using every trick in her arsenal to keep the man from guessing the depth of her filthy fantasies.

Shameless. That’s what she made him.

Since the moment the sexy, sultry socialite sidled up to him years ago, there hasn’t been a time when Jacob didn’t crave Akira. But as guardian to his younger siblings, responsibility has controlled his life. Confining his darkest desires to secret, stolen moments maintains his carefully disciplined world…but a cold bed is the price he pays.

A single touch is all it takes for their simmering need to explode. As secrets and fears are stripped away one by one, shame becomes a thing of the past. They find themselves becoming addicted to each other, in bed and out—a frightening prospect for a man just learning to live…and a woman who thinks she doesn’t know how to love.

Get A Gentleman in the Street at your local bookstore today.

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Julia Quinn’s Bridgertons Are Coming to Netflix

Shona Rhimes, the mastermind behind Grey’s AnatomyScandal, and How to Get Away with Murder has recently signed a multi-year deal with Netflix for her to set up eight original series– including one based on Julia Quinn’s Bridgerton Series.

The Bridgerton series is about eight siblings in 19th century England: Anthony, Benedict, Colin, Daphne, Eloise, Francesca, Gregory, and Hyacinth.

They love each other fiercely, even though they bicker like all siblings do. Each book features a different sibling as they find love.

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Lover’s Quarrel’s Top 5 Picks from Smashwords’ Summer/Winter Sale

Every year, Smashwords hosts an epic sale for the entire month of July, which means deep discounts on books from hundreds of participating authors– even books 100% off!

Here are Lover’s Quarrel’s top picks from the Summer/Winter Sale.

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