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#BookReview Bittersweet Symphony by Rebecca McNutt

  This book was written in Nova Scotia, and as a Canadian I AM SO HAPPY I AM READING A CANADIAN BOOK. That cannot be understated - I love helping other Canadian authors out. It's so near and dear to my heart. Rebecca McNutt's novel Bittersweet Symphony was an addicting read for me. Her descriptions… Continue reading #BookReview Bittersweet Symphony by Rebecca McNutt

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#BookReview The Winter Family by Clifford Jackman

The Winter Family by Clifford Jackman This book reminds me of Games of Thrones if it was set in a western setting. There's lots of death, and lots of interesting drama to keep you interested. I'm not crazy into westerns, but I love reading in different genres so I don't get bored reading the same… Continue reading #BookReview The Winter Family by Clifford Jackman

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#BookReview Seduction on the Slopes (SIG #2) by Tamsen Parker

*Arc courtesy of Tamsen Parker/NetGalley in exchange for an honest review* Why am I reading a book about winter games in freezing weather when I'm cold and dreaming of the summer? Because Tamsen Parker has another wonderful book out! So maybe reading a book about cold isn't the smartest idea, but Tamsen has some hot… Continue reading #BookReview Seduction on the Slopes (SIG #2) by Tamsen Parker

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#BookReview Manchester Vice by Jack Strange

*Arc given by the author, Jack Strange, in exchange for an honest and unbiased review* Warning: Spoilers below. Jack Strange's books are of an interesting variety - when reading the synopsis I always get this very melancholy or "yeah, yeah" feeling, but when I pick up the book I'm blown away by the sheer excellence… Continue reading #BookReview Manchester Vice by Jack Strange

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#BookReview The Year After by Ashley Wagner

The Year After by Ashley Warner was a tale about one woman's experience with rape. That seems like such a horrible way to word that sentence, but this story is a year's worth of journals about what happened after the rape (and a few extra stories from years later). There is literally journals from every… Continue reading #BookReview The Year After by Ashley Wagner