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#BookReview The Second War of Rebellion by Katie Hanrahan

Somehow, I managed to pick up this book and finish reading it but then put it right back on my "to read" bookshelf so I completely forgot how long ago I read it! So the accuracy of the dates of when I read this is quite wrong! I'll just say August 2017 since that's when… Continue reading #BookReview The Second War of Rebellion by Katie Hanrahan

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#BookReview Men in Kilts by Katie MacAlister

Men in Kilts is a sweet, silly, romance novel that will keep you giggling! I have always had a strong bond with Katie MacAlister and her books. Her and a few other authors were "there for me" when my Dad was sick, and by them I mean their books. This was one of those books… Continue reading #BookReview Men in Kilts by Katie MacAlister

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#BookReview Zodiac Unmasked by Robert Graysmith

Zodiac Unmasked was an interesting take on the real life incidents revolving around the Zodiac Killer. This book could have been a LOT shorter than it is, there is almost so much content in this book I got bored (and I am OBSESSED with conspiracies and theories, I'll sit through long books and videos any… Continue reading #BookReview Zodiac Unmasked by Robert Graysmith

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#BookReview Mastering Her Senses by Laura Kaye

Mastering Her Senses by Laura Kaye is one mega hot novel that will leave you breathless. I picked this book up as apart of the anthology A Love Thing - I was told by the amazing author Tamsen Parker that the anthology book (full of tons of sexy ebooks) was free on Amazon, so I… Continue reading #BookReview Mastering Her Senses by Laura Kaye

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#BookReview Saving the CEO by Jenny Holiday

Saving the CEO was an enchanting romance novel that I need more of in my life! This week has been busy and full of homework, work, assignments, tests and everything else that comes along with being a college student. When I finally finished my week, I wanted something nice, light and fun to read and… Continue reading #BookReview Saving the CEO by Jenny Holiday

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#BookReview If We Had Known by Elise Juska

  "If We Had Known" was a unique read that gave me chills. With all the shootings that have been happening, well...everywhere, I was honestly surprised I hadn't seen millions upon millions of books trying to hone in on the public interest. When I initially picked this book up, I was under the impression this… Continue reading #BookReview If We Had Known by Elise Juska

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#BookReview The Coffin Club by Ellen Schreiber

#ThrowbackThursday is upon us - and this time I picked another vampire YA book, but one that was and is still my guilty pleasure. Here's the view!     The Coffin Club by Ellen Schreiber is one of my sweet obsessions in the YA genre. Vampire Kisses was one of those series I binged read… Continue reading #BookReview The Coffin Club by Ellen Schreiber

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#BookReview Misadventures of a Virgin by Meredith Wild

I love Meredith Wild's Hacker series, so I figured I would also love this book... yet I didn't. This book is your typical post-YA novel. Teenagers who were once together find some feelings for each other years later... Typical trope! If you're looking for an exciting, over the top plot in regards to this typical… Continue reading #BookReview Misadventures of a Virgin by Meredith Wild

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#BookReview A Long Way Back by J. Everett Prewitt

A Long Way Back by J. Everett Prewitt is a gripping story that will leave you breathless. This book is one of the novels that have been sitting on my to-read shelf behind other books and I didn't see. I would have read it ages ago, but my silly placement pattern didn't work as well.… Continue reading #BookReview A Long Way Back by J. Everett Prewitt

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#BookReview Tiger Tiger by Johanna Skibsrud

I won't lie, this book was hard to read. I was super excited to read another anthology/short story book, but this one let me down!! Each story was unique in it's idea - I thought each would have made a great novel all on their own, with the little short story being a "pilot run"… Continue reading #BookReview Tiger Tiger by Johanna Skibsrud