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#BookReview Single Chicas by Sandra C. Lopez

  Single Chicas by Sandra C. Lopez is a fabulous anthology full of heart warming, heart breaking and funny stories about latina women! This is one of those gems you don't find too often - a series of stories that you can relate to, even if it's not about you. The collection ranges from stories… Continue reading #BookReview Single Chicas by Sandra C. Lopez

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#BookReview My Sunshine Away by M.O. Walsh

  My Sunshine Away by M.O. Walsh is a haunting yet beautiful tale about a tragic childhood. This book has blown me away with how thought provoking it is! M.O. Walsh's beautiful writing style tells the tale of fifteen year old Lindy (in our narrator's point of view) and the horrors that occur in their… Continue reading #BookReview My Sunshine Away by M.O. Walsh

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#BookReview My Best Friend is a Secret Agent by Richard Clark

  This book is serious fun! It's silly, zanely and full of hilarity! The pictures in the book are incredibly amusing, and go along perfectly with the story! The story is a little out of this world (a kid designing a microchip that goes on your tooth and make you a secret agent?!) but that's… Continue reading #BookReview My Best Friend is a Secret Agent by Richard Clark

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#BookReview Filthy Wicked Love by Lili Valente

  Filthy Wicked Love by Lili Valente is one steamy, super sexy, hotter than the summer read! I read this book because it was in "A Love Thing" anthology that is full of super, uber sexy books! I wasn't sure what to expect because the synopsis didn't pull me in - but oh my gosh… Continue reading #BookReview Filthy Wicked Love by Lili Valente


#BookReview If I Loved You Less by Tamsen Parker

    If I Loved You Less by Tamsen Parker is a super sweet, PG rated romance! As a fan of Tamsen Parker, I'm always down for whatever book she throws our way! She tends to switch up her genres, her writing style, her narratives and her character types. This time around THE BOOK ISN'T… Continue reading #BookReview If I Loved You Less by Tamsen Parker

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#BookReview Scars by Ruth Miranda

There is a BIG time jump (and by big, I mean two years) in this novel. There is a slight summary of the first book in this series, which is helpful, but if you haven't read the first novel in a LONG time, maybe read a quick summary or a few reviews to get yourself… Continue reading #BookReview Scars by Ruth Miranda

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Collection 2: #TopTens – Young Adult Part 1

This time around in my collection of top books I am tackling the Young Adult genre! Young Adult has always been a guilty pleasure of mine and I love to dive deep into this genre whenever possible. Listed below are ten YA books I would highly recommend you pick up, depending on your interests! I've… Continue reading Collection 2: #TopTens – Young Adult Part 1

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#BookReview Gold Street by Kathy T Kale

This book was surprisingly a fun read for me. Usually I am not to fond of thrillers, mysteries or books related to politics, but this book I enjoyed. From the minute I started the book I was hooked, and that rarely happens. I surprisingly was very interested in the politics involved in this book, and… Continue reading #BookReview Gold Street by Kathy T Kale


#BookReview The Virgin and the Bull by Erato

  This noir novel gives a unique feel that is incredibly hard to achieve in literature these days. The flowing, intense language that uses expansive words to describe the wonders within this book. The language felt like Shakespeare (despite being in a different prose and style) - which really struck a cord with me. I… Continue reading #BookReview The Virgin and the Bull by Erato

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#BookReview Undeniable by Liz Bankes

Undeniable by Liz Bankes was an interesting novel that seemed to be aimed towards the Young Adult audience. This book was nothing special for me. I was left feeling rather lost and upset that this book wasn't as good as the synopsis had implied. The plot was well thought out and it could have been… Continue reading #BookReview Undeniable by Liz Bankes