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#BookReview Bloody Valentine by Melissa De La Cruz

Bloody Valentine is a little book full of short stories relating to romance in the Blue Bloods universe. I meant to read this years ago, but it disappeared into the depths of my book shelf. I finally found it the other day, and I decided I might as well read it. I'm sure, somewhere, I… Continue reading #BookReview Bloody Valentine by Melissa De La Cruz

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#BookReview Best Women’s Erotica of the Year, Volume 4 by Rachel Kramer Bussel et al.

When I saw that my fave Tamsen Parker had a short story in this collection, I jumped on it! She is always apart of the best compilations and anthologies, so this book became a must read for me. And of course, this book did not let down! There are stories for every erotica lover (whether… Continue reading #BookReview Best Women’s Erotica of the Year, Volume 4 by Rachel Kramer Bussel et al.

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#BookReview Sons of York by Lesley J Nickell

Sons of York by Lesley J Nickell was a beautiful read that I highly suggest to fans of historical fiction. It's a real shame that Lesley J Nickell has passed, because she was such a fabulous writer. This story had me hooked from the first chapter, and from then on I was obsessed. Historical fiction… Continue reading #BookReview Sons of York by Lesley J Nickell

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#BookReview HughTube by Richard Clark

  HughTube is a fantastic read about a 14 year old child starting a blog (or personal reality television show). This funny yet simple story was a great read that would be well suited for the middle grade audience. It's silly, modern and full of awesome surprises! Richard Clark continues to do a fantastic job… Continue reading #BookReview HughTube by Richard Clark

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#BookReview Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie

I have been wanting to read books by Agatha Christie for years, yet whenever I made it to a bookstore I would get lost in the aisles and forget about my desires. Luckily for me, Kennett Branagh decided to remake Murder on the Orient Express. The movie was fantastic and everything I wanted it to… Continue reading #BookReview Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie

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#BookReview The Gaucho’s Lady by Genevieve Turner

  The Guacho's Lady was the cutest, sweetest, most adorable historical romance I've read this year! I won't lie, when I first started this book I was a little wary. Historical romances have been hit or miss for me, but somehow Genevieve Turner craved a beautifully written tale that really had me hooked. Seriously, I… Continue reading #BookReview The Gaucho’s Lady by Genevieve Turner

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#BookReview The F.L.U.B. Club by Richard Clark

  What happens when a kid wants to become a billionaire? Well, they create a club, of course! Marty Gundy wants to be REALLY rich, so he made a club called FIUB (but it turned into FLUB) so all of the future internet ultra-billionaires could hang out! Marty is a tech whiz, which is why… Continue reading #BookReview The F.L.U.B. Club by Richard Clark

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#BookReview My Snowman, Paul by Yossi Lapid

  My Snowman, Paul is a great addition to your child's bookshelf! I loved the bright purples within this book - all of the contrasting colours worked well in the soft setting. The art style itself was so soft and smooth, which was very nice on the eyes. There's lots of rhyming in this book!… Continue reading #BookReview My Snowman, Paul by Yossi Lapid

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#BookReview Three Months to Forever by Hudson Lin

  I have instantly found a new author to binge read! Hudson Lin has created one fantastic novel that has blown my mind! Three Months to Forever is a short yet sweet novel about two impressive men falling in love in in Hong Kong. Add in the fact that Canada is also a big part… Continue reading #BookReview Three Months to Forever by Hudson Lin

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#BookReview Once Upon an Ever After by Angela N. Blount

This memoir about Angeli and her long distance Southern boyfriend Vincent is an amazing read. I wasn't sure about how much sense it would make to me, considering that this is a side novel to the original Once Upon a Road Trip (that I hadn't read). Surprisingly, this novel was easy to follow and I… Continue reading #BookReview Once Upon an Ever After by Angela N. Blount