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#BookReview Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan

  Crazy Rich Asians is a fun, comedic romance that opened my eyes to a whole new world! Before anyone asks, yes, I read this book because I saw the movie and loved it. Was the movie identical to the book? No. Was it still super cute and a great adaption? Yes. So, now that… Continue reading #BookReview Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan

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#BookReview A Love Thing Anthology by Laura Kaye & More!

For today, I've included a short little review about an excellent anthology! Almost all of these books have been featured on my blog and they are all on my Goodreads! But, I did want to include a little info about this fabulous collection if you were looking for a romance anthology!   This anthology has… Continue reading #BookReview A Love Thing Anthology by Laura Kaye & More!

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#BookReview The Gap of Time by Jeanette Winterson

The Gap of Time was a fantastic retelling of The Winter's Tale by William Shakespeare. When I first started this book I was very unsure about it. Typically retellings are almost an exact copy of the work and appear to be more of a "fan fiction" than their own work. But, this beautiful novel was… Continue reading #BookReview The Gap of Time by Jeanette Winterson

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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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Collection 1: #TopTens – Children’s Fiction Part 1

Welcome to my new collection of blog posts! This collection will be all about my favourite books in specific genres. My goal is to collect awesome books together to provide some new to-read novels for readers! There will be multiple parts to each collection since I have read so many good books by so many… Continue reading Collection 1: #TopTens – Children’s Fiction Part 1

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#BookReview Half Done Fun by Katja Vartiainen

  Half Done Fun by Katja Vartiainen is a unique book for all of your doodling fun! This book is seriously fun! I always liked drawing, colouring and painting when I was younger but slowly lost it as I got older (and had less time to do all the fun things I did in my… Continue reading #BookReview Half Done Fun by Katja Vartiainen

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#BookReview Always Been You by Sadie Allen

  Always Been You by Sadie Allen is a roller coaster of a ride full of romance, drama and action! Wow. Wow. Wow! I did not expect this book to be so packed tight of insanity! Sadie Allen does a fantastic job of writing a fantastical tale about a long lost romance, but she throws… Continue reading #BookReview Always Been You by Sadie Allen

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#BookReview The Father by Brett Williams

The Father by Brett Williams is a unique take on a generational story. I did not enjoy this book as much as I hoped to. The book was written in a tone that just didn't fit with me personally, but it is a great book. The story follows a family through the generation, with each… Continue reading #BookReview The Father by Brett Williams

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#BookReview The Pawn by Skye Warren

The Pawn by Skye Warren is a dark, erotica novel. I found this book in the A Love Thing anthology that Tamsen Parker told me about! It was free on Amazon at the time, so I was definitely down for some free reads. This book was not for me, but it was definitely a good… Continue reading #BookReview The Pawn by Skye Warren

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#BookReview And The Wolf Shall Dwell by Joni Dee

And the Wolf Shall Swell by Joni Dee Summary: Summary: John Daniel, just a regular Joe, a foreigner who works in the City of London, is entangled with a political plot which tracks all the way up the corridors of Westminster. Aided by retired MI6 agent Adam Grey, the duo will set off to an… Continue reading #BookReview And The Wolf Shall Dwell by Joni Dee