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#BookReview After the Blitz by Savannah Adams

After the Blitz by Savannah Adams is a delightful start to a truly addicting romance series! I have been slowly but surely working my way through The Inman Brothers series. This awesome sports romance series is a must read for those seeking something light hearted and filled with happily ever afters. There's drama, there's comedy… Continue reading #BookReview After the Blitz by Savannah Adams

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#BookReview Warming My Winter Heart by Michelle Cornish

Warming My Winter Heart by Michelle Cornish is a delightful and sweet romance read! I'm the kind of girl who likes to curl up on the couch with a blanket, a warm cup of tea and a great contemporary book that will whisk me away into a story. Warming My Winter Heart did just that!… Continue reading #BookReview Warming My Winter Heart by Michelle Cornish

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#BookReview Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty

I will be totally honest with you: I only read this book because I watched the television show and was morbidly curious about the book. I have picked up another book by Liane Moriarty (The Hyponotist's Love Story) which was okay so I wanted to pick up another book by her. Big Little Lies was… Continue reading #BookReview Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty

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#BookReview Touch by Courtney Maum

Touch by Courtney Maum is one of my fave reads of 2020. Seriously, this book is ridiculously good. I was shocked by how much I loved this book. The plot sounds super intriguing, but the content just blows it out of the water. Let me explain: Sloane is a trend forecaster, and she's really good… Continue reading #BookReview Touch by Courtney Maum

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#BookReview The Reluctant Fortune-Teller by Keziah Frost

The Reluctant Fortune-Teller by Keziah Frost is one of my favourite 2020 reads. This book is a serious contemporary gem. When I start reading it, I got instantly hooked and needed to binge the whole thing. It's not only a very sweet story with great themes, but it's also just a fun ride! Norbert Zelenka… Continue reading #BookReview The Reluctant Fortune-Teller by Keziah Frost

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#BookReview The Dark and Other Love Stories by Deborah Willis

Deborah Willis has crafted one lovely group of stories in The Dark and Other Love Stories. This collection is full of humor and intriguing content. No, seriously. I was thoroughly impressed by not only Deborah's incredible writing style but the imagination behind these stories. Some of them were just wild! The weirdest yet most interesting… Continue reading #BookReview The Dark and Other Love Stories by Deborah Willis

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#BookReview Spectacle by Rachel Vincent

  Is it possible to rate over five stars? Because I totally would with this book! Many eons ago, I was OBSESSED with Rachel Vincent's books. I was a high-schooler with a minimum wage job and and money to spend. So, I hoarded books and rammed through most of Ms. Rachel V's bibliography. Soul Screamers,… Continue reading #BookReview Spectacle by Rachel Vincent

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#BookReview Between Sisters by Cathy Kelly

Between Sisters by Cathy Kelly was a beautiful contemporary drama. This novel follows a family through their treasures and troubles. Cassie and Coco are sisters whose Mother left them when Coco was only one and Cassie was eight. That memory hurts and shapes them as adults, leading to a lot of the conflict in this… Continue reading #BookReview Between Sisters by Cathy Kelly

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#BookReview The Heirs by Fran Hawthorne

The Heirs by Fran Hawthorne is a delightful, contemporary novel that lit up my bookshelf. Eleanor's Mother, Rose, has a terrible fall and is suddenly speaking Polish. For many years, Rose has kept her history of the war a secret and not shared a word to a single soul. This sudden change sparks interest in… Continue reading #BookReview The Heirs by Fran Hawthorne

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#BookReview A Bicycle Made for Two by Mary Jayne Baker

Oh, Mary Jayne Baker. It's like you wrote this book just for me! It's 100% British and took me back to my youth when my Dad used every British slang word and saying he could all day, everyday. Meanwhile, it's a cute, comedic romance that reminds me I'm an adult. It's safe to say, this… Continue reading #BookReview A Bicycle Made for Two by Mary Jayne Baker