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Capitol Punishment by K.D. McQuain – Book Review

The Book Review I have been a fan of K.D. McQuain's for quite some time. This incredible author was one of the first authors to request one of my reviews at the beginning of my book blog journey. His books were also some of the first books on my review list that I knew I… Continue reading Capitol Punishment by K.D. McQuain – Book Review

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#BookReview Designing Love by Victoria Grant

Designing Love by Victoria Grant is the third romantic read in the Calderone Family romance series. We're back at it again with another Calderone child getting their love story fleshed out in the most dramatic and romantic of ways. Charles Calderone gets his turn to shine as he woos Caroline Winters, an architect. She's a… Continue reading #BookReview Designing Love by Victoria Grant

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#BookReview Veering Off on Valentine’s by A.J. Kormon

Veering off Valentine's by A.J. Kormon is another super sweet, middle grade read for your eager readers. I do really enjoy these books. I've been on a bit of a middle grade binge lately, but can you blame me? This series specifically is designed for readers who aren't too enthusiastic about reading. There is big… Continue reading #BookReview Veering Off on Valentine’s by A.J. Kormon

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#BookReview Quiet on Set! by Kevin Miller

Quiet on Set! by Kevin Miller is another truly incredible addition to my favourite Canadian, middle-grade series - Milligan Creek. This series is my guilty pleasure. I love snuggling up with a blanket, a warm cup of tea, my cats, and a Milligan Creek book. How can you not love them? They are full of… Continue reading #BookReview Quiet on Set! by Kevin Miller

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#BookReview Creeping Up on Christmas by A.J. Kormon

A.J. Kormon is one of my recent favourite authors for middle grade series. I always love myself a little middle grade read. It brings me back to my youth and reminds me of how much fun reading back then was. Getting a little nostalgia is nice through all of the craziness of our current situation,… Continue reading #BookReview Creeping Up on Christmas by A.J. Kormon

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#BookReview How to Train Your Dragon by Cressida Cowell

Welcome to a world of dragons…. I absolutely loved the movie series How to Train Your Dragon. It blew my mind that it was based off a book, and ever since I had been chasing down a copy. It's been years of me trying to find it at local bookstores (because why just find it… Continue reading #BookReview How to Train Your Dragon by Cressida Cowell

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#BookReview Halloween Night on Monster Island by Clark Roberts

Halloween Night on Monster Island is a fun, middle grade read with lots of spooky jump scares and hijinks. If you like books like Goosebumps, this book is perfect for you! This middle grade read is fast paced, has some spooky moments, and is just all around fun. It gave me R.L. Stine vibes with… Continue reading #BookReview Halloween Night on Monster Island by Clark Roberts

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#BookReview Hiding Out on Halloween by A.J. Kormon

Hiding Out on Halloween by A.J. Kormon is a delightful, middle grade read! I really liked this book, and not just because it features my favourite holiday! This craft middle grade book is aimed at readers who have trouble reading or just don't enjoy it as much. It combines a fast paced book with a… Continue reading #BookReview Hiding Out on Halloween by A.J. Kormon

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#BookReview Wild Cowboy Ways by Carolyn Brown

Ah, it's the season of love! February comes around and it's the perfect time to pick up an adorable romance. This month I will feature tons and tons of my fave romance books. Hopefully you find a new book to add to your TBR! Here's one of my guilty pleasure reads by Carolyn Brown:  … Continue reading #BookReview Wild Cowboy Ways by Carolyn Brown

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#BookReview Winter’s Bone by Daniel Woodrell

In case anyone was wondering, I'm the type of person who likes to read the book before they watch the movie. Yeah, I'm super annoying like that. I wanted to watch this film years ago, but I really really really really really (is that enough reallys?) wanted to read the book yet. It slipped me… Continue reading #BookReview Winter’s Bone by Daniel Woodrell