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#BookReview School Ties by Tamsen Parker

Time for a little #throwbackthursday for my next February Valentine's Day special! This is one of my original reviews of an amazing book by Tamsen Parker. The structure and formatting is a little different because it's a flashback to what I thought might be a good look for my blog. I hope you enjoy the… Continue reading #BookReview School Ties by Tamsen Parker

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#BookReview Blood by Ruth Miranda

  Blood by Ruth Miranda is a paranormal novel full of thrills, suspense and mystery! Vampires? Fey? Visions? This book is hitting every notch on the fantastical belt of epicness! I truly found this book intriguing and couldn't put it down. It starts off as a character study, following Caius (also known as Chaos), who… Continue reading #BookReview Blood by Ruth Miranda

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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 Mountain Man’s Bride by Gary Corbin

  The Mountain Man's Bride was an excellent sequel that is a definite must read! I really like this series - it feels so simple and smooth, despite having epic plot lines. I'm able to easily get lost in Gary's words and feel like it's some epic crime television show playing in my head. Gary… Continue reading #BookReview The Mountain Man’s Bride by Gary Corbin

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Quick Book Review: Winning! A Guide to Games That Never Were by Brandon Barrows

Photo via Goodreads. This novel was a short, funny twist on gaming guides. Every game in this book does not exist, which makes this book quite amusing. It is explaining cheats and how to progress through these games that were never made. Clearly some of these stories were parodying certain games on the market today,… Continue reading Quick Book Review: Winning! A Guide to Games That Never Were by Brandon Barrows

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April Anthology Book Review: A Cup of Roses, Stories by 8 Writers by Fiona Gold Kroll

Photo via Goodreads. Book Review Book Title: A Cup of Roses, Stories by 8 Writers Book Author: Fiona Gold Kroll, Ruth Frankel-Graner, Gerda Frieberg, Carol Green, Sam Hoffer, Raizie Jacobson, David Rapoport, Jenny Roger. Introduction: I received this book for free through Goodreads First Reads. As per usual, I was having a particular type of… Continue reading April Anthology Book Review: A Cup of Roses, Stories by 8 Writers by Fiona Gold Kroll

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Book Review: Destinare by Matt Micros

Photo via Goodreads. Book Review: Book Title: Destinare Book Author: Matt Micros Introduction: I received this book for free through Goodreads First Reads. I decided to read this book since I was craving some quick, short reads and this book fit the bill! Synopsis: Everyone's lives are interconnected in some way. If we didn't make… Continue reading Book Review: Destinare by Matt Micros

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Quick Book Review: Finding Elizabeth by Taylor Fenner

Photo via Goodreads. Finding Elizabeth was a sweet, cute novel revolving around the idea that we are reincarnated, and true love conquers all. I found this novel to be quite cute! It was a very romanticizing novel, for all the true romantics at heart. While this novel does start out quite slow and boring at… Continue reading Quick Book Review: Finding Elizabeth by Taylor Fenner

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Domnall and the Borrowed Child by Sylvia Spruck Wrigley

Photo via Goodreads. Domnall and the Borrowed Child was a nice short story. This story seemed like it was based on a much larger work. I felt like there was a back story to these characters that I did not know about, although this did not affect the quality of the book. It was a… Continue reading Domnall and the Borrowed Child by Sylvia Spruck Wrigley

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Quick Book Review: Aeromancist: The Beginning (Seven Forbidden Arts #2) by Charmaine Pauls

Photo via Goodreads. Aeromancist, The Beginning is a prequel novel to the second book of the series. I would suggest not reading this novel if you haven't read the series because I was heavily confused. But, it was extremely great at the same time if you don't care about the back story of the characters.… Continue reading Quick Book Review: Aeromancist: The Beginning (Seven Forbidden Arts #2) by Charmaine Pauls