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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 Fallen: Princeborn Stolen by Jean Lee

Fallen Princeborn: Stolen by Jean Lee is a fabulous, fantastical, young adult novel that will keep you captivated! This folklore tale follows a young girl trying her best to escape from a horrible situation. Suddenly, she is thrust into a fantasy world of epic proportions! All this girl wants is for her and her sister… Continue reading #BookReview Fallen: Princeborn Stolen by Jean Lee

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#BookReview Encyclopedia of Insects by Jules Howard

I LOVE learning, so seeing this encyclopedia perked me right up! Sure, insects can be creepy and crawly, but I was down for learning some new stuff about everyone's "favourite" creatures! And I wasn't disappointed! Do keep in mind that this is not an exhaustive collection of bugs, but it is an excellent start for… Continue reading #BookReview Encyclopedia of Insects by Jules Howard

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#BookReview Love Comes for the Rock Star by Savannah Adams

Love Comes for the Rock Star is another fabulous addition to the Magnolia Grove romance series by Savannah Adams! This series is absolutely my guilty pleasure series. I sink into these books and am whisked away into a beautiful, romantic world. I couldn't put the book down and totally binged the whole thing, all the… Continue reading #BookReview Love Comes for the Rock Star by Savannah Adams

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#BookReview Barefoot Beach by Debbie Mason

Barefoot Beach by Debbie Mason is a lovely romance novel filled with suspense, a sexy firefighter and one headstrong female lead. I honestly wish I had read the full series before I got to this book. Even though it works as a stand alone, I felt like I wanted to know more of the background… Continue reading #BookReview Barefoot Beach by Debbie Mason

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#BookReview Gold Shadow by L.C. Perry

  Gold Shadow is an enchanting story full of contrasts. If I had to use metaphors to explain this book, I would use contrasting words - light and dark, the sun and the moon, soft and tough, etc. This story follows Ebony, a rough-around-the-edges type of girl who is apart of the rebellion, and Princess… Continue reading #BookReview Gold Shadow by L.C. Perry

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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 Throne of Grace by Cecily Wolf

Time for a quick book review!!   Throne of Grace is one of the only Christian romance novels I have read. I saw it was free on Amazon, and I decided I might as well pick up a different type of book. The book is sweet and simple, if I'm putting it lightly. The historical… Continue reading #BookReview Throne of Grace by Cecily Wolf

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#BookReview Saving the CEO by Jenny Holiday

Saving the CEO was an enchanting romance novel that I need more of in my life! This week has been busy and full of homework, work, assignments, tests and everything else that comes along with being a college student. When I finally finished my week, I wanted something nice, light and fun to read and… Continue reading #BookReview Saving the CEO by Jenny Holiday

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#BookReview The Winter Family by Clifford Jackman

The Winter Family by Clifford Jackman This book reminds me of Games of Thrones if it was set in a western setting. There's lots of death, and lots of interesting drama to keep you interested. I'm not crazy into westerns, but I love reading in different genres so I don't get bored reading the same… Continue reading #BookReview The Winter Family by Clifford Jackman