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Long-Lost Love by Victoria Grant – Book Review

Long-Lost Love is the fourth book in the wonderfully delightful Calderone Family Romance series by Victoria Grant. This series is one of my personal guilty pleasures. Say what you want about that term, but I absolutely love grabbing a Victoria Grant book, a cup of tea, a cozy blanket, and my cats so I can… Continue reading Long-Lost Love by Victoria Grant – Book Review

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#BookReview The Serpent by Kate Robbins

Let me be up front and honest: Historical fiction and historical romance are two genres that I can't always get into. It's hard to find someone who writes historical fiction in a compelling way that pulls me in and keeps me entertained. That's the reason why I don't jump into them too often. But then… Continue reading #BookReview The Serpent by Kate Robbins

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#BookReview Virgin River by Robyn Carr

I'm not gonna lie, I gave into the Netflix hype and decided I needed to read this series. And, funnily enough… These books ended up on my doorstep. No joke or lies! My neighbour came over with a bag full of romance books and plopped them down. She explained her and her friends were sharing… Continue reading #BookReview Virgin River by Robyn Carr

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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 Write To Love by Victoria Grant

The Calderone Family Romance series is peak drama and romance, so go figure that Write To Love kept the pace going and the romance hotter than ever. Casey and Noel are our leads - a mystery writer and one sexy businessman. Casey Dunlop is all of us nerdy little book people's dream (or reality) -… Continue reading #BookReview Write To Love by Victoria Grant

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#BookReview Stranded in Love by Victoria Grant

Being a bookworm is hard! There are thousands upon millions upon probably billions of books to read out there, and you always hope you find the magic mix of your reading style and the book. The Calderone Family Romance series is one of those series that just vibe with me. It's a fun, fast-paced romance… Continue reading #BookReview Stranded in Love by Victoria Grant

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#BookReview Christmas Camp by Jaren Schaler

Oooh, Christmas books! For the longest time I couldn't get into holiday books, but then the pandemic hit and suddenly I was in love with Hallmark movies, feel good content and Christmas romance novels! I couldn't get enough of them, but they were always hard to find on sale (or at any price other than… Continue reading #BookReview Christmas Camp by Jaren Schaler

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#BookReview No Cure For Love by Victoria Grant

Little known fact about me: I grew up watching soap operas. Two in particular: Coronation Street and General Hospital. My Dad was from England, so Coronation Street was basically law to watch. We couldn't miss an episode! My Mom liked General Hospital and got me into it, which I ended up watching every day after… Continue reading #BookReview No Cure For Love by Victoria Grant

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#BookReview Landscape of a Marriage by Gail Ward Olmsted

I stumbled upon Gail Ward Olmsted's books years ago, and ever since they've been a friendly hand to hold in my reading journey. Gail is incredible at writing a heart felt story with characters who feel real. It's a real talent that makes me adore reading anything she puts out. It's hard to find those… Continue reading #BookReview Landscape of a Marriage by Gail Ward Olmsted