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No Better Man by Sara Richardson – Book Review

Book Review Sara Richardson has been one of my go-to romance authors for quite some time. I stumbled upon her books through a giveaway, and ever since I have been a loyal reader. It's hard not to love an author who writes romance series with friendship, happiness, loyalty, and true love. The happily ever after… Continue reading No Better Man by Sara Richardson – Book Review

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Miranda Writes by Gail Ward Olmsted – Book Review

The Book Review Miranda Writes by Gail Ward Olmsted is a fast-paced, fun novel that brings a love of crime and justice into a dramatic world. Love The Rookie, FBI, Rookie Blue, Chicago PD, and those other fantastic television series you can find on one of your many streaming services? Miranda Writes gives the fun… Continue reading Miranda Writes by Gail Ward Olmsted – Book Review

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I Hate Nate by Melanie Ting -Book Review

The Book Review What more can a Canadian girl ask for? I Hate Nate by Melanie Ting is a delightful romance following a hockey player with a type, and a girl who is determined to get her life in order. I've been quietly loving Melanie Ting for quite some time (okay, maybe not exactly "quietly"… Continue reading I Hate Nate by Melanie Ting -Book Review

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The Color of Your Voice by Daniel Newwyn

Book Review The Color of Your Voice by Daniel Newwyn is a lovely read with mature themes. This book is romantic, but not in the super romance/erotica kind of way. It's a story that follows the lives of two people who have had very tough lives, and we watch as their lives intertwine and make… Continue reading The Color of Your Voice by Daniel Newwyn

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The Raven by Kate Robbins – Book Review

Book Review There are few things I enjoy more in this world than a great book, and lucky for me The Raven by Kate Robbins is a fantastic book! I'm fortunate to have had the opportunity to connect with the author, Kate Robbins, and read her Spirits of the Norse book. This is one of… Continue reading The Raven by Kate Robbins – Book Review

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I’m Not Your Manic Pixie Dream Girl by Gretchen McNeil – Book Review

The Book Review I'm Not Your Manic Pixie Dream Girl by Gretchen McNeil brings back those old glamorous teen rom-coms to mind, like Mean Girls, John Tucker Must Die, She's the Man, and Easy A. I'm honestly surprised this book isn't super popular! I found this YA brought back to many of the 2000s vibes… Continue reading I’m Not Your Manic Pixie Dream Girl by Gretchen McNeil – Book Review

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The Gods of Women Have Gone Mad by Wole Akosile – Book Review

The Book Review The Gods of Women Have Gone Mad by Wole Akosile is a unique take on feminism and how cruel the world can be. This horrific story sees many women through genital mutilation and the adversity of women go through. It's sad and scary, but it is something that still happens in this… Continue reading The Gods of Women Have Gone Mad by Wole Akosile – Book Review

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Every Summer After by Carley Fortune – Book Review

The Book Review Every Summer After by Carley Fortune is a wonderful journey across many summers following two star-crossed lovers. Persephone (who goes by Percy) and Sam met when they were kids. They were destined to be, with summers of childish fun turning into a heartfelt romance. Like most childhood sweethearts, things hit a bumpy… Continue reading Every Summer After by Carley Fortune – Book Review

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Once a Fallen Lady by Eve Pendle – Book Review

The Book Review Once a Fallen Lady by Eve Pendle is the historical romance book I have been patiently waiting for. I LOVE me some romance, and throw in a really good historical element and I am HOOKED. It's hard to find a historical romance that doesn't bring in a lot of politics from the… Continue reading Once a Fallen Lady by Eve Pendle – Book Review

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For This Life Only by Stacey Kade – Book Review

The Review Many years ago, Stacey Kade was an author I found refuge in. I was dealing with a lot in life - many hospital visits during my Dad's cancer treatments, high school (which alone is terrifying), my animals nearing old age, bullies, work, school, and all of the troubles of being a teenager trying… Continue reading For This Life Only by Stacey Kade – Book Review