Book Review – Miss You by Kate Eberlen

Book Review – Miss You by Kate Eberlen

MISS YOU is a story of missed connections about two people who are perfect for each other but never meet over the course of fifteen years. Tess and Gus first meet briefly in Florence as teenagers—she while on holiday with her best friend, Doll and he while on a trip with ...

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Audiobook Review – It Happens All the Time by Amy Hatvany

Audiobook Review – It Happens All the Time by Amy Hatvany

Amy Hatvany's IT HAPPENS ALL THE TIME is explores the emotional state of two best friends after one commits a horrendous violation of trust on the other. I was one of the millions of Americans who was outraged at the Brock Turner case that was all over the news last year. ...

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Audiobook Review – Gone Without a Trace by Mary Torjussen

Audiobook Review – Gone Without a Trace by Mary Torjussen

A woman comes home to find that her loving boyfriend has vanished, leaving absolutely no evidence of his existence. Hannah begins examining every clue and unraveling her past to find him and what she finds is the cold hard truth. What caused Hannah's boyfriend to leave ...

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Book Review – Every Little Thing by Samantha Young

Book Review – Every Little Thing by Samantha Young

Despite my issues with The One Real Thing, I wanted to read EVERY LITTLE THING because I really liked Bailey and Vaughn. Young created a decent backstory for this couple in first book and I couldn't wait to see where their relationship went, as it was seemingly full of ...

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Audiobook Review – Idaho by Emily Ruskovich

Audiobook Review – Idaho by Emily Ruskovich

Emily Ruskovich's IDAHO is haunting, atmospheric, and heartbreaking, yet manages to leave you wanting more of its beauty. Rarely does a book leave me with this persistent feeling of loss upon finishing, but Idaho did. Through beautiful prose, strong character development, ...

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Audiobook Review – All Our Wrong Todays by Elan Mastai

Audiobook Review – All Our Wrong Todays by Elan Mastai

ALL OUR WRONG TODAYS is compulsively readable and addictive. I enjoyed this book so much—think of it as a modern-day Back to the Future meets Taylor Jenkins Reid's Maybe in Another Life. Wonderful storytelling and compelling characters made this story completely ...

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Audiobook Review – Always by Sarah Jio

Audiobook Review – Always by Sarah Jio

Sarah Jio's ALWAYS is a second-chance romance and women's fiction hybrid that some may enjoy. Due to an abundance of plot holes, less-than-stellar writing, and melodrama galore, I far too many problems and I didn't like this book. Being as this is a women's fiction novel, ...

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Audiobook Review – The Mothers by Brit Bennett

Audiobook Review – The Mothers by Brit Bennett

What an amazing book! THE MOTHERS is a brilliant debut by an author that you need to keep your eyes on. Brit Bennett is wise beyond her years, with a gift of words that left me captivated by her prose. I can't recommend this book enough. How much do our mothers affect the ...

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Book Review – Beautiful by Christina Lauren

Book Review – Beautiful by Christina Lauren

BEAUTIFUL was such a fun send off to the whole Beautiful series gang. My absolute favorite couple, Hanna and Will, were prominent characters in this one and I just had a blast reading (and later listening) to Beautiful from beginning to end. Jensen and Pippa are the two ...

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Audiobook Review – What Light by Jay Asher

Audiobook Review – What Light by Jay Asher

Jay Asher's newest novel, WHAT LIGHT, offers a sweet romance about forgiveness and redemption with a charming premise, but it's not one that will be a literary holiday tradition for me. Every year, Sierra and her family travel from their hometown in Oregon to California ...

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