Book Review – Alex, Approximately by Jenn Bennett

Book Review – Alex, Approximately by Jenn Bennett

ALEX, APPROXIMATELY is an adorably cute and funny young adult romance. If you're looking for a young adult romance to read that will transport you right into summer that has a cute and witty boy, a lot of kissing, and a story about online friends meeting in real life then ...

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Book Review – The Perfect Stranger by Megan Miranda

Book Review – The Perfect Stranger by Megan Miranda

Megan Miranda's All the Missing Girls was one of my favorite books of 2016. While Girls wasn't her first novel, it was the first of hers that I had read. When I so completely enjoy an author's work it can be a little nerve-wrecking to pick up their next one. With THE PERFECT ...

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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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Book Review – Close Enough to Touch by Colleen Oakley

Book Review – Close Enough to Touch by Colleen Oakley

Do you think you could go more than twenty years without touching another person? Without feeling the simplest display of comfort, a consolation, a hug, a brushed kiss on the forehead? "One time, a boy kissed me and I almost died." Due to a rare genetic mutation, Jubilee ...

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Book Review – Everything You Want Me To Be by Mindy Mejia

Book Review – Everything You Want Me To Be by Mindy Mejia

"Ordinary men commit extraordinary evil all the time." EVERYTHING YOU WANT ME TO BE is in all sense of the word a page-turner. I couldn't put this book down. If it wasn't for work and personal obligations, I would have read this book from start to finish without eating. ...

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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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Book Review – The Vanishing Year by Kate Moretti

Book Review – The Vanishing Year by Kate Moretti

The Vanishing Year called to me after reading its intriguing synopsis about a woman running from her past into the arms of a prominent member of Manhattan's elite. While I will admit that Moretti's story had me glued to the pages to find out what happened, the multiple plot ...

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Book Review – My Last Continent by Midge Raymond

Book Review – My Last Continent by Midge Raymond

Midge Raymond's debut, My Last Continent, is an ode to Antarctica with a unique and emotional love story. Raymond's rich and descriptive narrative, while at times overly used, takes readers on a harrowing journey to a land rarely traveled. Deb has dedicated her life to ...

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Book Review – All The Missing Girls by Megan Miranda

Book Review – All The Missing Girls by Megan Miranda

Quietly suspenseful with an ending that left me glued to the page, All the Missing Girls was an absolute hit for me. The draw of this book is its non-linear narrative, a mystery told in reverse, a countdown to the beginning. I didn't know how it was going to work, but Megan ...

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Book Review – One True Loves by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Book Review – One True Loves by Taylor Jenkins Reid

As much as I have enjoyed Reid's previous novels, One True Loves missed the mark. Despite having ample opportunity to take the reader on an emotional journey, exploring the depths of the situation, the novel only explored the surface of its potential and carried too much ...

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