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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What I’m Digging – Results May Vary by Bethany Chase

What I’m Digging – Results May Vary by Bethany Chase

What I'm Digging is a feature in which I share things I'm loving with you. This can range from jewelry to clothes to home decorations. Anything goes! Oh and there is always a book featured that I enjoyed! Affiliate Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. If you ...

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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 – Mists of the Serengeti by Leylah Attar

Book Review – Mists of the Serengeti by Leylah Attar

Leylah Attar's MISTS OF THE SERENGETI takes readers on a African adventure to a coffee farm in Tanzania and through the vast expanse of the Serengeti, introducing readers to Rodel and Jack and their quest to save children in danger. Leylah Attar's ability to bring readers ...

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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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What I’m Digging – Before I Go by Colleen Oakley

What I’m Digging – Before I Go by Colleen Oakley

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Q&A w/ Allison Morgan + Giveaway

Q&A w/ Allison Morgan + Giveaway

You guys!! I have Allison Morgan on the blog today, author of one of my favorite fun romances of 2016, CAN I SEE YOU AGAIN! (Read my Review) If you haven't read this book, I highly recommend that you do. It's sweet, romantic, funny, and will leave you with a huge smile on ...

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Q&A + Giveaway – Results May Vary by Bethany Chase

Q&A + Giveaway – Results May Vary by Bethany Chase

I am so freaking excited to have Bethany Chase on the blog today! Her recent release, RESULTS MAY VARY, released in August and I really loved it (Read my review)! It was addictive, emotional, and so well-written; I simply could NOT put it down. I'm all about sharing the ...

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