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

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 you can ...

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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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Book Review – Results May Vary by Bethany Chase

Book Review – Results May Vary by Bethany Chase

* I have an excerpt from Chapter 1 to share with you below my review. You'll want to know what happens next after you read it! Book Review: As I'm writing this review, I'm sitting here deep in my feelings. So I apologize in advance for my lack of eloquence (not that I ...

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Book Review – Can I See You Again? by Allison Morgan

Book Review – Can I See You Again? by Allison Morgan

Can I See You Again is the type of contemporary romance I've been looking for. Allison Morgan pens a sweet and cute romance with emotional depth that left me smiling until the very end. I just have one question for the author: Ms. Morgan, Can I See You Again? Bree is a ...

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Audiobook Review – Monsters: A Love Story by Liz Kay

Audiobook Review – Monsters: A Love Story by Liz Kay

Monsters: A Love Story was one of those books that I picked up on a whim and then couldn't stop reading/listening to it. Stacey and Tommy's relationship is explosive and destructive, funny and sweet all at the same time. While there were several moments where I felt ...

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Book Review – The Wedding Sisters by Jamie Brenner

Book Review – The Wedding Sisters by Jamie Brenner

Jamie Brenner's The Wedding Sisters is a contemporary family drama centering around the rocky road to three sisters' weddings and their mother's desperation to make it all happen without a hitch. This book was really fun to read. While the plot itself is a little ...

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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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