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Book Review: The Hating Game by Sally Thorne

  I don't read a lot of romance, but I am a lush for a hate to love romantic comedy. If that's your style, you will love The Hating Game. This book had me laughing out loud and swooning over Joshua Templeman. Although I can see why he may be problematic for some (he's a… Continue reading Book Review: The Hating Game by Sally Thorne

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Book Review: The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw

A perfect read for my honeymoon in Mexico. The Wicked Deep was one of the most beautiful and whimsical novels I've ever had the pleasure of reading. It has definitely secured its spot as my favorite of 2018 thus far. It's hard not to enjoy Shea Ernshaw's writing style. She has a way of giving… Continue reading Book Review: The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw

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Book Review: The Astonishing Color of After by Emily X.R. Pan

First of all, this was 100% a cover buy for me. And I don't regret it. In the Astonishing Color of After, sixteen year old Leigh is dealing with the aftermath of her mother's suicide. Although her mother suffered from depression for many years, Leigh believed strongly that she would get through it. Leigh becomes… Continue reading Book Review: The Astonishing Color of After by Emily X.R. Pan

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Book Review – Undead Girl Gang by Lily Anderson

It's been a minute since a book made me LOL like Undead Girl Gang. Seriously, the humor, witchyness and gorgeous cover made this one of my favorites of 2018 so far. Mila's friend Riley ends up dying in what everyone says is a suicide, but she doesn't believe that for a second. Riley was a… Continue reading Book Review – Undead Girl Gang by Lily Anderson

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Book Review: A Well-Behaved Woman: A Novel of Alva Vanderbilt by Therese Ann Fowler

    “What is it that drives some men to such poor behavior? We accept their behavior because of what would happen if we didn’t”. After I read Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald, I knew I had to read more of Therese Fowler’s work. I have a huge fascination with the gilded age/jazz era,… Continue reading Book Review: A Well-Behaved Woman: A Novel of Alva Vanderbilt by Therese Ann Fowler

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Review: A Court of Frost and Starlight by Sarah J Maas

  Well, it's been over a week since I've finished ACOFAS and I still don't really know how I feel about it. I got into the first book, ACOTAR, reluctantly since I've never been into fantasy. Surprisingly, I loved everything about it. It actually sparked a new love for fantasy that I thought would NEVER… Continue reading Review: A Court of Frost and Starlight by Sarah J Maas

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Book Review – Circe by Madeline Miller

Once in awhile, a book comes along that I know I must have immediately. I've known about Circe by Madeline Miller for quite awhile. I even had the release date written in my work planner, that's how excited I was for it! I could not wait to completely immerse myself in the world of the… Continue reading Book Review – Circe by Madeline Miller

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Reading Game of Thrones AFTER Watching the Show and Why I Hate Re-reading

I had a bit of a late start to the Game of Thrones TV show. I started to watch when season five was already out, quickly becoming addicted and in desperate need of more Jon Snow. I'm not sure I've ever been more entranced by a show. Every character had major flaws (some more than… Continue reading Reading Game of Thrones AFTER Watching the Show and Why I Hate Re-reading

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Book Review: Reign of The Fallen by Sarah Glenn Marsh

Necromancers are highly regarded in Karthia, a place where change is disregarded and the dead walk among the living. They are the only ones that can safely travel to the Deadlands, where spirits reside until the move on to who knows where. Odessa is affectionately called “Sparrow” since she is the best at finding her… Continue reading Book Review: Reign of The Fallen by Sarah Glenn Marsh