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BOOK REVIEW: Strange the Dreamer

Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor So, let me start off with this. When I was younger, I loved the Faeries of Dreamdark series. I was so sad to discover that the author stopped writing them after just two books. Anyways, fast-forward to about a week before I read this book. I finally made the… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Strange the Dreamer

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BOOK REVIEW: Daisy Jones & The Six

Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo was my favorite book of 2018. So when I saw that Taylor Jenkins Reid had a new book coming out, I was hyped. When NetGalley approved me for an eARC I almost passed out.  Okay. This book was insane. I… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Daisy Jones & The Six

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BOOK REVIEW: Always Never Yours

Always Never Yours Review by Emily Wibberley & Austin Siegemund-Broka I shouldn’t be writing a review for this. I mean I read it for the first time months ago, but I recently reread it and I just needed to talk about it. Bree and I both love this book so much, it made both of… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Always Never Yours

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GUIDE TO: Yallwest

2019 Dates: May 3 - 4, 2019 Location: Santa Monica High School in Santa Monica, California Link to Site: YALLWEST What is Yallwest? Yallwest is a book festival located in Santa Monica High School. Publishers and authors from all over come together for various author signings, panels, and general bookish events. It is an event geared toward… Continue reading GUIDE TO: Yallwest

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MINI REVIEWS: November & December

I did one of these posts for September & October and liked the format. I am too lazy to write full length reviews for all the books I read and to be honest just don't want to talk about some of them. Here are a few of the books I read at the end of… Continue reading MINI REVIEWS: November & December

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ABOUT US: Top Five Book Boyfriends

Every avid reader knows the pain of falling in love with in an imaginary world, but what about when your book perfectly captures the idea of your ideal guy? So, in tribute to all the perfect literature guys out there, here are each of our top 5 book boyfriends. Disclaimer: We are assuming their ages… Continue reading ABOUT US: Top Five Book Boyfriends

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BOOK TAG: Rip It or Ship It Book Tag (Romance Edition)

We really enjoyed doing the Rip It or Ship It Book Tag back in December, so we thought we would bring it back, but with a little twist this time. In the spirit of Valentine's Day, the characters we picked are all from romance novels. Welcome to Rip It or Ship It: Romance Edition [Here's… Continue reading BOOK TAG: Rip It or Ship It Book Tag (Romance Edition)

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BOOK TAG: The Relationshipper Book Tag

THE RULES: Answer the eleven questions provided by the blogger who tagged you Come up with eleven new questions of your own! Tag 5 new bloggers! Mention the blogger who tagged you and have fun!! We were not tagged, but wanted a fun Valentine's Day type of tag to do. We tag anyone who wants… Continue reading BOOK TAG: The Relationshipper Book Tag

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BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS: Our Favorite Romance Novels

In the past year or so we have started reading more romance novels. We also tend to agree on which are our faves. Not only are the following exceptional romance novels, but they are also really good books too. If you are interested in starting to read more romance we would highly recommend checking out… Continue reading BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS: Our Favorite Romance Novels

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BOOK REVIEW: Three Little Words + Brief Series Review

Three Little Words by Jenny Holiday  Book Three in the “Bridesmaids Behaving Badly” Series  CW: Discussion of eating disorders  This is the third and final full length novel in this series. I learned about this series via the Ripped Bodice’s twitter when they were promoting the first book. If you love romance novels, or even… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Three Little Words + Brief Series Review