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MINI REVIEWS: Kindle Unlimited Reviews [part 4]

So in part three of my Kindle Unlimited Reviews I said and I quote, "My trial is over so y’all will never have to read another KU mini review/wrap up post from me again!!". I'm sorry for lying to y'all because here is PART FOUR of Kindle Unlimited Mini Reviews.  As a full disclosure, I… Continue reading MINI REVIEWS: Kindle Unlimited Reviews [part 4]

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BOOK TAG: Never Have I Ever Book Tag

We saw this tag a hot second ago on One Book More's page. See their post here. Rules: Link back to original creator – Madame Writer Link back to the person who tagged you or the blog where you first saw this tag Answer all prompts Add one more prompt of your own Tag at… Continue reading BOOK TAG: Never Have I Ever Book Tag

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BOOK REVIEW: We Can’t Keep Meeting Like This

We Can't Keep Meeting Like This by Rachel Lynn Solomon Publication Date: June 8, 2021 (TUESDAY!!) TW: anxiety, OCD, allergice reaction (minor), depression, strained relationships with parents Plot: Both Quinn Berkowitz and Tarek Mansour’s parents work in the wedding industry. The Berkowitzs plan them and the Mausours carter them. Quinn and Tarek have always been… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: We Can’t Keep Meeting Like This

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FAVORITE READS OF THE MONTH: May

May flew by so fast, that we are quite surprised to find ourselves at the threshold of June. No, really. Where did the month go??? We consume so many books in a month, that we don’t always get the chance to talk about all of our favorites. So, we’ve decide to set aside a monthly… Continue reading FAVORITE READS OF THE MONTH: May

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BOOK REVIEW: Hana Khan Carries On

Hana Khan Carries On by Uzma Jalaluddin Publication Date: April 13, 2021 This is apparently a “You’ve Got Mail” retelling? Or is inspired by the movie? I don’t know that movie bc I was a toddler when it came out and surprisingly my parents did not prioritize showing me romantic comedies when I was young.… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Hana Khan Carries On

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MINI REVIEWS: Historical Romances [part 3]

Hi I'm Tree and in 2021 all I want to read is historical romance. I'll be honest, in April I've really slowed down on my HR reading so these reviews are from a hot second ago, but I wanted to post them to be sort of caught up on reviews.  If you missed the first… Continue reading MINI REVIEWS: Historical Romances [part 3]

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BLOG TOUR: People We Meet On Vacation Review

People We Meet On Vacation by Emily HenryPublication Date: May 11, 2021TW: anxiety, slut shaming, forced kissing Last year I read and reviewed Emily Henry's Beach Reach (see my review here)and I loved it so much! I basically have been anticipating her next book since I read (and reread) that one so when I got a… Continue reading BLOG TOUR: People We Meet On Vacation Review

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BOOK REVIEW: Love at First

Love at First by Kate Clayborn Publication Date: February 23, 2021 TW: death of family members (pre novel), grief, traumatic childhood I read Love Lettering by Kate Clayborn at the end of January and loved it. I read it in one sitting and had so much fun with it. I also listen to the romance novel podcast, Fated Mated,… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Love at First

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FAVORITE READS OF THE MONTH: April

Happy May! We cannot believe it is almost summer! *cough* That just means it's almost time for all the summer/beach reads!! We consume so many books in a month, that we don’t always get the chance to talk about all of our favorites. So, we’ve decide to set aside a monthly post specifically for talking… Continue reading FAVORITE READS OF THE MONTH: April

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BOOK REVIEW: The Henna Wars

The Henna Wars by Adiba Jaigirdar Publication Date: May 1, 2020 TW: homophobia, racism, forced outing CW: religion, cultural appropriation, Harry Potter mentions Plot: Nishat just came out as a lesbian to her Bengali family and it did not go great. It does not help that a girl from her childhood moved back to town… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Henna Wars