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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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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

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BOOK REVIEW: The Soulmate Equation

The Soulmate Equation by Christina Lauren Publication Date: May 18, 2021 Synopsis: Jess is a single mom that has not prioritized dating in anyway. She is a freelancer and has to focus on her job. Her best friend is a romance novelist and learns about a new dating app (site?) that will take your DNA… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Soulmate Equation

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MINI REVIEWS: Historical Romances [part 2]

I won't go through my history with historical romance novels, but if you missed part one, and are curious, check it out here.  During this pandemic, I've found myself reaching for historical romances way more than every before. I've also been enjoying them way more than before. It does not help that Bridgerton on Netflix… Continue reading MINI REVIEWS: Historical Romances [part 2]

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SERIES REVIEW: Bridgerton by Julia Quinn

So Bridgerton has taken over the world huh? I first heard about this adaptation a hot second ago when I watched a panel with a variety of romance authors. I was watching for our fave Mariana Zapata (romance readers, read her books) and Julia Quinn was also on the panel. I knew nothing about her… Continue reading SERIES REVIEW: Bridgerton by Julia Quinn

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BOOK REVIEW: Act Your Age, Eve Brown

Act Your Age, Eve Brown (The Brown Sisters #3) by Talia Hibbert Publication Date: March 9, 2021 This is the third and final Brown sister novel (a moment of silence) and this series is just so good!! Book two is my favorite of the three (review), but dang this one was so much fun and… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Act Your Age, Eve Brown

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BOOK REVIEW: Float Plan

Float Plan by Trish Doller Publication Date: March 2, 2020 TW: suicide, self harm, depression This novel follows Anna whose fiancé, Ben, died by suicide 10 months before the start of the novel. One day she gets a calendar alert that they were supposed to leave on a sailing around the world trip that day… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Float Plan

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BOOK REVIEW: The Dutch House

The Dutch House by Ann PatchettPublication Date: February 24, 2019  This review is going to be rambly and hopefully make some sort of sense, because I have not figured out how to talk about this book in a way that would actually make anyone want to read it.  As a little background, I wasn’t the… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Dutch House

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BLOG TOUR: Honey Girl [Excerpt]

Honey Girl by Morgan Rogers Publication Date: February 23rd, 2021 Synopsis: HONEY GIRL (Park Row Books; February 23, 2021; $17.99) by Morgan Rogers is a stunning #ownvoices debut, a charming, lyrical, and introspective romantic coming-of-age story about Grace Porter – millennial, Black woman, astronomy Ph.D. – who wakes up after a wild night in Vegas… Continue reading BLOG TOUR: Honey Girl [Excerpt]

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ROMANCE WEEK: Ever After Always Review

Ever After Always (Bergman Brothers #3) Publication Date: January 12, 2020 The Bergman Brothers Series is so good! I did a mini review for book one here and never got around to reviewing book two, even though I think it is my fave (so far) of the series. I highly recommend this series if you… Continue reading ROMANCE WEEK: Ever After Always Review