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BOOK REVIEW: Luck of the Draw

Luck of the Draw by Kate Clayborn Publication Date: July 2020 TW: death of a sibling/parent (prior to novel), grief, drug use/abuse, addition So this review is based on a reread I did, I read this one for the first time last year. I read all of Kate Clayborn’s books (plus her Christmas novella) in… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Luck of the Draw

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BLOG TOUR: Book Lovers Review

Book Lovers by Emily Henry Publication Date: May 3, 2022 TW:anxiety, death of a parent, grief CW: hospital visit This was one of my most anticipated releases of the year and it did not miss. I’ve gone into all of Emily Henry’s books with low expectations, Beach Read because I hadn’t read from her before,… Continue reading BLOG TOUR: Book Lovers Review

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BOOK REVIEW: What’s Not to Love

What's Not to Love by Emily Wibberley & Austin Siegemund-Broka Publication Date: April 20, 2021 I've just been posting reviews that I wrote a long time ago at this point. I read this book last year and never got around to posting it. What’s Not To Love is Wibrokka’s fourth YA novel. I loved their… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: What’s Not to Love

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BOOK REVIEW: Lease on Love

Lease on Love by Falon Ballard Publication Date: February 1, 2022 Plot: Sadie Green has spent the better part of her young adult life working towards a promotion. When she does not get it due to nepotism she reacts poorly and ends up getting fired. By chance she ends up meeting Jack, who offers her reduced… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Lease on Love

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BOOK REVIEW: The Roughest Draft

The Roughest Draft by Emily Wibberley & Austin Siegemund-Broka "Wibbroka" Publication Date: January 25, 2022 (This week!) You can order a signed copy and check out a free virtual event (on January 29, 3pm) here. If possible, try to support the store hosting the event. We are big Wibbroka fans on this blog. We were lucky… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Roughest Draft

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BOOK REVIEW: Yes & I Love You

Yes & I Love You (Say Everything #1) by Roni Loren Publication Date: March 2, 2021 TW: social anxiety, anxiety, suicidal thoughts (mentioned), traumatic childhood CW: harry potter mentions This is a leftover review from 2021 as I have not finished any reviews from books I've read this year. I had no idea what to expect… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Yes & I Love You

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MINI REVIEWS: Historical Romances [part 6]

These are some more historical romance reviews from last year that I never posted. Also, this one is a bit longer than my mini reviews as I wanted to include the rest of the historicals I read last year.  It's also exciting because the lowest rated book in this wrap up is a 3.5/5 stars… Continue reading MINI REVIEWS: Historical Romances [part 6]

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READING CHALLENGE: Taylor Swift Readathon – Wrap Up

This has been a month of TAYLOR SWIFT which is my favorite type of month. November? More like November (Taylor's Version).  This is my wrap up for the Taylor Swift Readathn Mariareadsbooksalot (on Instagram) hosted. See my TBR for this readathon here!  I DID NOT stick to my TBR (is anyone surprised bc I sure am not).… Continue reading READING CHALLENGE: Taylor Swift Readathon – Wrap Up



Long Shot (Hoops #1) by Kennedy Ryan Publication Date: March 20, 2018 TW: MAJOR TRIGGERS for abusive relationship, rape, gaslighting, violence from a partner, gun violence, past childhood abuse CW: pregnancy This is a backlist book & review! I wrote this review in 2020 and then never posted it...I don't even think I shared my thoughts… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Long Shot

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BOOK REVIEW: If the Shoe Fits

If the Shoe Fits by Julie Murphy Publication Date: August 3rd, 2021 TW: parental death (prior to novel; discussed), grief Since I love reality tv romance and have reviewed both One to Watch (review here) and The Charm Offensive (review here) on this blog I decided that I should also review If the Shoe Fits… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: If the Shoe Fits