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READING CHALLENGE: ARC April

So, this isn't actually a thing (not like ARC August is, at least) but we wanted to challenge (*cough* motivate) ourselves since we always feel like we're behind on our ARC piles. Thus, we have decided to write TBRs for the ARCs we'd both like to finish this month! We are both terrible at sticking… Continue reading READING CHALLENGE: ARC April

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ROMANCE WEEK: Romance Recommendations II

It's no secret that we read our fair share of romance novels. Apparently, we've read (and loved) so many that we have enough for a second romance rec post! If you'd like to check out last year's recommendation post you can do that here. Red,White, Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston (review) What else can be… Continue reading ROMANCE WEEK: Romance Recommendations II

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ROMANCE WEEK: Books with Good Romances*

*that are not strictly romance novels. We love a good romantic subplot, so here are some of our favorite Non-romance book romances! Six of Crows Series by Leigh Bardugo Tree is a die hard Kanej shipper and it not emotionally prepared for their scenes in the book. But, the other couples in this book are… Continue reading ROMANCE WEEK: Books with Good Romances*

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ROMANCE WEEK: Couple Rip It or Ship It

Honestly, we have manipulated/altered the original Rip It or Ship It tag so many times. We just have so much fun coming with new twists and versions. So, this time instead of deciding if we ship a couple together, we're deciding if an established book couple would go on a randomly chosen date activity and… Continue reading ROMANCE WEEK: Couple Rip It or Ship It

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MINI REVIEWS: November & December 2019

This is my last set of mini reviews for 2019. I am not going to be doing another set of mini reviews based on month. I did it for all of 2019 and enjoyed doing it, but want to break up my reviews into categories. Ones I have planned so far are "books with less… Continue reading MINI REVIEWS: November & December 2019

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BLOGMAS DAY TWELVE: Our Top __ Reads of 2019

As we all know, figuring out our favorite books is quite a difficult process, but after much deliberation, we have each narrowed it down to about 10 books. So without further ado, here are our top 10 reads of 2019! (in no particular order) Bree: Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston The Bride… Continue reading BLOGMAS DAY TWELVE: Our Top __ Reads of 2019

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BLOGMAS DAY TEN: 2020 Releases We are Excited For

We know there are so many great books that are being released in 2020, but the ones listed below are the releases we’re most psyched about. So without further ado, here are our most anticipated releases. Both of Us: Well Played by Jen DeLuca, 2020 (no cover yet) Chain of Gold by Cassandra Clare, March… Continue reading BLOGMAS DAY TEN: 2020 Releases We are Excited For

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BLOGMAS DAY EIGHT: Two Books, One Stone Book Tag

This tag was originally created by Shawn The Book Maniac but we found it on My World of Books. And now, let’s get started … !!!! 1. The second-last book you read Bree: Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo Tree: The Accidental Beauty Queen by Terri Wilson 2. The second book from the top of your TBR Bree: What… Continue reading BLOGMAS DAY EIGHT: Two Books, One Stone Book Tag

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BOOK TAG: The Hamilton Book Tag

So I started writing up my answers to this post so long ago that I forgot whose blog I saw this on. Apparently it was created by Maureen Keavy on YouTube and honestly, I think I watched a couple of those videos when the tag was first going around. But, it is time to revisit… Continue reading BOOK TAG: The Hamilton Book Tag

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BOOK REVIEW: Bringing Down the Duke

Bringing Down the Duke by Evie Dunmore Publication Date: September 3rd, 2019 I was skeptical to pick this one up. Despite that fact that I have read a ton of romance this year, I tend to stick to contemporary romance and struggle with historical romance. I have tried a few historical romances and I just… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Bringing Down the Duke