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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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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

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ROMANCE WEEK: Romance Novels Written by Black Authors [recommendations]

It's not really a secret that the romance genre, is overwhelmingly white. This Guardian article is worth the read if you are unfamiliar with that claim. So, as avid romance readers, we try to read, support, and promote romance authors of color to show publishing that we love seeing diverse stories. Since it is Black… Continue reading ROMANCE WEEK: Romance Novels Written by Black Authors [recommendations]

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BOOK REVIEW: The Ex Talk

The Ex Talk by Rachel Lynn SolomonPublication Date: January 26, 2020 This novel follows Shay Goldstein who has been working in public radio for the past 10 years. She loves it and it was her saving grace when her dad died. However, when Dominic “I can’t stop name dropping my fancy master’s degree in journalism”… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Ex Talk

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BLOGMAS DAY ONE: Blogmas Announcement & End of the Year TBR

Happy Blogmas! We are not able to write enough blog posts to do the full 25 days of Blogmas, so instead we are doing The Ten Days of Blogmas! Check out all our past Blogmas posts here. Today we are sharing our end of the year TBRs. If you're new here, we are both big… Continue reading BLOGMAS DAY ONE: Blogmas Announcement & End of the Year TBR

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BOOK REVIEW: How to Fail at Flirting [Blog Tour]

How to Fail at Flirting by Denise WilliamsPublication Date: December 1, 2020 As a disclaimer, I read this one super quickly and was partly like in a haze for half of it, so maybe it is not as good as I am remembering, but I had such a fun time with this one that I… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: How to Fail at Flirting [Blog Tour]