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REVIEW: Hart & Seoul by Kristen Burnham

Summary After a few months’ stint in Australia with her dad, Merrilee returns home just in time to see her neighbor’s nephew move in next door. After a rough first meeting, and betrayal at the hands of her closest friends, they begin to strike up somewhat of an odd friendship. Lee is mercurial, cocky, and […]

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REVIEW: Starfish – Lisa Becker

Review I have a huge soft spot for rock star romance. Add in a sexy nerd who also happens to be a very talented musician and I’m sold. The Hero Brad is one of the sexiest heroes I’ve had the pleasure of reading–he’s sweet, sensitive, passionate, talented, and he’s not afraid to show Marin just […]

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REVIEW: Pretty Lies – Blake Blessing

I’m a big fan of Blake Blessing’s writing (see my reviews for her previous works here, here, and here). While I will say I enjoyed her previous books a little more than this one, I still wasn’t disappointed in this story. Astrid is a little different from most heroines. She’s kind of shy, but she’s […]

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REVIEW: I Spy the Boy Next Door – Samantha Armstrong

This book really took me by surprise. There were things that bugged me a bit–which I’ll get to–but for the most part, I loved this story. I’ll start with the things that I was a bit annoyed by … Our heroine is homeschooled, and along with that came all the “homeschooled kid” stereotypes. She’s naive, […]

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Hot Love Inferno – Nicky Blue

Lol, okay. I’m not even sure how to go about reviewing this book. It was easily the craziest and most ridiculous story I’ve read, but I mean that in a good way because it was meant to be crazy and kind of ridiculous. I struggled at first to get into this story. It centers around […]

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Desperately Seeking Roommate – Micalea Smeltzer

This was absolute RomCom gold. I honestly can’t remember the last time I laughed so hard while reading a book. Lou is the most hysterical character I’ve ever had the pleasure of reading. The way her brain works and how she words things are hilarious. After Lou’s landlord passes away, his son takes over and […]

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Nocturnal – Wilder Poetry

This is going to be a shorter review than I normally write, but this book is no less wonderful than the others I review <3 I’m a sucker for poetry. There’s something so beautiful about reading the inspirational, lyrical prose that you can’t get from anything else. Poetry has always been a huge part of […]

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Skater Boy – Mary Catherine Gebhard

Uggghhhhh, this book. I read this book in a day. I couldn’t put it down. It was one of the best slow-burn romance stories I’ve ever read <3 Set in the 80s, this book revolves around Flip, one of the most famous skaters in the world, and Tweetie, a young woman determined to defy the […]

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Playing Defense – Julia Clarke

It’s no secret that my love for Julia Clarke and her writing runs deep. I’ve been a fan of hers for a couple of years now and her books keep getting better with each new release. To begin, if you’d like to know my thoughts on the first book in this series, then please check […]

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Stroked Eagle – Dawn Wright

This book … where to begin. Let me start by saying I enjoyed Arabella’s character. Despite the fact that a 28-year-old (or was it 27?) virgin is practically a unicorn nowadays, I kind of liked that she hadn’t had sex with anyone yet. While the reason she stays a virgin so long is mostly because […]

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