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RoomHate by Penelope Ward

Wow. Where to even begin with this book? First off, this was my first Penelope Ward read…but I can guarantee it will not be my last. RoomHate is the tale of Justin and Amelia, who were the very best of friends throughout childhood, but grew far apart after a misunderstanding coupled with teenage stubbornness. After […]

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Forgetting August – J. L. Berg

Oh. My. Freaking. Word. This was a book unlike any other I have ever read before. To be honest, my brain is absolutely reeling after finishing it—I can barely think apart from the story playing out in my head. The author is a genius for coming up with this storyline, and while there are a few […]

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S.O.B.

I’ll be honest with you: the idea of a stepbrother romance really wigged me out. I love J. C. Valentine’s books, though, so I decided to give it a chance. I’m really glad I did. This book is nothing like how I initially perceived it; the main characters never grew up together, they had a […]

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Sleepy Hollow: An Ingenius Retelling From Katrina’s Point of View

To be honest with you, I have very little knowledge of Washington Irving’s The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, other than that of the infamous Headless Horseman and the names Ichabod Crane and Katrina Van Tassel. I knew bits and pieces of the story, mostly from Tim Burton’s take on the story in the 1999 film Sleepy […]

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The Darkest Frost, Pt. 2

(Please keep in mind that this is the SEQUEL to The Darkest Frost, so if you haven’t read that, go BACK and READ IT NOW. Go ahead. I’ll wait…) Okay, did you read the first book? Good. Now grab a cup of coffee and settle in… 😉 Wow. After finishing the second (and final) installment […]

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The Nanny with the Skull Tattoos

For the most part, I enjoyed this book. The first half of it, I really liked, and then after that it just seemed to kind of snowball for me. The characters made some really dumb choices that didn’t make any sense to me (especially after claiming contempt of another character just a few pages before), […]

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