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REVIEW | The Avant-Guards, Vol. 1 by Carly Usdin and Noah Hayes (Illustrator)

I kept passing on this book because I wasn’t sure I was going to like it, but finally, I decided to give it a chance. The storyline, albeit obviously geared toward younger readers, was enjoyable and there were some super cute and funny lines that had me chuckling. I absolutely love the illustrations and the […]

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REVIEW | Ugly Truths by Blake Blessing

  I’m extremely sleep deprived and it’s all Blake Blessing‘s fault. Ha. Just kidding 😉 But I did spend a couple nights staying up way too late to read this book. (And before I lose my book blogging cred, I can easily polish off a book in a day, but I don’t always have the […]

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REVIEW: Deadly Deception by JC Valentine

JC freakin’ Valentine, everybody. Slow. Effing. Clap. So, first of all, I wouldn’t necessarily call this a “romance.” I would call it a thriller with romantic elements. That’s just my opinion and I’m honestly splitting hairs, lol. So, don’t let that keep you from reading this book because trust me, it’s an incredibly well-written story. […]

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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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Lament – Lynsey M. Stewart

This was my first read by Lynsey M. Stewart. I tend to enjoy angst-filled stories, so I was immediately drawn to the blurb when I read it. In this story, we have two completely different people dealing with their personal grief in vastly different ways. Honestly, these two individuals couldn’t be any more different if […]

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Wolf Hunted – Sadie Moss

Ugh. Sadie Freaking Moss has done it again. Alexis has been in and out of hospitals all her life, diagnosed with an incredibly rare and life-threatening disease. When four extremely attractive but dangerous men–who just so happen to be wolf shifters–barge into her life, guns drawn, and tell her that her entire life has been […]

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Sincerely Yours – Lizzie Fox

** This is a review for the book Infamous, part of the Infamous series, by Lizzie Fox. Even though this was before the author rebranded/retitled the story, everything on the inside is the same.   This book … wow. It was such a good read. Between the heart, the complete badassery that is Evan Michaels, and the […]

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Dark Days: Semester Two – Liz Meldon

I loved the first book in this duet and I have been eagerly awaiting the sequel since I had finished it. I adore Ms. Meldon’s writing style, and she takes great care to breathe life into her characters, making you feel like they’re real people and not just words on a page. Emma and Calder […]

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Never Touched – Laney Wylde

Wow. This book was, in a word, intense. Luckily–or perhaps unluckily if you find me to be long-winded lol–I have a lot more than one word to say about it. To begin, Sawyer has been put through hell in her short life. She’s been abused, used, and betrayed by people she should have been able […]

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The Reverse Play – Julia Clarke

It’s no secret that I love Julia Clarke. She’s one of those authors that I’ll read just because I know she wrote it. In fact, her last book, Time of Enchantment, was one of my favorite reads of 2018 (also one of my favorite reads of last year was the final book in her Stardust […]

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