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Ninja Girl by Cookie O’Gorman review

When I first read Adorkable, I got hooked. So seeing as Ash from Adorkable will be here in Ninja Girl also, of course I got baited to read it. And I am so glad I did. This book made me … Continue reading

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Stay by Emily Evans review

“You said you don’t want to look at me across a family table if we break up.” “I don’t want to look over at you at the same table and think we didn’t even try.” I’ve read several Emily Evans … Continue reading

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Fake Marriage to a Baller by Aria Scott review

Sports Romance? Check. Football? Check. Famous player? Check Bad boy? Check Small town girl?  Check Pretend / fake relationships? Check.  It had all the elements and factors I mostly look for in a book that I place on my priority … Continue reading

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The Sheriff’s Christmas Twins by Karen Kirst review

Now that I have finished the book, I looked into the author and found out it wasn’t the first in the series.  I loved this book so much that I am most likely going to read the previous book in … Continue reading

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Sidebarred by Emma Chase review

Jake may probably be one of my most favorite characters in any book to date! And I am so glad he is getting this novella for a full-on epilogue. Our characters have come so far since Sustained, and this novella … Continue reading

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Adorkable by Cookie O’Gorman review

This book had a lot of factors I look for in a plot. The best friend with a secret crush, the school’s or town’s golden boy, the “pretend relationship” element, and a bit of sports. I guess I am a … Continue reading

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The Bachelor Auction by Rachel Van Dyken review

Brock has always been a “Yes-man” when it comes to hid grandfather’s wishes.  But now that he has a shot of being truly happy and found love, will he finally learn how to say ‘no’ to his grandfather?  Rachel Van … Continue reading

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Royally Lost by Angie Stanton review

Royally Lost by Angie Stanton If you have a parent/ parents who demand a lot from you and you always don’t see eye to eye, you might relate to this book. In life, people usually expect something from us. As … Continue reading

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