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The Prisoner and the Writer | Heather Camlot and Sophie Casson | Book Review

The Prisoner and the Writer is a new middle grade graphic novel written by Heather Camlot and illustrated by Sophie Casson. It is a story of bias and prejudice within the French political history. The main character is a man (Captain Alfred Dreyfus) who is falsely accused to treason to his country and who isContinue reading “The Prisoner and the Writer | Heather Camlot and Sophie Casson | Book Review”

Every Shade Of Happy | Phyllida Shrimpton | Book Review

Every Shade of Happy is a heartwarming story about independence and familial relationships. The main character Algernon is 97 years old, lives alone with his cat who he aptly named Cat, and is very set in his routine. He is a widow with one daughter Helene whom he has an estranged relationship with. When HeleneContinue reading “Every Shade Of Happy | Phyllida Shrimpton | Book Review”

The Wedding Crasher | Mia Sosa | Book Review

The Wedding Crasher is the companion romance to The Worst Best Man by Mia Sosa. It features Dean, who is the best friend of Max from the previous book; and Solange, who is hired to help with Dean’s wedding. Everything thing is all set, ready to go until Solange overheard the bride having a privateContinue reading “The Wedding Crasher | Mia Sosa | Book Review”

The Grump Who Stole Summer | Ella Fields | Audiobook Review

Why I listen to The Grump Who Stole Summer? The Grump Who Stole Summer caught my eye on Netgalley with its promise of second chance romance. It also sounded very amgsty which is what I was in the mood for at the time that I requested it. Personally, I have to be in a certainContinue reading “The Grump Who Stole Summer | Ella Fields | Audiobook Review”

The Best Is Yet To Come | Debbie Macomber | Book Review

If you have ever read a Debbie Macomber story, you know that there is usually a certain pattern followed. Her newest The Best Is Yet To Come is no exception. In this one, two characters are unexpectedly brought together and help each other heal. Both characters have been wounded but, find an undeniable pull whenContinue reading “The Best Is Yet To Come | Debbie Macomber | Book Review”

Mark My Words | Muhammad Khan | Book Review

Mark My Words is a face paced read which shines a strong light on social inequality within the privileged grammar school. Previously there were two schools in Enley – Minerva (the privileged private grammer school) and Bodley (the more racially diverse public school). Bodley is located in a more run-down part of town. When theContinue reading “Mark My Words | Muhammad Khan | Book Review”

A Show For Two | Tashie Bhuiyan | Book Review

I’ll be honest, I’ve been siting on writing this review for A Show For Two. I had alot of mixed feelings with this one. The enemies to lovers romance was so good! Unfortunately, the other elements within the story left me feeling unsettled. When Mina and Emmit first met, they immediately clash. In fact, MinaContinue reading “A Show For Two | Tashie Bhuiyan | Book Review”

When You Call My Name | Tucker Shaw | Book Review

When You Call My Name honestly broke me and slowly tried to put me together again. This is a beautiful beautiful story. It is set during the 1980s and 1990s and is centered around the HIV/AIDS epidemic. No book with this as it’s central premise is going to be happy but, this one has somehowContinue reading “When You Call My Name | Tucker Shaw | Book Review”

Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Were Never Supposed To Be | Marissa R. Moss | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to Her Country? Growing up, I was always listening to country music. Honestly, I feel pretty fortunate to have grown up in the era of Trisha Yearwood, Faith Hill, Martina McBride, and Shania Twain. And that is just naming a few artists from that time. We were also lucky to listenContinue reading “Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Were Never Supposed To Be | Marissa R. Moss | Audiobook Review”

Partner Track | Cat Wynn | Book Review

Partner Track is a debut novel by Cat Wynn and it is spicy, spicy, spicy! Perdie Stone is an attorney awaiting a partnership at a Charleston law firm. When she is first introduced, she is leading a case in a courtroom and completely dominating. When she finds herself stranded due to a storm, she alsoContinue reading “Partner Track | Cat Wynn | Book Review”

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A. A. MacConnell

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