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Angelika Frankeinstein Makes Her Match | Sally Thorne | Book Review

Angelika Frankenstein is the younger sister of scientist Victor Frankenstein. She has lived a some what sheltered life and has been unable to find a proper suitor. One ight when she is helping her bother gather the pieces for his next experiment, an idea forms that if she can’t find the perfect made perhaps sheContinue reading “Angelika Frankeinstein Makes Her Match | Sally Thorne | Book Review”

The Littlest Library | Poppy Alexander | Book Review

The Littlest Library follows thirty-two year old Jessica “Jess” Metcalfe as she moves to the small village of Middlemass finding new friends and adventure. There are a series of events that play a role in her decision to move. At the forefront though is the recent death of her grandmother who raised her since sheContinue reading “The Littlest Library | Poppy Alexander | Book Review”

Count Your Lucky Stars | Alexandria Bellefleur | Book Review

Count Your Lucky Stars is the third novel in the Written in the Stars series. I have really enjoyed reading these books and have become attached to the characters. And if I’m honest Margot has become my favorite character. I couldn’t wait for her to get her happily ever after! So much so that IContinue reading “Count Your Lucky Stars | Alexandria Bellefleur | Book Review”

The Good Girl’s Guide To Rakes | Eva Leigh | Book Review

The Good Girl’s Guide to Rakes is the first book in the new historical romance Last Chance Scoundrels series by Eva Leigh. This was my first experience with this author but, I know it will not be my last. This book was so addictive! It had everything that I love – strong characters, strong banter,Continue reading “The Good Girl’s Guide To Rakes | Eva Leigh | Book Review”

Holiday Ever After | Jill Shavis | Book Review

Holiday Ever After is an anthology of three holiday romances written by Jill Shavis. Apparently, these novellas included characters from her previous stories. I was not aware of this when I read them and now that I do, I never felt like I was missing something. These stories were sweet and provided the perfect amountContinue reading “Holiday Ever After | Jill Shavis | Book Review”

The Ex Hex | Erin Sterling | Book Review

The Ex Hex is the perfect Halloween read. It’s funny, sweet, and filled with magic. I’m so excited that it appears to be part of a series because I want to see these characters again. I have fallen for them and their small quirky town. The main character is a witch named Vivi, who remindsContinue reading “The Ex Hex | Erin Sterling | Book Review”

Hang The Moon | Alexandria Bellefleur | Book Review

Written in the Stars was one of my favorite reads of 2021 so I was very excited to dive back into that world with Hang The Moon. This time the focus is on Brandon and Annie – the brother and the best friend – and it is so swoon worthy! It has everything you couldContinue reading “Hang The Moon | Alexandria Bellefleur | Book Review”

Written In The Stars | Alexandria Bellefleur | Book Review

I picked up Written In The Stars by Alexandria Bellefleau at my local library because the cover caught my attention. Isn’t is pretty? And then I read the premise and had a feeling that I would quickly be hooked. It had two of my favorite things: opposites attract and psuedo-dating, and of course the factContinue reading “Written In The Stars | Alexandria Bellefleur | Book Review”

Take A Hint Dani Brown | Talia Hibbert | Book Review

Last year I read Get A Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert and loved it. So, when I found Take A Hint, Dani Brown at my local library, I jumped on the opportunity to read it. And I absolutely LOVED it! This book had some of my favorite things – a fake dating troupe, strongContinue reading “Take A Hint Dani Brown | Talia Hibbert | Book Review”

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