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Looks Good On Paper | Kilby Blades | Book Review

Looks Good On Paper is such a sweet contemporary romance. I was hooked right from the beginning. Of course that might be because I’m a sucker for romances that start out as two strangers connecting over a shared passion. In this case it is pen pals Zuri and Nico. Zuri is an American who signedContinue reading “Looks Good On Paper | Kilby Blades | 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”

Aces Wild: A Heist | Amanda Dewitt | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to Aces Wild: A Heist? I came across Aces Wild: A Heist on Netgalley and was immediately intrigued. A complete cast of asexual characters who are meeting for the first time in Las Vegas? Plus, there may be some sort of heist involved? Count me in! What’s the story here? GamblingContinue reading “Aces Wild: A Heist | Amanda Dewitt | Audiobook 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”

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”

A Line In The Sand | Teri Wilson | Book Review

A Line In The Sand is the second book in the Turtle Beach series. It starts out with a bang when mermaid Molly Prince saves marine biologist Max Miller. Molly isn’t really a mermaid but, she pretends to be one for her job at the local marine museum. This is the same museum that MaxContinue reading “A Line In The Sand | Teri Wilson | Book Review”

A Spot Of Trouble | Teri Wilson | Book Review

A Spot of Trouble is the first book in Teri Wilson’s new series that is set in Turtle Beach. Turtle Beach is a small beach town with a set of colorful characters. Fire Deputy Sam Nash quickly learns this when he moves to the area and encounters Violet March. Violet owns the only Dalmatian inContinue reading “A Spot Of Trouble | Teri Wilson | Book Review”

Too Hot To Touch | Katy James | Book Review

Too Hot To Touch is the second book in the Firebird series by Katy James. I was so excited to get back into the world of Shady Hill. This time the romance centers around rising hockey superstar Tyler Valentine and PhD student teacher Murray Silva. It took my brain a bit before it got usedContinue reading “Too Hot To Touch | Katy James | Book Review”

Too Much Man | Katy James | Book Review

Too Much Man is the first book in the Firebirds series. It follows injured hockey player Gavin and coffee shop owner Piper. Their initial meeting is pretty rough as Gavin insults the coffee from the coffee shop. Of course, that is the first time he has ever had cup of coffee but regardless he insultsContinue reading “Too Much Man | Katy James | Book Review”

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