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Josh and Gemma Make A Baby | Sarah Ready | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to Josh and Gemma Make A Baby? Josh and Gemma Make A Baby was available to listen on Netgalley and sounded like it would be a hilarious romantic comedy. It sounded like there was some history between these characters. This made me really curious and I wanted to see how thisContinue reading “Josh and Gemma Make A Baby | Sarah Ready | Audiobook Review”

In Search Of A Prince | Toni Shiloh | Book Review

Brielle Adebayo lives a relatively normal life as a civics teacher in a NYC public school. She’s content with her life and not seeing big changes. That is until her mom drops a bombshells that will forever alter the course of her life. It turns out that Brielle is actually a princess of the kingdomContinue reading “In Search Of A Prince | Toni Shiloh | Book Review”

Opposite of Always | Justin A. Reynolds | Book Review

The story of Opposite of Always truly begins at a college party where Jack King is trying to figure out how to finally make a move on his best friend Jillian. Before he gets the nerve, he meets college freshman Kate. He feels an immediate connection to her. She’s funny, quirky, and acts just asContinue reading “Opposite of Always | Justin A. Reynolds | Book Review”

Royal Valentine | Jenn McKinlay | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to Royal Valentine? Royal Valentine was available for request on Netgalley. I thought this would be the perfect story to listen to around Valentine’s Day. I loved the fact that there was a sense of secret romance between the main characters. It reminded me of some of the Hallmark movies thatContinue reading “Royal Valentine | Jenn McKinlay | Audiobook Review”

After Tupac and D Foster | Jacqueline Woodson | Book Review

After Tupac and D Foster is only 151 pages but they are 151 pages that are packed with a punch. It follows three young girls in Queens, NY who are trying to make sense of their world. They meet when they are eleven years old and bond immediately. They each come from different backgrounds butContinue reading “After Tupac and D Foster | Jacqueline Woodson | Book Review”

The Black Kids | Christina Hammonds Reed | Book Review

The Black Kids is set in 1992 shortly after Rodney King, a Black man, is beaten nearly to death by LAPD officers. There is a trail of these officers and they are acquitted of all the charges. It is not long before Los Angeles is filled with protests and roots. The idea of race isContinue reading “The Black Kids | Christina Hammonds Reed | Book Review”

What The Cat Dragged In | Kate McMurray | Book Review

What The Cat Dragged In is the second book in the Whitman Street Cat Cafe’ series. I had read the first one Like Cats And Dogs last summer and while I had mixed feelings about the main characters of that story, I had enjoyed the community that was formed. So when I saw the secondContinue reading “What The Cat Dragged In | Kate McMurray | Book Review”

Meet Me In The Margins | Melissa Ferguison | Book Review

In Meet Me In The Margins, Savanah Cade lives in Nashville and works as an editorial assistance at Pennington Publishing. Pennington Publishing is a small independent publishing house. Their focus is catering to the whims of the authors of high brow literature. Hugh brow is the only type of literature that is acceptable at PenningtonContinue reading “Meet Me In The Margins | Melissa Ferguison | Book Review”

How To Love Your Neighbor | Sophie Sullivan | Book Review

How To Love Your Neighbor is a fun enemies to lovers contemporary romance. Grace Travis is attending college for interior design and recently inherited her grandparents house. The house has been empty for about and is in need of some serious TLC. It also comes with a neighbor, Noah Jansen, who wants to buy herContinue reading “How To Love Your Neighbor | Sophie Sullivan | Book Review”

When You Get The Chance | Emma Lord | Audiobook Review

Why did I listen to When You Get The Chance by Emma Lord? When You Get The Chance sounded like a modern day Mamma Mia type story and I was here for that. It also sounded like an ode to Broadway which was definitely right up my alleyway. Broadway is one of my favorite places.Continue reading “When You Get The Chance | Emma Lord | Audiobook Review”

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