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Book Review: Exclusive by Melissa Brayden

Do you ever read something and just completely relate to it? That is how I felt during the conflict of this book. It isn’t reasonable or mature. But it is REAL. There isn’t anything I love more than gritty, vulnerable emotion. Speaking of relating. My

Book Review: Plain English by Rachel Spangler

‘Plain English’ is book three in the ‘Full English’ series. I loved all of the installments and highly recommend reading from the beginning if you haven’t already. Claire has moved from Amberwick to London so that she can paint and sell her artwork in the

Book Review: Love Where You Work by Anna Pulley

Clare is a buttoned-up human resources manager for an online dating website. She is all work and no play. She can’t understand how her mother has moved on so quickly after her father’s passing and traveling all over. Julia is a stylish, seemingly care-free employee

Book Review: No Rings Attached by Rachel Lacey

‘No Rings Attached’ is the second book in the Ms. Right series. In book one, we played witness to Rose falling in love with a lesbian book author, Jane, who just happened to also be her bookstore’s landlord that was evicting her. In this second

Book Review: No Strings by Lucy Bexley

Fangley is a popular little puppet vampire that brings in high ratings for Haelstrom Media. His mommy, Elsie, isn’t compensated nearly enough for creating the children’s show Fangley Heights. She has is trying to renegotiate her contract to represent what she deserves but the suits

Book Review: Lost in Love by Emily Banting

Anna is a 30-something researcher that has had to upend her life to move back to her small English hometown to take care of her ailing father. She has no trust of doctors after her experience with them when her mother was dying. So it

Book Review: Beginner’s Bet by Fiona Riley

I loved this book. Will be adding this to my list of favorites. This series progressively got better with each of the three stories. You can read the one stand-a-lone but you would miss the opportunity of getting to know all of the wonderful characters

Book Review: The Headmistress by Milena McKay

“…you and I both know I could pull off Miranda Priestly just fine.” That just about sums up the character of Magdalene Nox. From the mouth of Magdalene Nox. Sam Threadneedle, is a do-good math teacher at Three Dragons, a private all girls school. She

Book Review: You’ll Be Fine by Jen Michalski

Michalski’s own words fairly accurately describe what to expect when you read ‘You’ll Be Fine.’ You know when the first introduction to the main characters involve a mother abandoning her teenage daughter in the parking lot of a theme park, the story is promising to

Book Review: Origins by Jen Jensen

I really enjoyed this follow up to ‘Jamis Bachman, Ghost Hunter.’ The sarcastic ex television star is pulled back into the creepy world of paranormal. What do they say about horror sequels? They have to be more frightening, more kills, more gore, etc.? Well that