Book Review: Iris Kelly Doesn’t Date by Ashley Herring-Blake

Stevie, an anxious barista, is struggling to move on from her ex, while Iris resists her family’s pressures to enter into a long-term relationship. Despite their contrasting personalities, they find themselves drawn together through unexpected circumstances, learning mutually beneficial lessons along the way. Although the reviewer found the romantic chemistry lacking, they still recommend this novel for its entertainment factor and exploration of themes like romance, friend groups, and fake relationships.

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Book Review: On The Same Page by Haley Cass

We first met best friends, Riley and Gianna, in Cass’s book ‘Down To A Science.’ In this book, they get their starring roles as they navigate what happens when you cross the boundaries from friends to friends who have sex. Riley is completely over dating. She has been searching for that all-encompassing romance but despite […]

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Book Review: When It Raynes by CD Cain

Rayne Storm lives up to her namesake with the constant turbulent thoughts in her mind. She lives her life to everyone’s expectations but her own. School, boyfriend, and keeping up with Joneses until she meets Sam, a beautiful doctor who makes her feel things she suspects are the reasons why she has always felt different. […]

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Book Review: The Flight Risk by Macon Leigh

An epic story that feels like you’re reading a classic. The author takes us on a journey that lasts several decades. We travel back and forth between Balyee Lawrence’s milestone moments in life. Growing up in foster care, college life, and present day. The people Balyee encounter in this book are so unique and colorful. […]

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Book Review: Destination You by J.J. Arias

Taylor Lopez travels from New York to Florida for her high school reunion where she reconnects with a teacher she had a major crush on back then. Raqel Alonso is charmed by the heavy persuasion from her previous student. Will it be a fling or a future? I enjoyed the flirtation between the two women. […]

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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 name is Carrie and my wife’s name is Shyla. The […]

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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 building her grandmother left to her. Her morning is interrupted […]

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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 for the same website. Julia and Clare have a ton […]

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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 installment, Rose’s bookstore manager and best friend, Lia, has all […]

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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 continue to counter offer increasingly insulting terms. Jones Haelstrom’s father, […]

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