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Love, Lies and Spies by Cindy Anstey {Amanda’s Review}

Love, Lies and Spies by Cindy Anstey {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 25 July, 2016 by Amanda / 1 Comment

A decent standalone YA historical romance. My Thoughts on Love, Lies and Spies I picked up Love, Lies and Spies after reading a review of it somewhere. It’s basically “lite” historical romance, meaning it lacks the same depth to the emotional arcs you find in most historical romances (at least that I like to read). […]

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Sweet Disorder by Rose Lerner {Amanda’s Review}

Sweet Disorder by Rose Lerner {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 18 July, 2016 by Amanda / 3 Comments

Lerner’s historical was a total hit. My Thoughts on Sweet Disorder Rose Lerner is a new-to-me historical romance author, and Sweet Disorder definitely won’t be the last book of hers that I read. If all her books feature characters with strong growth arcs, I’m all over that. At first glance, Nick is a pretty typical lordling, […]

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Luck Is No Lady by Amy Sandas {Amanda’s Review}

Luck Is No Lady by Amy Sandas {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 11 July, 2016 by Amanda / 3 Comments

Learned about my own reading preferences. Thoughts on Luck Is No Lady (May contain minor spoilers) Luck Is No Lady is the book that made me realize how much I love books in deep POV… because that is not this book. I want to be inside the characters’ heads. I want to feel what they […]

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You Before Anyone Else by Julie Cross {Beth’s Review}

You Before Anyone Else by Julie Cross {Beth’s Review}

Posted 29 June, 2016 by Beth / 0 Comments

I have found my newest OTP! Thoughts on You Before Anyone Else Thank you Netgalley for allowing me to read this beautiful book! This book is adorable. I would say it’s on the high end of YA. I’ve read some New Adult that was on par with this, so it’s geared towards the older crowd […]

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How the Duke Was Won by Lenora Bell {Amanda’s Review}

How the Duke Was Won by Lenora Bell {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 27 June, 2016 by Amanda / 3 Comments

Need book 2 from Bell immediately. My Thoughts on How the Duke Was Won I picked this one up because Sarah MacLean wrote a special note about it in the publisher’s newsletter. I love MacLean’s books, and I’m always willing to give a recommendation a shot. It was totally worth it. After the end of […]