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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 / 4 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 / 4 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 […]

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Surrender by Pamela Clare {Amanda’s Review}

Surrender by Pamela Clare {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 20 June, 2016 by Amanda / 2 Comments

I guess penises make everything better. My Thoughts on Surrender If there’s anything I got from reading Surrender, it’s that my reading tastes have changed over the years. It was an odd realization, even though it seems obvious, given a little bit of thought. (Apparently this is not the kind of thinking I do regarding […]

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You Know Me Well by Nina LaCour {Beth’s Review}

You Know Me Well by Nina LaCour {Beth’s Review}

Posted 15 June, 2016 by Beth / 0 Comments

This book is so incredibly important. Thoughts on You Know Me Well This book is so beautiful. These characters’ voices are so powerful. They are needed. Whether you are 10 years old or 100 years old- you need to read this book. I needed this book as a teenager. So many people, especially teenagers, can […]

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Because of Miss Bridgerton by Julia Quinn {Amanda’s Review}

Because of Miss Bridgerton by Julia Quinn {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 13 June, 2016 by Amanda / 10 Comments

Must have more Rokesbys now pls. Thoughts on Because of Miss Bridgerton Julia Quinn knows what’s up. I’ve been in a few-months-long dearth of reading. It’s not a slump, necessarily, more of an “Oh, right, reading is a thing I can do, but look it’s time for bed and zzzz…” If that adequately explains things. Because […]