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A Gentleman’s Game by Theresa Romain {Amanda’s Review}

A Gentleman’s Game by Theresa Romain {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 2 February, 2016 by Amanda / 4 Comments

Will need more Theresa Romain soon. Thoughts on A Gentleman’s Game Theresa Romain is a new-to-me author, but one whose name isn’t completely unfamiliar. And although this was my first Theresa Romain historical romance, it certainly won’t be my last. A Gentleman’s Game was slow to start, but once it gained speed and traction, it […]

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Brother by Ania Ahlborn {Beth’s Review}

Brother by Ania Ahlborn {Beth’s Review}

Posted 27 January, 2016 by Beth / 2 Comments

Some stories never have happy endings. Thoughts on Brother If you are under 18, don’t read this book. If this were a movie, it would be rated higher than R. I would hope so at least. This is not a book for queasy people; this is not a book for people that get frightened by […]

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Beauty and the Spy by Julie Anne Long {Amanda’s Review}

Beauty and the Spy by Julie Anne Long {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 18 January, 2016 by Amanda / 10 Comments

More JAL is a good thing. Thoughts on Beauty and the Spy After finishing the Pennyroyal Green series, I needed more Julie Anne Long. NEEDED! And as soon as I finished Beauty and the Spy, I needed more Holt Sisters Trilogy, too. Because that’s just how Julie Anne Long writes. It’s addictive and it’s awesome […]

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Cinder by Marissa Meyer {Beth’s Revisit Review}

Cinder by Marissa Meyer {Beth’s Revisit Review}

Posted 13 January, 2016 by Beth / 4 Comments

Amanda has already reviewed this book, but you know what, you need another review of it because a) this book is awesome and b) she wrote hers in 2012 so it’s been a while. I am enamored with this series. Thoughts on Cinder I’ve been hearing about this series from basically everyone with a pulse […]

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The Legend of Lyon Redmond by Julie Anne Long {Amanda’s Review}

The Legend of Lyon Redmond by Julie Anne Long {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 11 January, 2016 by Amanda / 4 Comments

Finally, the Lyon and Olivia romance! Thoughts on The Legend of Lyon Redmond Once I started the Pennyroyal Green series, it didn’t take me long to become curious about the Lyon-Olivia romance, and I’m sure I wasn’t alone in that curiosity. It’s a thread that runs throughout nearly every book in the series, especially given […]