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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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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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Lana and the Laird by Sabrina York {Amanda’s Review}

Lana and the Laird by Sabrina York {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 31 May, 2016 by Amanda / 1 Comment

Solid historical romance many will like. My Thoughts on Lana and the Laird Lana and the Laird is the third book in a series, and it definitely feels that way—but it’s not necessarily a bad thing. It’s just obvious that Lana’s sisters have their own stories. I’d be willing to read them… but Lana. And […]

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Magnate by Joanna Shupe {Amanda’s Review}

Magnate by Joanna Shupe {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 2 May, 2016 by Amanda / 2 Comments

Hooray for historical romance outside Britain! Thoughts on Magnate What’s this, me reading a historical romance not set in Britain? Can’t remember the last time I did, and it was a nice, refreshing break from the norm. What’s not to love about NYC in the late 1800s? Joanna Shupe sticks to the tried and true trope […]

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The Study of Seduction by Sabrina Jeffries {Amanda’s Review}

The Study of Seduction by Sabrina Jeffries {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 22 March, 2016 by Amanda / 6 Comments

Solid historical romance from Sabrina Jeffries. Thoughts on The Study of Seduction Sabrina Jeffries has always been an author whose books I enjoy… but never totally love. The Study of Seduction seemed to fit that pattern, although I did like that Edwin had ties to the Duke’s Men series (where he was supposed to marry […]