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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 / 4 Comments

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 / 4 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 / 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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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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The Runaway Duke by Julie Anne Long {Amanda’s Review}

The Runaway Duke by Julie Anne Long {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 23 May, 2016 by Amanda / 2 Comments

Not as satisfying as other JAL. Thoughts on The Runaway Duke The Runaway Duke is an earlier work by Julie Anne Long, and it shows. This book didn’t have the push and pull of emotions that I’ve come to expect from JAL. It wasn’t bad, but it wasn’t fantastic either. I had a similar experience […]