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Soulbound by Kristen Callihan {Amanda’s Revisit Review}

Soulbound by Kristen Callihan {Amanda’s Revisit Review}

Posted 24 July, 2015 by Amanda / 10 Comments

Just the break that I needed Thoughts on Soulbound I told myself to take a break from historical romance, and Soulbound is where I landed. Partly because it was sitting on my desk, but also partly because, while it’s paranormal, it’s technically historical romance too. Hey. I ease out of historical romance slowly, okay? But this […]

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To Catch an Heiress by Julia Quinn {Amanda’s Review}

To Catch an Heiress by Julia Quinn {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 18 May, 2015 by Amanda / 6 Comments

Caroline Trent makes this book fun! My Thoughts on To Catch an Heiress Man, I like this book for the heroine JQ gives us. Caroline Trent was smart, entertaining, and resilient. There were also glimmers of the family interactions that are so frequent in JQ’s later books (BRIDGERTONS!). And I like To Catch an Heiress […]

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Minx by Julia Quinn {Amanda’s Review}

Minx by Julia Quinn {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 4 May, 2015 by Amanda / 8 Comments

Reread all the JQ books! (Soon.) My Thoughts on Minx Strangely enough, reading the early JQ books makes me want to reread all her books (okay, perhaps that’s not so strange) so I can see how she developed as a writer. I’m already seeing changes from book to book. My biggest issue at the moment, […]

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Splendid by Julia Quinn {Amanda’s Review}

Splendid by Julia Quinn {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 28 April, 2015 by Amanda / 8 Comments

It’s the first Julia Quinn book! My Thoughts on Splendid As a writer, I found Splendid to be absolutely fascinating in terms of author development. (Or rather, seeing where JQ started.) Because… this early JQ book has little in common with some of my favorite JQ series, like the Bridgertons and Smythe-Smith. Splendid is like […]

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Confess by Colleen Hoover {Beth’s Review}

Confess by Colleen Hoover {Beth’s Review}

Posted 8 April, 2015 by Beth / 3 Comments

I liked it but didn’t love. Thoughts on Confess Something about this book just didn’t pull me the way Colleen Hoover’s books usually do. I didn’t feel invested in it like I did her previous books. I’m scared that she’s going for more quantity instead of quality. I really hope that it’s just me and […]