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Finding Audrey by Sophie Kinsella {Beth’s Review}

Finding Audrey by Sophie Kinsella {Beth’s Review}

Posted 2 December, 2015 by Beth / 1 Comment

Kinsella needs to write Young Adult!   Thoughts on Finding Audrey When I go into a Sophie Kinsella book, I know I’m going to get hilarity, a few sappy moments, and a happy ending. I’ve read enough Kinsella to know that’s it all of her books. That’s one thing that I love about her. When […]

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Since the Surrender by Julie Anne Long {Amanda’s Review}

Since the Surrender by Julie Anne Long {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 30 November, 2015 by Amanda / 6 Comments

Good JAL, just not a favorite. Thoughts on Since the Surrender Julie Anne Long! How I adore you. Since the Surrender was the last book of the Pennyroyal Green series that I haven’t read yet (not counting The Legend of Lyon Redmond, which, as I write this review, hasn’t been released). Verdict? A good Julie […]

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Jet by Jay Crownover {Beth’s Review}

Jet by Jay Crownover {Beth’s Review}

Posted 18 November, 2015 by Beth / 0 Comments

Tad disappointing but still pretty good. Thoughts on Jet: Something just didn’t sit right with this book. It took a while to get through and at times, I just wanted to set it down. I think possibly it’s because I just wanted to get to the third book because a coworker is obsessed with the […]

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Lady in Red by Karen Hawkins {Amanda’s Review}

Lady in Red by Karen Hawkins {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 28 September, 2015 by Amanda / 9 Comments

A break from historical romance needed?? Thoughts on Lady in Red Despite telling myself to attend to the vast number of unread books on my shelves (naturally, few are historical romance), I picked Lady in Red to read. But… either I’m in a critical mood or I’ve reached the tipping point in historical romances because […]

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Mistress by Amanda Quick {Amanda’s Review}

Mistress by Amanda Quick {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 14 September, 2015 by Amanda / 6 Comments

A fun premise from Amanda Quick Thoughts on Mistress It should be noted that Amanda Quick — better known as a pseudonym of Jayne Ann Krentz — was, at one time, my favorite author. And although that was more than a decade ago, she will always have a spot in my heart, even if I […]