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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 […]

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Fairest by Marissa Meyer {Amanda’s Review}

Fairest by Marissa Meyer {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 27 February, 2015 by Amanda / 4 Comments

Levana is readable, but not likable. My Thoughts on Fairest Levana may not be likable, but she certainly is readable. In fact, I had trouble putting Fairest down. A chance to learn how the villain of The Lunar Chronicles series came to be? Sign me up. It’s possible I have a soft spot for villain […]

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Naked in Death by JD Robb {Beth’s Review}

Naked in Death by JD Robb {Beth’s Review}

Posted 25 February, 2015 by Beth / 1 Comment

Somewhat disappointing but will continue series Thoughts on Naked in Death I went into this book knowing that there would be A) romance, B) futuristic things and C) romance. I knew nothing else about it. Although I did like it, I was a little disappointed. I’m not sure what actually disappointed me though, and I’m sure, […]

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Written in Red by Anne Bishop {Tara’s Review}

Written in Red by Anne Bishop {Tara’s Review}

Posted 28 November, 2014 by TaraSG / 2 Comments

engrossing juxtaposition of violence and innocence Why did I read this? Am I glad I did? (Amanda told me I could format this how I would like. Woot! So I’m going to include some sections I used on 25 Hour Books.) As I mentioned in my last review, I’m a different kind of reader now […]

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Lost Lake by Sarah Addison Allen {Jenna’s Review}

Lost Lake by Sarah Addison Allen {Jenna’s Review}

Posted 19 November, 2014 by Jenna / 4 Comments

A little something sweet and magical   My Thoughts Since Garden Spells, I have been a big fan of Sarah Addison Allen’s particular brand of magical realism. Her stories always feel so personal to me; I slip into the worlds she pictures with an easy grace, led entirely by her. So I was surprised to find […]