Genre: Contemporary

Mini Review – Let’s Talk About Love by Claire Kann
In Book Review
January 2, 2018

Mini Review – Let’s Talk About Love by Claire Kann

This isn’t a book meant for me. And I say that not because I think it’s a bad book but that I am not the right reviewer for it. I received Let’s Talk About Love for review and gave it a try. For the first time ever, I had the chance to read about a biromantic asexual protagonist. I can’t speak to […]

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Mini Review – Working Fire by Emily Bleeker
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September 3, 2017

Mini Review – Working Fire by Emily Bleeker

Something about this book never clicked for me. It’s one of those situations, I think, where I just wasn’t invested in the book’s premise to begin with so I went in halfheartedly. This is one of those suspense stories where you’re told the ending and the mystery comes into unwrapping what really happened and why. Which, it worked. Not my […]

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Review – A Stardance Summer by Emily March
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June 15, 2017

Review – A Stardance Summer by Emily March

Totally didn’t realize this was book 13 in a series. Having not read the previous twelve books, I didn’t feel too lost which bodes well for the book. The series follows the Callahan family as each of them finds love and this time around it’s Brick’s turn. A Stardance Summer includes a prologue that completely threw me for a loop. There’s a character mentioned […]

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Mini Review – Luca by Sarah Castille
In Book Review
June 6, 2017

Mini Review – Luca by Sarah Castille

Having not read the previous book in the series, I wasn’t sure how this one would go and whether it would affect my reading. Thankfully, I didn’t have too much trouble with the world and characters. Which was great. Not so great? The writing. Luca is one of those romances where the author takes an eternity to make anything happen. I’ve […]

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Review – Internet Famous by Danika Stone
In Book Review
May 18, 2017

Review – Internet Famous by Danika Stone

Talk. About. Relevant. So, as a blogger, I feel like I had a particular connection to this book and some of the things Madi dealt with both as a blogger and internet presence. When I first finished Internet Famous I remember thinking that fame is truly bittersweet. We, the ones integrated into the online community of our various fandoms and industries, have […]

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