Category: Reviews

Book Review: President Darcy by Victoria Kincaid

Book Review: President Darcy..

Victoria Kincaid really did make me addicted to the entire Pride and Prejudice trope. I can now see why it is so addicted. Now, I’m motivated to read the actual book by Jane Austen. President Darcy is the modern retelling of Pride and Prejudice. It features President William Darcy and […]

Posted December 9, 2017
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Book Review: The Bookworm and the Beast by Charlee James

Book Review: The Bookworm an..

Beauty and the Bookworm is a sweet classical retelling of Beauty and The Beast. Unfortunately, this book just fell extremely flat. The hero and heroine in this novel were two dimensional characters. Izzy, is the bookworm. Derek is the cold stoic hero. I felt that they lacked depth to each […]

Posted December 5, 2017
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Book Review: Saving It by Monica Murphy

Book Review: Saving It by Mo..

Saving It is such nice friends to lovers romance! It’s a very nice short novel! Saving It is a adorable friends to lovers romance! It features Eden Summers and Joshua Evans who have been friends for ever. The story does have the same cliched plot line done over and over […]

Posted December 4, 2017
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Book Review: Inseparable by Siobhan Davis

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This book is such an emotional roller coaster ride. And despite hating roller coasters, I throughly enjoyed reading every single minute of it. This book is one that I would never ever go for. However, I just couldn’t resist the blurb and was a lucky fish to get an ARC […]

Posted December 3, 2017
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Book Review: The Breakup Support Group by Cheyanne Young

Book Review: The Breakup Sup..

The Break Up Support Group is an adorable sweet young adult romance! I really loved reading this book and had so much fun.

The book starts with Isla Rush who pretty much has it all. She has a great boyfriend, set of friends, and has a great high school life. Until, the big rezoning happens. She has to transfer to her rival high school for her senior year.

Posted November 22, 2017
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