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Girl Gone Viral

Girl Gone Viral by Alisha Rai Here’s what I loved about Girl Gone Viral (and the first book in the series, The Right Swipe): Alisha Rai makes the implausible plausible by using emotional depth. That’s a pretty generic statement, so let me clarify. We all know romance...

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Take A Hint, Dani Brown

Take A Hint, Dani Brown by Talia Hibbert Let me tell you about my experience reading Take A Hint, Dani Brown. I've been in a bit of a reading slump. My kids are home with me all the time - my prime reading time used to be the hour before I picked them up from the bus,...

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Sal And Gabi Fix The Universe

Sal And Gabi Fix The Universe by Carlos Hernandez Gosh, I’ve been such a lucky reader lately. I was so excited to snag this ARC from Netgalley, and my expectations were more than met – I was blown away. I loved SAL AND GABI BREAK THE UNIVERSE, so I was super pumped to...

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Undercover Bromance

Undercover Bromance by Lyssa Kay Adams UNDERCOVER BROMANCE took everything I liked about THE BROMANCE BOOK CLUB and put it into a book that featured a plot I actually appreciated. It’s one of my favorite things – a second-in-series that is better than the first in...

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Harrow The Ninth

Harrow The Ninth by Tamsyn Muir Recently, I said all kinds of deeply superlative things about Tamsyn Muir’s mastery of prose in GIDEON THE NINTH. I was a child. An infant. An idiot baby. The sheer force of will it took to wrestle HARROW THE NINTH into being, to create...

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Recipe For Persuasion

Recipe For Persuasion by Sonali Dev I really, really like Jane Austen retellings. Particularly if they retain the blend of humor and drama that makes me like Austen in the first place – in the battle of literary ladies, I’m firmly Team Jane. No Bronte sister can...

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