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Judging Books By Shay Savage – Book Review

Title: Judging Books Author: Shay Savage Standalone New Adult Romance The Story The debutante path is a fairly straight track: who you are, who you associate with, and whose label you are wearing become priorities. They define you. They are the aspects by which you are judged. Ashlyn’s world has been one of enlightenment and… Continue reading Judging Books By Shay Savage – Book Review

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Priceless By Linda Kage – Book Review

Title: Priceless Author: Linda Kage Book 8th in the Forbidden Men Companion Series New Adult Contemporary Romance The Story Three things in my life were fact. I needed Sarah to survive. I needed sex to remain sane. And I could never mix sex with Sarah. I just knew—deep in my marrow—that if I did, I’d… Continue reading Priceless By Linda Kage – Book Review

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The Smallest Part By Amy Harmon – Unpopular Opinion Book Review

Title: The Smallest Part Author: Amy Harmon Contemporary Standalone Romance The Story It was a big lie. The biggest lie she’d ever told. It reverberated through her head as she said it, ringing eerily, and the girl behind her eyes—the girl who knew the truth—screamed, and her scream echoed along with the lie. “Are you… Continue reading The Smallest Part By Amy Harmon – Unpopular Opinion Book Review

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Midnight Blue By L. J. Shen – Book Review

Title: Midnight Blue Author: L. J. Shen New Adult Contemporary Standalone The Story It should have been easy. I needed the money. He needed a babysitter to keep him from snorting himself to death. I was cherry-picked especially for him. Responsible. Optimistic. Warm. Innocent. The worst part is that I should have known better. Alex… Continue reading Midnight Blue By L. J. Shen – Book Review

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Drive By Kate Stewart – Book Review

Title: Drive Author: Kate Stewart Contemporary Romance, Standalone The Story Music . . . the heart’s greatest librarian. The average song is three and a half minutes long; those three and a half minutes could lead to a slow blink, a glimpse of the past, or catapult the soul into heart-shattering nostalgia. At the height… Continue reading Drive By Kate Stewart – Book Review