Review: Always a Bridesmaid by Cindi Madsen

Review: Always a Bridesmaid by Cindi Madsen

Always a Bridesmaid by Cindi Madsen is the second book in the Getting Hitched in Dixie series. It’s a standalone novel, but if you read Just One of the Groomsmen, which I highly recommend, you’ll recognize Ford Maguire and his group of friends. Always a Bridesmaid was a very fun and quick contemporary romance. It was fun watching […]

Review: How to Quit Your Crush by Amy Fellner Dominy

Review: How to Quit Your Crush by Amy Fellner Dominy

How to Quit Your Crush by Amy Fellner Dominy is a companion novel to Announcing Trouble, which I absolutely loved! (If you haven’t checked out my review for Announcing Trouble, you can find it here.) The two can be read as stand-alone’s, but you do get some glimpses into Mai and Anthony’s story in Announcing Trouble. Mai’s attraction towards […]

Girl at Heart by Kelly Oram

Girl at Heart by Kelly Oram

Girl at Heart by Kelly Oram was a perfect read for me during these crazy times. Kelly Oram is quite good at writing sweet YA romances, and Girl at Heart did not disappoint. Girl at Heart is centered around a baseball-playing girl that is having a hard time being a girl among a bunch of boys. […]

Review: Cowboy for Hire by Victoria James

Review: Cowboy for Hire by Victoria James

With everything going on in the world, I hope everyone is staying safe and healthy. Personally, I find myself gravitating towards feel-good reads, and Cowboy for Hire by Victoria James is a great contender if you’re also in the market for just that. Cowboy for Hire is a sweet, small-town romance. Sarah Turner finds herself needing help to […]

Review: I Hate You, Fuller James by Kelly Anne Blount

Review: I Hate You, Fuller James by Kelly Anne Blount

I Hate You, Fuller James by Kelly Anne Blount on the surface seems to have your typical rom-com tropes. There’s the popular athlete, a nerdy girl that gets bullied, the ex-best friend turned popular, mean girl, and a bet involving getting a girl. Truly, I think most people can guess how I Hate You, Fuller James ends. […]

Review: Demon Bound by Chris Cannon

Review: Demon Bound by Chris Cannon

I never thought I’d say this, but I think Demon Bound was too fast paced for my tastes. There was solid characters, and the plot was exciting. However, when put all together, there was too much happening at one time for me to really immerse myself in their world and connect with Meena and Jake. […]

Review: End of the Lie by Diana Rodriguez Wallach

Review: End of the Lie by Diana Rodriguez Wallach

**SPOILER ALERT: This review may contain spoilers for the previous books in the series. Please do not read this review if you have not yet read Proof of Lies and Lies That Bind. We have reached the end of the Anastasia Phoenix series, and I think Diana Rodriguez Wallach finished off strong with End of the Lie. […]

Review: 99% Faking It by Chris Cannon

Review: 99% Faking It by Chris Cannon

Sadly, 99% Faking It was just an okay read for me. I loved pretty much everything about the story except for the romantic relationship, which truly is the core of the story. In 99% Faking It by Chris Cannon, Lisa has a crush on Matt, but Matt has a crush on another girl. So Lisa decides it’s […]

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