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Review: Don’t Call Me Baby by Gwendolyn Heasley

Review: Don’t Call Me Baby by Gwendolyn Heasley

Don’t Call Me Baby was about a girl who has grown up as the focus of her mom’s blog. This book is a subject which I have thought about a lot and I also think that in about ten years there is going to be a lot of teens having these conversations with their mommy blogging parents.

One thing about this story that bothers me is the lack of communication that Imogene has with her mother. I mean, she…

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— 5 days ago
#4 stars  #contemporary  #Gwendolyn Heasley  #Young Adult 
Best Book Of March

Best Book Of March

It totally went over my head that I started a best book of the month and then the next month, forgot to do one. March almost went by the same way which is why we are not a good week or so into April and just now my best book of is coming through. Better late than never.

So the book that I read in March that I feel definitely deserves the spot for the best book of the month would have to be Maybe…

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— 1 week ago
#Best Book Of 
Review: The Other Summer Girl by Sarah D. Towne

Review: The Other Summer Girl by Sarah D. Towne

The Other Summer Girl was a book that had a lot of promise for me so that’s why I accepted the copy from Sarah Towne for a review. I love New Adult Romance books generally although some have been falling flat to me. I have been in a bit of a reading slump lately so figured this quick read will pull me out of it.

Sadly, it didn’t. I’m not starting out by saying it was a horrible story but it just…

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— 1 week ago
#contemporary  #new adult  #romance  #Sarah D. Towne 
Real Life: Wilson’s Promontory

Real Life: Wilson’s Promontory

Last month we all went on a week long holiday to check out some of the places in Australia that Jamie wanted to show me and Duncan but we have yet to make time for it. What better time like the present, right?

One of the places that we went was Wilson’s Promontory which is also just shortened and called The Prom. The thing that threw us off was that once you entered the park you still had to…

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— 2 weeks ago
#Australia  #holiday  #Real Life  #The Prom  #Wilsons Promontory 
Did Not Finish: Panic by Lauren Oliver

Did Not Finish: Panic by Lauren Oliver

I really hate not finishing books or even worse, books that seem like they’re going to be amazing and are written by an author that I really enjoyed previous books. Panic is a book I just could not get into no matter what I tried. I tried and tried to read it and get into it but I just could not connect with the characters. They annoyed the ever living heck out of me and I really wanted to like…

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— 2 weeks ago
#contemporary  #Did Not Finish  #Lauren Oliver  #romance  #Young Adult 
Kiddie Corner Reviews: It’s A Firefly Night by Dianne Ochiltree

Kiddie Corner Reviews: It’s A Firefly Night by Dianne Ochiltree

I thought that It’s A Firefly Night was really well done and I loved the story. It is a plus that it is a pretty short story as well which makes for perfect bedtime material. The Kid really enjoyed this story about the fireflies as well as the illustrations. They were really good. Fireflies isn’t something that everyone is able to experience in person so reading a story about them is the next…

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— 2 weeks ago
#4 stars  #Childrens  #Dianne Ochiltree  #Kiddie Corner 
Review: The Taking by Kimberly Derting

Review: The Taking by Kimberly Derting

The Taking has a great story to it and it could have delivered a little bit more if it didn’t focus so much on the romance between Kyra and Tyler. Kyra is obviously confused about a lot of what is going on around her with waking up behind a dumpster 5 years after disappearing although it feels like just yesterday to her. Everything in her life is different and everyone else has moved on after…

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— 2 weeks ago
#Kimberly Derting  #paranormal  #romance  #science fiction  #Young Adult 
Review: Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover

Review: Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover

You know those book reviews where people say oh I wish I could give this book a million stars because it deserves it? I usually roll my eyes at those people because, seriously, can you be more lame? With Maybe Someday though, I am that person. I will recommend this book to every single person that I come across that is asking what they should read. I will recommend this book to someone that wants…

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— 3 weeks ago
#Colleen Hoover  #contemporary  #new adult  #romance 
Review: Ask Again Later by Liz Czukas

Review: Ask Again Later by Liz Czukas

This was such a cute, light, and fluffy book that it went by quickly. It is something that is a feel good book in that you know what is going to  happen but you want to see how it all plays out. I liked that you could see how her night was going to go if she picked either guy and that the night still ended up the same no matter who she chose to go to the Prom with.

The characters were quite fun…

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— 3 weeks ago
#contemporary  #Liz Czukas  #romance  #Young Adult 
Review: The Art of Lainey by Paula Stokes

Review: The Art of Lainey by Paula Stokes

I wasn’t even going to request this book to review until I really read what it was about. It seemed like a fun and light read so I went for it and I’m glad that I did. This story was very cute and very predictable on the ending. However predictable it may be, it didn’t take away from the fact that I truly enjoyed this book immensely.

Lainey is a great soccer player who is dating another great…

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— 1 month ago
#contemporary  #Paula Stokes  #Realistic  #romance  #Young Adult