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Review: Blackbird by Anna Carey

Review: Blackbird by Anna Carey

The synopsis of this book and the cover caught my eye when I looked at the review copy on Edelweiss. Then when I finally was going to read it, I read a lot of mixed reviews. A little skeptical going into it, I was pleasantly surprised. I didn’t start out with good thoughts though as you can tell from my first Goodreads status update on the book.

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I believe this was my first book that I read in…

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— 1 day ago
#3.5 Stars  #Anna Carey  #contemporary  #Mystery  #Thriller  #Young Adult 
Kiddie Corner Reviews: Babar’s Rescue by Laurent De Brunhoff

Kiddie Corner Reviews: Babar’s Rescue by Laurent De Brunhoff

I have to start this by saying that I’m not a huge fan of Babar. I don’t really have a reason why but, I just don’t like the elephant at all. I tried to get the kid to pick a different book in the library but he really wanted this Babar one. Begrudgingly I read the book and surprisingly I didn’t hate it as much as I expected.

The kid really liked this story though and that is all that matters,…

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— 4 days ago
#Children  #Kiddie Corner 
Review: Lost in Me by Lexi Ryan

Review: Lost in Me by Lexi Ryan

This was a free book on Amazon when I got it and the synopsis sounded very interesting. Amnesia, love triangle, a bit of mystery thrown in and it makes a good story.

Hanna has fallen down the stairs, so it seems, and is struck with amnesia that has her not remembering the last year of her life. Unfortunately, for her, the last year of her life was pretty eventful. She wakes up and has a new body…

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— 1 week ago
#3.5 Stars  #contemporary  #Here and Now  #Lexi Ryan  #new adult  #romance 
Review: Scandal in Seattle by Nicole Williams

Review: Scandal in Seattle by Nicole Williams

Here is the second short story in the Great Explotations series by Nicole Williams. This is a continuation of where Mischief in Miami left off and unfortunately this one isn’t very long at all. It is even shorter than the first book and although it was really good and I enjoyed it, it kind of felt like it could have been longer and not just a tie in to the third book in the series.

Sienna, known…

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— 1 week ago
#4 stars  #contemporary  #Great Explotations  #new adult  #nicole williams  #romance 
Review: Mischief in Miami by Nicole Williams

Review: Mischief in Miami by Nicole Williams

I have read plenty of books by Nicole Williamspreviously and have liked her books quite a bit. I started Mischief in Miami one morning because I didn’t have my Kindle Paperwhite on me and my husband had to go to an appointment while I sat in the car and waited. Perfect time for reading since the kid was in daycare at the time. So, why not start a short read? This book was (and still is at the…

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— 2 weeks ago
#4 stars  #contemporary  #Great Explotations  #new adult  #nicole williams  #review  #romance 
Review: How to Date a Nerd by Cassie Mae

Review: How to Date a Nerd by Cassie Mae

I want to start this by saying that I read this book awhile ago and I’m just getting to writing this review. I’m a horrible reviewer but you know, stuff happens and I won’t apologize for life and laziness. This is a hobby after all, not a job. So there’s that.

This isn’t my first Cassie Maerodeo so I went into this figuring I was going to adore this book. Sadly, while I liked How to Date a Nerd,…

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— 2 weeks ago
#3 stars  #Cassie Mae  #contemporary  #romance  #Young Adult 
Review: The Truth About Alice by Jennifer Mathieu

Review: The Truth About Alice by Jennifer Mathieu

The Truth About Alice was a pretty good book and I liked the style that it was told in. I loved the fact that this book was about Alice herself but you don’t actually read anything from her point of view until the very end. It was quite a way to put a story where all this stuff was being talked about her but the main character isn’t there to tell her side and let you know what is going on or what…

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— 1 month ago
#contemporary  #Jennifer Mathieu  #Realistic Fiction  #Young Adult 
Review: Get Happy by Mary Amato

Review: Get Happy by Mary Amato

This story seemed a bit all over the place to me. At times it was her pinning for a ukulele and then at times it was her pinning for the father that left her when she was younger. Also you throw in a love interest and you got that going on. However, it was a cute story and the songs in them were pretty catchy that Minerva writes. I like that she wants a ukulele because that is an instrument that…

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— 1 month ago
#contemporary  #Mary Amato  #romance  #Young Adult 
Best Book Of June

Best Book Of June

Best Book Of June

This month was super scarce on book reading. I have to admit, I barely did any reading because I mostly was watching shows like Game of Thrones and Orange is the New Black. That took up a lot of my time. So, I don’t have many books to pick from however, there was one that definitely stood out and that one was Don’t You Forget About Me by Kate Karyus Quinn.

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— 1 month ago
#Best Book Of 
Review: Goosebumps Zombie Halloween by R.L. Stine

Review: Goosebumps Zombie Halloween by R.L. Stine

I remember when I was in school and the Goosebumps books had just come out. Everyone was all about buying them in the monthly Scholastic book order that you could do. Do they still do those at the schools? I sure hope so because I want Duncan to know the joys of that Scholastic book order. Anyway, my first ever owned copy of a Goosebumps book was Say Cheese and Die. I remember the story fondly…

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— 2 months ago
#Childrens  #horror  #Middle Grade  #R.L. Stine