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Am I Normal Yet? – Book Review

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Am I Normal Yet? by Holly Bourne

I saw this book floating around on a lot of people’s blog posts and the cover and title intrigued me to pick it up and I am so happy that I did! Am I Normal Yet? is a perfect blend of happy and sad moments, relatable characters and realistic events along with strong themes of feminism. 

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Bargain Book of the Week – To Be Loved By You

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This series highlights inexpensive, free, or discounted books to give you, dear reader, the most options on what to read.

To Be Loved By You

$0.99

Andreas Mahailey was the Boss to the bosses of the Mahailey crime family. When he is murdered he relinquishes his throne to the one person his organization least expects – Isa Mahailey. His wife.

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All in Pieces – Book Review

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All in Pieces by Suzanne Young

Suzanne Young is one of those authors that I will read pretty much any books she writes – she has a way to create amazing stories that not only pull you and make you forget everything else going on around you, but she has a way with writing characters that are deep and easy to connect to.

That was the reason that I fell in love with Hotel Ruby from the very first page, and that’s the reason I fell in love with All in Pieces.  When this showed up in my mailbox (thank you, Simon & Schuster!), I was beyond thrilled and pretty much dropped everything to read it.

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Working It Out – Book Review

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Working It Out by Rachael Anderson

This is another enjoyable read from Rachael Anderson. Based on the
books I have read so far by this author, she does not disappoint. It
goes to show that one can write an excellent romance story without a whole lot of smut.

I enjoyed reading about the supporting characters. I especially loved
Grace’s brother Alex. I liked the way he eventually learned to
overcome his hang-ups about being physically challenged. In doing so he was able to cease all that life had to offer.

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Miss Hollywood – Book Review

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Miss Hollywood by Marie Garner

Miss Hollywood is about two insecure people who find what they need in each other.

Clare is Hollywood’s It girl, but she is not as well put together as
she appears.  Alex has made mistakes and he owns them all.  He is also Clare’s best friend’s brother.  When they are thrown together,
feelings arise and attraction burns.

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A Heart Most Certain – Book Review

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A Heart Most Certain

Author: Melissa Jagears

Paperback: 400 Pages

Series: Teaville Moral Society

Publisher: Bethany House (April 19, 2016)

 

Blurb:

Lydia King knows what it’s like to be in need, so she joins the Teaville Moral Society hoping to help the town’s poor. But with her father’s debts increasing by the day and her mother growing sicker by the week, she wonders how long it will be until she ends up in the poorhouse herself.

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Devil’s Vengeance – Book Review

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Devil’s Vengeance by Nina Levine

The Sydney Storm MC are back and war is coming.

Dating the sister of a friend is a bad move, but falling for the sister of your club’s greatest ally is the absolute worst move.

Especially when he makes it clear he doesn’t want a biker anywhere near her.

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A Walk in the Rain – Book Review

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A Walk in the Rain: A journey of love and redemption by Udai Yadla

Genre: Contemporary, Romance, Sort-of Thriller

My Ratings: 3.5 out of 5 stars

Paperback, 240 pages
Published by Kyron Publications

About this Book:

Love is elixir that keeps you alive. Love is poison that kills you. Unreciprocated love keeps you alive but kills every day.

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