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ARC Review: Like You Mean It by Jillian Liota

Jocelyn: ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Okay so I have a soft spot for single parent books. I’m not sure why, but it’s one of my preferred plot lines. This story focuses on the relationship between two neighbors who are both in very different points in their lives. 90 more words


ARC Review: Chasing Ivy by S.J. Sylvis


Six years ago, I had a best friend with sky-blue eyes, purposefully messy brown hair, and a body that made every single girl drool on sight.

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Manahoana from Madagascar!

Dear Josh,
It’s been just over a week that i’ve been back in Madagascar. There was a bit of a snaffu with Ethiopian Airways… or rather, it was partly my fault for not paying attention to the minute cues they sort of give as to when to board the bus that takes you to the plane… so i missed my flight from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to Tana. 1,684 more words

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ARC Review: The White Christmas Inn by Colleen Wright


In this heartwarming, feel-good novel, a snowstorm brings a cast of very different characters together at a sleepy New England inn, just in time for Christmas—and maybe even in time for a Christmas miracle. 

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Review: Hold You Close by Melanie Harlow & Corinne Michaels

From NYT Bestseller Corinne Michaels & USA Today Bestseller Melanie Harlow, comes a second chance standalone romance.

Ian Chase broke my heart at seventeen, and I’ve spent the last eighteen years hating him for it.

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ARC Review: He Loves You Not by Tara Brown

How can a fidelity test possibly go wrong? In this sweet and sexy romance, international bestselling author Tara Brown counts the ways…

Among her superrich friends, Lacey Winters never minded being the “poor one.” That is, until her tuition money and big dreams vanish overnight.

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Book Club Recap: July 2018

Without Merit by Colleen Hoover (Picked By: Jocelyn)

“The Voss family is anything but normal. They live in a repurposed church, newly baptized Dollar Voss. The once cancer-stricken mother lives in the basement, the father is married to the mother’s former nurse, the little half-brother isn’t allowed to do or eat anything fun, and the eldest siblings are irritatingly perfect.

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