Looking Back: On January & February

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The last few months while I was away on my hiatus were some pretty tough times. So when 2017 rolled around and I decided to make a comeback to blogging, as well as some huge decisions. So this time around, I’d decided to combine both months in one post – I didn’t wanna miss recapping the post I did in January.

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Book Review: The Final Empire (The Mistborn Trilogy #1) by Brandon Sanderson

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This was an absolutely brilliant read! It takes awhile to get into it, but so worth it! I know my reviews has been mostly romance as of late, but I had read this book last year, with the intention of reviewing it. So here are my view…

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Book Looks: Inspired by Pretty Face – Lucy Parker

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It’s been awhile since I’ve worked on a Book Looks post, but I recently read Lucy Parker’s Pretty Face and was absolutely in love with the book! So I was absolutely excited to be working on this post!  Continue reading “Book Looks: Inspired by Pretty Face – Lucy Parker”

Cover Reveal: Sarina Bowen’s Goodbye Paradise

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Lemme just declare I do enjoy most of Sarina Bowen‘s works, especially her series the Ivy Years and the duology she wrote with Elle Kennedy, Him & Us. She is basically on my auto-buy list, at least for her new works. I’ve not actually explored her work prior to the Ivy Years. So when I got the news on her cover reveal for a retitled/republished/revamped work of hers, I knew I just had to share it with y’all! Continue reading “Cover Reveal: Sarina Bowen’s Goodbye Paradise”

Book Review: Bad Romeo (Starcrossed #1) by Leisa Rayven

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I had participated in my second buddy read in July, with the lovely ladies: Michelle from Undeniably Book Nerdy and Reg from SheLatitude. While the entire experience was extremely fun, the same can’t be said about the book. I wasn’t sure if I wanted to post this, because I had no idea how to present my thoughts on this book without being overly critical/negative, but this is what it is.

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