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Book Review: Stay A Little Longer

{Book Review} Stay A Little Longer Dawn Lanuza Stay A Little Longer by Dawn Lanuza will take you to a roller-coaster ride of feelings in this generally hopeful, feel-good romance.  Buy on amazon Blurb They were perfect strangers—all perks, no strings. Until they weren't. Elan wasn’t supposed to meet Caty. She lived halfway around the… Continue reading Book Review: Stay A Little Longer

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Review: CIRCE

{Book Review} CIRCE Reading Circe by Madeline Miller is like going back to the halls of my high school, circa 80’s. Get it on Apple Books I have been fascinated by Greek mythology ever since I was introduced to the Iliad and the Odyssey during high school. The world of the gods, goddesses, heroes and… Continue reading Review: CIRCE

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Review: Premium Harmony

review premium harmony A short story by Stephen King published in The New Yorker. Stephen King is not the King for nothing. Although his style in this story is a bit different from his other works, it just proves he’s a versatile writer who can spin words and emotions in many different ways. This tale… Continue reading Review: Premium Harmony

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Book Review: They Called Me Wyatt

(This post contains affiliate links. You can find my disclosure at the end of this post.) I recently reactivated my Reviewer Account on Netgalley and was surprised that it’s been a year since I’ve read a book from there. Probably because I have my hands (and Kindle app) full of books from Bookbub, Bookscream, Book… Continue reading Book Review: They Called Me Wyatt

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Review: Into the Water

Book: Into the Water Author: Paula Hawkins 3.5 out of 5 stars I loved The Girl on the Train. The movie was great, and while I have yet to read the book itself, I was content to let it remain in my TBR list, secure in the thought that if the movie was that good,… Continue reading Review: Into the Water

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Review: Wonder

(This post contains affiliate links. You can find my disclosure at the end of this post.) Wonder by R.J. Palacio “August is the Sun.” – Via 5 out of 5 stars If I were to sum up the message of this wonderful, heartwarming, uplifting book, it is that it tells the triumph of a good… Continue reading Review: Wonder

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Review: We Were Liars

(This post contains affiliate links. You can find my disclosure at the end of this post.) 4 out of 5 Stars We Were Liars was hyped as a modern, sophisticated suspense novel. I would describe it as a not-too-sophisticated and not-too-suspenseful book, but a powerful one nonetheless. We Were Liars by E. Lockhart The first… Continue reading Review: We Were Liars

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Review: Another Word for Happy

Review: Another Word for Happy Author: Agay Llanera4.5 out of 5 stars If there is one word to describe this book, it is this: vivid. Agay did a great job of weaving the story of Caleb through an amazing way of showing, not telling. Each scene was vividly described, each emotion clearly depicted, that I can… Continue reading Review: Another Word for Happy

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Review: Better at Weddings Than You

Author: Mina V. Esguerra eBook, 214 pages Bright Girl Books 4.5 Stars “Easy reading is damn hard writing.” American novelist Nathaniel Hawthorne must have Mina Esguerra in mind when he coined this phrase. Because if I were to describe my overall experience in reading her latest book, it’s none other than, “Now, that was easy reading!”… Continue reading Review: Better at Weddings Than You

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Book Review: Ghost of a Feeling

5 out of 5 stars I really loved this book and highly recommend this to everyone! Reading Cris’ story felt very much like steadily climbing a steep, rocky hill, reaching the top, then merrily sliding down, coming to a grassy, peaceful pasture. The book was beautifully woven with a seamless plot and perfectly, realistically intertwined… Continue reading Book Review: Ghost of a Feeling