March TBR

TBR’s are one of my favorite things to read/watch and I’m excited to bring you what I’m going to be reading for the month of March. I am also happy to say that I did pretty great with my February TBR. The only thing that I haven’t yet read is my Book of the Month book […]

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Library Haul

I recently took a bit of time for myself and went to the library to pick up a hold I had and see what books I could find that are on my TBR. I have spoken before about how much I love my local library and I find it to be such a calming place. […]

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Netgalley Review: The Other People by C.J. Tudor

Publication Date: January 23, 2020 Publisher: Penguin Pages: 400 Genre: Mystery Rating: 4/5 This is a well done and engrossing mystery that kept me guessing all the way through. The book follows Gabe, whose wife and daughter were murdered, but he knows that he saw his daughter, Izzy, while he was driving home that day. No one else believes that […]

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WWW Wednesday 2/26/20

It’s Wednesday which means it’s time for another WWW post. This weekly meme is hosted by Sam at Taking on a World of Words and to participate all you need to do is answer 3 W questions. Over the weekend I realized that there was only a week left of this month and while I have […]

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Blog Tour: Revelations of a Secret Princess by Annie West

I’m here to do my last review for the HQN Spring Blog Tour. This was a fun and cute romance that I think so many of my fellow romance lovers would enjoy. About REVELATIONS OF A SECRET PRINCESS: To find her precious daughter, stolen from her at birth, Princess Carolina will do anything. Including masquerading […]

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How to Love a Duke in Ten Days by Kerrigan Byrne

Publication Date: August 27, 2019 Publisher: St. Martin’s Paperbacks Pages: 440 Genre: Historical Romance Rating: 4/5 I think this might be my favorite marriage of convenience book I have read. Dr. Alexandra Lane and Duke Piers Atherton were so swoon worthy as they started falling in love with each other that I couldn’t get enough. This historical fiction book starts […]

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On My Radar: March 2020

I haven’t done one of these in a couple of months but I really like spotlighting books that I have my eye on. There are so many amazing books coming out every month that it is so hard to keep on top of all of them. Especially in March where there are a ridiculous amount […]

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