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Never Never – Part 1 [Review]

Never Never – Part 1 [Review]

Posted March 20, 2016 by Stephanie in Review / 5 Comments

My Thoughts Well, this was interesting! I’m writing this up before I continue onto the next installment in this series, because if I read the entire series before writing up the reviews, I could mix things up within the reviews. But HOLY SHIT. What is happening in this book? I need to know more! I […]

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The Witch Hunter [Review]

The Witch Hunter [Review]

Posted March 11, 2016 by Emily in Review / 4 Comments

my thoughts Wow, oh wow: a book that compares itself to Game of Thrones within the description’s first sentence? Color me intrigued. When I first heard about this book, I remember thinking, “Well this sounds like it will be right up my alley.” And it was, although not entirely in the way I originally bargained for. […]

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The Goddess Test [Review]

The Goddess Test [Review]

Posted April 28, 2015 by Stephanie in Review / 5 Comments

Title: The Goddess Test Author: Aimee Carter Series: Goddess Test #1 Genre: Young Adult, Mythology, Fantasy, Paranormal, Romance Pages: 293 Published By: Harlequin Teen on April 19, 2011 Challenges: 2015 TBR Pile, YA & NA Romance Challenge Where To Get:   Every girl who had taken the test has died. Now it’s Kate’s turn. It’s always been just Kate and her mom […]

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A French Girl In New York [Review]

A French Girl In New York [Review]

Posted February 21, 2015 by Stephanie in Review / 2 Comments

Title: A French Girl In New York Author: Anna Adams Series: The French Girl #1 Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary, Romance, Fairytale Retelling, Music Pages: 273 Published By: Anna Adams, December 21, 2012 Challenges: 2015 TBR Pile, YA & NA Romance Color Challenge Where To Get:   Maude Laurent is a spirited sixteen year-old orphan who grew up in a small, provincial town […]

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Blog Tour: How To Unbreakup [Review]

Blog Tour: How To Unbreakup [Review]

Posted February 12, 2015 by Stephanie in Review / 0 Comments

So first things first, this book made me miss playing soccer. This was an adorable read. It was an easy read and very enjoyable. I basically (almost) read it in one sitting. This was my first Rebekah L. Purdy book, but it won’t be my last. Because this was just too cute. And definitely spoke […]

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Kill Me Softly [Review]

Kill Me Softly [Review]

Posted February 6, 2015 by Stephanie in Review / 1 Comment

Title: Kill Me Softly Author: Sarah Cross Series: Beau Rivage #1 Genre: Young Adult, Fairytale Retelling, Fantasy, Romance, Magic, Paranormal Pages: 336 Published: April 10, 2012 by EgmontUSA Challenges: 2015 TBR Pile, YA & NA Romance Color Challenge Where To Get:   Mirabelle’s past is shrouded in secrecy, from her parents’ tragic deaths to her guardians’ half-truths about why she can’t return […]

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Never Eighteen [Review]

Never Eighteen [Review]

Posted October 18, 2012 by Stephanie in Review / 0 Comments

My Thoughts: This book was so bittersweet. From the title (and the synopsis) it is apparent that Austin will not be turning 18. And, despite the fact that I knew this book would make me tear up, be sad, and/or cry, I still read it. And, boy, am I glad I did. I read this […]

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Fall For You [Review]

Fall For You [Review]

Posted October 18, 2012 by Stephanie in Review / 1 Comment

My Thoughts: I absolutely loved this book! It may be because I love all things Jane Austen and my absolutely favorite book of all times is Pride & Prejudice, but put those aside, I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. It was so nice reading a book and relating it so much to Pride & Prejudice. […]

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Florence [Review]

Florence [Review]

Posted October 3, 2012 by Stephanie in Review / 3 Comments

  Title: Florence Author: Ciye Cho Publisher: Ciye Cho Release Date: July 1, 2012 Source: eARC Average Star Rating: 4.14 Seventeen-year-old Florence Waverley is out of her depth. Literally. Kidnapped and taken below the waves to the mer world of Niemela, she is the ultimate gift for merman Prince Kiren: a human familiar tied to his side. But nothing is what […]

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