Review: A Quiet Kind of Thunder by Sara Barnard

Steffi Brons is not the kind of girl most people notice. She suffered from selective mutism for years and tends to fade into the background. When Rhys Gold, a handsome deaf student with no idea how vocally silent she is, comes into her life Steffi has a way to communicate with him that doesn’t rely …

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(Book Review): Blood Vow by JR Ward

Axe knows Elise is out of his league but when a job opportunity brings them closer together, he can’t say no. Elise should be off-limits for so many reasons. She’s a daughter of the aristocracy, her cousin is one of his fellow trainees and she deserves so much more than he could ever give her. When …

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Top Ten Tuesday: Christmas Wishlist

It’s Tuesday! And that means it’s time to participate in the meme created by Broke and Bookish where bloggers share their top ten based on a given topic. Today’s Topic is: Ten Books I Wouldn’t Mind Santa Leaving Under My Tree (or non-book bookworm items) And I can only list ten?! Not counting collectors editions (have …

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(Book Review): Fly on the Wall by E. Lockhart

Gretchen Yee attends a prestigious art school where the best way to fit in is to try and stand out. With unmissable bright red hair, Gretchen tries to fit in but doesn’t feel like she does. When her best friend starts acting standoffish and her parents deciding to get a divorce, Gretchen’s life is getting messy. …

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The Twelve Days of Dash and Lily by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan

There is no better way to get into the festive spirit than by spending it with Dash and Lily. And in this lovely follow up to Dash and Lily’s Book of Dares, not everyone is in the Christmas spirit. The two teens have been together for a year now but the glow of new romance is …

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(The Next Generation of Vampire Warriors): Blood Kiss by JR Ward

With the Lessening Society waging war against the vampire society, it’s time for the Black Dagger Brotherhood (BDB) to start training a new generation of warriors. And for the first time in history they are opening their doors to more than just well-bred males. Paradise wants more from her life than needlepoint and being told …

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(City of Lights and Love): Paris Lights by C.J. Duggan

Claire Shorten has always dreamed about Paris. When her longtime boyfriend takes her to the Eiffel Tower on a mini-break, Claire is sure that this is is – a dream proposal in a gorgeous, picturesque location. But in one of the most romantic places in the world he asks a very different question. Heartbroken that her boyfriend …

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Top Ten Tuesday: 2017 releases

It’s Tuesday! And that means it’s time to participate in the meme created by Broke and Bookish where bloggers share their top ten based on a given topic. Today’s Topic is: Top Ten Books I’m Looking Forward To For The First Half Of 2017   Oh… I’m excited about this list 😀 I’m a little weirded …

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(Review): Holding Up the Universe by Jennifer Niven

Holding Up the Universe is the story of a boy who can’t recognise anyone and a girl who everyone knows by reputation. Jack Masselin suffers from undiagnosed prosopagnosia, a condition which causes him to be unable to identify anyone – even his own family. Trying not to give anyone an excuse to realise he’s different, …

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Top Ten Tuesday: Contemporary Gift Guide

It’s Tuesday! And that means it’s time to participate in the meme created by Broke and Bookish where bloggers share their top ten based on a given topic. Today’s Topic is: Holiday Gift Guide freebie (ten books to buy the YA lover in your life, 10 books to buy for your dad, etc.) I find lists …

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