(Review): Girl in Between by Anna Daniels

Lucy Crighton was a successful TV producer in Melbourne with a lot of potential. She never expected to be living in her childhood bedroom again in her thirties with a robot vacuum as her alarm clock. Using the excuse of moving back in with her parents to finish writing a book and assess her next move, …

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(Review): Seven Days of You by Cecilia Vinesse

Sophia thinks she knows what to expect from her last week in Japan. Moving from continent to continent is nothing new for her. But she wasn’t expecting Jamie to come back into her life. Jamie – the boy with who she has a secret complicated history and an impossible future with. The countdown to her …

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(Book Review): Twist by Kylie Scott

Alex Parks is not the kind of woman who acts spontaneously but after a few months of chatting to Eric online she decides to take a chance and surprise him at his bar. Too bad it’s Alex who gets the shock of her life. Eric has no idea who she is and it turns out that …

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(Review): This Beats Perfect by Rebecca Denton

Have you ever read a book only to realise it’s a hundred percent better than the blurb led you to believe? That was the case with Rebecca Denton’s This Beats Perfect. This book surprised me because I went in expecting to read boyband fanfiction. Instead what I got was a beautiful story about music, friendship, love …

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Blog Tour: FREEKS by Amanda Hocking (Review + Q&A)

Welcome to my stop on the FREEKS blog tour! I’m very lucky to share with you a few questions and answers from Amanda Hocking as well as my review for her newest novel, Freeks. If you haven’t heard about Freeks, let me give you a brief rundown. It’s about Mara Bresnick, an eighteen year old who lives …

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(Review): Lisette’s Paris Notebook by Catherine Bateson

A gap year in Paris sounds like a dream come true. Seeing the sights, experiencing the culture and seeing the City of Lights in person is something Lisette and her mother have talked about for years. But who is Lisette really doing it for? Arriving in Paris with her suitcase of homemade couture and a copy …

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(Book Review): Outlander by Diana Gabaldon

Combining highland warriors with romance and time travel, Outlander is a historical novel not quite like any other. Recently adapted for TV by Starz, Outlander has gained even more fans as more and more people want to read about Claire and Jamie’s unique love story. It’s no secret I have a soft spot for kilt …

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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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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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