(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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(A Southern Family Saga… and a whole lot of Whiskey): The Bourbon Kings by JR Ward

As a JR Ward fan I was looking forward to her newest series. I’ve read her Black Dagger Brotherhood (which I’m slightly obsessed with) and Fallen Angels series as well as some of the contemporary Harlequin novels she published under the name Jessica Bird. I was hoping her newest Bourbon Kings series was going to …

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(Think American Pie – but with girls): Cherry by Lindsey Rosin

Cherry is essentially American Pie for teenage girls. From the fruitful title to the virginity pact – these two have a lot in common. But where American Pie focused more on the humour and sex side of things, Cherry is more about the friendship and feelings behind the act. Cherry is a fairly lighthearted and …

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My Lady Jane (the not entire true story) by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton and Jodi Meadows

You may have heard of Lady Jane Gray, Britain’s Nine Day Queen. But you have never heard her story quite like this before. My Lady Jane (the not entirely true story) is a take on how the authors think Jane’s story should have gone. A few facts combined with A LOT of artistic license makes this humorous and …

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(The Bachelor in Novel form): Love Elimination by Sarah Gates

When one of the contestants drops out just before shooting begins for Love Elimination, the next hottest dating show, Anna finds herself in an interesting situation. Her producer sister needs the perfect girl next door for the show and is willing to offer Anna the one thing she needs – money to start up her …

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(Review): Stealing Snow by Danielle Paige

I’ve been on a bit of a fairytale retelling kick at the moment and I’m loving how authors are using the classic stories as a base to write their own wonderfully twisted, interesting and exciting tales. I had high hopes for Stealing Snow. Loosely based on Hans Christian Anderson’s The Snow Queen (you may be …

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(Lone Wolf No More): Wolf’s Mate by Chantal Fernando

I have been loving Chantal Fernando’s Wind Dragon series so far. When I was at a bookstore last month I had a bit of a difficult decision to make. Should I buy the next one I am up to in the series (Rake’s Redemption, Wind Dragons #4) or do I skip ahead and read about one …

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(Review): Firewalker by Josephine Angelini

Firewalker is an interesting follow up to the first book in the Worldwalker trilogy, Trial By Fire. Picking up where Trial By Fire left off, Lily is back in her own world again but she’s not alone. As Lily recovers from the events of the first book, she has to come to terms with who she is …

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(Review): Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake

Three Sisters. One Throne. A Fight to the Death. That’s the tagline for Three Dark Crowns and it fits this novel perfectly. Think The Hunger Games for magical royal triplets. Three sisters were separated as children and sent to families chosen to best help them with their gifts. Katharine was raised to be the most …

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Review: Until Friday Night by Abbi Glines

Until Friday Night is the first book in Abbi Glines’ The Field Party series featuring footballers, cheerleaders and the game which brings the whole town together. With this new series being aimed at a slightly younger audience than her bestselling new adult series, Sea Breeze and Rosemary Beach, I was curious to see what Abbi would …

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