Review | Take a Hint, Dani Brown

As many of you know, Talia Hibbert quickly became one of my favorite romance authors last year. So, I was extremely excited to get the ARC of Take a Hint, Dani Brown. Unfortunately, due to a death in the family, this book went to the back burner. I finally found the energy to read, but my focus was all over the place. Instead of reading the ARC, I bought the audiobook from Libro.fm and dived in.

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Review | The Bear by Andrew Krivak

It’s been a few days since I finished this book, and I still don’t know quite how I feel about it. I picked this up as part of Libro.FM’s influencer program, and I was immediately drawn to the cover. Seriously, look at how pretty the cover is. I also enjoy post-apocalyptic reads. I figured I would give this book a chance.

I think it’s important to state that this book was not character-driven. You never even know the character’s name. You only know them as The Girl, The Man, and The Bear. I am such a character-driven reader that this honestly threw me off.

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Review | Fix Her Up

What I loved the most about this book was the chemistry between the two main characters. I have to say that Tessa sure knows how to write dirty talk. I almost had to start fanning myself at one point.

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Review | Novice Dragoneer by E.E. Knight

This would be an excellent novel for people who enjoy a good biography. This book felt like I was reading a biography that happened to have dragons in it.

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Friday Favorites – Childhood Books

I’ve wanted to be more active on my blog, so I decided to participate in more weekly tags! Friday Favorites is hosted by the wonderful blog Something of the Book. Basically, a prompt is given, and you get to gush about your favorites.  This week’s prompt is Favorite Books from Childhood. As a child, I really […]

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The Nobody People by Bob Proehl

The Nobody People was actioned packed, and each page was there for a reason. I am genuinely impressed with Bob Proehl’s ability to create a world that is at times too realistic.

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Make Me Bad by R.S. Grey

The story was adorable. I loved how the characters met, and the chemistry between them was spectacular. Madison is a woman that tells it how it is, and I could easily relate to her. I loved that she is a librarian, and I loved how witty she was. The banter between her and Ben was hilarious. I enjoyed seeing them interact with each other.

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