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Roomies by Christina Lauren

This is my first Christina Lauren published novel (have read their earlier, pre-published fanfic version of the Beautiful Bastard series and enjoyed it).

Anyway… Roomies is delightful.

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US immigration is a bitch, y’all. I know it first hand. Being a stickler for the law and Murphy’s best friend, I didn’t risk staying in the land of dreams illegally 😉 Continue reading “Roomies by Christina Lauren”

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Love Me By Christmas by Jaci Burton

Oh, how I love me some holiday stories. Especially when they involve a bit of angst with a lot of swoon.

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Ellie loved her husband so much, his tragic death nearly crushed her, the only balm to her soul, her unborn child. That’s when Nick, her brother in law, stepped up and took care of her and her son. They have both been living with him and grew to be a tight knit family of sorts. Continue reading “Love Me By Christmas by Jaci Burton”

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In Her Court by Tamsen Parker

I adore everything Tamsen Parker writes, and was very excited for her F/F novel, even if it’s rather short, to be made available for review.

And I was not disappointed. Van and Willa are wonderful.

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Evangeline (Van) and Nate are best friends and have been forever, and were excited to work together at a summer camp. Especially as for Van, it would be a much needed break from her boring academic career. But Nate broke his leg and now Willa, his little sister takes over his job as tennis coach in Camp Firefly Falls. Continue reading “In Her Court by Tamsen Parker”

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The Beautiful Now by Michelle Leighton

The only thing I could write as I finished reading The Beautiful Now was this:

@mleightonbooks Really Michelle, was that necessary? If I could take a selfie and post it with my review… #nonstoptearsandrednose

Yup. That’s what my Goodreads status read and I stand behind this 100%.

Now that approximately 18 hours have passed, I can write my thoughts. Kinda.

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This book. I haven’t cried over a book in a while. There really aren’t many authors who can write angst well. Michelle Leighton is one of those who can. And do. Wowza!! Continue reading “The Beautiful Now by Michelle Leighton”