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Review: Love is Blind by Lynsay Sands

The bottom line is that this book is not a masterpiece. It has its issues. And yet even with such issues, Love is Blind does have a charm to it that makes for a heartwarming, yet steamy romance.

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Review: Chubby & Charming by Mary E. Thompson

A charming man could be the icing on one chubby woman's cupcake. Mandy likes her life. She's happy. She has great friends, a good job, a happy life. She has it all, even if it comes with a few extra pounds. But Mandy doesn't mind. She knows who she is and she likes cupcakes too… Continue reading Review: Chubby & Charming by Mary E. Thompson

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DNFs of 12/31/19

I am a bit of an anomaly in the reading community because I have zero problem DNFing a book. There are multiple reasons I do so, but mainly the bottom line is that I wasn't enjoying them and I have zero time to waste on something I don't enjoy. Because my curiosity usually kills me,… Continue reading DNFs of 12/31/19

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Review: Once Upon a Real Good Time by Lauren Blakely

That smoking hot one-night stand with a former rock star? Turns out he's my son's new music teacher. Oops. But I didn't know that the night I met Campbell. All I knew was he played my body the same way he played a guitar — like he owned it. My libido is still high-fiving me… Continue reading Review: Once Upon a Real Good Time by Lauren Blakely

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Review: Ice Cream Castle by Clarke Collins

When uptight Eli crosses paths with world-weary Naomi, culture clash ensues. After a strained encounter, the pair later discovers that what they share in common outweighs their differences. ICE CREAM CASTLES is a May-December romance that explores grief, understanding, and acceptance, with a passionate twist. It will leave you wanting more. An engaging short read… Continue reading Review: Ice Cream Castle by Clarke Collins