Book Review | The Bookish Life of Nina Hill

This summer, I have discovered my love for romance novels. They’re such quick, fun reads and I’ve been devouring as many as I can. When I came across The Bookish Life of Nina Hill, I knew I needed to read it. I can’t resist books about books. (All reviews are spoiler-free unless otherwise noted.) Synopsis […]

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Book Review | 99 Percent Mine

You probably already know that romance isn’t a genre I read very much of. Since starting this blog, I can count on one hand the number of romance novels I actually enjoyed. And, at the top of that list is Sally Thorne’s The Hating Game. Obviously, I was excited for her new book, 99 Percent Mine. And, well, it […]

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Book Review | Kismet

I’m not sure why, but lately I’ve been getting the urge to read books that are not what I typically reach for. Case in point: Kismet, a novel that decidedly fits into the romance category. I like romance in books, but I normally enjoy it more in the context of other generes (i.e. fantasy or historical […]

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Book Review | The Wedding Date

Sometimes, all I want is a nice, easy read with a little fluff and a nice helping of romance. A romantic comedy in book form. Because who doesn’t like the occasional romantic comedy? But I wouldn’t say I’m a romance reader. Sure, I love books with romantic elements – one of my favorite romances takes […]

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Book Review | The Hating Game

How many times have I said I don’t read romance novels? A lot? Well, today’s the day I eat those words. That’s right, Sally Thorne’s The Hating Game changed my mind about an entire genre. Okay, not an entire genre, I’m not about to go buy any of those books at the supermarket with half-naked farmhands on […]

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