Book Review | Meet Cute

This year, I have been eating my words and discovering that I actually do enjoy romance novels. I know, shocking. I love rom coms, so I don’t know why I thought I wouldn’t. But I am more than making up for it by reading all the romance novels I can get my hands on. Okay, […]

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Book Review | Red, White & Royal Blue

There are very few things I don’t read. But there are a few genres I read very, very rarely. One of those is romance (it’s just not something I gravitate towards). I can count on one hand the number of books I’ve read that are just romance books (not other genres with a romantic subplot), […]

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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 | Emma

It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of Jane Austen. Going into 2017, I had two of her novels left to read: Sense & Sensibility and Emma. I knew I wanted to read at least one of them this year, and it didn’t take me very long to decide on Emma. Why? Because I knew I’d like it […]

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Weekly Wrap Up – December 17

Forgive me if this is a short wrap up. I’m writing it at 11:30 Friday night (30 minutes before this post is scheduled to go live), and just finished a nine-hour Christmas cookie baking session (after waking up at 5 am to drive to work in the rain). This week, I read two books. Both […]

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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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