Category: Book Review

  • Dress Codes for Small Towns Spoiler Free Review

    Dress Codes for Small Towns Spoiler Free Review

    Dress Codes for Small Towns by Courtney Stevens released today and I was lucky enough to receive an Advance Reader Copy (ARC) from Jamie on Twitter, so shout out to Jamie for being the best! I am so excited to write this review for you all because this book was incredible. There are so many […]

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  • Queens of Geek is my Queen

    Queens of Geek is my Queen

    Look, idk why this title is the title I picked, but Wix tells me to pick an engaging title so HERE WE ARE. But for real, Queens of Geek by Jen Wilde is an amazing book and I adore it so much. Here’s a picture of Queens of Geek with lyrics from my real life […]

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  • Knitting, Beards, and Tennessee: What I Almost Missed by Not Reading Penny Reid

    Knitting, Beards, and Tennessee: What I Almost Missed by Not Reading Penny Reid

    I think the first time I came across Penny Reid’s name was in this Smart Bitches Trashy Books post in which Truth or Beard was on sale. I read the synopsis and looked at the cover and thought, “Cute cover. That could be good, but I don’t like facial hair.” SO I SKIPPED THE BOOK. […]

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  • Book Talk: The Underground Railroad

    Book Talk: The Underground Railroad

    I really don’t even have words for this book. When I started the Pop Sugar Challenge at the beginning of the year and set out my TBR of what I was planning to read for each challenge, I was stumped on what to put down for the “read a book about a difficult topic” one […]

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  • Book Talk: Hold Me by Courtney Milan

    Book Talk: Hold Me by Courtney Milan

    The Ripped Bodice is the only all-romance bookstore in the United States and also a dream vacation location for me. They also happen to be having a Book Club discussing Hold Me by Courtney Milan, which happens to be one of my all-time favorite romance novels so I thought I would “participate” from afar by […]

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  • A Book in which Samantha Brinkman Throws Morality and Professional Responsibility Out the Window

    A Book in which Samantha Brinkman Throws Morality and Professional Responsibility Out the Window

    Let me begin by apologizing for the late post and follow up that apology with another apology because I’m about to tell you about a book that the more I think about it the more annoyed I get. You may have noticed that I’ve been studying to take the Bar Exam, which is both why […]

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  • Seraphina, Duchess of My Heart

    Seraphina, Duchess of My Heart

    In Sarah MacLean’s The Day of the Duchess, Sera steals my heart and the show, aside from when I’m so distracted by Sophie and King having a baby that I forget to breathe. Also, look at the cover: Isn’t it amazing? I’m madly in love with that dress, honestly. If you asked me for my […]

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