Tag: Christina Lauren

  • ARC Reviews: The Soulmate Equation, The Hellion’s Waltz, and It Happened One Summer

    I’ve been trying to be thematic in some way with my reviews lately, but at this point, that just means I still haven’t reviewed The Soulmate Equation by Christina Lauren, which came out last month and the review has been written for about as long. So today, I am presenting you with a review of […]

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  • March Wrap Up, Part One

    I’ve been doing an awesome job reading in March, despite basically having a book hangover from House of Earth and Blood. I’m also in the middle of like sixteen books because I just am having trouble committing my attention span to much of anything. But at the same time, reading is my biggest comfort in […]

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  • Late March ARC Round Up: The Honey-Don't List, If I Never Met You, and Dear Enemy

    March is a big month for new releases and I’ve got reviews of three today, two of which you can snap up right now and one of which is out next week. I honestly loved all of these so… Go for broke and support your local Indie? Or The Ripped Bodice or Love’s Sweet Arrow […]

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  • ARC Reviews: Twice in a Blue Moon and Lush Money

    I don’t know what’s been going on with my Netgalley blessings, but let’s not question it and instead thank Netgalley, Gallery Books, and Carina Press for the opportunity to read Twice in a Blue Moon and Lush Money in advance of their release. I was hoping to have these ARC reviews posted last Tuesday, just […]

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  • June Wrap Up, Part Two

    June Wrap Up, Part Two

    This year is half over and I know I feel this sense of shock every year, but wow. So much has happened since the beginning of this year that it’s wild to me that it’s only been six months AND it’s wild to me that it’s already been six months. At this point I’ve posted […]

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  • Roomies: A Spoiler Free Review

    Roomies: A Spoiler Free Review

    Christina Lauren is a writing duo I want to read so much more of, especially after reading Roomies. If you recall, I read this in September after a book I didn’t love and it was the perfect palate cleanser because it was a joy to read. Does it sound like I’m extolling its virtues a […]

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