Cry Wolf
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Review: Cry Wolf – Charlie Adhara

Content warnings: “Dreams change. People change. Please just don’t stop giving me the chance to change with you.” I absolutely adore this series! Five books in, Oliver and Park feel like old friends, and I know to expect a good twisty mystery, lots of snarky humor, and a steamy and sweet relationship between them. This series can’t be read out…

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The Salvage Crew
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Review: The Salvage Crew – Yudhanjaya Wijeratne

Content warnings: I have a thing for snarky AIs, and once I saw this was narrated by Nathan Fillion, of course I requested this audiobook. “I’m surrounded by idiots.” Amber Rose – called OC by his crew – is a snarky AI who used to be human. He’s a Buddhist who writes poems in his spare time (absolutely awful poems,…

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In the Penalty Box
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Review: In the Penalty Box – Lynn Rush & Kelly Anne Blount

Content warnings: After being injured, Willow’s back home from her Olympic training program to finish her rehab as quickly as possible, even if that means sometimes sharing ice with the local high school hockey puckheads. When a goalie injury – and a stray puck – bring her to the hockey team captain’s attention, Willow suddenly finds herself spending time with…

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The Frozen Crown
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Review: The Frozen Crown – Greta Kelly

Content warnings: I wasn’t sure exactly what to expect from this fantasy debut, but I enjoyed it immensely. While this book doesn’t really do anything new with the various standard fantasy bits and pieces, it’s an engrossing and fast-paced read. As a warning, this is the first book in a duology, and it does have a heck of a cliffhanger.…

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Worship
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Review: Worship – Jack Harbon

Content warnings: I think it’s obvious by now that I have a serious thing for second-chance romances, so of course I jumped on this novella about a high school reunion and the chance for the nerd to finally get the popular girl he crushed over in high school. “Spencer Gaines naked in my bed sounds like the very conceit of…

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The Princess Trap Promo
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Cover Reveal: The Princess Trap by Talia Hibbert

THE PRINCESS TRAP BY TALIA HIBBERT From bestselling author Talia Hibbert comes a story of wicked royals, fake engagements, and the fed-up office worker trapped in the midst of it all… Cherry Neita is thirty, flirty, and done with men. As far as she can tell, they’re overrated, overpaid, and underperforming – in every area of life. But a girl has needs,…

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Monthly Wrap-Up December 2020
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Monthly Wrap-Up: December 2020

I don’t have words to express how happy I am that 2020 is over. It’s been a pretty good year, reading-wise, but having everyone home all the time has definitely cut into my blogging time. There were a lot of improvements I’d hoped to make – changing themes, adding in some more recommendation pages – that ended up falling to…

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Most Anticipated January 2021
Most Anticipated

Most Anticipated: January 2021

I’m trying something new out this year! Or, in other words, everyone else is doing it, why not me, too? I already keep a list of all the books I’m looking forward to (including whether or not I’ve already preordered them and where), so I figured why not actually put that list on the blog? Here we go! Here’s a list…

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Truth, Lies, and Second Dates
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Review: Truth, Lies, and Second Dates – MaryJanice Davidson

Content warnings: I’ve enjoyed the author’s paranormal stories before (most recently Bears Behaving Badly) so I thought I’d try out one of her contemporaries. The author specifically states that this book is a mashup of both romance and horror tropes, some subverted and some hilariously not. It’s a bit of weird mix that worked wonderfully for me in some ways…

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Teddy Spenser Isn't Looking for Love
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Review: Teddy Spenser Isn’t Looking for Love – Kim Fielding

Content warnings: This is a zany and heartwarming sort of rom-com that requires a lot of suspension of disbelief, but there are some things that didn’t sit well with me. Due to that, pretty much this whole review is spoilers for the book. “Romance was overrated—fine for Hallmark movies, yes, but this was real life, where True Love was about…

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