Reviews

Last Will and Testament by Dahlia Adler | steamy NA!

Synopsis Lizzie Brandt was valedictorian of her high school class, but at Radleigh University, all she's acing are partying and hooking up with the wrong guys. But all that changes when her parents are killed in a tragic accident, making her guardian to her two younger brothers. To keep them

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Bookish Confessions: I can't get rid of books. THEY ARE FAMILY.

I should get rid of my books?! What kind of suggestion is that?! You monster! My mum had a friend visiting last week and we were all having coffee and chatting, and somehow (okay, because I was present) talk turned to books. My sister who was also there and my

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The Sway |Supernatural YA + a CIA agent

Synopsis Her mission is to get close to him for inside information. His mission is to kidnap her for a supernatural militant group. Recruited in her teens for a life of espionage, Julia Caldwell, now 19, is the youngest CIA agent on record. Her mission is simple: get close to

Sunday Post

the Sunday Post: in which the baby is heeeere

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme for sharing our news, and plans for the next week, hosted by the wonderful [email protected] Book Reviewer Hello my lovelies! My little sister is currently visiting, and her baby - my little nephew whom we call Simba - is now two weeks

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Conversations: Real life vs online friendships

Conversations is an awesome meme you should be taking part in! There's a new topic every two weeks, and as always you can check out the Conversation meme over at Corralling Books! *Today's question is:* Are real life friendships different from the ones you have online? > ### ✱ **Simple answer: yes.** > > **I

Rambling

The Blog Squad Tag! |Let's talk about the apocalypse.

What apocalypse, you ask? Well, my little narwhal friend... (Disclaimer: I'm making this a lot more ridiculous than Ely intended this tag to be, I think. But that's just me and my personality! Sorry.)...The zombie apocalypse, of course. At least that's what I'm choosing to believe. Also all the

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All the Bright Places | a few problems I had...

This post is a bit of a weird one. I had a panic attack today. I haven't had one in years.*It scared me.*So because I'm thinking about this today and there's no way to avoid it, I thought I'd finally put together some thoughts on All the Bright

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Bookish Confessions: I'm too old for YA?! | aka That Guardian Article

Hello my lovely little narwhal friends! I'm bringing you a lengthy Bookish Confessions post today. I had to wait over the weekend to do this because I was a bit annoyed and couldn't really talk about this topic objectively! Too old for YA? Okay so I'm not. I'm not too

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Magic Bitter, Magic Sweet | Something's missing...

> ### Synopsis > > **Maire is a baker with an extraordinary gift: she can infuse her treats with emotions and abilities, which are then passed on to those who eat them. She doesn’t know why she can do this and remembers nothing of who she is or where she came from.** > **When

Sunday Post

the Sunday Post: in which children are lovely (/exhausting)

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme for sharing our news, and plans for the next week, hosted by the wonderful [email protected] Book Reviewer Hello my lovelies! *I've had an interesting week, kind of. My health is... whatever it is, so that sucks, but my godson and his sister