How to Handle a Heartbreaker by Marie Heart

How to Handle a Heartbreaker by Marie Heart

Oh, was How to Handle a Heartbreaker ever fun! I really liked the first book – The Troublemaker Next Door – but I loved this one more. It’s been eight months since Abby, Maddie, and Vanessa moved in next door to one of the McCauley brothers, and Maddie and Flynn… Read more »

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If I Stay by Gayle Forman

If I Stay by Gayle Forman

I’ve just finished this book, so please ignore my red swollen eyes. It felt like they were on a continuous drip while reading If I Stay, so it’s a good thing it was a quick read. I heard of If I Stay years ago when everyone was going on and… Read more »

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Sunday Post #90 (8/3/14)

Sunday Post #90 (8/3/14)

The Sunday Post is hosted by Kimba Caffeinated Book Reviewer. Holy cow, it’s August! This upsets me for a few of reasons: 1. My son’s birthday was on the 1st, which means I now have a 17-year-old. 2. School starts in a couple weeks, which means I officially have a… Read more »

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The Opportunist by Tarryn Fisher

The Opportunist by Tarryn Fisher

Thoughts immediately after reading: Goddammit, Tarryn Fisher! Wtf did you do to me? My chest hurts so effing bad. I can’t remember the last time I cried that hard. I’m still trying to catch my breath. An hour later: The Opportunist has been around since 2011. So why the hell… Read more »

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Just Like Fate by Cat Patrick & Suzanne Young

Just Like Fate by Cat Patrick & Suzanne Young

I declare Just Like Fate as one of my best impulse buys this year! I can’t even tell you how much I love the whole sliding doors concept. Books set up with two different alternating timelines are some of my favorites to read. This isn’t a parallel universe type thing,… Read more »

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Breathe, Annie, Breathe by Miranda Kenneally

Breathe, Annie, Breathe by Miranda Kenneally

Did I ever think that Miranda Kenneally would let me down with Breathe, Annie, Breathe? Absolutely not! I’ve loved every book of the Hundred Oaks Series so far. Kenneally has a wonderful knack for easily bringing the reader in and making them experience all the feels. It’s funny, because this… Read more »

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Sunday Post #89 (7/27/14)

Sunday Post #89 (7/27/14)

The Sunday Post is hosted by Kimba Caffeinated Book Reviewer. I went up to San Jose this week, so I wasn’t around much. I did get some reading in, though. My goal was to read 95 books this year, but I already passed that. Believe me, I’m completely shocked by… Read more »

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On the Rocks by Sawyer Bennett

On the Rocks by Sawyer Bennett

I’ve wanted to read something by Sawyer Bennett for years. I’ve always heard good things about her work, so I decided to finally take the leap with On the Rocks. It’s safe to say that I’m now a fan. I really liked Gaby and Hunter! Gaby is a strong, independent… Read more »

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Beautiful Oblivion by Jamie McGuire

Beautiful Oblivion by Jamie McGuire

Confession: I haven’t read any of the Beautiful Disaster books. Even though I haven’t, it felt like I knew Travis and Abby’s story just from listening to everyone else. So I didn’t really mind starting this companion series of The Maddox Brothers without reading Beautiful Disaster first. I had some… Read more »

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Red (Transplanted Tales) by Kate SeRine

Red (Transplanted Tales) by Kate SeRine

Ali @ My Guilty Obsession is always adding books to my TBR, as I do hers. Unfortunately they tend to stay there and get pushed aside. So we decided to pick a book for each other to read, and we had to read it sometime during the month. This time,… Read more »

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