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Single Sundays: Fake-ish by Winter Renshaw

Single Sundays: Fake-ish by Winter Renshaw

Single Sundays: While this blog may be focused on reviewing book series as a whole, we can’t forget about the good ole’ standalone novel! On Sundays, I will review a novel that is considered to be a standalone novel. Here is this week’s offering: Synopsis for Fake-ish (from Goodreads): Always a bridesmaid, never a bride—and …

Single Sundays: Undertow by Alessandra Torre

Single Sundays: Undertow by Alessandra Torre

Single Sundays: While this blog may be focused on reviewing book series as a whole, we can’t forget about the good ole’ standalone novel! On Sundays, I will review a novel that is considered to be a standalone novel. Here is this week’s offering: Synopsis for Undertow (from Goodreads): A love triangle that will leave …

Single Sundays: A Righteous Man by Jay Crownover

Single Sundays: A Righteous Man by Jay Crownover

Single Sundays: While this blog may be focused on reviewing book series as a whole, we can’t forget about the good ole’ standalone novel! On Sundays, I will review a novel that is considered to be a standalone novel. Here is this week’s offering: Synopsis for A Righteous Man (from Goodreads): Salinger Dolan. You know …

Single Sundays: Bookworm by Cookie O’Gorman

Single Sundays: Bookworm by Cookie O’Gorman

Single Sundays: While this blog may be focused on reviewing book series as a whole, we can’t forget about the good ole’ standalone novel! On Sundays, I will review a novel that is considered to be a standalone novel. Here is this week’s offering: Synopsis for Bookworm (from Goodreads): Bookworm (buk-werm): Someone who loves books, …

Single Sundays: The Moonlight Blade by Tessa Barbosa

Single Sundays: The Moonlight Blade by Tessa Barbosa

Single Sundays: While this blog may be focused on reviewing book series as a whole, we can’t forget about the good ole’ standalone novel! On Sundays, I will review a novel that is considered to be a standalone novel. Here is this week’s offering: Synopsis for The Moonlight Blade (from Goodreads): I promised my mother …

Movie Monday: The Hating Game

Movie Monday: The Hating Game

Movie Mondays: On the occasional Monday, I will review a book series or novel that has been made into a movie. I will then answer the question that everyone asks: which is better, the movie or the book? Here is this edition’s offering: Book Cover | Movie Poster   Book: The Hating Game by Sally …

Single Sundays: We Were Kings by Courtney C Stevens

Single Sundays: We Were Kings by Courtney C Stevens

Single Sundays: While this blog may be focused on reviewing book series as a whole, we can’t forget about the good ole’ standalone novel! On Sundays, I will review a novel that is considered to be a standalone novel. Here is this week’s offering: Synopsis for We Were Kings (from Goodreads): Twenty years ago, eighteen-year-old …

DNF Review: Fake Fiance by Ilsa Madden-Mills

DNF Review: Fake Fiance by Ilsa Madden-Mills

DNF December Review Blitz — Day #5: I’m sharing my thoughts on some book series that I have marked as incomplete as I have never finished the first novel in the series. Find out why these weren’t for me: Synopsis for Fake Fiance (from Goodreads): Fake engaged to the hottest quarterback in the country? SCORE. …

DNF Review: Midnight Blue by L J Shen

DNF Review: Midnight Blue by L J Shen

DNF December Review Blitz — Day #1: I’m sharing my thoughts on some book series that I have marked as incomplete as I have never finished the first novel in the series. Find out why these weren’t for me: Synopsis for Midnight Blue (from Goodreads): It should have been easy. I needed the money. He …